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Amazon moves towards Internet of Things shopping with Dash

New re-ordering device reduces need to ever leave the house again with a one-touch button for when set products run outHave you ever been stuck on the toilet with no toilet roll? An end to that nightmare might soon be in sight. Amazon’s next big thing in the “Internet of Things” lets you order a new roll at the touch of a button, even as you sit in the smallest room.The Dash Button is a si

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge review: curves for pleasure, not function

Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone has a curved screen, powerful processor and premium craftsmanship that finally matches rivalsSamsung’s latest flagship smartphone the Galaxy S6 Edge has a curved screen, metal body and is powerful. But is it enough to beat strong competition from HTC, Sony and Apple?The S6 Edge combines the premium design and feel of Samsung’s Alpha range with the curve

Could Apple's iTunes add 75m paying subscribers to music streaming market?

Research firm’s survey of Americans finds 20% say they’d be ‘likely’ to pay $7.99 a month for an iTunes subscription – with Spotify at riskApple could quickly become the biggest streaming music subscription service in the world after it relaunches its Beats Music service later this year, according to a survey conducted by music industry analyst Midia Research.The company asked 1,000 Americ

Facebook 'tracks all visitors, breaching EU law'

Exclusive: People without Facebook accounts, logged out users, and EU users who have explicitly opted out of tracking are all being tracked, report saysFacebook tracks the web browsing of everyone who visits a page on its site even if the user does not have an account or has explicitly opted out of tracking in the EU, extensive research commissioned by the Belgian data protection agency has r

Tech journalists may have been wrong about Meerkat but they're right to get excited about new apps

The danger of a herd mentality in tech hack circles is real, including missing out on mainstream products, but a nose for interesting news goes beyond analyticsTechnology journalism – and US technology journalism in particular – is getting a roasting every bit as stinging as Justin Bieber’s recent Comedy Central special, in an opinion piece by mobile industry expert Tero Kuittinen published o

Ori and the Blind Forest review: "a challenging and beautiful journey"

Moon Studios’ much anticipated platformer looks as though it may place beauty over rewarding gameplay – until you drop your preconceptions and play itAt first sight you may think that something so beautiful couldn’t possibly have substance. Ori and the Blind Forest is so lovingly drawn, so full of light and colour, so deeply layered with scenic detail, that you suspect the developers will wan

Bloodborne creator Hidetaka Miyazaki: ‘I didn’t have a dream. I wasn’t ambitious'

He is a video games visionary, the creator of intricate gothic fantasies regarded by some as the best titles of the last 20 years. In a rare interview, Hidetaka Miyazaki explains how he rose from unwanted coder to company presidentWhen Hidetaka Miyazaki was a child, he was a keen reader, though not a talented one. Often he’d reach passages of text he couldn’t understand, and so would allow hi

Myspace Tom still wants to be your friend

Myspace – the hot social media website of 2003 – is back. But you won’t find Myspace Tom popping up as your default first friend any more – he’s too busy posting pics on InstagramThere aren’t many second acts in the digital world, but Myspace seems to be making a comeback. In the US, Myspace now has more monthly users than Vice, Snapchat and Vine. According to internet analytics company comSc

Microsoft jettisons Windows RT with revived Surface 3 tablet

New smaller, cheaper tablet joins larger Surface Pro 3 to be its lightest and thinnest Windows tabletMicrosoft is releasing a new thinner, lighter and cheaper Surface 3 tablet – this time without Windows RT.The new tablet joins the Surface Pro 3 as Microsoft’s entry-level machine, running full Windows 8.1, which means standard Windows applications, including Adobe’s Photoshop and Apple’s i

Adam Saleh and Sheikh Akbar: the Muslim YouTube stars worth queuing for

Best friends Adam Saleh, a 21-year-old American of Yemeni descent, and Sheikh Akbar, a 21-year old American of Bangladeshi descent, started their YouTube channel in 2012 to challenge misconceptions about Islam. They are now some of the biggest Muslim stars on YouTube, with over 750,000 followers on their channel. Their last London meet-and-greet was so mobbed by fans that police were called to r

Amazon tests delivery drones at secret Canada site after US frustration

Exclusive: Guardian gains access to unnamed British Columbia site where tech giant’s roboticists and engineers, stymied by American regulation, are now developing their unmanned domestic delivery service Related: Amazon warns Congress: US risks being left behind in delivery drone business Amazon is testing its drone delivery service at a secret site in Canada, following repeated warnings b

How digital is the 2015 election? – Tech Weekly podcast

What role will social media and digital strategies play in winning the main political parties crucial votes? Continue reading...

Visa applicant's details emailed to wrong person in near-identical case to G20 leak

Data breach almost identical to G20 world leaders’ personal details leak, but this time Australian immigration department notified and apologised to those affected Read the new documents released under freedom of information laws Continue reading...

Uber driver in Denver accused of burglary attempt at passenger's house

Police say Gerald Montgomery, 51, drove woman to airport and then returned to her home, where he tried to break in but was disturbed by roommate Continue reading...

Guardian Live event: video games, the military and morality

The Guardian is holding a discussion event to investigate the connections between real-life warfare and gaming – and what that means Continue reading...

Call of Duty championships 2015: the 12 top weapons and perks

Want to improve your multiplayer performance in Call of Duty? Here are the load-outs favoured by the top pro teams Continue reading...

Will the Internet of Things mean the death of queuing?

If the future does arrive as promised, technology could herald the end of waiting to pay for goods and services. But what does that mean for Britishness? Continue reading...

Google doodle marks day Eiffel tower was opened to public

It’s 126 years since work was compelted on Gustave Eiffel’s famous structure – still the tallest building in Paris Continue reading...

Undercover federal agents in Silk Road case accused of fraud

DEA agent Carl Force accused of extorting thousands’ worth of bitcoin from convicted money-launderer Ross Ulbricht, while second agent also charged Continue reading...

Apple targets Watch wearers with a taste for the exclusive

In a break from its tumultuous product launches, Apple is offering high-end customers its 18-carat gold Watch Edition with sapphire display for $17,000 Continue reading...

Amazon referral service connects consumers to help around the house

E-commerce company’s latest expansion attempt offers 700 services in major US cities that can be booked through Amazon, spanning from repairs to goat grazing Continue reading...

Jay Z aims to topple Spotify with music streaming service Tidal

Musicians including Beyoncé and Madonna show support for rapper as he overhauls service designed to make more money for artistsHe has sold 100m records, founded a business empire worth upwards of $520m (£350m) and married Beyoncé. Now, Jay Z, backed by a roll call of A-list friends, is fronting the relaunch of a music streaming website heralded as the first real challenger to Spotify.Kanye

Nostalgia and intrigue fuel booming trade in Soviet souvenirs

Communist-era kitsch is in big demand online, with the majority of buyers coming from America. But many items are cheap knockoffs made more recently in China, reports The Moscow Times Continue reading...

Jeep Cherokee ad banned for encouraging 'unsafe driving practices'

Watchdog says radio campaign suggested that driving in dangerous winter weather can be fun Continue reading...

Daily Show's Trevor Noah under fire for Twitter jokes about Jews and women

The newly tapped host has been criticised for controversial tweets from past that some feel are out of step with the tone of the satirical news program Continue reading...

Iron maiden voyage: world's largest aircraft looking for investors

The manufacturer of the Airlander 10 is looking for investors to follow in the footsteps of Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson and the US military Continue reading...

Australia's immigration department bans email autocomplete after G20 leak

Officials scramble to respond after blunder reveals passport numbers, visa details and other personal information about leaders including Barack Obama and Angela Merkel Continue reading...

MI6 chief says service is in 'technology arms race' with terrorists and criminals

Alex Younger, head of Secret Intelligence Service, defends use of internet and big data to protect the country Continue reading...

Internet activists blame China for cyber-attack that brought down GitHub

GitHub censorship project GreatFire alleges that China authorities redirected global web traffic to launch a massive denial of service attack on the website Continue reading...

Stephen Fry quits Instagram: 'Hounded off. Goodbye'

Move by comic and actor, who has 92,000 followers on the picture-sharing site, follows his break from Twitter last November Continue reading...


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