Playing a "giant inhabitable harp": Tech meets musical art at The House of Peroni

The House of Peroni, a month long pop-up London residency from the Italian beer merchants, is unlikely to be the first place you'd expect to find a tech-heavy art and sound installation. But that's exactly where Tech Digest found itself…

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Gerald LynchPlaying a "giant inhabitable harp": Tech meets musical art at The House of Peroni

"A bra for your feet": Under Armour launch Speedform racing trainers

When you're a sporting goods company known for your macho American football apparel and infamous, manic "protect this house" slogan and adverts, the last place you'd expect to be looking for inspiration for your latest trainer innovations would be the…

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Gerald Lynch"A bra for your feet": Under Armour launch Speedform racing trainers

Best Buy UK stores to stock electric cars, bikes and scooters – Gallery

Best Buy, the massive US tech retailer, are opening stores in the UK this week, with the first opening in Lakeside on the 30th April. But it's not just hard-drives and gadgets for sale; Best Buy UK are set to…

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Gerald LynchBest Buy UK stores to stock electric cars, bikes and scooters – Gallery

Top Ten Geeky Valentine Presents: For Him

It's that time of year again, where we all rush off to Clinton's for a naff card, a syrupy teddy and a box of Quality Streets for our loved ones. Yep, Valentine's Day rears its sickly head once again,…

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Gerald LynchTop Ten Geeky Valentine Presents: For Him

Oxford Junior Dictionary ditches "beaver" and "budgerigar" for "blog" and "biodegradable"

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The Oxford Junior Dictionary has been slowly removing loads of boring old nature and science words from its recent editions, replacing the likes of “guinea pig” and “monastery” with modern things kids need to know about like “MP3 player” and “broadband”.

This deeply shameful activity by the newly edgy and urban word-explainer has mainly seen numerous nature terms and animal names dumped, but plenty of Christian and other religious words have been removed too – to make way for the likes of “database” and “chatroom”. Ideal if you’re currently hot-housing your kid for a future career in IT…

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Gary CutlackOxford Junior Dictionary ditches "beaver" and "budgerigar" for "blog" and "biodegradable"