Archive for the ‘Latest News’ Category

  • What do you think about the connectivity for your business in London?

    A few weeks ago Boris Johnson (The Mayor of London) issued a wake-up call to London, stating that the capital’s infrastructure needs a vast overhaul in order that people and businesses continue to thrive. “This plan is a real wake up call to the stark needs that face London over the next half century. Infrastructure […]

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  • Tech-Tock: The Week of Tech; 11th August

    What are the biggest stories this week in the world of technology, well let’s find out.   Samsung This week Samsung revealed yet another “iPhone Killer” phone, the Samsung Alpha. With this phone Samsung had moved towards a more premium build on the phone with a metal frame and a design that seems just a […]

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  • How the passion for technology resembles that of tribal sports fans

    It may seem like a strange title for an article and something that should not be comparable. How can something in technology create as much tribal passion as you see at a football match? Well, after an announcement at GamesCom yesterday regarding the latest version of Tomb Raider game, Twitter came alive with anger and […]

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  • Tech-Tock: The Week of Tech; 4th August

    Time for another weekly roundup of the biggest technology news: This week seems to have turned into a malware, virus and hacking special, so let’s get straight to it. New malware discovered We start with the slightly worrying news that a new ‘fileless’ malware has been discovered by security experts. It is been named Poweliks […]

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  • How much of our personal information is monitored?

    A story broke at the weekend in the US about a man who was arrested for possession of underage sexual images. The strange thing about this disturbing story was how he actually got caught. The man from Houston was sending emails with attached pictures to other people. Google scans all images attached to emails coming […]

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  • Tech-Tock: The Week of Tech; 28th July

    Welcome to this weeks edition of Tech-Tock, where we bring you the biggest news of the week in the world of technology. Google Technically the news that Google was buying Twitch happened right at the end of last week, but as it is quite big news we thought it would be good to include it. […]

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  • What is the Tor anonymous project exactly?

    Have you heard about the Tor anonymous network recently in the news and not known what it is exactly. Well the fact that the Russian Government are willing to pay $110,000 to anyone who can crack the identities of users of the network got me interested in digging a little deeper to find out more. […]

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  • Tech-Tock: The Week of Tech; 21st July

    Broadband According to reports, a large percentage of customers taking out new broadband services are rejecting the parental controls and content filters that the ISPs have added on request of the Government. Only 4% of new Virgin Media customers have opted to have content blocked, with BT and Sky slightly higher at 5% and 9% […]

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  • The 5 best smartphones still to come in 2014

    Following up on our top 5 smartphones released so far in 2014 we thought we would talk about the rest of the year and the phones that we think are going to be launched. If you are the type of person who likes to have the latest technology then keep reading, or feel free to […]

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  • The best smartphones released so far this year

    We are now well and truly past the halfway point of the year and heading now towards the big Q3 launches of many new and exciting smartphones. You will have to wait for that article to come later in the week. However, if you want to upgrade to a new phone now and don’t want […]

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