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18/04/18

The 50 best Mac tips, tricks and timesavers
Bet you didn't know your Mac could do all this
Read more: techradar.com

16/04/18

What Facebook knows about you
If the advertisements on your Facebook newsfeed appear remarkably relevant, it's because the social network giant knows you well.
Read more: techworld.com

13/04/18

Chip-and-pin payment cards can be cloned using Prilex malware
UK adopted chip and PIN cards in 2004, but criminals are now trying to break down the security barriers
Read more: computing.co.uk

11/04/18

Chip-and-pin payment cards can be cloned using Prilex malware
UK adopted chip and PIN cards in 2004, but criminals are now trying to break down the security barriers
Read more: computing.co.uk

09/04/18

How to Check Which Apps Have Your Data
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has found itself under fire
Read more: msn.com

06/04/18

UK is officially a nation of smartphone addicts
If you’ve ever tried to have a conversation with somebody glued to their screen
Read more: techdatanewsflash.co.uk

04/04/18

Best open source network monitoring tools
Demand for open source software continues to grow and network management tools have ridden that wave.
Read more: computerworlduk.com

02/04/18

My bubble wrap phone case doubles as an audio experience
Phone Case of the Month is a monthly series in which we live with, and subsequently review, our time with a phone case.
Read more: theverge.com

30/03/18

You Can and Should Hide Your Facebook and Twitter Likes
Its okay to fall out of love with social media
Read more: fieldguide.gizmodo.com

28/03/18

You Can and Should Hide Your Facebook and Twitter Likes
Its okay to fall out of love with social media
Read more: fieldguide.gizmodo.com

26/03/18

WhatsApp stopped from sharing personal data with Facebook
The Information Commissioner has completed its investigation,
Read more: nationaltechnology.co.uk

23/03/18

What's in the latest Firefox update?
With Firefox 59, Mozilla is now inviting corporate IT admins to participate in an invitation
Read more: computerworld.com

21/03/18

Smartphone-assisted neuroendoscopy
A variety of neurosurgical procedures are performed with the aid of s martphone-endoscope integration.
Read more: sciencedaily.com

19/03/18

How to increase the speed of internet on Android smartphones
We can't expect our smartphone to work all the time efficiently without any services.
Read more: gizbot.com

16/03/18

How to secure your emails
Keep your messages secure by following our tips on passwords, encryption, software and best practices for email security
Read more: computerworlduk.com

14/03/18

Google Brain's best discoveries
Google Brain's deep learning research team has a mission to "make machines intelligent and improve people's lives".
Read more: techworld.com

12/03/18

Insecure Apps that Open Ports Leave Millions of Smartphones at Risk of Hacking
A team of researchers from the University of Michigan discovered that hundreds of applications in Google Play Store have a security hole
Read more: thehackernews.com

09/03/18

Google tech used by Pentagon 'to analyse drone videos'
Google has confirmed that it is allowing the Pentagon to use some of its image recognition technologies as part of a military project.
Read more: bbc.co.uk

07/03/18

Love for free apps is stronger than our data paranoia
A majority of UK citizens are worried about mobile apps stealing personal data,
Read more: nationaltechnology.co.uk

05/03/18

How to Stop Facebook From Blasting Auto-Play Videos
Facebook plans to roll out an update that will push videos on its users harder than ever before.
Read more: tomsguide.com

02/03/18

Desktop PCs on the way out
Global shipments of desktop PCs fell by 2.7 per cent during 2017
Read more: nationaltechnology.co.uk

28/02/18

Small businesses "worryingly unprepared" for GDPR
GDPR compliance probably comes pretty far down the list of small business concerns.
Read more: computing.co.uk

26/02/18

Game Mod Developer Caught Deliberately Distributing Malware
It's sometimes genuinely odd how little attention people pay to their own industry.
Read more: extremetech.com

23/02/18

How you type with your smartphone can reveal your age
When computers hit the mainstream, the older guy in the office would always be sniggered at when bashing away on his QWERTY keyboard, only using his two index fingers to type.
Read more: techxplore.com

21/02/18

How to create mist: Photoshop effects for atmospheric landscape
There's always something to complain about when it comes to the weather.
Read more: techradar.com

19/02/18

Every cloud has a silver lining? Not if it is run by an internet giant
Like the history of electricity generation, data processing has become centralised, so shouldn't it be regulated in the same way?
Read more: theguardian.com

16/02/18

Serious Blow: FBI, CIA Warn Against Buying Huawei Phones
Purchasing a phone made by Chinese company Huawei could expose you to having your information stolen or spying, say the chiefs of the major U.S. intelligence agencies.
Read more: tomsguide.com

14/02/18

How your phone could 'see' through walls
A large radar imaging system, previously used in breast cancer detection, has been shrunk and turned into technology which can be used in the home.
Read more: bbc.co.uk

12/02/18

The best secure browsers 2018
All browsers claim to be secure these days, so is there any point in using one that majors on its security?
Read more: techworld.com

09/02/18

Microsoft poll finds technology is a problem
Microsoft has conducted research
Read more: nationaltechnology.co.uk

07/02/18

How to avoid paying Apple for extra iCloud storage
Apple offers just 5GB of free storage to iCloud users, far less than many need.
Read more: computerworld.com

05/02/18

How to Build a PC in 2018: Choosing the Right Components
When we write about the PC market at ExtremeTech, it's almost always from the DIY or enthusiast perspective.
Read more: extremetech.com

31/01/18

How to know if someone has blocked you on iPhone
Do you suspect someone has blocked you on their iPhone?
Read more: techadvisor.co.uk

29/01/18

How to securely erase hard drives, SSDs, flash drives, iPhones, iPads and Android devices
Here's everything you need to know about securely wiping hard drives (HDDs), solid state drives (SSDs), flash drives, and even iOS and Android devices.
Read more: zdnet.com

26/01/18

Web developers slam Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages internet takeover
Technologists and publishers lash out at Google for trying to take control of the web
Read more: computing.co.uk

24/01/18

WEF seeks to raise international cyber security
The World Economic Forum cyber-security report aims to encourage decision-makers from governments
Read more: techworld.com

22/01/18

How to Use Your Smartphone to Diagnose Bad Wi-Fi
IBad wi-fi got you down?
Read more: fieldguide.gizmodo.com

19/01/18

Intel fix causes reboots and slowdowns
Intel says devices are rebooting more than usual
Read more: bbc.co.uk

17/01/18

Chip vulnerability – what we know
Security flaws in the vast majority of devices have been exposed in the last few days
Read more: nationaltechnology.co.uk

15/01/18

How to Speed up Windows
10 Simple Fixes to Get a Faster Computer.
Read more: techadvisor.co.uk

12/01/18

How to remove spyware from PC or laptop
Our privacy is coming under attack from many different places.
Read more: techadvisor.co.uk

10/01/18

WPA3 to Bring Improved Wireless Security in 2018
Wi-Fi Alliance Announces WPA3, the Successor to Wi-Fi's WPA2 Security Protocol
Read more: securityweek.com

08/01/18

Massive Intel CPU Bug Leaves Kernel Vulnerable, Slows Performance
Intel's CPU security took some whacks a few months ago, with well-publicized problems with the Intel Management Engine.
Read more: extremetech.com

05/01/18

What it takes to operate on the frontlines of cybersecurity.
Modern hackers are social, curious, adaptable and motivated
Read more: techworld.com

03/01/18

Race for 'smart' hits fever pitch at electronics show.
Giving gadgets brains will be a hot theme at the Consumer Electronics Show set to open in Las Vegas
Read more: phys.org

29/12/17

How to Prevent Your Bitcoins from Being Hacked or Stolen.
The price of a single bitcoin surged to more than $17,000 in early December, and (for now) it is still going up.
Read more: tomsguide.com

27/12/17

WhatsApp will no longer work on these phones from New Year's Eve.
A list of affected phone systems has been released.
Read more: mirror.co.uk

22/12/17

Do you need antivirus on Android?
Antivirus programs are critical for desktop operating systems such as Windows
Read more: techadvisor.co.uk

20/12/17

Apple Reportedly Throttling Older iPhones.
If the latest data from Geekbench is any indication, Apple is making some behind-the-scenes changes that impact its elder iPhones.
Read more: tomsguide.com

18/12/17

How to build the ultimate gaming PC for Star Wars: Battlefront 2.
Star Wars hype is once again through the roof, thanks to the double whammy of the brand new
Read more: techradar.com

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18/04/18

The 50 best Mac tips, tricks and timesavers
Bet you didn't know your Mac could do all this
Read more: techradar.com

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