The addition of the Star Wars franchise to Disney Infinity 3.0 takes the series to a bright future in a galaxy far, far away.
New managing director for Europe points to petition website’s successes and asks what the ‘chatterati’ are doing beyond whingeing about problems
Clicktivism – using the internet to take direct action to achieve a political or social aim – could be one of the only ways we have left to change the world, a senior boss at Change.org has said.
Simon Willis, the online petition site’s new British managing director for Europe, said the cynical “dinner party chatterati” sniffed at online petitions as the campaign style of the chronically lazy or the baying mob.
Twitter’s six-second looping videos app will now help users add music to their clips: but for artists this means promotion not payments
Vine has already been a launchpad to stardom for musicians like Shawn Mendes, whose six-second loops on Twitter’s video-sharing app propelled him to a major record deal, chart-topping sales and a tour with Taylor Swift.
Where Mendes and fellow Viners Jack & Jack and Us The Duo have blazed a trail, other musicians are following. Now Vine is making music even more of a priority with new features within its app.
Vietnamese gold-plating shop Karalux is back at it with its 24K gold treatment, this time with the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. You can either buy handset in gold or you can send in either handset and have it turned to gold.
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Ubisoft and Chronicle Books have announced The Division: New Your Collapse, an “interactive” field guide containing notes from a survivor of the apocalypse, as well as tips for surviving a fallen New York City.
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A new leak has revealed most of the specifications for the Galaxy O7, the newest smartphone from Samsung reportedly launching later this year. It is one of Samsung’s budget smartphones to win over customers from Asia and Africa.
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In this punishingly vacuous thriller, Rupert Friend is a rabbit-faced assassin with dozens of expendable types on his hitlist
Based on the video game, this actually resembles a uniquely boring, feature-length Audi commercial, incidentally intent on pinching ideas from the first two Terminators. It’s a punishingly vacuous shoot-’em-up-and-grind-’em-down-with-dullness thriller featuring Rupert Friend as the notorious rabbit-faced assassin, his face set in a thin-lipped expression of supposedly chilling impassivity that makes you think he should be nibbling lettuce.
Steam creator Valve announced a pre-order incentive for its upcoming Steam Link hardware, offering free digital copies of Portal 2 and Rocket League for early adopters of the gaming-focused TV streaming device.
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Social network hit ten-figure milestone on Monday, but Mark Zuckerberg maintains it is still ‘just the beginning of connecting the whole world’
As the fictional Sean Parker might put it: ‘A million people logging in to Facebook on a single day isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? A billion people’.
The non-fictional Mark Zuckerberg has announced a new milestone for the social network: one billion daily users.
After failing to win over Indian customers, Obi Worldphone has returned to San Francisco and intends to sell low-cost Android devices to all customers around the world. With a bigger emphasis on design and performance this time, can Obi succeed?
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