Category Archives: Technology

Home Broadband is Slower and More Expensive in The US

Bad news for American readers: a new study has confirmed that home broadband is more expensive in the US than in countries abroad.  What’s worse, America’s broadband is generally worse and slower too. The …

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Raspberry Pi: 1 Million Made in the UK

The millionth Raspberry Pi microcomputer has been made in the UK, a pretty big landmark for the cheap PC. Our favourite micro PC announced that it had sold one million devices back in January, …

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Apple Smartwatch Rumoured To Have Flexible Screen

New reports suggest that Apple’s upcoming smartwatch may have a plastic, flexible OLED screen, to set it ahead of other similar devices. The hotly rumoured smartwatch device from Apple – dubbed the iWatch – …

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Dropbox to Automatically Save Your Screenshots, As Well As Photos

Popular file-sharing service Dropbox has announced a new update, which will allow its users to automatically save any screenshots they take directly to the cloud. Dropbox already offers a feature called Camera Uploads, where …

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UK 4G Rollout: O2 and Vodafone Expand Today

UK smartphone and tablet users can look forward to the next phase of the 4G launch over the coming weekend.   It’s taken a long time for 4G to get off the ground here, …

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Google Bought Smartwatch Company WIMM Labs Last Year

Google has been revealed as the buyer of the smartwatch makers WIMM Labs, in a deal that was finalised more than a year ago. WIMM Labs was bought out in the summer of 2012, …

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Google Glass to Have ‘Pay-Per-Gaze’ Advertising

Advertising is everywhere we look: on the TV, in newspapers and magazines, and on billboards.  The rise of the internet has meant a whole new host of ways for advertisers to get their message …

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Use PayPal on Your Smartphone to Make Payments

PayPal’s ‘check in’ app, to allow you to buy goods and services using your smartphone, has been launched in the UK. The ‘check in to pay’ system already exists across the US and Australia, …

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Google to Provide Starbucks With Free Wi-Fi Hotspots

Google has announced today that it will supply the Wi-Fi to all U.S. Starbucks locations, replacing AT&T’s deal with the coffee shop chain. The move means that Google will start providing free Wi-Fi hotspots …

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