Soundcloud GO is announced – a new music subscription service
Soundcloud have announced their new music streaming service which is similar to Spotify or Apple Music at a comparable cost of £9.99. They are entering into an already saturated market but hope to attract customers with a 30 day free trial and the facility to download and save music on their phones to use offline.
New mobile phone scam that leaves you £300 out of pocket
Thousands of mobile phone users are being targeted by a shocking new scam that leaves them with an enormous bill for a phone call that they haven’t made. The mobile phone scam involves the victim receiving a phone call that lasts typically a fraction of a second, and so is not answered, but shows on […]
Google’s Android N is announced.
It has been announced that the new version of Android is now available as a developer preview. It is following in the footsteps of it’s predecessors along the alphabetical route not surprisingly, only to be named Android N at this stage. Could it be Android Nougat or more aptly Android Nerds?
Are Chatbots the future of Customer Service?
Chatbots are becoming more commonplace, but do we prefer an actual person on the end of the phone? The concept is that it is an artificial intelligence computer software program that is able to communicate with humans. Recent breakthroughs in A.I. such as neural networks and the ability to learn has meant the robots have leapt forward in their ability to learn […]
Free Microsoft Windows 10 countdown – only 97 days left
Windows 10 is still free. But in 98 days the deadline ends for those who want to upgrade from their Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 to the latest Microsoft operating system. Once again we have compiled the most important information about the Windows 10 upgrade for you.
What can we learn from the Panama Papers leak to protect data?
There has been speculation that the leak of data from the Panamanian company, Mossack Fonseca, may have been due to it’s email servers being compromised. However it happened, it is clearly a huge problem for the company and its clients as 2.6 terabytes of data was stolen.
Vision of driverless cars gets a step closer to reality
There is a real prospect that driverless cars could soon be appearing on Europe’s roads and the hope is that they will cut down on accidents and fatalities. Road safety is a serious issue in Europe with 26,000 people killed in vehicle-related accidents last year. While driving in Europe is,comparatively, very safe, the number of fatalities is not falling […]
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New Blu-Ray UHD players mean you can watch movie blockbusters in 4K
4K TVs have already found a place in many living rooms but getting films and other content that makes use of the ultra high-definition form onto your screen has not been at all straightforward. Material is available, but it’s massive, so you also need a super-fast broadband connection to get it downloaded.