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 […]
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 […]
Back in May, Google announced plans to produce 100 self-driving vehicles and has since had their first driverless car prototype travel more than 300,000 miles on open roads. The vast development in driverless cars has now resulted in plans to review the road regulations and traffic laws, including many changes […]
Canvas Fingerprinting is a novel tracking system used on thousands of websites which monitors what users do online by exploiting features of a page’s underlying code. The system forces a web browser to create a unique hidden image based on the computer/device’s individual setup in order to identify the user […]
LIFX lightbulbs are smart bulbs that can be turned on and off by a smartphone app. The LIFX project originally started on Kickstarter – a crowd funding website that allows general members of the public to donate money towards the development of new products and designs. The project brought in […]
Many people risk a fine and points on their license each day by speeding, whether it be on their daily commute, a day out somewhere nice or on their way for their weekly food shopping. For those who have a tendency to exceed the speed limit from time to time, […]
Up to 10,000 patients may have been affected after a Birmingham based private health company called Diagnostic Health saved unencrypted NHS patient details onto Google Drive, allowing access across staff members using a singular password. The NHS used Diagnostic Health to refer patients for ultrasound scans.
The X1 Carbon is the world’s thinnest and lightest 14 inch ultrabook at a thickness of 17.7mm and a weight of 1.3kg. The X1 carbon is powered by 4th generation Intel processors and is deemed to be the most attractive, durable and powerful ultrabook yet. With a new user interface […]