Hillsborough web probe ‘challenging’

26 April 2014 Last updated at 03:04 Ninety-six Liverpool football fans died after a crush at the Hillsborough stadium in 1989 Identifying who made offensive changes to a Wikipedia page about the Hillsborough disaster “may prove challenging”, ministers have said. The government said a full inquiry led by Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary Richard Heaton was […]

Panasonic reports return to profit

28 April 2014 Last updated at 11:37 Japanese consumer electronics giant Panasonic has reported its first full-year profit for three years, with the weaker yen helping to boost sales. The maker of the Lumix camera posted profits of 120.4bn yen ($1.2bn; £710m) for the year to March, compared with a 754bn yen loss a year […]

Police crackdown on fake goods sites

28 April 2014 Last updated at 11:53 Fake items pretending to be from brands such as Ugg were found on websites More than 2,500 websites selling counterfeit goods have been closed down by the City of London Police. The sites were selling fake designer goods including Ugg boots, GHD hair straighteners, Jack Wills clothing and […]

Desert dig unearths Atari games dump

28 April 2014 Last updated at 11:34 The dig turned up cartridges, manuals and other Atari game paraphernalia Video game archaeologists have found a huge cache of old Atari games that were buried in the desert 30 years ago. Before now reports Atari had dumped millions of game cartridges were widely believed to be an […]

Microsoft warns of Explorer security

28 April 2014 Last updated at 08:11 Microsoft’s internet explorer has a major share of the global browser market Microsoft has warned consumers that a vulnerability in its Internet Explorer browser could let hackers gain access and user rights to their computer. The flaw affects Internet Explorer (IE) versions 6 to 11 and Microsoft said […]

E.T. unearthed: The dig for legendary Atari cartridges in pictures

Yesterday marked the climax of a decades-long story that surrounded one of the most poorly received video games in history. A Microsoft-backed documentary crew took to a landfill in the desert town of Alamogordo, New Mexico in an attempt to prove that Atari had in fact buried thousands of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial cartridges there. It […]

Serious Internet Explorer flaw puts XP users especially at risk

We hope that you heeded our advice to finally ditch Windows XP in favor of a more modern operating system, because there’s a new security exploit that’ll leave stubborn XP users in the cold. In a security alert released on Saturday, Microsoft reports that there’s a serious vulnerability in Internet Explorer 6 through 11 that […]

Moog remakes the massive Emerson modular synthesizer 50 years later

How do you celebrate the 50th anniversary of Bob Moog’s the first voltage controlled synthesizer? By completely recreating it five decades later, of course. The folks at Moog revealed the new Emerson Moog Modular System this weekend at Moogfest. This research and construction project took three years to complete, culminated with the building of the […]

How would you change Samsung’s ATIV Tab?

I don’t normally discuss products that I’ve reviewed on How Would You Change, but I’m making an exception for Samsung’s ATIV Tab. The Korean company pondered the merits of launching the device right up to its debut, and swiftly axed any US expansion before it could get off the ground. As one of the first […]

The horse riding simulator that pairs an Oculus Rift with an exercise machine

In the midst of the mind-boggling Nico Nico Chou-Kaigi, an event hosted by one of Japan’s leading video streaming sites, there was no shortage of Oculus Rift demos for attendees to drop their jaws at. Our allies at Engadget Japanese toured military carriers, controlled robot arms… generally did a load of fun things and pretended […]

The perfect iOS email app finally exists, but we wish it wasn’t free

I hate email. The team at The Next Web can attest to just how often I complain about email. Email is slow, cumbersome, often overwhelming and hard to deal with. There’s just so much of it. I’ve always been bad at email and despite great solutions like Mailbox existing, I’ve never found the perfect iOS email client. […]

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