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UK records hottest ever day and night as 'heat apocalypse' continues
The ongoing European heat wave has seen the United Kingdom record its hottest-ever night, followed by its hottest-ever day.
UK warns games companies to restrict lootboxes or risk legislation
The UK government is ready to create official legislation against lootboxes unless game companies restrict access from children.
TikTok teen breeds army of 1+ million frogs, officials are alarmed
A TikTok teen has decided to take approximately 1.4 million frog eggs and breed a 'frog army' that is now concerning officials.
UK Monkeypox cases double, new cases in US, Australia, France, & more
More cases of rare monkeypox virus have been recorded in the last week outside of Africa than since 1970 in at least 11 countries.
Meteorite from solar system birth found to contain 'organic material'
A 4.5 billion-year-old meteorite that dates back to the birth of our solar system found to contain a lot of 'organic material'
Scientists 'speechless' at what crash landed in this man's driveway
Scientists have been left speechless after a man decided to collect a very rare meteorite that crash-landed in his driveway.
UK governments wants all citizens to have 10Mbps Internet by 2020
UK resident? The UK government wants to guarantee you 10Mbps Internet by the end of the decade.
UK debuts its 'UK Against ISIL' social media account
UK launches the 'UK Against ISIL' Twitter account.
Teachers in the UK reporting parents to police for allowing 18+ games
Teachers in the UK vow to report parents to the police if they let their children play R18+ video games and use social media when underage.
The British army has employed a whole batallion of Facebook Warriors
The British Army has just created a new 1,500-strong, 77th battalion - described as "Facebook Warriors"
Project sale: Get your very own piece of modding excellence within
No time to make your own? There's no shame in grabbing a pre-loved modified system - here's a great example.
Police make arrest in PlayStation and Xbox Live attacks
UK police arrest a man involved in the DDoS attacks on PlayStation and Xbox Live.
Nintendo UK is removing Game Boy Tetris from the 3DS eShop in 2015
It's an end of an era - Game Boy Tetris to be pulled from Nintendo's eShop says claims Nintendo UK and we go on a nostalgia overload.
The Royal Mail announces a consumer 3D-printing service
Britains Royal Mail offers customers the ability to 3D-print objects of choice and have them delivered to their door.
Technology companies begin favoring global Facebook pages
Technology companies come and go with their local Facebook pages - why is local better?
Next 'Star Wars' to film at UK's Pinewood Studio in 2016
'Star Wars' returns to it's spiritual home in the UK.
London mayor Boris Johnson to pledge 5G internet access by 2020
The mayor of London, Boris Johnson, is set to unveil plans that will promise to significantly improve connectivity in the UK capital, including 5G.
Schoolkids design space dinners for Brit Tim Peake aboard the ISS
Competition winners from schools in the UK are directly influencing the galactic diet of a British astronaut.
British content pirates to receive warnings but no further action
UK internet providers have signed up to a scheme that seeks to educate rather than punish online movie and music piracy.
British movie theaters ban Google Glass
An association representing 90 percent of all movie theaters in the UK has said it will ask all cinemagoers to remove their techie specs.
UK PM's adviser urges Google to do more to curb online piracy
The British Prime Minister's intellectual property adviser has released a report urging Google and other search companies to do more to combat piracy.
UK based ISPs to send messages to illegal downloaders in 2015
ISPs will now send educational messages to those who download content via sites that infringes copyrights.
Heat-seeking drones are getting the 420 on weed in the UK
Criminals are using heat-seeking drones to find weed in the UK.
UK Court of Appeals suspends ban on HTC One Mini
Injunction banning sales of HTC One Mini in the UK has been lifted temporarily by Court of Appeals.
Raspberry Pi camera module coming to UK on May 14
The Raspberry Pi camera module will be coming to the UK on May 14.
Samsung Galaxy S 4 is fourth most popular smartphone in UK after just 4 days
Samsung Galaxy S 4 proves popular in the UK, rockets to fourth position for April, only out for 4 days.
BPI court order in England sees legal Pirate Bay-operated sites blocked by some ISPs
ISPs use BPI court order to block legitimate promobay.org website ran by Pirate Bay.
Go Figure: UK movie pirates spend more at the box office than non-pirates
Hyrbid pirates spend way more money on entertainment than completely legal consumers.
UK court orders Apple to pay Samsung's legal fees in full - ouch
Apple's legal battles aren't so strong outside of the US, where UK court orders the iPad maker to pa.
32GB Nexus 7 teased 'with Android 4.2' in the UK
UK advertisements for the 32GB Nexus 7 tease it comes 'with Android 4.2'
Apple's statement that Samsung didn't copy Apple has to be re-written
Apple has to re-write their notice that Samsung did not infringe on the iPad's design, rules UK cour.
Amazon take a swing at the iPad mini with new ad on their homepage
Amazon goes on the offensive with a new ad comparing the iPad mini to the Kindle Fire HD.
Apple loses appeal in UK, forced to run ads saying Samsung didn't infringe on iPad design
Apple loses UK appeal, forced to run ads saying that Samsung's tablet didn't infringe on iPad design.
Nexus 7 becomes the UK's best-selling Android tablet
UK demand for the Nexus 7 is huge, becomes the best-selling Android tablet in the country.
Wikipedia founder will encrypt the site if the UK passes their Communications Data Bill
If the UK government passes their Communications Data Bill, Wikipedia's founder would encrypt the si.
The fastest GPU supercomputer in the UK was just switched on, good morning, Emerald
Emerald, the U.K.'s fastest GPU supercomputer has just been turned on.
The Pirate Bay warns against copies of its site which charge for access
The Pirate Bay warns against proxy sites that are copying its indexes and charging for access.
UK court ruling that ISPs must block The Pirate Bay has driven traffic to the site
The Pirate Bay sees more traffic after the UK High Court rules that ISPs must block access.
UK ISPs must block access to The Pirate Bay a court rules
UK courts rule that British ISPs have to block access to The Pirate Bay.
3 Change UK Unlocking Policy, now charging fee and making you wait
UK's 3 will now charge for unlocking and charge a fee.
A new UK law could give the gov. right to monitor communication and internet
Britain is trying to pass a law that would give the government snooping access to online activity w/
UK government announce new game industry tax breaks
UK game industry is in a state of happiness, new tax breaks have been passed.
Apple's Siri tells kid to "Shut the f**k up"
iPhone 4S' Siri tells kid to "Shut the f**k up"
Sony's PlayStation Vita games with internal memory can't use memory cards
Vita games with internal memory are unable to use memory cards.
Kogan release new low-cost tablets, 8 and 10-inch models
Kogan release two new tablets for the UK market, 8 and 10-inch low-cost tablets.
Sony PlayStation Vita arriving in Europe in October?
Sony PlayStation Vita making its way to Europe in October?
Windows 7 to cost less in the UK than US
Before VAT and shipping.
UK Government wants to read your e-mail
Asks ISPs to maintain e-mails for one year.