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.
It was initially suggested 1 year ago that the time BBC iPlayer catch-up was extended, being confirmed this April that changes would in fact be made. The day has finally arrived where you can watch your favourite TV and radio programmes for 30 days after they have been aired.
We don’t get updates from WhatsApp very often but when we do, we usually find there are major changes and additional features for us to play with. The most recent update proves no exception, developing a detailed list of features that have finally began to work with the iOS 8 […]
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 […]
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.
There are many methods being developed in order to crack down on piracy, however the police are now taking another step forward and attempting to hinder the web owner directly by completely cutting the ad revenue made by displaying adverts on their page. By replacing ads on illegal websites with […]
Customers thrive off the ability to check their bank balance with ease via an app on their smartphone or tablet, although generally prefer to use a PC in order to make large money transfers or do things mortgage related due to increased speed and security. But how has banking changed […]
The Game Of Thrones set an internet piracy record last weekend after the air of the season 4 finale. Over 250,000 people watched the episode simultaneously as it was aired, however over 1.5million people illegally downloaded the episode within the first 12 hours of it being available on torrent sites, […]
In 2010, it was suggested by the Digital Economy Act (DEA) to cut off offenders from their broadband if they were to be discovered downloading online content illegally through piracy. This idea was however opposed by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) who stated that it would require for users to be […]