Software


Facebook Roll Out A List Of New Features

Only last week Facebook announced that it was starting a slow rollout to users allowing them to send cash payments to their friends via the Messenger app, however this week they have unveiled so many more features that will completely change your Facebook experience, including changes to the Facebook timeline […]


Layout: The New Instagram App For Editing Images

There are many different editing tools available on Instagram however for many users, there are still many features that are missing for editing their photos and one of these is making collages from their photos. Previously, users would have to resort to third party apps such as Pic Stitch and […]


You Can Now Make Payments To Friends Through Facebook 1

Starting today, a new feature will steadily appear on your Facebook over the upcoming months which allows for a user to send money to friends directly through the chat. The new feature will be available on iOS, Android and the web, and will work in a similar way to that […]


Line: The WhatsApp Rival Making Millions Selling Stickers

WhatsApp has been one of the most successful messaging services in the last year with over 700 million active monthly users, however another messaging service is ready to drive its way into the lead after revenue of approximately £436million last year alone made it the biggest revenue generator on both […]


Apple Online Service Hit By Fault

Disaster struck yesterday for Apple users when they were unable to download or update content due to what is believed to have been caused by their own engineers. The fault affected users for over 11 hours, developing not long before 9am and finishing after 8pm on the evening.


Amazon And Google To Pay AdBlock Plus To Allow Ads

AdBlock Plus is a free browser plugin which blocks ads from appearing on the user’s screen, giving a much clearer page which is much faster to load. Unfortunately for the website owners, this means that they are losing out on advertising revenue, and with over 300 million AdBlock Plus users, […]


Windows 7 Mainstream Support Ends Today

Windows 7 has been out for over 5 years now with its launch back in October 2009, however today is the day that mainstream support ends with only security patches being available from now on. Exchange Server 2010 will also be losing mainstream support today.


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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.