William Shatner is not a fan of Facebook Mentions

It’s Facebook, Jim, but not quite as you like it. Canadian actor William Shatner — variously famous as eccentric lawyer Denny Crane on Boston Legal, beat cop TJ Hooker, womanising starship captain James T Kirk and a “singer” — is, unlike most 83-year-olds, quite a dab hand at social media. And he’s not backward in coming forward when something displeases …

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Stuart O'ConnorWilliam Shatner is not a fan of Facebook Mentions

‘Gamin’ Post: Is Technology Ruining Rugby Union?

Since eventually turning professional nearly 20 years ago, rugby union has led the way in terms of incorporating technology into both the coverage of the game and its officiating. With ‘ref-cams’ giving fans an officials-eye view of the game and microphones allowing both spectators and TV viewers an opportunity to hear the interactions between players and referees, there is no …

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James O'Malley‘Gamin’ Post: Is Technology Ruining Rugby Union?

Manuel Noriega sues Activision over Call of Duty likeness

The jailed former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega is displeased about being a character in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. In fact, he is so upset that he has decided to sue Activision for putting him in the game. In a lawsuit filed this week in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Noriega claimed that the game made him out to …

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Stuart O'ConnorManuel Noriega sues Activision over Call of Duty likeness

Sony announce “Selfie”-centric Xperia C3

Sony has announced a new phone that specialises in taking Selfies. Narcissists will love it almost as much as they love themselves. The Xperia C3 has been built with selfies in mind: front-facing camera is an unusually generous 5 megapixels, and it has been given a wide-angle lens, giving the camera an 80 degree field of vision. This means you …

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James O'MalleySony announce “Selfie”-centric Xperia C3

Microsoft to release Android "Lumia" phones?

Rumours this morning are suggesting that Microsoft could be planning a big shift in its strategy with the release of Lumia-branded devices that run Android rather than the company's own Windows Phone operating system. The reason the rumours should be…

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James O'MalleyMicrosoft to release Android "Lumia" phones?

The Upgrade Culture

Every new iPhone, HTC and Samsung release creates a rush of users who need to have the latest handset. Android users, who are still under contract, sometimes stick with their devices, but flash the latest flavour of the operating system,…

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James O'MalleyThe Upgrade Culture