Tomb Raider, Doom, Super Mario Bros – they’re all games. And movies. But is the jump from living-room TV to silver screen a leap too far? Yep, says Stuff.tv’s Stephen Graves…Read more >>>
What is How to Live it?
How To Live It is your guide to the newest and best home-entertainment and mobile tech. The experts at Stuff.tv and Whathifi.com, with support from LG, will show how it can enrich your life - and how you can make the most of now. It is a place to escape, to learn and, simply, to make life good.
The football season might already be over a month old but FIFA’s new term doesn’t get under way until 26 September. Here’s all you need to know to prepare yourself…Read more >>>
With the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony in Glasgow last night – and a feast of athletics to come – here’s a brief history of how you can throw javelins, jump over hurdles and do the Fosbury Flop… all from the comfort of your front room.Read more >>>
It’s Friday afternoon! Everyone’s been paid! Wimbledon is on! It’s (a bit) sunny! Stop doing the thing you get paid for and start looking at these things instead!Read more >>>
What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision’s Becky Roberts is celebrating the start of Wimbledon with a glass or three of Pimm’s. And these five tennis apps for Android…Read more >>>
Today’s arcades are curiosity shops, stocked with wheezing hulks that can’t hope to compete with the power and versatility of the little boxes under our TVs – but it wasn’t always this way. Tony Horgan celebrates the Lost World of Coin Operated Arcade Games…Read more >>>
OK. This is innovative. Stuff.tv reports that LG have produced a game specifically for the G3′s QuickCircle case. That’s an added level of love for those who have already made the leap to this leading smartphone. Here’s what Stuff had to say…Read more >>>
With the British Formula 1 Grand Prix just around the corner, Rising Stars contestant Alex Ingram has been inspired to dig out his old games and take to the virtual trackRead more >>>
Let’s journey back to 1981 – a top year for tech, with new PCs and games changing how teenagers configured their bedrooms. Also, Natasha Bedingfield was born!Read more >>>
Old tech never really dies. What you might think is a has-been gadget could well be the next big thing waiting in the wings…Read more >>>