FOR the past week, we have led the way with a string of exclusives on the amazing fallout between TV stars Phil and Holly – leading to some VERY awkward moments on the This Morning sofa.
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Defence Editor – and Journalist Of The Year – Jerome Starkey detailed how classified nuclear submarine plans had accidentally been left in a Wetherspoons pub.
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Free is free and spooky shooter Metro: Last Light is currently free to keep from Steam. It has been made available by developers 4A Games in order to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The catch, sort of, is that this is the Complete Edition, a version that does not normally even show up in Steam search results. The slightly-improved Metro: Last Light Redux will still cost you a few quid or bucks.
Google updated its policy on inactive accounts on Tuesday, declaring that any account that has not been active in two years will be deleted. The people of the internet quickly pushed back: What about old YouTube accounts? There’s a trove of internet history lying in dusty corners of YouTube, not to mention the accounts of […]
YouTube will no longer be deleting videos from inactive accounts by Amanda Silberling originally published on TechCrunch