Feb 28, 2016, 3:56 PM
This year is set to be a big growth year for so called ‘smart technologies’ from tooth brushes that spot dirty teeth to fridges that will tell you when there’s a problem with the temperature there certainly are a vast array of devices claiming to be smart becoming available. But are they really all that?
Dec 16, 2015, 10:03 PM
Tis the season to go shopping and this year we will be spending many billions online but have you as a customer thought how safe are you online? As a business are you really doing your best to preserve your customer’s best interests when shopping online?
Dec 6, 2015, 3:23 PM
As with most people working in the IT sector there comes certain times of the year when I will be asked the following question “I’m looking at buy [name/family title] a computer for Christmas, what one should I get?”, so today I’d like to write a little bit of a guide to getting the best computer for the person.
Nov 22, 2015, 3:11 PM
To those who know me personally they’ll know I’m actually somewhat of a rarity in the world. I prefer Microsoft products, I’m typing this on a custom Windows 10 PC, wearing a Microsoft band surrounded by a couple of old phones, a LG e900 and a Lumia 735, aka Windows phones and when I’m not working I do love a game of Halo 5 on my Xbox one. You see where I’m going with this. So it should come as a surprise that I’m currently using an iPhone 5S and looking at buying a 6S.
Tech Thoughts: Why Theresa May and the snooping charter are awful and won't help the security services
Nov 8, 2015, 1:14 PM
We live in interesting times, worrying times in fact. The UK Governments decision to force ISPs to log the web usage of every one of their customers is something that I do not believe is the morally right, even in the face of obvious difficulty faced by MI5 etc.