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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 […]


Meerkat Movies: The Orange Wednesdays Replacement We All Hoped For

Two-for-one cinema tickets were nothing new for EE/Orange/T-Mobile customers with the Orange Wednesdays perk that provided all of their customers the ability to redeem 2-for-1 cinema tickets each Wednesday, however only weeks ago, this perk ended and was replaced with an in home streaming alternative. Compare The Market (Meerkat) have […]


For The Second Time, Jamie Oliver’s Website Has A Virus 1

Jamie Oliver’s website was first reported to have been hit by malware in the middle of February with the issue apparently resolved upon discovery, however reports are saying that a second virus has been found on the website less than a month after the original was discovered, with 2 separate […]


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 […]


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 […]


Google Discourage The Use Of Old Browsers 2

Google users running out of date browsers were in for a shock at the weekend when the site showed the 2013 version of Google which lacks many of the new and updated features. Those affected were mostly those running Safari 5.1 and Opera 12, although this was left un-announced until […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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.