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St Paul's Cathedral given electronic rainbow makeover by Samsung: Hit Twitter to win a free Galaxy Tab S tablet

7 hours ago  by Aatif Sulleyman
St Paul's Cathedral given electronic rainbow makeover by Samsung: Hit Twitter to win a free Galaxy Tab S tablet
To celebrate the launch of the Galaxy Tab S (and the fast-approaching end of summer, probably), Samsung has installed an electronic rainbow on London's Southbank.

The Last of Us: Remastered fires up PS4 sales with roaring week one trade

7 hours ago  by Alysia Judge
The Last of Us: Remastered fires up PS4 sales with roaring week one trade
The Last of Us Remastered has blazed onto the PS4, racking up an impressive tally of sales (600 thousand to be precise) as next-gen fans clamour to experience Joel and Ellie's adventure in 1080p.

Samsung Level Box Mini wireless speaker delivers high quality sound with built-in mic to accept calls

18 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Samsung Level Box Mini wireless speaker delivers high quality sound with built-in mic to accept calls
The small-sized speaker box brings the same sound level as its larger sibling except in a smaller box and the built-in microphone means calls can be taken using the peripheral.

Sony scores a touchdown: San Francisco 49ers create world's most technologically advanced sports stadium

19 Aug 2014  by Sam Pudwell
Sony scores a touchdown: San Francisco 49ers create world's most technologically advanced sports stadium
70 miles of cabling, 2,000 Sony TVs and an interactive smartphone and tablet app have all combined to turn the stadium into a technological collosus.

Remember Flappy Bird? Its Swing Copters iOS sequel will ruin your life all over again

19 Aug 2014  by Alysia Judge
Remember Flappy Bird? Its Swing Copters iOS sequel will ruin your life all over again
Flappy Bird was a worldwide sensation, and Swing Copters is its official sequel. Dong Nguyen has just announced the game will be arriving on Android and iOS this week.

Xbox One begins rollout of August update

19 Aug 2014  by Alan Buckingham
Xbox One begins rollout of August update
Microsoft's continued updates of its latest console, the Xbox One, will keep going with a new August feature roll out, that is beginning today.

Samsung extends Olympic Games partnership to Tokyo 2020

18 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Samsung extends Olympic Games partnership to Tokyo 2020
Under the extended agreement it remains the Worldwide Olympic Partner for Wireless Communications Equipment that sees it supply many different types of electronics at each Olympiad.

Social media hungry UK holidaymakers upload 58,000 pictures every day

18 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Social media hungry UK holidaymakers upload 58,000 pictures every day
A survey carried out by O2 Travel found that UK holidaymakers are prolific users of social media platforms as data plans encourage users to upload more information on mobile devices.

Hipsters rejoice as world's first ever smartphone heads to new London Science Museum exhibition: It's 20 years old

18 Aug 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Hipsters rejoice as world's first ever smartphone heads to new London Science Museum exhibition: It's 20 years old
IBM Simon, a 200 x 64 x 38mm, 510g beast, first hit the shelves back on 16 August 1994 – a full 20 years ago (when I was not yet steady on my feet).

LG set to unveil 34in Curved UltraWide Monitor at IFA 2014

18 Aug 2014  by Darren Allan
LG set to unveil 34in Curved UltraWide Monitor at IFA 2014
As well as this gently curved 3,440 x 1,440 resolution monster, the company has several other displays to reveal including a pretty smart sounding gaming monitor.

3D Blu-ray support and remote downloading arrive on Xbox One with August update

18 Aug 2014  by Barclay Ballard
3D Blu-ray support and remote downloading arrive on Xbox One with August update
Microsoft's latest enhancement to its Xbox One console also brings a host of other features, including new social options like an enhanced activity feed and expanded friends area.