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What is the difference between The Hobbit and the news? Not as much as there should be | Charlie Brooker

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News reports are looking more like movies – and movies are looking more like news reports. How are we supposed to tell them apart?Quick, close your eyes for a second and picture the 1920s. What did you see? If you're anything like me, the projectionist in your head put on...
What is the difference between The Hobbit and the news? Not as much as there should be | Charlie Brooker

E3 2013: PS4 games hands-on

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We test Killzone: Shadow Fall, Driveclub, Knack and InFamous: Second Son - and explore the Dual Shock 4 controllerSlick presentations are all very well, but can hide a multitude of sins - there's no substitute for getting your hands on a game in order to gauge its merits. Currently, exact...
E3 2013: PS4 games hands-on

Android, Apple, Starbucks & NASA: What inspired these four world-famous logos?

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Imagine you’re a newbie fresh out of design school (and I don’t mean one of those faux-accredited hipster schools where all you have to do is turn up, swagger around with your fixed gear bike and strike pretend nonchalant-poses with your strategically positioned dirty-fake tatts showing). You’ve studied hard, you’ve...
Android, Apple, Starbucks & NASA: What inspired these four world-famous logos?

Post-Pivot, OpenBrand Launches Delivery Service To Become A DropBox For Designers

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Originally launched as a way for companies to manage their branding assets in-house, OpenBrand has since pivoted to offer a SaaS for designers, agencies and their clients to collaborate and share what they are working on — logos, business cards, ads, illustrations etc. — something along the lines of a...
Post-Pivot, OpenBrand Launches Delivery Service To Become A DropBox For Designers
Move Over Chat Heads. Ustwo's New App Honk! Wants You To Meme-ify Your Friends With "Visually Explosive" Messaging

Computer games to cultivate

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Helen Babbs meets two video game designers who have taken their inspiration from nature and swapped gun toting for tree plantingFor people who don't play computer games - myself included - it's easy to assume all virtual reality has to offer is the dubious opportunity to wield a weapon. Thankfully,...
Computer games to cultivate

Inversion - review

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Xbox 360/PS3/PC; £39.99; cert 18+; Saber InteractiveIn this era of relentless franchise-milking (fuelled by risk-aversion), it's always a pleasure to see a completely original new game and, on the face of it, that's what Inversion appears to be. It's a third-person shooter with a twist: you get to manipulate gravity...
Inversion - review
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