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22/03/19

The UK's top cybersecurity startups
Britain isn't only a major buyer for cyber security, the industry is a huge growth area for the country.
Read more: techworld.com

20/03/19

Facebook claims server configuration change caused 14-hour outage to Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp
Facebook's explanation refutes the explanation yesterday from network management software company NetScout that BGP routing issues were the cause of the downtime.
Read more: computing.co.uk

15/03/19

How to send anonymous emails
If you need to send email messages that aren't connected to your everyday identity. Here's a strategy to do that.
Read more: pcworld.com

13/03/19

Windows 10 quick tips: 12 ways to speed up your PC
Want Windows 10 to run faster? We've got help.
Read more: computerworld.com

11/03/19

Simple steps to protect your home network
If you've got one or two computers in your house, a Wi-Fi network and a smart device such as a TV, you've got a home network that needs protecting.
Read more: clickedonline.co.uk

08/03/19

What's Wrong With the Social Media Model
The social media model has come under increased scrutiny following revelations of data misuse
Read more: ecommercetimes.com

06/03/19

Your old router is an absolute goldmine for troublesome hackers
In the last three years, cyberattacks against insecure routers have rocketed.
Read more: wired.co.uk

04/03/19

Can people really spy on me through my laptop or smartphone camera?
The answer will surprise and worry you.
Read more: digitalspy.com

01/03/19

Hard-disk drives becoming more reliable, Backblaze failure figures suggest
Cloud storage company hard-drive failure figures for 2018 suggest HDDs have improved in reliability
Read more: computing.co.uk

27/02/19

Netflix Resorts to Giving Clues on How to Unlock Secret Bandersnatch Endings
Who knows where this extra hint will take people,
Read more: gizmodo.co.uk

25/02/19

What's next for MSI in gaming PCs
MSI's GS65 Stealth Thin was one of the most remarkable gaming notebooks of 2018.
Read more: engadget.com

22/02/19

The many beating hearts of UK tech
As London rises in the global ranks, cementing itself as a world-class technology hub
Read more: uktech.news

20/02/19

This Trojan attack adds a backdoor to your Windows PC to steal data
Hacking group TA505 is distributing a brand new form of malware - and using it to target banks and retailers.
Read more: zdnet.com

18/02/19

Are You Fully Automated?
One common theme with recent product tests and vendor briefings and that is - automation.
Read more: computerweekly.com

15/02/19

Kodachi Builds Privacy Tunnel for Linux
Online and Internet security are not topics that typical computer users easily comprehend.
Read more: technewsworld.com

13/02/19

3 signs your Mac has a virus (and how to scan for them)
Sadly, Macs aren’t the safe haven they once were.
Read more: makeuseof.com

11/02/19

5 cloud computing predictions, trends for 2019
Cloud adoption in the enterprise is growing:
Read more: searchcio.techtarget.com

08/02/19

Clean up your cyber-hygiene – 6 changes to make in the new year
As technologies change, so does the advice security experts give for how to best stay safe.
Read more: theconversation.com

06/02/19

How blockchain may kill the password
Blockchain technology is being piloted as the basis for self-sovereign identities,
Read more: itworld.com

04/02/19

Power cut: Engineers create a wireless charger you can easily cut to shape
Researchers have developed a new system to charge electronic devices such as smartphones and smartwatches wirelessly.
Read more: sciencedaily.com

01/02/19

From Boardroom to Living Room: How Facebook's Many PR Initiatives Intertwine to Deliver Its Messaging
Facebook has at least a dozen PR companies employed to help propagate its messages.
Read more: adweek.com

30/01/19

How to Run a Different OS Without Buying a New Computer
Maybe you've grown tired of your current laptop or desktop operating system and you just want to try something different.
Read more: gizmodo.com

28/01/19

Tile wants to put its gadget-finding tech in all of your Bluetooth devices
Tile wants to integrate its tech to devices at the chip-level.
Read more: thenextweb.com

25/01/19

What in the world is growth hacking, and why you should learn how to do it
Digital marketers have their work cut out for them these days.
Read more: mashable.com

23/01/19

9 Tips for Creating Your Best SEO Content in 2019
In 2019, SEO content will be all about the audience.
Read more: searchenginejournal.com

21/01/19

Wearable medical tech is about to become crucial for staying alive
Wearables are already replacing traditional drugs and therapies – this year, they'll go further still
Read more: wired.co.uk

18/01/19

Hacking attacks on your router: Why the worst is yet to come
Vulnerabilities in routers are an easy target for hackers - and attacks are becoming more destructive.
Read more: zdnet.com

16/01/19

How to Organise Your Financial Documents
Organising your financial documents doesn’t necessarily mean colour-coded folders
Read more: lifehacker.co.uk

14/01/19

10 Things you can do while talking on your iphone
Just because you’re in the middle of a phone call, it doesn't mean you can't multi-task and use your device for other purposes at the same time.
Read more: makeuseof.com

11/01/19

5 cloud computing predictions, trends for 2019
From rapid multi-cloud adoption to enterprises getting smarter about workload migration strategies,
Read more: techtarget.com

09/01/19

How to pick the best laptop
The most important things to consider.
Read more: engadget.com

07/01/19

Google+ to shut down early after privacy flaw affects over 50m users
Service to be closed four months earlier than expected
Read more: theguardian.com

04/01/19

Accidentally deleted an important document, picture or other file on a thumb drive or memory card?
These tools can help you get it back.
Read more: computerworld.com

02/01/19

This free online tool uses AI to quickly remove the background from images
A handy utility if you don't have access to Photoshop
Read more: theverge.com

28/12/18

Google Smart Lock: The complete guide
Think fast: How many times a day do you pick up your phone to look at something?
Read more: computerworld.com

26/12/18

Here's the One Android Setting Everyone Should Change
For all the criticism Android gets for not being user-friendly enough, there are a few dead-simple features in Google's mobile OS that actually one-up iOS where convenience is concerned.
Read more: tomsguide.com

24/12/18

Here's the One Android Setting Everyone Should Change
For all the criticism Android gets for not being user-friendly enough, there are a few dead-simple features in Google's mobile OS that actually one-up iOS where convenience is concerned.
Read more: tomsguide.com

21/12/18

5 free ways to clean up Windows
We show you five simple ways to make any PC or laptop faster and more responsive by using Windows' built-in tools to de-clutter your desktop and hard drive.
Read more: techadvisor.co.uk

19/12/18

What Is HTTP/2 and How Does It Affect the Internet's Future?
You may not have heard of HTTP/2 yet, but it’s the most recent update to HTTP.
Read more: makeuseof.com

17/12/18

Fake iOS Fitness Apps Steal Money
A series of iOS applications posing as fitness-tracking tools have been stealing users' money by abusing the Touch ID feature, ESET has discovered.
Read more: securityweek.com

14/12/18

Businesses warned to beware winter phishing risk
Report predicts 50 percent rise in phishing attacks over the winter months.
Read more: techradar.com

12/12/18

How to create Excel macros and automate your spreadsheets
Use macros to combine multiple tasks into a single, one-second transaction.
Read more: pcworld.com

10/12/18

How to create Excel macros and automate your spreadsheets
Use macros to combine multiple tasks into a single, one-second transaction.
Read more: pcworld.com

07/12/18

Poor Wi-Fi connectivity damaging to home life, say UK consumers
More than 40% of British families say poor Wi-Fi restricts life at home
Read more: computerweekly.com

05/12/18

Google Maps is the new social network
While Twitter tumbles and Facebook flounders, Google Maps has emerged as the best social network for businesses.
Read more: computerworld.com

03/12/18

Best secure mobile messaging apps
Stay secure online with our list of some of the best encrypted messaging apps
Read more: techworld.com

30/11/18

These are the eight trends that will shape the world in 2019
Eight of the world's most talented minds discuss tiny satellites that will revolutionise Earth-monitoring and how mothering is on the verge of monetisation.
Read more: wired.co.uk

28/11/18

Why aren't data breaches a thing of the past?
The tech industry and the billions of people who populate their platforms are undergoing a reckoning that's causing many to question the very efficacy of the digital age.
Read more: comparethecloud.net

26/11/18

Here's How You Can Get Your Tech to Work For You (Not Against You)
Technology has the potential to transform business and the way we work,
Read more: lifehacker.co.uk

23/11/18

Half of humans still lack dedicated internet access.
Despite the name, the World Wide Web ... isn't. Some 52 percent of the world — roughly 4 billion people, mostly women — don't have access to the open web.
Read more: discovermagazine.com

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22/03/19

The UK's top cybersecurity startups
Britain isn't only a major buyer for cyber security, the industry is a huge growth area for the country.
Read more: techworld.com

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