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Editorial The Web

Digital’s Dark Side: Preventing Cyber Crimes

Our digital age can be a double-edged sword. Technological innovations have given us the ability to make life easier, faster and more intuitive. However, at the rate we’re evolving, it’s difficult to keep our virtual selves safe as cyber criminals are advancing just as fast as our defence measures. The Ashley Madison leak A recent […]

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Editorial Gaming Guest Article

5 Gaming Gadgets You Should Keep Your Eyes On In 2015

There is always something new and exciting going on in the world of gaming. While the world did just receive the all new Xbox One and the PS4 recently, it does not mean that we are going to be without exceptional gadgets to come in the near future. Yes, it means that we are not […]

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Editorial Smartphones & Tablets Tablets

Typing on iPad Mini: On-screen keyboard vs. Bluetooth keyboards. What’s Better?

For a long time I’ve been a huge fan of using Bluetooth keyboards for getting work done on my iPads. The tactile keys feel so much more natural to work with than pressing on glass, and there are plenty of keyboard shortcuts that make it convenient to use. The one major thing Bluetooth keyboards don’t […]

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Audio Editorial Streaming Services

Goodbye Spotify, Hello Tidal?

Tidal is a new lossless streaming platform that offers an audiophile experience that is at least CD quality with access to, reputedly, 25 million   tracks. It also offers a video streaming service with access to 75,000 videos, an area I have not particularly explored in this review. I’ll cut to the chase. I’m a Spotify […]

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Editorial Hints & Tips Home & Entertainment Networking

How To Improve Home WiFi With An 802.11ac Router

We’ve never had much luck with the internet at home. If it isn’t poor service from the ISP (Internet Service Provider), it’s a really crappy WiFi signal that keeps dropping off, thanks to a mediocre router we’ve been given by the ISP in the first place. We currently use Virgin Media’s 60MB Fibre Optic broadband, and […]

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Editorial Google News The Web

I’m Happy To Give Google Access To My Personal Data. What About You?

Google recently played a role in the arrest of a sex offender, but their intervention makes me wonder about the extent to which Google (and other tech companies for that matter) are using the data they have about us.

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Computing Editorial Laptops

3 Reasons Why You Should Buy A Chromebook

Like it or not, everything is moving online and that’s where the appeal of a Chromebook comes in. Priced at around £200, they cost about half the price of a decent Windows-based laptop and to top it off, Chromebooks tend to be much faster, thanks to their Solid State Drives (SSDs) and light operating system.