Microsoft’s historic ending of support for Windows XP generated headlines the world over, sparking Y2K like concerns over instant virus attacks on the day the… Read More »Microsoft: Support is Ending for IE8, IE9, IE10
Do you ever get sick of filtering through the miles and miles of drivel on your Facebook News Feed, just to find that little nugget… Read More »Facebook Introduce Save – For When Your News Feed Isn’t Enough
Y’know when you connect your laptop to your TV to watch films on the big screen? Have you ever thought how cool it would be… Read More »Chromecast Launch Mirroring for Android Devices
Google Play Movies is spreading its wings and landing in another 21 countries. That means the service is now available in 90 markets worldwide. Also… Read More »Google Play Movies Launched in 21 New Markets
In August last year Three (the mobile network, not the number) decided to remove data roaming charges in 11 countries, the US, Indonesia, Sri Lanka,… Read More »Three Drops Roaming Charges in France, Switzerland, Israel, Finland and Norway
Although it seems not many people care about the privacy settings on their social networking accounts, it’s nice to have the option of who you… Read More »Facebook’s Default Post Privacy Settings Change to Friends Only
If you’re always stuck on frustrating websites such as firstgroup.com or thetrainline.com looking to organise your next journey, fear no more, as Google’s next Maps App update… Read More »Google Maps App Gets UK Public Transport Integration
Microsoft issued another warning today only a short while after the Heart bleed bug was identified. This latest vulnerability is present in all versions of… Read More »New “zero-day” flaw identified in Microsoft Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11
Google has swooped in, stealing a deal to acquire Titan Aerospace from under the wing of Facebook..
Sky TV customers in the UK will soon be getting a new slew of adverts thanks to Sky’s new AdSmart features that will target each… Read More »Sky AdSmart brings regional, age and demographic-targeted adverts to Sky TV programs
Microsoft releases a range of wearable gear spoofing the famous Google logo in response to user privacy concerns..