Omer Fast mixes war footage and re-enactment at the Imperial War Museum

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Why does fuzzy footage signify reality to us? And can we trust our eyes in a world where film is full of such clever tricks?

Ban Ask.fm and the bullies will only go elsewhere

Shutting down one site won't combat the massive problem of cyberbullying

Snoop Lion is a shrewd business man. He has managed to persuade a dozen fans to part with nearly $100 to download a virtual joint on his Snoopify app

Snoop Lion charges fans $100 per imaginary spliff

Fans of rapper Snoop Lion, formerly known as Snoop Dogg, are paying $100 (£65) to customise their photographs with an imaginary joint.

Virtual reality game comes with a warning: 'don't try and lean on that!'

The HydraDeck for the Oculus Rift is so immersive that players are warned not lean on ingame objects

Doom-creator John Carmack joins Oculus Rift virtual reality team

The Oculus Rift continues to attract high profile fans and supporters, promising VR for the masses

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Edinburgh 2013: Knightmare Live - The 'dungeoneer' is back

“This is not entry level stuff,” warns Lord Fear (joyfully evil Tom Bell) as he welcomes us to this very special Kickstarter-funded production of cult Eighties TV show Knightmare Live. He needn't worry, each audience member is clearly a fan.

Katherine Graham, pictured with Truman Capote, in 1966

The Washington Post: A much-diminished force – but it is still a local institution

Its domestic political coverage and foreign affairs expertise are still excellent

Game makers must do more to prevent addiction says new study

Study focused on MMORPGs as a genre providing unending structures that keep gamers hooked

Eve Online's biggest ever battle was the game's 'Battle of the Alamo'

Over 4,000 pilots were involved a one-tenth speed space battle for precious - virtual - resources

Dell ships Project Ophelia: a HDMI plug-in that streams computers from the cloud

The device is being released to beta testers and will be capable of running virtual computers via the cloud

Cyclist deaths have risen across the UK

Fatal distraction: Drivers, and cyclists, need all their attention for the road

A cyclist was killed last year by a driver who was adjusting her sat nav

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge holds the Prince of Cambridge

GeorgeAlexanderLouis.com: Royal baby websites registered by cybersquatters seconds after name is announced

Cybersquatters rush to website registrars as soon as the Prince's name was made official

A pile of Bitcoins are shown here after Software engineer Mike Caldwell minted them in his shop on April 26, 2013 in Sandy, Utah. Bitcoin is an experimental digital currency used over the Internet that is gaining in popularity worldwide. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images

Bitcoin Ponzi scheme: Texas man sued for 'sham' worth $65m

Trendon Shavers took in 'at least' 700,000 Bitcoins by offering a 7% interest rate with 'zero risk'

The AIREAL device emits a ring of air called a vortex towards a user’s hand. The vortex can impart a force on the user’s hand, enabling a range of dynamic free air sensations.

Gallery: Disney's 'Aireal' system uses air vortexes to mimic touch feedback for computers

New system could be used for video-gaming or to enhance gesture-based interfaces

But it’s Laurens ten Dam, who came in one minute and 53 seconds after Froome, who came away as “virtual KOM”

Strava GPS app: Proof at last – pro cyclists are faster than us all

The climb up Mount Ventoux is legendary among cyclists and Tour de France obsessives. It’s a punishing 12-mile ascent, rising 1,500m to the summit. On Sunday, Britain’s Chris Froome smashed it to be crowned reigning King of the Mountains (KOM) and increase his  overall Tour lead.

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Club World Cup kicked into the long grass by the continued farce surrounding Blatter, Garcia, Russia and Qatar
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Frank Warren: Boxing is back and winning new fans

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Stockholm is rivalling Silicon Valley

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Crucified Santa: Urban myth refuses to die

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The Boy in the Dress: On set with the stars

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