It turns out that you can never win at Tetris

Check out the latest video from the PBS Games Show on YouTube. This week it explains the mathematics and mechanics of why you can never continue playing Tetris indefinitely. Just try not to think back all of those hundreds of wasted hours on your Game Boy.

WATCH: New Microsoft Hololens demo

Microsoft has performed another demo of its impressive "Hololens" technology at its Build conference - and this time we got to see it in action, in real time. Check out the above video and prepare to have your mind blown.

Now you have to spend £20 on Amazon UK to get free delivery

Bad news for Amazon customers who haven't paid up for Amazon Prime. The company has announced that the minimum spend for delivery has now been increased from £10 to £20. According to Engadget the changes come into effect at 6pm this evening. Amazon Prime customers are obviously unaffected - with free one-day delivery being a…

Why did Twitter open up direct messaging to everyone?

The big news last night that Twitter is changing the way that it works, so that users can DM each other, even if they're not following each other. Don't worry - it looks like you'll be able to opt out of the functionality, but it does seem like a strange decision for a company that…

Boring Office Job given the GoPro advert treatment

GoPro famously claims that it doesn't need to hire an external advertising agency, as videos from its users do a good enough job of selling the product. But not everyone spends their days snowboarding, surfing, or doing other "extreme" activities. Some of us work in offices. That didn't deter one YouTuber though - who used…

Chrome for Android to support notifications from websites

Google has announced details on what we can expect in version 42 (!) of its Chrome web browser for Android. Announced in a blog post, the biggest new addition appears to be notifications from websites using an emerging notification standard. What this means is that you could soon be receiving notifications from, say, eBay, without…

YouTube killing support for older smart TVs and devices

Bad news if you access YouTube on a smart TV made before 2012 - Google is pulling the plug on YouTube apps for certain devices. Unfortunately we don't have a complete list of affected devices, but according to Google it will affect "Select devices manufactured in 2012 and earlier, including Sony TVs & Blu-ray Discs,…

Android Wear gets native wifi support, gesture controls and more

Google has announced a big software update for Android Wear adding a bunch of new features. In what we're sure isn't a coincidence, this news comes just days from the launch of the Apple Watch. According to TechCrunch, Wear is getting native wifi support, so that your watch can connect directly, rather than via bluetooth…

NailO is a touchpad on your thumbnail…

Here's a wearable gadget we never expected to see. You know how useful it is to have a touchpad on your laptop? Then why not put one... on your thumb. Yeah. The idea behind Nailo is that it will offer you hands free use of your phone or computer. For example, when cooking with two…