4OD app finally lands on Android
A year and a half after the launch of the iPhone 4OD app, Android owners can now enjoy Channel 4's finest. As with the iOS 4OD app, you'll need to be connected to Wi-Fi if you want to rewatch Inbetweeners in its entirety for the fourth time – but you can at least plan your evening's TV over a 3G or 4G connection. Devices running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and above can grab the free app now from Google Play. Just a heads up from Office Cat: you can browse all of Channel 4's old stuff using the Collections tab. You're welcome.
Source: The Next Web
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Bugatti Gangloff concept is all curves
No, you can't buy this absolute beauty of a car – even if you could afford a Bugatti, the Gangloff is just a concept design made by Pawel Cryzewski. It's based on the similarly curvaceous 1938 Bugatti 57 SC Atalante Coupe, while the interior is modelled on the current Bugatti Veyron. Just looking at it makes Office Cat hot under his flea collar.
Source: Recombu Cars
Office Cat is certain that Stuff's tech-savvy readers don't need any hints on how to use their iPhones and iPads – but according to the creators of the Tips and Tricks – iPhone Secrets app, the most shared tip among Italians is 'how to delete text messages.' Can't imagine why that would be.
Sky to broadcast F1 race in 3D
Office Cat will be donning his 3D glasses to watch the Formula One – for the first time, Sky will be broadcasting the F1 preseason tests at the Circuit de Catalunya in yummy, headache-inducing 3D on its Sky 3D network. Sadly, Sky Sports has said this will be a one-off – but if there's sufficient demand for it, you can expect a rapid U-turn. Point your remote towards your TV between 28th February and 3rd March to check it all out.
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