Research by the Office for National Statistics shows more than seven million adults in the UK have never used the internet.
Currently 43.5 million adults are now online, which is one million more than this same time last year. However, 7.1 million remain offline, with the elderly and disabled least likely to be connected.
Google I/O is here again, and with many questions being asked around Google Glass, Android and Chrome OS, it's fair to say hype is rather significant. New Rising Media will be streaming the entire event LIVE.
Star Trek: Into Darkness is a well-executed and thoughtfully written follow up to the 2009 film, with excellent performances and incredible action scenes; sadly, it fizzles out somewhat in the last 20 minutes.
Nokia have announced the Lumia 925, their latest flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone, at today's event in London.
Following all previous rumours, and yesterday's leaked images, the Finnish smartphone maker has finally taken the official wraps off the phone. It's quite similar in design cues to the previous models in the Lumia line, but it has a twist: it's made from aluminium. The rear of the device is still made from polycarbonate, and the front is a pane of glass; but the aluminium surround marks a new shift for Nokia's material-centric design.
Nokia is expected to launch a new flagship Windows 8 phone at a launch event in London today, and we will be streaming the event here live at 10am BST.
After the commercial aired on British TV during The Inbetweeners Movie, and low-res press shots from @EVLeaks showed the possible existence of a Nokia Lumia 925, rumours have been rife throughout the technology news sphere.
The Lumia 925 appears to have a possible aluminum frame around the outside, with distinct notches and a distinct camera 'bump.' With the tagline of "more than your eyes can see," it's fair to say that this will probably be one of the main focus points of the new device.
Besides all of this, there isn't really anything else to take from this. All that's left is to watch and see.
Given the choice between being told you stink by a hot date, or a terrifyingly 'friendly' robot, I'd probably pick the date. But for those who picked otherwise, the Kitakyushu National College of Technology and Japanese company CrazyLab have the answer for you.
Social Media, for all its beneficial qualities, can also be quite the hot bed for racist, homophobic and ableist thinking. Floating Sheep, a group of geography academics, has created the "Geography of Hate" in this vein, using Twitter data to map the most hate-filled states in America.