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Hot off the Press!

16th June 2016

Samsung Electronics has snapped up Joyent to give it access to its own cloud platform to support it in the areas of mobile, IoT and cloud-based software and services.US-based Joyent was one of a handful of veteran standalone compa ...
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Big changes on the way for Apple

13th June 2016

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) kicked off today and will run until the 17 June. If you weren’t able to make it out to San Francisco, Apple are live streaming daily sessions on their website here http://www.apple.co ...
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Broadband Speeds Are Slower Than Advertised: Are you Paying for a "Fast Speed"?

16th April 2016

A group of 50MPs have said that the way broadband speeds are advertised is misleading and should be changed.It's hard to miss internet providers' broadband adverts that showcase super fast speeds at a low costs, however only 10% o ...
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No iPhone is Safe from the FBI

4th April 2016

The US government has successfully accessed data stored on the San Bernardino gunman's iPhone, thus ending a six week-long clash between Apple and the FBI. Apple were refusing to unlock the device, citing privacy issues, however t ...
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Andy Grove, an Intel Legend

30th March 2016

Last week Andy Grove, for CEO and chairman of Intel, died at the age of 79. Grove leaves a legacy that will continue to shape the world's technology and will inspire innovators for generations to come. Today's blog post is a tribu ...
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Lets Get The Future Generation Programming With The BBC's Micro:Bit

22nd March 2016

A tiny computer, Raspberry Pi microcomputer style, is finally being delivered to schools in the UK, 6 months later than originally planned. The aptly named micro:bit, which has been created by the BBC, intends to inspire “a new ge ...
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Get Doodling To Keep Your Phone Secure

13th March 2016

We all know that keeping our devices secure is essential in today's climate, with computer hacking and phone cracking starting to become the norm.However, a team at Rutgers University have developed the first ever "free-for gestur ...
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In or Out. What do British Businesses Think?

23rd February 2016

David Cameron is back from his "battle in Brussels" and his reward for his efforts were some considerable reforms on the UK's EU membership agreement including: Child benefit - Child benefit payments to migrant workers to be recal ...
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UK Digital Businesses Play Essential Role in Economy Growth

12th February 2016

A study conducted by Tech City UK has revealed that digital technology businesses are playing an essential role in the UK economy's growth. The innovation that this sector is generating is profound with businesses transforming the ...
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Safe Harbour - What It Means For Tech Companies

3rd February 2016

What is Safe Harbour?In 2000 an agreement called Safe Harbour came into force in the EU that prohibited citizens' personal data from being sent to places that don't have proper privacy protections. It was decided that American fir ...
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