New 1-Terabit satellites to deliver internet to remote areas

Remote areas will soon be getting a speed boost in internet as new 1-terabit satellites are announced following a partnership between ViaSat and Boeing. Each satellite in the network will…

USB Type-C killing computers

USB type-C is the new USB standard promising 40gbps throughput and supporting everything from storage devices to screens, it’s reversible (removing that tedious moment when you try and plug it…

Hackers move Russian Ruble-Dollar rate

Details are emerging that hackers have used malware to move the Ruble-Dollar rate by 15 percent in mere minutes. This isn’t the first time which the cyber world and physical…

Microsoft announces plans to turn on Yammer by default for Office 365 commercial customers

Microsoft have now announced their plans to push their business social networking service ‘Yammer’ by default for all commercial customers using their Office 365 package. Acquiring Yammer in 2012 for…

Microsoft begins Surface Pro power cord recall

Reports are emerging that Microsoft has followed through on its promise to recall power cords for its Surface Pro laptop tablet hybrids. The devices, running windows 8 or 10 predominantly,…

Google to take on unwanted, fake download buttons and ads

Google, creators of the popular web browser ‘Chrome’ have announced plans to begin to tackle one of the more common issues on the internet – the fake download button. In…

Windows XP found alive running Russian Spacecraft simulator

Windows XP, the 15 year old Microsoft Windows operating system is still refusing to leave us, despite the OS support being ended in 2014. Nearly 2 years on from the…

Repaired iPhones being bricked by new apple update

Reports are flying around the internet of a new update for the Apple iPhone 6 phones which is rendering the handset useless. The update appears to only affect iPhones which…

BT Infinity down

BT today appears to be having serious broadband outages across the UK, with people reporting a ‘Nationwide’ outage and more than 12,000 reports of service problems via the monitoring site…

eBay bug allows hackers to distribute malware and phishing campaigns

Popular auction website ‘eBay’ has been found to contain a bug within listings, allowing attackers to embed potentially malicious Javascript code. Security researchers over at Check Point have discovered the…


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