Monthly Archives: August 2014


WordPress: The Fascinating Global Stats

WordPress, not to be confused with the WordPress.org project, has recently acquired BruteProject, the free to use plugin service that provides websites with protection. With 8.6 billion global avatars served daily and 450 TB of data being transferred by 9 global datacentres each day, WordPress really has proved to be […]


EE Denies Hiding Online Complaints

Mobile service provider EE has recently been criticised for covering up customer complaints in order to maintain a good image by channelling complaints into private chats to prevent the issues from being visible to the public. Despite these allegations, EE has denied it all, claiming private chat windows are only […]


The Robot That Brings Your Printed Documents

We all enjoy those few minutes we get away from the desk we get whilst collecting our print outs from the printer, however after the development of a new printer, the opportunity to waste time for a few moments is obliterated. Fuji Xerox has developed a robot printer that brings […]


Hyperlapse: Instagram Time Lapse App

Photo and video sharing service Instagram has today released a new independent app called Hyperlapse in order to add to the content that users can post to their Instagram feeds. Hyperlapse allows users to record high quality videos in order to produce a time lapse, displaying a single tap start […]


Facebook Crack Down On Newsfeed Spam

As many users will be aware, Facebook’s Newsfeeds have developed an increasing amount of spam involving clickbait: the nonsense links with intriguing headlines that tempt you to click on them but lead you to nonsense pages providing little to no content. In order to make Facebook spam free and maybe […]


Soundcloud Introducing Ads To It’s Services For The First Time

Today is the first day that we have ever seen ads on Soundcloud – the site that provides budding musicians with a playground to upload their best work whilst visitors can stream and download their content. This release started today in the US however will be going international, moving across […]


Acer DA1 24″ Touch AIO – £279 inc VAT 2

 Measuring in at 24 inches with a display resolution of 1680 by 1050 pixels, the Acer DA1 Touch All-In-One PC provides each user with multi-mode usage options, switching between a touchscreen tablet and an AIO desktop PC to satisfy all your needs, whether it be touchscreen gaming, watching movies or […]


Twitter To Remove Images Of The Deceased At Family Request

After the Twitter bullying of Zelda Williams following the death of her father Robin Williams, Twitter made a promise that they would inspect their policies and focus on improvements that could be made following the death of a family member. Less than a week later and the policy has gained […]


News Leaked On YouTube Subscription Service Music Key 1

Update: The new music subscription service is rumored to be released next week with select users being chosen as Beta testers, receiving a free subscription to the service for 6 months followed by a discounted price from there on. For those not chosen as Beta testers, the service will cost […]


Facebook Adding Satire Tags To Sarcastic Posts

Satire, “the use of humour, irony, exaggeration or ridicule to expose and criticise people’s stupidity in relation to a topic”, is used by many however is greatly misunderstood by the few, resulting in that odd individual who may flounce in response. In an attempt to keep the minority happy, Facebook […]


Always In View: Keep Your Concentration On The Road & Your Eyes On Your Child

In home tech for monitoring and supervising children has been popular for some time now, however there has never been sufficient child monitoring tech for vehicles… until now. Parents are often in a tough predicament between taking their concentration off the road and resolving any issues a child may be […]


Reflected Wi-Fi: Reduce Power Consumption & Increase Connectivity

Small devices and wearables are becoming even more popular as the technological market is evolving, however with new devices comes new problems such as the ability to maintain connectivity wirelessly without draining the battery. In order to combat this, researcher have been designing a reflected Wi-Fi system over the past […]


Are Flexible Touchscreen Displays ‘Just Around The Corner’?

Flexible touchscreen displays became a great new challenge back in 2013 when Samsung revealed a prototype which inspired and intrigued tech designers who were searching for a new niche in the ever-expanding market. To date, these displays have been solely myth and prototype due to the inability to remain durable […]


EE, O2, Three & Vodaphone: Which Service Is Better?

Interesting finding have been discovered by Ofcom after research into the quality of calls in urban and rural areas across the UK has been released, discovering that in line with EE’s mass boasting, they are in fact the best of the 4 big name providers in regards to call quality.


World’s Fastest Network: Download THOUSANDS Of Movies In The Blink Of An Eye

Danish researchers have developed the world’s fastest network, allowing for 43TB of data to be transferred per second via a single multicore optical fibre – the equivalent of downloading a 1GB movie in 0.2milliseconds. Still not sure just how fast this is? Read on.


Wi-Fi Bus Stops To Enter London?

Boris Johnson has made an announcement requesting for bus shelters and lamp-posts in London to be installed with free public Wi-Fi hotspots. This request has came after previous ideas being rejected and shocking statistics that suggest that London’s population may exceed 11 million people by 2050, with further stats suggesting […]