The Oldest Computer in the World

The Oldest Computer in the World

Two thousand years ago, a Roman cargo ship, loaded with ancient jewellery, pottery, marble sculptures and rare glass was wrecked off the coast of Antikythera, a Southern Greek Island. It was bound for Rome, bearing looted treasures to decorate a Triumphal Parade for Julius Caesar. In 1901, Captain Dimitrios Kontos ...

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Hades

Hades

There are plenty of things that videogames do well: unfurl impossibly beautiful worlds, deliver a truly invigorating challenge and, of course, provide the only legal way to shoot the approximate population of mainland Europe. But beyond all of these bloodthirsty delights, the one thing that videogames have over every other...

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Universal credit rates double in Kensington and Chelsea as a result of the pandemic

Universal credit rates double in Kensington and Chelsea as a result of the pandemic

One of London’s richest boroughs has seen a huge spike in Universal Credit applications since the coronavirus pandemic. The number of people applying for Universal Credit in Kensington and Chelsea has doubled following the pandemic. In the royal borough, 4,263 residents had applied for the benefit before the start of...

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