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Shinji Mikami: the godfather of horror games

With his new title, Evil Within, heading for release, we talk to the creator of the Resident Evil series about terror, technique and the problem with female characters Continue reading...

Apple may have to repay millions from Irish government tax deal

European commission opens formal investigation into sweetheart tax deal from 1991 that ran for 16 years Continue reading...

Grooveshark employees are guilty of copyright infringement, judge rules

Safe harbour provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act do not insulate staff, who uploaded 5,977 songs without permission Continue reading...

Wales follows Scotland with its own .wales and .cymru internet domains

National Assembly, Wales Online and Welsh Rugby Union among those committed to the switch to regional domain Continue reading...

UK orders 'sharing economy' review - but workers need not apply

Companies such as Airbnb, Uber and Taskrabbit typify sharing economy that government says could be important - but review only asks for views from consumers and business Continue reading...

Head of civil service: technology now central to government services

Jeremy Heywood says the Government Digital Service and its projects around identity verification and open data are here for the long term Continue reading...

Apple iPhone 6 bending fears 'seem overblown'

Non-profit testers conclude fears of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus design flaw are unfounded, taking considerable force to bend the device Continue reading...

Forza Horizon 2 review speed, beauty and tourism

Microsofts open-world racer migrates to south-east France and north-west Italy, bringing Mediterranean class to a familiar road trip Continue reading...

Forza Horizon 2, Shadow of Mordor, Super Smash Bros: review round-ups

The winter video-game release frenzy has truly begun, and three of the biggest titles of the season are already pulling in plaudits Continue reading...

Bend it like Apple: nine safe ways to carry an iPhone 6 Plus

Bigger smartphones demand bigger pockets. Weve got some practical suggestions on how to transport your phablet Continue reading...

What is the Shellshock bug? Is it worse than Heartbleed?

Security experts have warned that a serious flaw could be about to affect many of the worlds web users. Heres what you should do Continue reading...

iPhone 6 bends less than 6 Plus but Moto X is most resilient, test shows

Users need not worry about the iPhone 6 bending in their pockets quite like the larger iPhone 6 Plus, but other competitors products are hardier*iOS: Apple apologises for breaking new iPhones with update Continue reading...

Bash software bug could be bigger threat than Heartbleed, experts warn

Newly discovered bug is rated high for severity and low for complexity, meaning it may be easy for hackers to exploit Continue reading...

iOS update: Apple apologises for breaking new iPhones

An update to iOS 8 released on Wednesday left iPhone owners unable to make phone calls Continue reading...

YouTube launches primetime ads for Vice News, Zoella and Slow Mo Guys

British YouTubers getting TV, print and billboard ads, including 30-second spots around X Factor show Continue reading...

How to pocket the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus without bending them  in pictures

Some jeans are just too tight for Apples new larger iPhones, but even if you can squeeze it in a pocket, dont try sitting down or it might get bentiPhone 6 and 6 Plus can bend in pockets, users complain Continue reading...

Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus can bend in pockets, users complain

Despite insurance company finding new iPhones are most durable yet, users discover that pockets can warp them - and hands too if you try hard enough *How to pocket the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus without bending them in pictures Continue reading...

PayPal to split from eBay to become separate company in 2015

Surprise decision that allows PayPal to compete separately from eBay comes shortly after launch of Apple Pay eBay to spin off PayPal: Tuesdays business live blog Continue reading...

Angry Birds has lost 63m players since 2012 (but it still has 200m left)

Latest figures from Rovio reveal its flagship franchise has lost nearly a quarter of its players over the last 22 months Continue reading...

If the Large Hadron Collider made music, what would it sound like?

Seven physicists found out, by turning data from CERNs experiments in to songs, then playing them in situ Continue reading...

Event programme for The Every Second Counts Forum

The Guardian, Observer and the Rolex Awards for Enterprise will host a half-day of insight and inspiration for aspiring future leaders at Kings Place, London *To apply to attend, follow this link Continue reading...

Speaker profiles for The Every Second Counts Forum

Discover more about the visionary leaders and Rolex Young Laureates who will be taking to the stage at the Every Second Counts Forum* To view the event programme, follow this link * To apply to attend, follow this link Continue reading...

Join Sir Tim Berners-Lee for a day of inspiration with The Guardian, Observer and Rolex

Inventor of the World Wide Web joins space scientist Dr Maggie Aderin Pocock and the Rolex Awards for Enterprises young laureates on stage at Novembers Every Second Counts Forum - and you can be there Continue reading...

What do you do if your pictures are used without your consent on social networks?

The Sunday Mirror has apologised after pictures of women were used without their consent on a Twitter profile which communicated with Conservative MP Brooks Newmark. Heres what you can do if you find out someone has been using your pictures online without your consent Continue reading...

Boot up: insecure privacy, 2000 seen from 1900, mobile web growth

Plus YouTube loses another exec, Adobe gets onto Chromebooks, Apple's Irish tax non-issue Continue reading...

Chatterbox: Tuesday

The place to talk about games and other things that matter Continue reading...

Telstra public phone booths to get new life as two million public Wi-Fi hotspots

People will be able to connect to the Wi-Fi hotspots within a 100-metre radius of the phone booths Continue reading...

Spoof mash-up videos to be at the mercy of judges' sense of humour

Changes to law will allow spoof montages to use copyrighted material but only if they are deemed to be funny by the courts Continue reading...

Ten things to know about BlackBerry - and how much trouble it is (or isn't) in

Quarterly results from the embattled smartphone maker point to ongoing problems - with revenues, subscribers and per-subscriber payments all falling. Can John Chen find a successful formula? Continue reading...

Bitcoin goes mainstream: Circle's payments make cryptocurrencies easy

Better funded, more secure and taking on Paypal head-on, the forthcoming wave of bitcoin firms are trying hard to make the currency mainstream Continue reading...


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