food
Get Food Delivered While Queuing For Your iPhone XS on Friday

If you're hoping to pick up an iPhone XS or an iPhone XS Max on Friday, chances are you're going to find yourself queuing outside a shop for a considerable amount of time. Well, Deliveroo wants to help keep you well-fed while you're in a queue: it's just announced it will be delivering food to hungry bellies outside Apple shops on Friday. Read More >>

environment
Polluted Air Linked to Higher Likelihood of Dementia

British researchers trying to isolate potential triggers for dementia have discovered a grim connection between living in the country's most polluted spots and developing the condition, with people who breathe in the dirtiest air pockets seeing their risk of dementia rising by 40 per cent. Read More >>

streaming
Watch Sky Sports On Your Phone For Just £6 a Month With Now TV

Now TV, the streaming service operated by Sky, has just announced a new monthly pass: Sky Sports Mobile. Priced at £5.99 a month, it gives subscribers access to four Sky Sports channels on their mobile device. Read More >>

history
The Sea Equivalent of Time Team Thinks it’s Found HMS Endeavour

HMS Endeavour, Captain James Cook's old boat that he famously used to discover a few places that already existed, has apparently been found after spending nearly 250 years lost at the bottom of the sea. Read More >>

shopping
Tesco’s Budget Supermarket, Jack’s, is Open For Business

Earlier this summer, it was rumoured that Tesco would be chasing after Aldi and Lidl by opening its own spin-off budget chain. It seems those rumours were true, as the first Jack's store opens tomorrow. Read More >>

politics
Meet The Brexit Doomsday Survivalists Who Are Stockpiling For No Deal

Back in the mid-2000s, when it seemed that the world was still getting incrementally better, one of my favourite things to do was to watch documentaries about and read about crazy survivalists in America. Read More >>

apple
Ireland Not Keen on Cashing Apple’s £12bn Tax Cheque

Apple has paid the massive back tax pile the EU said it owed Ireland over alleged state aid violations, but instead of blowing the money on loads of skyscrapers, high-speed train networks, bridges and tunnels and installing big wheels in every town and city across the nation, Irish politicians are keeping the money safe and untouched in an account. And trying to be allowed to give it back. Read More >>

netflix
Netflix is Finally Coming to Sky Q As Part of ‘Ultimate On Demand’

We originally reported that a partnership between Netflix and Sky was on the way back in March, but nothing has really happened since then. The launch is finally just around the corner though – Sky Q customers will soon be able to subscribe to an 'Ultimate On Demand' service, which features Sky's existing catch-up and box set services alongside Netflix, in one seamless package. Read More >>

gaming
There’s a Mini PlayStation One Coming in Time For Christmas

First there was the NES Classic Mini. Then there was the SNES Classic Mini. Now, Sony's getting in on the act. This morning, the company has announced the PlayStation Classic - a miniature PlayStation console pre-loaded with 20 games. How quaint! Read More >>

internet
According to Ofcom, Nearly Half of all Users Have Been ‘Harmed’ On The Internet

According to a study carried out by Ofcom, the UK's communications regulator, 45 per cent of all people who've used the internet have suffered some kind of "harm" online. That harm includes trolling, harassment or cyber-bullying as well as things like malware attacks and cyber theft. Read More >>

travel
TripAdvisor Temporarily Suspends Reviews of Bude’s Historic Plastic Tunnel

TripAdvisor is not shying away from making difficult decisions online, as it's moved to suspend the controversial writing of positive reviews of a supermarket's transparent tunnel. Read More >>

shopping
Smyths Toys Superstores Thrives in a Post-Toys R Us UK

Since Toys R Us closed earlier this year, Smyths Toys Superstores has crept into the position of the UK's largest out-of-town toy retailer. And it seems to be thriving as so: in 2017 the company saw a profit increase of 18 per cent and that success continues as the company expands across the country. Since last year, it has spent over £20 million in property purchases to open new stores, and has increase the number of employed staff from 1,888 to 2,195. Not bad considering physical shops are forever dwindling. Read More >>

food
Soulless Tech Billionaire Loser Shake Arrives in the UK

Remember how some tech dudes in America decided that eating needed solving? The end result of this was Soylent, the disastrously named crowd-funded tech drink for people too important to eat lunch the normal way or take time out from their important connected lives to peel a sodding banana; nutrition for men for whom eating an antiquated sandwich is wasting time they could be scooting around a campus barking out ideas for new health apps for lesser-paid men called Matt to develop. Read More >>

tv
UKTV Partners With BT To Offer Better On-Demand Services, And In HD

If you're a BT customer, you'll soon be able to enjoy a better catch-up service of UKTV channels. The telecoms company has just announced a new long-term deal with the UK broadcaster that will allow customers to receive more content on demand, as well as offering some of these in HD for the first time. Read More >>

movies
Blockbuster Video Has Returned to London… But It Only Stocks Deadpool 2

Remember the good old days of going to your latest Blockbuster, grabbing a VHS off the shelf and a bag of popcorn to go with it, then spending your Saturday night watching the latest video release before having to post it back through Blockbuster's door the next day? It's a hazy, distant memory by now. But if you live in London, you can relive those glory days. But just for today. And as long as the film you want to watch is Deadpool 2. Read More >>