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The UK’s anti-piracy measures have recently taken a bizarre and incredibly toothless turn. VCAP…
Good news everyone! The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released a brand new, slightly refined version of the Raspberry Pi, the B+.
If you read my previous post regarding the passing of emergency phone & internet data laws in response to the European Court declaring them illegal, you may be wondering what is really going on.
Concerned that it was losing its grip over the private lives of the Proles, Ingsoc is pushing through emergency legislation to bolster its snooping efforts.
Welsh speakers! Your services are required in the pursuit of better speech recognition through the medium of Welsh.
Good news everyone! There’s a pretty good chance that Microsoft’s Android patent protection racket may soon come tumbling down.
It’s always exciting when a new member of the family comes along and, today we are pleased to welcome our newest member of the Techbeast family –techbeastgames.net.
It has been a busy week in the world of surveillance, Big Brother and civil liberties violations.
The Open Rights group has created a new tool at blocked.org.uk to track websites incorrectly blocked by Ceiling Cameron’s censorship filters.
Creepy, data harvesting website Facebook is in hot water over its latest mind-control experiment.
Here’s some direct-from-the-PS4 footage of The Phantom Pain that is free of Youtube’s over-zealous compression.
Bad news, everyone! Those of you hoping to see Aperture 4 hit the Mac app store, prepare to be disappointed.