Virtually Stephen Fry 'lets Stephen broadcast himself directly to your pocket, keeping you up to date with the goings-on of the actual Stephen Fry'

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If you feel you need more Stephen Fry in your life, the actor, screenwriter, author, playwright, journalist, poet, comedian, presenter, director, activist, and board member of Norwich City Football Club has launched possibly the world’s most self-regarding app.

Tom Hodgkinson: 'Every time we upload a thought or a photo, we give our creativity to the digital overlords'

Why are we so poor? My idea when I was young was that one day I'd turn into a member of the Idle Rich, or the Idle Comfortable at the very least. I would make a living from my own vita contemplativa. But this didn't happen. Instead, I find myself a member of a quite different class, the Busy Poor. I work my butt off writing, teaching, organising events.

We, like, should really stop saying ‘like’

WWNMS? ‘What Would Nancy Mitford Say,’ wonders Eleanor Doughty, quite properly

Government faces around 33,000 cyber attacks a month, reveals Cabinet Office minister Chloe Smith

The Government faces around 33,000 cyber attacks each month from sophisticated criminals and state-sponsored groups, a Cabinet Office minister said today.

Investment Insider: Problem with gold is it's impossible to know the real value

Over the past 10 years, the price of gold has climbed from around $350 an ounce to over $1,800.

A presentation slide from Hugo Teso's Aircraft Hacking talk at Hack In The Box

Researcher shows how to hack (and crash) a passenger aircraft with an Android phone...

If you're nervous about flying, this won't allay your fears about hopping on a plane, so you might want to look away now. The Hack In The Box security conference taking place in Amsterdam this week has thrown up some interesting talks - but none so concerning as 'Aircraft Hacking: Practical Aero Series' by Hugo Teso.

Syria top of international agenda as G8 foreign ministers meet in London

Syria remains top of the agenda for the international community, William Hague said today as G8 foreign ministers gathered in Britain.

Under new Facebook regulations users can contact Tom Daley in his private inbox for the price of £10.68

It'll cost you over a tenner to Facebook message Tom Daley - but why doesn't he see a penny of it?

This new system, which connects strangers and celebrities, seems far behind Twitter

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Roberto Mancini believes Manchester City don't deserve to be 15 points adrift of rivals Manchester United

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has insisted that his side “don’t deserve” to trail Manchester United by 15 points and that the only difference between their title-winning campaign and the current one is 20 fewer goals.

Live on £53 per week? Try that on a student loan, Iain...

Iain Duncan Smith has been lambasted for suggesting it's possible to live in £53 per week. If he wants a real challenge, suggests Alex Jackson, he should try surviving on just a student loan

Victor Kissine, Between Two Waves (ECM New Series)

Album review: Victor Kissine, Between Two Waves (ECM New Series)

The Russian composer Victor Kissine's work has been accurately described as possessing a “reticent musical language”, a characteristic skilfully demonstrated by Gidon Kremer's Kremerata Baltica on this album of three chamber-music premieres.

Research Engineer Dr Vincent Wan, from Toshiba Research in Cambridge, alongside digital talking head named Zoe by researchers

Computing: Robotic delivery from a former soap star

Scientists at Cambridge University have developed a digital robot capable of expressing speech and emotions with the unlikely help of an actor best known for her role in the TV soap Hollyoaks.

EA apologizes for 'dumb' SimCity launch after gamer fury

Amazon has over 3,000 negative reviews of latest Sims game

Instagram and Polaroid's Socialmatic camera

Polaroid meets Instagram as new camera looks set to dominate 2014

The ailing Polaroid brand looks set to earn a second wind, thanks to the very force that nearly killed it off in the first place: the Internet.

Give Me Everything You Have: On Being Stalked, By James Lasdun

This dark memoir of internet obsession reveals cyberspace as an increasingly Kafkaesque domain

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