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10 of the Best Card Games for Adults

It's your turn to host games night, and you've already exhausted our entire list of the best party videogames. Time for something a little more analogue, a little more old-school, and in some cases, a lot more obscene. Read More >>

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15 Star Wars Goodies You Need This May the Fourth

Star Wars Day has become an annual tradition on May the fourth, and thanks to capitalism, every annual tradition is now a shopping event. Which means your humble droids at Giz UK have had the arduous task of shopping for hours on end to find you all the coolest, weirdest and most unique Star Wars stuff on the planet. Read More >>

Court Case Conclusively Proves a Hash Brown is Not a Phone

Giz UK's Hero of the Day award goes to Connecticut's Jason Stiber, who's paid "significant" legal fees out of his own pocket to prove he was eating a hash brown as he drove, and not talking on his phone. Read More >>

Big Ben Got Stuck on the Finish Line at the London Marathon

It seems Big Ben has used his break from bonging while renovation work goes on to train for the London Marathon. Read More >>

These are Lego’s May the Fourth Star Wars Day Deals

Next Saturday is Star Wars Day, aka May the fourth ("May the fourth be with you," for the uninitiated), and Lego's got some sweet deals lined up for us AFOLs. Read More >>

Nubia’s Bonkers New Gaming Phone Has Liquid Cooling and an Internal Fan

ZTE sub-brand Nubia has become the crazy uncle of the tech world, single-handedly responsible for many of the gadgets that have made the industry interesting again in recent years. There was the two-screen notchless phone, the flexible phone-watch thingy, and the first gaming phone with RGB lighting, the Red Magic. Read More >>

The Treasury Might Finally Cancel 2p Coins This Week

A year ago, Chancellor Philip Hammond called 1 and 2p coins "obsolete." Read More >>

Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s Labo VR Mode is Now Live

Playing The Legend of Zelda in VR is pretty much the dream for any Nintendo fan, and while we might not yet have the fully-immersive walk-around VR experience we're hoping for, we've just moved a step closer. Read More >>

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Unreliable Fitness Trackers Add 10 Miles to Your Marathon Route

Listen up, marathon runners: the fitness tracker you use to record your training really matters. A new report by Which? has shown that some of the big name trackers on the market are actually rubbish at recording distance, and can have you running miles more than you need to. Read More >>

The Northern Line Has the Most Poo, Wee, Blood and Sick

Everyone who lives in London knows the tube can be a bit grim, but just how grim has been laid bare in new stats from Transport for London (TfL). Read More >>

Pets Miss Out Because of Screens

A sad statistic: 63% of pet owners think they'd spend more time playing with their fluffy friends if they didn't have so many screens in the house. Read More >>

There’ll be 5G at Glastonbury 2019, Thanks to EE

The days of having no signal at a festival are long since over, and EE's decided to take things a step further by bringing 5G to Glastonbury 2019 before most of the rest of the country has it. Read More >>

Asda’s Selling £2 Doughnut Burgers

You know what our burgers have been missing up to now? A whacking great hole in the middle. Read More >>

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Use Manky Coffee Grounds Instead of Palm Oil, Say Scottish Entrepreneurs

The use of palm oil is a serious problem. It's found in around 50% of the packaged products in our supermarkets, yet is "a major driver of deforestation [...] destroying the habitat of already endangered species like the Orangutan, pygmy elephant and Sumatran rhino," per the WWF. Read More >>

Fake Lego Warehouse Raided, Boss Arrested

Remember Lepin, the Chinese Lego lookalike that recently had its trademark cancelled after a long battle with Lego lawyers (that's lawyers for Lego, not lawyers made from Lego, sadly)? It's in the news again after having its warehouses raided. Read More >>