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Who will headline Calling Festival in 2014?

Fans of classic soul music are sure to be thrilled by news of the Sunday headliner at the two-day Calling Festival in London - as none other than Stevie Wonder will be bringing things to a spectacular finale.

The legendary musician will headline the event on Sunday June 29 at its new location on Clapham Common in south London, with US rockers Aerosmith closing things the night before complete with Bon Jovi man Richie Sambora.

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London’s first pay-per-minute cafe opens for trade

As far as eating and drinking options go in the capital, it's easy to think that they've pretty much got all the bases covered. You can pop out for Spanish, Japanese, Thai, Chinese, Vietnamese, French, and of course British, at pretty much any time of the day or night, and even in a city that's often blasted for being so expensive, there's something to suit all budgets. From Michelin starred restaurants to greasy spoon cafes, the rich and the less affluent can dine out for the cost of whatever happens to be in their pockets at any given time. Low ...

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It’s here at last – but what’s all the Xbox One fuss about?

Microsoft is launching its eagerly anticipated Xbox One in style on both sides of the Atlantic.

Live outdoor appearances by celebrities in London on Thursday will mark the launch of the latest games console, which goes on sale at midnight on Friday morning.

Launches in New York City and Los Angeles will see live shows from electronic music artist Deadmau5 and rapper Macklemore, while actors in zombie uniforms from the game Dead Rising 3 will descend on ...

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London to make capital out of new internet domain

Most of us are used to using internet addresses ending in the .co.uk or .com suffixes. But now London will become one of the world's first cities to have its own domain name from next spring in a deal signed last week.

Why is this? The capital wants to cash in on its worldwide reputation to help its businesses thrive and the scheme is being backed by London Mayor Boris Johnson.

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What is a computer geek’s idea of heaven? It’s here now …

It's being visited by thousands of people in what is a computer lovers' dream event. So what and where is the event now billed as "Glastonbury for geeks"?

Campus Party, which runs from Monday to Friday (September 2-6), is attracting 5,000 technology fans a day worldwide.

The party has become one of the world's biggest technology events, but this is the first time that it has graced London.

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A Day in The Death of Joe Egg: Review

A comedy about living with a disabled child is something that even the most talented of directors would have difficulty dealing with sensitively and appropriately. So when Stephen Unwin brought A Day in The Death of Joe Egg to a London theatre, it's unsurprising that a few eyebrows were raised. Blackly comic and sometimes dangerously close to the bone, the play has managed something that the critics could have never even dreamed of. The result is a touching piece of theatre that expertly portrays the complexities and everyday challenges of bringing up a young person with a disability. The stand ...

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