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The best NZB indexing websites of 2018

A good indexing site can save you a lot of time and hassle. Prices are generally reasonable, sometimes under $10/£10 a year, and there are usually free plans or trials to help you see how the service worksFinding what you need on Usenet can be a serious challenge, especially if you're browsing Usenet headers.First, you must find a...

The GammaNow app earns you rewards in Overwatch when you’re not using your processor

A new app is offering PC gamers the chance to put their CPU to good use when it would otherwise be idling, effectively selling spare processor power in exchange for in-game rewards in the likes of Overwatch.Aura has launched the GammaNow app (though it’s still in beta), which when installed on a PC will use the processor –...

Google Images changes make it better for image creators, worse for everyone else

Google has made a significant change to its Google Images search engine, in a bid to prevent people from downloading and copying copyrighted images.When you now search for an image, you won’t see the ‘View image’ button. This used to allow people to view just the image on its own, and allow them to download the image without...

Virgin Media announces plans to boost broadband speeds

Virgin Media has revealed plans to significantly boost the speeds of its broadband network across the UK.The company has said it will be upgrading its network to allow maximum download speeds of 350MBps within the next few weeks.The news is the latest part of Virgin Media's "Project Lightning" upgrade program, which has seen it increase the top download...

The best PlayStation VR prices, bundles and sales in Australia (February 2018)

As VR slowly crawls towards the mainstream, units such as the PlayStation VR continue to see more impressive price drops and even more impressive dedicated titles. Falling in well under the price point of the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, the PSVR headset is an excellent option for those who already own a console or want a system capable...

Australia's government wants to know if its current anti-piracy laws are effective enough

Australia's current stance on internet piracy harkens back to 2015 when the government passed the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill. With that backing, the Federal Court ordered a huge number of pirate sites to be blocked, including the likes of The Pirate Bay, in December 2016.Since then, online copyright infringement has been reduced, the government has announced, but...

SNES Mini is back in stock for £69.99

The SNES Mini was almost impossible to get hold of late last year as Nintendo's production line turned into yet another omnishambles. If you managed to avoid temptation on over-priced eBay units though, your time has come today as we're seeing multiple reputable retailers stocking the tiny retro console at the RRP of £69.99.Don't let other retailers pull...

Kingdom Come Deliverance: finally an open-world game with an addictive story

I can never bring myself to finish open-world games. I've sunk hundreds of hours into the likes of Skyrim, The Witcher 3 and Far Cry 4 without completing their main stories, and I'm completely fine with that. For me, the thrill of marking a distant corner of the map, heading for it and seeing what happens is often...

Spyro could be gliding onto PS4 later this year

According to a recent report, Activision is planning to remaster the early titles of the Spyro the Dragon series and release them on PlayStation 4 later this year.Kotaku UK states that sources close to the matter have said the plan is to remaster the original trilogy, which includes Spyro the Dragon, Ripto's Rage! (or Gateway to Glimmer in...

Dead Space is now completely free on the PC

EA’s classic survival horror romp Dead Space is now dead free for PC gamers if they head on over to the Origin store.The sci-fi nightmare of systems engineer Isaac Clarke (who could equally have been called Arthur Asimov) would normally set you back £6.79 or $19.99, but EA has made it an ‘on the house’ game, meaning you...