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The launch of the latest BlackBerry OS – BlackBerry 10 – on Jan 30 is almost upon us. So what do we know for sure and what are some of the more credible rumours? Read on to find out…
Con artists and fraudsters have become increasingly sophisticated with their internet scams, costing the UK economy £73bn a year. Watch out for the tell-tale signs of an internet scam and protect yourself with these tips…
But what were the best apps released this year? Well, read on to find out!
Are the PCI DSS standards a hindrance to small businesses? It doesn't have to be.
An explanation of the maximum number of characters which can be used in an SMS message and the impact of different encoding alphabets.
Increase your understanding of business compliance laws in the US, with this quick guide…
A post about the iPhone 5's wideband audio calling and the new Opus codec which will be used in Skype. Both have been designed to give significantly better audio quality.
The aim of the National Cyber Security Awareness campaign in October is to make businesses think about their cyber security defence.
Thinking of sticking with Windows 7 when 8 is released? Here are 5 essential tips to making it a more pleasurable experience.
You may not know it, but you can do more with a USB than just save your word documents on it. Here are 5 of the best uses.
Many of us have used FTP before and have a basic understanding that it is a system used to send files over the internet, but beyond that simple explanation, just what exactly is it and how does it work?
This is beginners guide to getting online and using the internet
Public wifi hotspots are great, but do you know what dangers they present? Use these 6 tips to keep hackers from accessing your sensitive information.
Some general information on the most common audio codecs currently in use.
Information and speculation about how super-fast 4G mobile phone networks will affect video chat on mobile phones.
The different types of wireless internet security settings can be a little confusing at first glance. This article will give you a little background on the main types of wireless internet security settings and why you should try to use WPA2 and a MAC filter where possible.