Reading and Leeds Line-up announced

 The line-up for one of Britain's biggest music festivals is now released and it had some first class acts such as MUSE, My chemical Romance, the Strokes, Pulp and Elbow. See below for full list.

 For all MUSE fans you should be desperate to go because these two gigs are the 10th anniversary of the release of their album Origin of Symmetry and will be the last time many of those songs will ever be played live again.
 Ticket's are still on sale just go to to buy.

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Trouble at The Ritz

 As hundreds of thousands of angry protesters took to the streets of London yesterday to display their anguish with the governments latest cut-backs and changes, trouble seemed inevitable. Most of the demonstrators chose to act in peace and normality, a select group chose to lash out and cause some civil unrest.
 A large mob, formed mainly of students, charged though the busy streets of England's capital and destroyed all that they could in their path. The majority of damage was petty vandalism however one key target of violence was the infamous Ritz hotel. All of the downstairs windows were smashed by the crazed citizens and the landmark golden sign was covered with streaks of yellow paint.
 When will the madness end? How can it end? Check back for more.
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Meet the iPad 2

 Well we can't say we didn't see this one coming, the predecessor of Apple's infamous iPad was revealed on March the 2nd and goes by the inventive name of...the iPad 2. The update was quite a substantial change, bringing features such as 2 cameras (One front facing and one rear), a new super fast dual-core A5 processor and now comes in both black and white. The tablet is now just 8.8mm compared to the previous 13mm making it thinner than the iPhone 4. The device is expected to once again lead the way in the battle of the tablets and is likely to make the American tech-giants an awful lot of money once again. The question is, would you buy one?

Discovery Lands one last time

 13 days ago Space Shuttle launched for one last voyage to the international space station and today landed at the Kennedy International space centre in Florida. The final resting place of this gigantic craft is yet to be decided but wherever it goes, a large crowd is almost certain to follow. Is this really the last we will see of Space Shuttle Discovery? We'll have to wait and see.

The fruit of the modern world

 We've all heard of it. Most people own something of theirs. The striking design and charismatic sales approach put's them near the top of the technological universe. I'm talking about Apple. The company that brings you the iPod, the Mac, iTunes, the iPhone 4 and now, the iPad 2.
 But over the years Apple have proven to be one of the most innovative companies in the market. They seem to rise up above and just take the lead at the best of times. For instance the company has recently been taunted by the media saying that the tablet competitors such as samsung, RIM and Motorola are catching up. So what do they do? They reveal a thinner, faster, lighter iPad which is tipped to wipe the floor clean, again. But not only did the huge changes to the tablet come as a surprise but so did the arrival of Steve Jobs, the unwell CEO who's been on health leave for a number of reasons. It was he, Steve Jobs who makes the products sell, the way he presents and holds the crowd just captivates the audience and they all become smitten with all Apple has to sell.
 So the phoenix has risen from the ashes yet again but for how long. Can he stay around to keep his brainchild alive or is this the final stand for the almighty Steve Jobs. We can only hope that this is not the last that we will see of this tech guru and the genius that is Apple.