Gamers in California using the Wii console as entertainment to play Wii Bowling.

Information about Universal Credit benefits can now be found on Nintendo Wii consoles

The Department for Work and Pensions revealed the new system after a turbulent introduction of the Universal Credit programme

Lord Sugar loses tribunal counter-claim against Apprentice winner Stella English

BBC TV show winner said she is now unemployed and on benefits after rejecting the prize role as an 'overpaid lackey'

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The BBC is mulling drastic action to drag children away from their computers

Why don't people switch their mortgages?

Money savings rather than better service more likely to tempt those considering a change

Virgin Media has teamed up with Netflix to pilot its on-demand streaming service to TiVo box subscribers

Virgin Media pilots Netflix for TV subscribers

The cable firm will send letters this week inviting 40,000 of its TiVo set-top box subscribers to download the new Netflix TV app

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia President Hiroshi Kawano with the new PlayStation Vita

Sony unveils new PS Vita 2000 at Tokyo Game Show

Console will go on sale in Japan on 10 October

TV presenter Helen Skelton has also complained of Twitter abuse

Helen Skelton quits Blue Peter after five years

Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton is to bow out after five and a half years next month - and will be replaced by CBBC colleague Radzi Chinyanganya.

Sky profits to fall as it spends to counter rivals

BSkyB has warned that operating profits will take a hit of up to £70m next year as it invests in on-demand services and technology in the pay-TV and broadband wars with rivals from BT to NetFlix.

BT customers flock to sign up to TV football challenge to Sky

BT has signed up more than half a million customers for its BT Sport channels in two months, giving a boost to the telecoms giant as it prepares to go head to head with BSkyB over football coverage.

Samsung’s new Galaxy phone struggles amid sales gloom

More and more people owning smartphones and cheaper competition from China means Samsung’s new Galaxy phone is struggling.

TalkTalk shows it's a big noise in internet TV

TalkTalk today showed Britons are embracing internet-connected TV in their droves as the telecoms provider is signing up 12,000 customers a week, a rate that looks more than a match for rival BT.

Sky profits up as it gets new sports deals to fight off BT

Chief executive denies BT offer the greatest competition yet to Sky’s sports coverage

Former Asda and Royal Mail boss Allan Leighton lured by Pandora's charms

Former Asda and Royal Mail boss Allan Leighton has been named the new chief executive of Danish lucky-charms jeweller Pandora after Puma poached its current boss.

4G tests could disrupt Freeview TV

People in parts of Greenwich, Lewisham, Southwark and Tower Hamlets are being alerted to Monday's test

Nicolas Maduro has a 10 point lead in the polls

Henrique Capriles accuses Venezuelan state media of bias in favouring political rival

Henrique Capriles has hit out at the overwhelming bias of the Venezuelan state media, claiming that the VTV channel alone has given 46 hours and 43 minutes of coverage to Nicolas Maduro since the former bus driver became acting President after the death of Hugo Chavez on 8 March. Over the same period, Mr Capriles claimed he received just one minute and 18 seconds of airtime.

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