Dating website OKCupid has been doing a little social media manipulation, making tech fans recall when Facebook also performed some news feed manipulation in the… Read More »OKCupid Experiment Alters User Profiles
Do you remember the piracy adverts that you used to get at the beginning of VHS tapes – You know, the one with the upbeat… Read More »London Police Team Up With Project Sunblock to Fight Websites Committing Piracy
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
BlackBerry seems to have been a little slow on the uptake when it comes to their phones features and capabilities. It took them a fair… Read More »BlackBerry Finally Introduce a Voice Assistant!
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
The BBC is reporting that Google is much more reluctant to remove links under the EU ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling than previously thought, even… Read More »Google Restores Right to be Forgotten Links After Media Outcry
Microsoft is giving its US console gamers a gentle nudge in the 4th gen direction, trying to persuade them to make the switch from their… Read More »Microsoft Pick Their Favourite US Customers For $75 Promo Code
It’s been a long time since any major updates have come out for YouTube beyond cosmetic or social aspects. Although resolution quality has been given… Read More »YouTube Update Adds 60fps Playback and Donations
After an initial launch in the U.S last week Facebook’s answer to Snapchat has just launched worldwide for Apple iPhones and Android-based smartphones.
When you’re excited to go globetrotting one of the last things you think of is your data plan, you’re far too busy planning your big… Read More »Explora the States and Forget your Data Plan