Yearly Archives: 2014


Dropbox For Business

Dropbox for business is an essential for any SMB that relies on technology on a daily basis. Stats show that 53% of business workers use 3 or more devices, where as 37% of employees work from multiple locations and a further 65% of employees work with people outside of the […]


Lenovo Tablet 2 – Productivity At Your Fingertips

Sizing in at 9.8mm high and weighing under 600 grams, the Lenovo Tablet 2 is the perfect tool for enterprise, education and government. With full Windows 8 pro and enterprise functionality and an Intel Atom dual-core processor, you can guarantee that the Tablet 2 will be the perfect office companion […]


Amazon Prime: The Most Recent Perks Of Being A Subscriber

Amazon Prime is the premium subscription service that allows its users access to a number of different perks, including next day delivery with no minimum order size, free e-book rental including access to 4 pre-releases each month and the ability to stream more than 15,000 titles using Prime Instant Video. […]


Dstrux: Watch Your Files Self-Destruct

Dstrux is the new file share app that allows users to share their files online whilst controlling their digital footprint. The app allows users to create a time limit for viewing files, deleting them forever once the limit specified is reached, inspired by the regular regret of many who post files […]


Introducing Microsoft Sway

Microsoft Sway is the entirely new way to express your ideas all in one place across multiple devices. Share your ideas with family, friends, teachers and co-workers across your own personal web-based canvas. Sway is currently only available if you request an invite, although users are being warned that they […]


Devices Being Wiped Remotely In Police Custody

It has been reported by police forces across the country that many phones and tablets have had their data completely removed whilst being held in custody. It has allegedly happened in 6 different incidences over the past year for Dorset police however they remain baffled as to how it has […]


Snapchat User Pics Leaked Online

Update: SnapSaved, the 3rd party site suspected of leaking the photos has finally admitted that they were the source. They took the site down immediately upon discovering their Apache server had been hacked due to a misconfiguration. They do however insist that only 500MB of photos were collected and that not […]


Red Phone Boxes Are Now Green Solar Powered Charging Stations

Many telephone boxes are left unused in the UK due to the rise in smartphones, however there have been many schemes based in London to return them to use. Medical equipment and libraries have been fitted into the tiny boxes however new plans are underway to transform the little red […]


Facebook Apologise To LGBT Users Targeted By Real Name Policy

After refusing to change their policy which resulted in hundreds of LGBT users being blocked from the social network, Facebook released a statement apologising for the uncooperative response that was given. The policy stated that accounts must be under a user’s legal name, meaning the likes of performers and drag […]


Weight Loss Spam Hits Snapchat 1

Hi-jacked Snapchat accounts have reportedly been sending weight loss ads to user contacts, initially being identified on Twitter by users across several different countries. This time around, accounts aren’t being breached by a hack, or at least that’s what Snapchat is telling users.


Google Privacy Regulations Continue To Be Criticised By EU Privacy Regulators

A list of guidelines have been sent to Google from European Privacy Regulators, pinpointing different methods Google could use to keep within European laws and stay out of trouble with individual governments in regards to user privacy.


Is BT Going To Bring Us A Gigabit Of Internet?

BT have successfully tested a new method of bringing us internet by adding copper to the existing network, reaching alleged speeds of 800Mbps of download and 200Mbps of upload. It is believed that this could be used as an alternative to provide fibre speeds without needing to rewire homes.


Apple: Bug Fixes For iOS 8 Break More Than They Fix

UPDATE: Version 8.0.2 has now been released with fixes to resolve issues made by 8.0.1 as well as the original fixes in the release notes. So far so good, but let’s hope there’s no more surprises in this update. Apple officially released the first updates to iOS 8 last night however […]


Talko: Reinventing Phone Calls

A new app has been developed by former Microsoft guru in an attempt to fix something we all use that he perceives as broken; Phone Calls. Many of us dislike the use of conference calls due to the inconvenience they can bring, however this new app named Talko aims to […]