Are we Running out of Radio Frequency Space?

As demand for new mobile services grow, can the UK's limited radio frequencies keep up with technological development? Or will there be a serious shortage of RF space in the very...
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The difference between GDPR and DPA

May 2018 will see a major sea change in data protection laws as GDPR is ushered into being. The European wide General Data Protection Regulations will replace the current UK Data Protection...

Ebuyer to sell Ubuntu Laptop

  Ebuyer are delighted to announce we will be the first UK retailer to sell a manufacturer-installed ‘Ubuntu OS’ computer. The HP 255 G1 is available for pre-order today for £219.99 and will...
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Retro Reboot

Some pieces of tech are unforgettable, and with the relaunch of the Nokia 3310 stirring up some seriously nostalgic feelings, we were curious to find out exactly what retro gadgets tech...

CD Ripping is Illegal Again

It may seem like second nature to most, but the legalities of ripping media from CDs and DVDs has been at the centre of a huge legal wrangle over the past...

Computer on a Stick- From Google

Google have announced a new budget-priced range of devices. Undoubtedly the most exciting comes in the form of the ‘Chromebit.’ Essentially a computer on a memory stick, Google have met a...

Disposable Flash Drives- The future of physical data transfer?

In 2011 Russian concept designers ART Lebedv came up with the idea of a cardboard USB stick. The eco option for a throwaway device captured the imagination of tech users and...

Top 10 UK Technology Blogs

Good morning all. To kick start the week, we thought we'd share with you the cream of the crop of UK Technology Bloggers! Most of the major Technology Blogs and Sites are...

Gmail detail leaked, Are you safe?

  Gmail users are being advised to update their security details after a database containing both usernames and passwords was hacked and exposed on a Russian website. Just under 5 million Gmail...

Are computer icons outdated?

A debate has been raging on Twitter this week about the relevance of some of our most commonly used computer icons. The #TechDebate started after a question was posed about the...

Jibo – The First Family Robot

Wall-E, I-Robot and Flubber all feature robots that people have grown to love, but now hopes of having your own robot to help out and communicate with you is a reality...

PC-Killing Virus Rombertik Discovered

A new piece of deadly malware has been discovered that renders PCs unusable should there be any attempt to shut it down. Named Rombertik, the invasive virus is able to avoid...

World’s fastest network cable

A team of Dutch and American researchers have developed the world’s fastest network cable using multi strands of fibre optics. The super-speed cable can transfer data at 255 terabits per second (tbps)....

Will the Kill Switch Make Phone Thefts Pointless?

Mobile phone theft could be a thing a past after both Google and Microsoft agreed to add remote operated ‘kill switches’ to their smartphone operating systems. The feature allows owners the chance...

Should 3D printing be monitored?

3D printers, the key to creating anything you can want out of plastic with just by a few clicks of a button and a blueprint. But is this world of 3D...

Will we see esports on TV?

It may not be the most traditional exhibition of sporting prowess, but professional gaming and the world of esports has had a tremendous growth period over the last decade. However, as...

Roundup: iPod Touch 6th Generation Rumours

Over the past month we have given you the low-down on the latest rumours surrounding the new iPhone 6 and a series of next generation iPads, and now it’s time to...

The watch that doesn’t tell time

The watch that doesn’t tell time If you ever thought those minimalistic numberless were ridiculous, take a look at this from Norwegian designer’s skrekkogle. Meet the watch that doesn’t tell time. The Durr...

Why has the Wii U flopped?

Nintendo has confirmed what has been on the horizon for years- The Wii U, is a flop. The Japanese company have admitted sales of the Wii U console have not met management’s...

Sony Slips Deeper into Financial Difficulties

Japanese tech firm Sony has continued its slide from former market juggernaut to tech has-been with the release of its latest quarterly figures. Sony’s reported overall operating loss of $785 million came...