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Virgin release unlimited mobile data offer: Here are some of the UK's best SIM-only contracts
Save yourself some money and hunt for a new deal. Virgin Media has unveiled a mobile phone plan that comes bundled with unlimited data at 50Mbps, but there is a catch. Customers of Virgin TV and broadband will have access to the £25 monthly tariff which includes unlimited minutes, texts and data. If you are not a customer, you cannot get the offer
NEW Snapchat feature lets you see people's snaps from ANYWHERE
Avid Snapchatters are being given the chance to share their content with people who (for whatever reason) have not already been caught up in the massive photo and video sharing app. Dubbed 'Snap Map', the service was launched in June 2017 as an in-app feature which allowed users to take a look at what people around the world have been posting via an interactive
Microsoft may have solved one big issue with the iPhone X
Microsoft may have developed the technology to fix one of the iPhone X's most complained-about features. This next generation device turned heads when it was announced because it managed to feature a nearly bezel-free design, but this came at the expense of a 'notch' that breaks up the top of the screen. It's not a huge problem, but some say that the 'notch'
Have you downloaded these DANGEROUS extensions on your browser?
Google Chrome users have been warned against dozens of potentially hazardous browser extensions that have already been downloaded by hundreds of thousands of users. These malicious extensions were, surprisingly, available on the official Google Chrome Web Store and were intentionally designed to appear perfectly innocent to the everyday user. But, secretly
New York Times sacks new writer in just seven hours because of neo-Nazi 'friend' and dodgy tweets
The journalist was friends with a hacker and neo-Nazi. A new opinion writer at the New York Times has been sacked just seven hours after her employment was announced. Quinn Norton was let go from the paper after Twitter users discovered past tweets with racial and homophobic slurs. Norton is also a self-labelled friend of Andrew Auernheimer, a famous
Russia claims its super-manoeuvrable Su-35 is 'second to none in the air'
Russia's deputy defence minister, Yuriy Borisov, has claimed that the "Su-35 is second to none" in the air after battles in Syria. The Sukhoi-35 fighter jet has been designed and produced by Sukhoi Design Bureau and is a single-seat, twin-engine, highly manoeuvrable aircraft. According to the makers of the fighter jet, it is an upgraded Su-27 that was fielded
Furby church organ created by YouTuber, and it's even more horrifying than that sounds
He used 44 Furbys to make the organ, and had a 45th on hand to be the composer. UK YouTuber Sam Battle has managed to build a church organ from the ground up... out of Furbys. The "must-have" Christmas and birthday present of children of 1998, Furby was an extremely annoying, talking robotic pet. It came in dozens of different models with changing colours
'Liar in chief': Trump trolled over old tweet vowing he would never make cuts to Medicaid, Medicare
During the presidential campaign, Trump pledged not to touch benefit programmes such as Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. US President Donald Trump's old tweets have once again come back to haunt him after House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi resurfaced a 2015 post about Medicaid and Medicare cuts. On Monday (12 February), the Trump administration
Instagram getting ready to steal yet another Snapchat feature?
Say goodbye to the sneaky screenshot on Instagram. Instagram users who sneakily take screenshots of stories may find that their time is up. According to Techcrunch, Instagram is trialling software that alerts content posters whenever someone has taken a screenshot. Users now get notifications that say the next time a screenshot is taken, the poster will be notified
After Katie Price campaign government may soon consider criminalising online trolling
A code of conduct may soon be introduced to target social media trolls in the UK. Online trolling might soon become a criminal offence in the UK as Justice Secretary David Gauke has revealed that the government will conduct a review of online laws to provide a safer internet experience. This comes after television personality Katie Price called for stricter