The trio of much-hyped next generation consoles have taken their time to bed in but we’re set for a glut of A-list titles – here are the ones to watch out for this year, whether you’re into racing, sports or shooting things in the face
"It’s not the kind of place you’d tell your foodie friends about (you’d lie and say you went to Polpetto instead), but if you want to consume large quantities of things that were very recently alive, you could do much worse."
Melissa York introduces the high-concept tower capitalising on Tech City’s success
THE thriving tech industry clustered around Silicon Roundabout hasn’t just attracted investment from the Treasury in recent years.
1 Elephant & Castle gets its name from a long-since-gone pub popular with ivory merchants in the 18th century. The area began life as two villages, Walworth and Newington, which were set among market gardens and fields.
Late on Tuesday, Facebook announced their acquisition of virtual reality start-up Oculus VR for $2bn. Here, Alex Dymoke gives the low-down on what many predict is the future of gaming and home entertainment
Think cutting edge mobile game development and you probably don’t think Cirencester. Still, the people at Neonplay are putting the sleepy Cotswolds town on the map.
Top games: Jewel Jumper, Carpark Carnage
FOREVER associated with the processed, the prepackaged and the unsophisticated, the microwave gets a bad rep within foodie circles. The microwave meal has come to symbolise everything that’s wrong with today’s food culture.
Sometimes it’s more palatable to pitch up at a restaurant bar to get a feel for the ambience rather than committing oneself to an entire meal, and with many of the most oversubscribed eateries boasting better drinking facilities than your local bo
Now you’ve finished reading about The Budget, have you thought about your own finances? Look no further because technology has the solution. Melissa York introduces the apps that will get you back in the black
IN TRUTH, most men don’t like dancing. But for reasons largely unknown to bearers of the Y-chromosome, men are expected to prance around like idiots in a vain attempt to attract the opposite sex.
IN TWO years’ time, around 30,000 Londoners will be working or studying in King’s Cross every day. At least, this is what is envisioned by Argent, the property developer behind one of the biggest regeneration projects in London.