A new app to be released by Vodafone could be the ultimate tool for parents to control the internet usage of their kids by granting them the ability to change the internet speed.
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 […]
A difficult decision has been made to turn off our existing Digital Teesdale WiMax service that provides internet connection for homes and businesses in rural areas. For many customers, there are no other alternatives available, therefore Comtek are happy to announce a new available alternative which will be far more […]
Royal Bank of Scotland and Natwest will now be allow for customers to use Touch ID on their Apple smartphones to unlock their mobile banking app and access their accounts. The new unlocking capabilities are currently only available on iPhone 5S, 6 and 6 Plus, with the features only being […]
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, […]
It has been 2 years since Twitter officially launched Vine: the streaming service which contains compilations of random clips ranging on average between 5 and 10 seconds long. Vine is filled with many amazing clips, however is now becoming child friendly with its new app – VineKids.
As a proud sponsor of Bishop Auckland football club and a technology focused company, Comtek System Solutions have donated an Adidas Smart Ball to help with training.
After the four top network providers failed to reach a voluntary agreement to improve network coverage by eliminating blackspots, the UK government are now seeking stricter methods in order to force Vodaphone, EE, O2 and Three to comply.
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 […]
An investigation set up in 2012 revealed that advertising through Facebook’s network resulted in likes from fake and suspicious accounts despite the fact they would never have been real customers or held any genuine interest in the business at all. Years have passed and Facebook has finally announced that it […]
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.
After refusing to change their policy which resulted in hundreds of LGBT users being blocked from the social network, Facebook released a statement apologising for the uncooperative response that was given. The policy stated that accounts must be under a user’s legal name, meaning the likes of performers and drag […]
A list of guidelines have been sent to Google from European Privacy Regulators, pinpointing different methods Google could use to keep within European laws and stay out of trouble with individual governments in regards to user privacy.
BT have successfully tested a new method of bringing us internet by adding copper to the existing network, reaching alleged speeds of 800Mbps of download and 200Mbps of upload. It is believed that this could be used as an alternative to provide fibre speeds without needing to rewire homes.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Following the example of Google who added encryption to their email services a few months ago, Yahoo have now confirmed an increase to their user security that will become available to 600 million users by 2015. This increased security will arrive in the form of enterprise grade, end to end […]
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 […]
The Lenovo IdeaPad Y series provides extremely high performance multimedia with portable gaming and exciting new features which makes it ideal for work, play and relaxation. Using up to a 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor, backed by 3D compatibility, dual graphics compatibility and up to a 16” HD screen, […]