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Flying car approaches liftoff as most advanced prototype yet is unveiled

Creators say AeroMobils Flying Roadster 3.0 could become regular mode of transport for commuters Continue reading...

UK joins worlds fastest mobile internet club with next generation 4G+ rollout

EE joins Vodafone with mobile data speeds five times faster than average UK broadband in London, with Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool added in 2015 Continue reading...

Jamie Bartlett on complexity of the dark net Tech Weekly podcast

The Guardian tech team discuss the dark net, Reddit's R/Nosleep, the latest Bitcoin crisis and why Elon Musk says AI is dangerous Continue reading...

Google is developing a cancer and heart attack-detecting pill

New nanoparticle pill could detect signs of disease before it becomes a problem for pre-emptive treatment, monitored by a wrist-worn device Continue reading...

Google launches Fit app to take on Apples Heath and Samsungs S Health

Google unveils its health-push with new Android app that counts activity, calories and steps, while connecting to Android Wear smartwatches and other apps Continue reading...

'State sponsored' Russian hacker group linked to cyber attacks on neighbours

Hacker group believed to have attacked governments in Georgia, the Caucasus and eastern Europe, as well as Nato. Continue reading...

No Man's Sky creator: 'We wanted to build a universe'

Developed by a team of seven people, this vast space sim could change the way we think about science-fiction games Continue reading...

GameCity festival interviews: Katie Goode  video

We talked to the game designer about her virtual reality game Smash Hit Plunder, which supports Samsungs Android-based Gear VR system Continue reading...

Tor users advised to check their computers for malware

Users of the anonymising service may have accidentally downloaded malware thanks to a malicious Russian hacker Continue reading...

Sunset Overdrive review never quite as inventive as it is loud

Filled with punk-rock humour and anarchic zeal, this open-world blaster is a monster of a blue collar revenge fantasy Continue reading...

YouTube: 'Theres going to be a point where people dont want to see the ads'

Boss of Googles video service says subscriptions are an interesting model despite first attempt flopping in 2013 Continue reading...

Apple Watch battery life: 'We think you're going to end up charging it daily'

Tim Cook on smartwatches, how Apple Pay activated 1m cards in 72 hours, and why Apple killed the iPod Classic Continue reading...

Twitter is adding tweets to your stream but 'will always be a real-time network'

But social network is trying to find more ways to surface incredibly relevant tweets in users timelines. Continue reading...

TwitPic photo archive saved by Twitter in last-minute deal

Twitter will preserve the 800m photos on the image-sharing service TwitPic for the time being Continue reading...

All aboard how Ticket To Ride helped save table-top gaming

Alan R Moon struggled for years as an unknown board game designer until an idea about steam trains changed his life and the industry Continue reading...

MI6 whistleblower's partner accuses intelligence agencies of 'moral slide'

Annie Machon, former partner of David Shayler, reflects on impact of Snowden revelations at Playful conference Continue reading...

David Hasselhoff zombie games, 3D printing and the Berlin Wall

We speak to the Knight Rider and Baywatch star about his current projects, including his iPhone game and an intriguing plan involving 3D celebrity selfies Continue reading...

Felicia Day's public details put online after she described Gamergate fears

The actor hadnt talked about gamergate due to fears of being doxxed and indeed she was, shortly after she spoke out Continue reading...

British serial entrepreneur missing as $1.4m bitcoin is apparently stolen

Moolah has gone bust amid questions of its ownership and business practices Continue reading...

Nike and Apple working on stylish new wearable technology

Nike chief executive states wearable technology is part of the companys future, despite discontinuing its own fitness tracker Continue reading...

Fabric: Twitter launches new service aimed at app developers

Service that aims to integrate Twitter into new generation of apps unveiled at companys first developers conference in years Continue reading...

China linked to cyber attacks on Taiwan exploiting Windows vulnerability

Malicious PowerPoint documents launch exploit code on target PCs when opened, but could have used any Microsoft Office file Continue reading...

Ebola advice emails from 'World Health Organization' are malware spam

Security firm warning over DarkComet Remote Access Trojan, although campaign is not widespread yet Continue reading...

Chromebook sales are about 1% of all PC sales, says ABI Research

Acer, HP and Samsung controlling 75% of tiny market as consumers generally hold off on Googles ChromeOS Continue reading...

Jimmy Iovine: Beats could have been a trainer brand

Beats founder explains how Beats was nearly Dr Dres sneaker brand and says music distribution needs fixing before it loses its value Continue reading...

The Sega Mega Drive home video that says it all about parenting and gaming

When Tyler Espositos dad made a video to convince relatives to buy a console, he could never have guessed it would become a YouTube hit Continue reading...

The joy of text the fall and rise of interactive fiction

The annual Interactive Fiction awards are taking place right now, showcasing the very best new works Continue reading...

Apple iPad mini 3 review: a touch more of the same

Apples smaller tablet is about the size of a book and gains a Touch ID fingerprint sensor, gold colour and extra storage option but thats it Continue reading...

Hey, McFly! Hoverboard available on Kickstarter for $10,000

Dreams of sailing through the air on a hoverboard finally realised but only on certain surfacesThe sci-fi inventions that have become reality Continue reading...

Right to be forgotten: who may exercise power, over which kind of information?

Publishers should be the first to be consulted, not search engines, and their evaluation should matter Continue reading...


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