Video: Top 5 Red Dead Redemption hilarious glitches

Gerald Lynch Gaming, Tech Digest news, Top Fives, Weirdness 1 Comment

Red Dead Redemption, Rockstar's epic wild west adventure, is a massive game that's massively good. Just check out our full review if you don't believe us. For whatever reason however, it also features some pretty huge glitches too. And boy…

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Just Cause 2 – Review

Gerald Lynch Features, Gaming, Reviews, Tech Digest news 4 Comments

Name: Just Cause 2 Genre: Sandbox/ Action adventure Platform: Xbox 360 (reviewed), PS3, PC Price: £34.93 (Amazon) There are plenty of games that attempt to make you feel like the star of your own action movie, but few have done…

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Top 10 Football apps on the iPhone

Gerald Lynch Features, Gallery, iPhone, iPhone apps, Round ups, Sport, Tech Digest news 17 Comments

With Aston Villa and Manchester United gearing up to duke it out in the League Cup Final this weekend, Tech Digest have pulled together ten of the best football apps available on the iPhone. Everything from World Cup 2010 fixture…

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Twitter directly from Flickr

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Flickr has joined the Twitter revolution and now allows users to directly post pictures or videos into their Twitter streams.

They can either be uploaded directly using a dedicated email address or can they can be tweeted from Flickr using the ‘blog this’ function.

The tweets will show a special short URL and the user will have 116 characters left to tweet any additional info.

It’s about time Flickr got official with Twitter. Services such as Twittergram have demonstrated that linking from Flickr is an easy thing to do.

(via Flickr)

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Fizy – super-quick streaming of songs and music videos

Duncan Geere Digital Music, Websites Leave a Comment


Are you a big fan of Spotify, but you’d like it to be more… illegal? Fizy is for you. It’s a super-quick website that’ll let you search for songs and music videos. I’m not kidding about super-quick, we’re talking ‘faster than searching your MP3 folder’ quick, on par with the aforementioned Spotify.

That’s not the only similarity. It’s got a very clean interface with minimal features and you can easily share tracks with other people. It claims to have more than 75 billion MP3s in its index, and you can expand or remove any videos involved.

Very impressive, and very useful for ‘do you know that song?’ moments. Not exactly a media player, though, as there’s no playlist functionality. I quite like that, though. That’s what I’ve got Spotify for.

Fizy (via @mychemtoilet)

Image courtesy of Lifehacker.

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