If you’ve just spent up to £600 on a new Apple Watch you’d expected it to come singing and dancing and yes, even farting, right?… Read More »Apple Watch Will Not Feature Fart Apps – Confirmed.
Microsoft have laid down a policy for their cloud network which they hope will make it easier for users to trust them when they upload their… Read More »Microsoft Adopts Cloud Privacy Standard
Just picked up a sweet set of Google Glass and think you can wear them anywhere you like? Well think again, as cinemas and theatres… Read More »New Copyright Policy Bans Google Glass From Cinemas in the U.S
Back in 2013 Nintendo imposed harsh policies on usage of content from their games on Youtube. The Japanese company claimed all ad revenue from any… Read More »Nintendo Relaxes YouTube Revenue Policy
Google has issued a warning today to users of its Blogger platform, stating that they will be cracking down on the usage of pornographic content… Read More »Google blocking Blogger sites with porn adverts from June 30th
Sir Richard Branson has prevented his name being used in on a .xxx web domain. The website which bore his namesake was being held by… Read More »Sir Richard Branson Wins in .XXX Web Domain Dispute
In a recent re-think of BBC on-demand policy, the BBC Trust has made the list of on-demand programming that can be shown on its iPlayer… Read More »Additional BBC iPlayer On-Demand Shows Make it to Sky
Apple approached US senate for the second time this week to testify on the “location tracking” row which has erupted over recent months. It was… Read More »Apple and Google stand firm before US Senate over “Location Tracking” claims