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Fintech startup Goodbox raises £1m
Manchester fintech startup GoodBox has reached its £1 million funding target on leading investment platform Seedrs to expand the team in all areas.
Read more: uktech.news


It Will Take More Than Technological Determinism To Build The Future Of Work
It’s easy to get excited about new tech and inventions, especially in the world of work.
Read more: imaginationmatters.org


Real Buyer Perspectives in Your Space
Challenge: Lack of clear insight impacts everything you do.
Read more: techtarget.com


How to DELETE 99.9% of Your Digital Footprint from the internet
It is compelling reading for anyone who is worried about the threat of hackers, as well as the way their digital footprint is being used to bombard them with targeted ads.
Read more: interestingengineering.com


How to squeeze the most from your smartphone's battery
Phone keep running out of juice?
Read more: wired.co.uk


How Can Consumers Stay Safe When Shopping Online?
As headlines keep reminding us of the latest hacker attacks and data breach incidents, consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the dangers that lie ahead in the digital age.
Read more: comparethecloud.net


Instagram Feature You Probably Didn't Use Often To Go Away Soon
The “Following” tab on Instagram is going away this week, according to BuzzFeed News.
Read more: forbes.com


Malware Mousetrap – how to catch a hi-tech hacker
Bait with cheese: malware traps and spam nets
Read more: comparethecloud.net


Google Maps is flooded with 'millions' of fake business listings
A new WSJ report estimates millions of Google listings contain false information.
Read more: engadget.com


G Suite domains lack end-to-end encryption
Ex-Google staffer claims data stored in Google Docs and other G Suite apps isn't as private as users might think
Read more: computing.co.uk


PlayStation 5 vs Project Scarlett: Which console will be best?
The next-gen console war is about to begin.
Read more: digitalspy.com


Where Do You Shop for Deals?
13 Bargain Websites That Are Cheaper Than eBay
Read more: makeuseof.com


Why you shouldn't save passwords in your browser
But there’s a very good reason why you should never allow a web browser to remember your passwords; it's very easy for someone else to view these stored passwords.
Read more: clickedonline.co.uk


How to Set Up Your Computer to Auto-Restart After a Power Outage
Aside from malware and viruses, nothing has the potential to be more dangerous to your computer's health than power outages.
Read more: technewsworld.com


VPN users: If you're on Fortinet, Palo Alto, Pulse Secure, patch now, warns spy agency
As ZDNet reported in September, a group of Chinese state-backed hackers known as APT5 have been attacking enterprise VPN servers
Read more: zdnet.com


Warning over Reductor malware that manipulates browsers' random number generator to hijack HTTPS traffic
Researchers at Kaspersky have discovered new malware that, they claims, can decode encrypted TLS traffic on-the-fly without having to intercept it.
Read more: computing.co.uk


PayPal may be getting cold feet over Facebook's 'cryptocurrency' Libra
Facebook’s 'cryptocurrency' Libra is reportedly on the verge of losing.
Read more: thenextweb.com


Cyber and AI are top compliance concerns
Cyber security risk and artificial intelligence (AI) are amongst the top business concerns of compliance and procurement professionals, according to new research.
Read more: nationaltechnology.co.uk


The best Google Assistant compatible tech to build out your smart home
Google Assistant is the best voice assistant around.
Read more: wired.co.uk


Google Search Will Now Find Key Moments Inside Of YouTube Videos…
Why this is important for your business?
Read more: forbes.com


'Right to be forgotten' on Google only applies in EU, court rules
Europe’s top court says firm does not have to take sensitive information off global search.
Read more: theguardian.com


Misconfigured Google Calendars leaking private information of thousands of users
Security researcher claims to have found more than 200 calendars leaking information that should be private.
Read more: computing.co.uk


How to Stop Spam Emails in Gmail
You'd think that email spam would be a solved problem by now, yet it persists.
Read more: makeuseof.com


What's in the latest Chrome update?
No EVs, that's what
Read more: itworld.com


How Social Media Marketers Found Success With Facebook Groups
The social network's new site and app design places private messaging and groups at the center.
Read more: adweek.com


Why you shouldn't save passwords in your browser
This can be done by someone at your computer or by a hacker remotely.
Read more: clickedonline.co.uk


Find out when your phone will get the Android 10 update
Google has finally released the newest version of its mobile operating system.
Read more: wired.co.uk


Facebook joins Microsoft to combat deepfakes
Facebook has launched a partnership with Microsoft and artificial intelligence (AI) researchers from Oxford, UC Berkeley and MIT to combat the online phenomenon of 'deepfakes'.
Read more: nationaltechnology.co.uk


How do I set up an ergonomic home office?
Polly wants to dump her laptop for a more ergonomic computer due to neck and shoulder pain
Read more: theguardian.com


Guidemaster: The best keyboards, mice, and more for your gaming PC
Gaming PCs need a lot of extras—here are the best ones we could find.
Read more: arstechnica.com


Online marketplace heycar launches in the UK
A new online marketplace for used cars has launched in the UK.
Read more: uktech.news


4 Ways to Sync and Upload Photos to Cloud Storage on Android
If someone stole your phone tomorrow, or you dropped it in water and destroyed it, how many precious photos would you lose?
Read more: makeuseof.com


Could That GIF Get You Sued?
After Pizza Hut was called out by a content creator, a lawyer shares some guidelines for marketers
Read more: adweek.com


New class of cloud security suite promises next-gen protection
Nemertes analyst John Burke points CIOs to a new type of cloud security
Read more: techtarget.com


What happens when cyber attackers reach quantum-advantage?
Aerospace and defence group Thales is investing in a large ecosystem...
Read more: computerworld.com


Slack announces new security features
Slack has announced a set of new configurable security features...
Read more: uktech.news


New class of cloud security suite promises next-gen protection
According to Nemertes Research's cloud research, 2019 is the year the average enterprise has more than half its...
Read more: techtarget.com


How to Trace Emails Back to Their Source IP Address
The first thing you do when you hear that email notification is check the sender, right?
Read more: makeuseof.com


How to Download YouTube Videos as MP4s on Android Phones
YouTube videos don't need to stay on YouTube
Read more: tomsguide.com


How to Switch Your Data from an iPhone to Android or Vice Versa
dr.fone- Switch makes the process of switching between devices significantly easier and less tedious.
Read more: interestingengineering.com


Nearly 90% say AI needs human supervision
A survey of UK consumers has revealed that 86 per cent think that the rise in artificial intelligence (AI) requires more accountability from government
Read more: nationaltechnology.co.uk


WhatsApp is reportedly building a desktop version that works without your phone
In 2015, WhatsApp released a web version that mirrored the conversation from the mobile app
Read more: thenextweb.com


How to take control of Face ID (with tools you may not know exist)
These two tips make it much easier to secure your device and its contents when you are on the move.
Read more: computerworld.com


Privacy? Watchdogs? Fines? Whatever, nerds, more people than ever are using Facebook and filling its deep coffers
Facebook is stronger than ever, despite the best efforts of the US government to rein it in over privacy and legal violations.
Read more: theregister.co.uk


Your online shopping will soon require more than just a bank card
From September online payments totalling more than €30 will need to be authorised with more than your credit card.
Read more: wired.co.uk


New 'highly targeted' mobile malware, dubbed 'Monokle', linked to Russian hackers
Researchers believe the malware was created by STC, a Russian company accused of interfering in the 2016 US presidential election
Read more: computing.co.uk


How to prevent negative seller feedback on Amazon
Amazon encourages sellers to resolve any situations involving negative feedback
Read more: tamebay.com


11 Things Your Laptop Can Do That You Might Not Know About
Sure, you may have had your Windows or macOS laptop for years and years, but have you actually explored every utility and feature it’s got to offer?
Read more: gizmodo.co.uk


Why Incognito Mode Doesn't Actually Protect Your Privacy
Think you are safe using the Internet on incognito mode? It might not be as secure as you think.
Read more: interestingengineering.com


Google Analytics tips:
How to use Google Analytics effectively
Read more: techworld.com



Fintech startup Goodbox raises £1m
Manchester fintech startup GoodBox has reached its £1 million funding target on leading investment platform Seedrs to expand the team in all areas.
Read more: uktech.news

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