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Google wants to show you inside 10 Downing Street

By Matthew Hughes


For all of my life, there’s been something secretive and distant about 10 Downing Street – the official residence of the Prime Minister and the headquarters of the British Government. 102 more words

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Tripadvisor reviewers may gain legal protection from salty establishments

By Matthew Hughes


Have you ever spent a night in a damp, dirty, splooge-encrusted hotel room? Has a restaurant ever served you a meal that was gross and obviously (and badly) microwaved? 102 more words

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Twitter lands on Apple TV, Fire TV, Xbox One and brings the NFL with it

By Matthew Hughes


Today, Twitter will launch its new video-centric product for the Apple TV, Amazon’s Fire TV, and the Xbox One. Perhaps unsurprisingly, its latest effort doesn’t focus on sharing posts and updates. 100 more words

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The Amazon Echo and Echo Dot are coming to the UK and Germany

By Matthew Hughes


At a press event in Central London, Amazon today announced it is bringing its Echo voice-controlled speakers and the Echo Dot to the UK and Germany, along with its Alexa virtual personal assistant. 96 more words

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Pulp lets you create your own short music videos straight from your iPhone

By Matthew Hughes


Have you seen that episode of South Park with “Jennifer Lopez”? You know, Fat Butt and Pancake Head, where Cartman tarted his thumb up with some lipstick, stood in front of a green screen, and sung a catchy, albeit wildly offensive song about Mexican food? 88 more words

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AdBlock Plus confuses everyone by selling ads

By Matthew Hughes


This is one of those news stories that feels completely surreal, but actually makes a lot of sense. AdBlock Plus, the maker of the plugin that’s caused an unfathomable amount of damage to the best business model for free online content, is getting into the ad-tech business. 86 more words

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Genius now lets you share song lyrics via iMessage on iOS 10

By Matthew Hughes


Quite often, the best way to express yourself isn’t through your own words, but ones lifted directly from a song. If you want to express your affection for someone, you can always lean on the words of Burt Bacharach. 93 more words

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