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App of the week: Euclidean Lands  

App of the week: Euclidean Lands

40 levels of stabby violence and Rubik's Cube trickery.
How to: Make the most of YouTube 

How to: Make the most of YouTube

It's time to harness the hidden powers of the most distracting website in the world...
Friday Linky Links: Now with Bonus Nostalgia 

Friday Linky Links: Now with Bonus Nostalgia

Everything you love is coming back, whether you like it or not, in this weeks Pop-Culture round up.
NBN Watch: FTTN, FTTC and the future bill 

NBN Watch: FTTN, FTTC and the future bill

NBN Co addresses a range of criticisms to the network - but are they on the mark?
First Impressions: We really like Mass Effect: Andromeda 

First Impressions: We really like Mass Effect: Andromeda

Mass Effect goes intergalactic planetary, dropping some tasty exploration beats along the way.
What we know: Google Android O 

What we know: Google Android O

The latest and greatest version of Google's mobile OS can't be too far away.
How to: Get help in Windows 10 

How to: Get help in Windows 10

Find out how to get expert help and support for Windows 10 from Microsoft and others.
Which fitness app is best for you? 

Which fitness app is best for you?

Feeling energetic? Hit download and get your sweat on.
HDMI vs DVI: what's the best AV input? 

HDMI vs DVI: what's the best AV input?

We put the biggest AV technologies against each other in our display cable comparison.
App of the week: Dashy Crashy 

App of the week: Dashy Crashy

Dashing and crashing aplenty awaits in this chaotic, vibrant endless arcade fest.
Futures: Why Starship’s robots were designed to be cute 

Futures: Why Starship’s robots were designed to be cute

Autonomous robots are already delivering takeaways, thanks to startup Starship, with a little human assistance. Co-founder Ahti Heinla explains why the robots need a helping hand right now.
How to: Enable private browsing on any browser to keep your search history secret 

How to: Enable private browsing on any browser to keep your search history secret

Whether it's Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge, here’s how to enable private browsing on every major browser.
PS4 Pro Boost Mode: how effective is it? 

PS4 Pro Boost Mode: how effective is it?

We find out if the console’s newly turbocharged engine make a tangible difference.
Friday Linky Links: Superheroic edition 

Friday Linky Links: Superheroic edition

A whole mess of superheroes, a super hero from your not-so-recent past, and a super heroic weekend project in this weeks pop-culture round-up.
Futures: Autonomous, from sea  to sky - The other vehicles  going driverless 

Futures: Autonomous, from sea to sky - The other vehicles going driverless

Hands off the wheel, human: researchers and industry are automating tractors, ships and even planes.
Hands-on Preview: Star Trek: Bridge Crew 

Hands-on Preview: Star Trek: Bridge Crew

Ubisoft is boldly going where no virtual reality developer has gone before.
Interview: Frank Soqui, Intel's General Manager of Virtual Reality 

Interview: Frank Soqui, Intel's General Manager of Virtual Reality

Intel is doubling down on VR. We talk about games, the lack of AAA content, and how the technology can change... everything.
Hands-on Preview: Yooka-Laylee hits all the right notes 

Hands-on Preview: Yooka-Laylee hits all the right notes

Playtonic Games have created a faithful Banjo-Kazooie spiritual sequek that’s poised to impress fans and newcomers alike.
The first 11 things you should do with your Nintendo Switch 

The first 11 things you should do with your Nintendo Switch

These power-ups will get your Switch running without a hitch...
Yakuza, Nioh and the New Japan Renaissance 

Yakuza, Nioh and the New Japan Renaissance

Remember when all the good shit came from Japan?
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