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Getting up in the dark and going home in the dark.
There is one thing above all else that has defined the first year or so of next-gen gaming on PS4 and Xbox One.
If you’re still stuck for what to buy the gadget lover in your life this Christmas, TV presenter Rachel Riley may be able to inspire you.
Last year I labelled the original release of Grand Theft Auto V a “landmark moment in modern culture”.
Every day we pull some stats from a survey and say have a chat about the findings. Today: Naughty goings on at Christmas parties.
After four months in the job Louis van Gaal has so far been unable to improve Manchester United’s fortunes which begin to slide when Sir Alex Ferguson retired.
Sky News has its Sky News Helicopter and, er, Batman has a batplane. With Christmas coming up and wish lists being written, Vibe tested out two candidates to be our new Shopper Chopper.
Buzz Lightyear, Tracy Island, Optimus Prime – every year there are some must-have toys that cause a rush in the shops at Christmas.
Crystal Palace striker Fraizer Campbell has won a surprise call-up to the next England squad.
Football Manager 2015 will hit the streets on November 7 – and here are 15 reasons why this year’s instalment may be the best in the series yet.
Fifa 15 could have got a straight red card in the first minute for the video game equivalent of a professional foul – or professional foul-up at least.
Do you know who looks like he has a fun life? Sylvester Stallone, that’s who. So when the Sims 4 arrived at the office, I decided to see what it would be like if Sly walked among us.
Millwall and Charlton are doing their (mega)bit to beat cancer, even in a computerised form.
Every day we pull some stats from a survey and say have a chat about the findings. Today: What people think about driverless cars.
Every day we pull some stats from a survey and say have a chat about the findings. Today: Who’s playing video games?
The epic open-world crime adventure Grand Theft Auto V and its creator Rockstar Games will be making their highly anticipated next-gen debuts just in time for Christmas.
The most expensive video game in history – and one of the most anticipated of all time – is finally available to players.
We’re used to footballers moaning about their wages or spending too much time on the bench, but complaining about their stats in a video game? That’s a new one.
Puzzlers from all over the world came to test their brainpower and puzzle solving skills against each other in Croydon.
Even within the last week, the amount of times I had to play rock-paper-scissors with my girlfriend to determine who would put the kettle on probably reached double figures.
If you can drag yourself away from all the transfer gossip for a minute, there’s another bit of summer football news you may be excited to hear about.
Ever had a great idea you have wanted to turn into a business? This video with some of the nation’s top entrepreneurs will help.
A smart contact lens that can monitor the glucose levels in the eye is a step closer to reality as Google has announced a partnership with Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis to develop it.
A team of innovative schoolboys won their category in a national tech-designing competition.
Had Desmond Llewelyn still been alive, I strongly suspect that he would have delivered the Samsung Galaxy Gear Neo 2 (£159) to me personally.
If you think this looks like an armchair with guns being driven through London, you’re right as that’s exactly what it is.
Take a look at the biggest games released for this Christmas and it’s easy to spot a recurring theme.
Every day we pull some stats from a survey and say have a chat about the findings. Today: Can young people live without their mobiles?
To say the launch of Assassin's Creed Unity did not go smoothly would be like describing the French Revolution as a minor disturbance.
A year after the launch of its PlayStation 4 games console, Sony has unleashed another box of tricks.
Every day we pull some stats from a survey and say have a chat about the findings. Today: What we want in our Christmas stockings this year.
Blizzard Entertainment’s Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is likely to be on many people’s iPad game of the year list.
An “extensively enhanced” edition of Grand Theft Auto V for PS4 and Xbox One will be released on November 18.
Every day we pull some stats from a survey and say have a chat about the findings. Today: How rife is internet trolling?
Every day we pull some stats from a survey and say have a chat about the findings. Today: How children are embracing technology.
He shoots, he scores. Fifa 15 launches to huge fanfare and does not disappoint.
Leighton Bellamore was our man at EGX, the new name for Eurogamer Expo.
Premier League stars including Rio Ferdinand and a swarm of Crystal Palace players attended the star-studded launch of FIFA 15 yesterday.
Hundreds of people queued outside Bluewater and intu Bromley shopping centres last night, as iPhone 6 fever gripped south east London and north Kent.
Whichever way you look at it, Destiny is a big game.
Sales of the PlayStation 4 games console have passed the one million mark in the UK.
Every day we pull some stats from a survey and say have a chat about the findings. Today: Are we a bit too obsessed with our mobiles?
Sad news for fans of Palace, Millwall and Charlton – and everyone else except Chelsea – inexplicably none of your players made it onto the cover of FIFA 15.
As well as bringing us together, modern technology also drives us apart tearing our hair out in frustration at other people’s inconsideration.
Never mind overseas criminals accessing your information, the biggest threat to your social media security could be closer to home.
Evening FIFA sessions with your mates will be even better for Eagles fans come September when Selhurst Park debuts on FIFA 15.
The world can now explore London in greater detail from a computer screen, as Google Maps today launches 3D mapping of the capital city.
A flexible TV unveiled by LG could pave the way for a revolution in the way we watch and use screens - rolling them up and taking them with us in and out of the home.
Air passengers flying to the United States will have to make sure their mobile phones and tablets are charged as part of increased precautions due to the threat of terrorist attacks.
Irish privacy chiefs are awaiting an explanation from Facebook over an alleged psychological experiment which recorded users' moods as news feeds on the social network were manipulated.
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The pioneering World War I musical that changed attitudes towards the conflict and helped re-shape British theatre upon its release is back on tour following a sold-out run in spring 2014.