<a href="http://www.buzzfeed.com/?country=uk" target="_blank">Buzzfeed UK launches today</a>. We have high hopes. Here are some pieces we're hoping they'll decide to write.
Google lied, Reader died.
Apple has hired Adobe's CTO. Is this the death of Flash?
Once we built arcologies. Now we're one step away from gated communities, writes Alex Hern.
The company is retiring its RSS reader. But there are some viable replacements, writes Alex Hern.
Facebook can draw inferences from your likes. But who has any likes anymore?
Alex Hern reviews The Flash: Move Forward by DC.
The most expensive line of code ever?
Hannah Berry's horror story succeeds in doing something seemingly impossible: providing shocks in a comic.
Dancing like a tit at 30,000 feet.
Dennis Tito wants to give you the trip of a lifetime.
The <em>New Statesman</em>'s senior geek misogyny reporter on the pictures of Shailene Woodley as Mary Jane Watson.
Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams is on Twitter, but his tweets aren't what you'd expect.
A beautiful NASA video of coronal rain.
What was revealed (and what wasn't) shows Sony desperately clinging to a business in disarray.
The Daily Show tackles horse meat.
EW EW EW EW.
We live in the future. The lack of jetpacks gets a pass.
"His broadest charge is that I consciously set out to sabotage the test. That is not so."
Incongruities revealed in the logs.
But what about the vampires, eh?
Italian magazine Chi — owned by Silvio Berlusconi — has published the unauthorised pictures of the Duchess.
Adventures of Superman writer Orson Scott Card's history of homophobia sparks protest.
Microsoft's calculator is partially to blame for JPMorgan losing $9bn, and a lot more besides.
Captain Kirk takes on the hive-mind.
Do you "copy" a website just by reading it?
Curiosity has learned about the Myspace angle.
The proposed line would connect Chelsea to Hackney through central London.
Review: Richard Short's Klaus.
55 per cent profit margins sounds like a lot, but someone's got to pay for iOS.