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Google has a plan to make your account even more secure

By |October 1st, 2017|

Right now two-factor authentication is the best way of protecting your Google account, where you need your email address, your password, and a specific code generated by your phone to gain access to your Google stuff on a new computer – if your password leaks out, you should still be covered.

Now Bloomberg is reporting […]

Google is Siri's favorite search engine again

By |September 26th, 2017|

Poor Bing. Microsoft's underdog search engine used to have a quiet home on iOS and Spotlight for the Mac, but Apple today said in a statement to TechCrunch that it's parting ways with Bing for most search services. 

Basically, this means that when Siri gives you a list of search results rather than answering your […]

Thoughts on Facebook’s nine plans to suppress election interference

By |September 22nd, 2017|

Election meddling is Facebook’s subsequent adversary, and it is bought a prepare to attack it just like it did with phony news. Methods to each these scourges come far too late to avert tampering that may possibly have aided Donald Trump successful the presidency — but at minimum Fb is owning up to the […]

The best BT broadband and Infinity deals in September 2017

By |September 21st, 2017|

BT is one of the first names you think of when choosing a broadband provider and its range of packages is varied. If you want BT internet, you can narrow down the best deals above – enter your postcode and we'll do the rest.

We've found all of the cheapest prices currently on offer for […]

Keybase launches thoroughly encrypted Slack-like communications software — and it’s free of charge

By |September 18th, 2017|

Keybase added to its encrypted software kit now when it released Keybase Teams, an open supply, Slack-like communications software with finish-to-finish encryption. Desktop and mobile variations are available for down load now.

It may well appear like competing with Slack, the enormously popular enterprise communications software would be a fool’s errand for Keybase. But by making […]

JP Morgan CEO publicly denounces Bitcoin as 'currency for criminals'

By |September 16th, 2017|

 While the rest of the world is racing to invest in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, the boss of America’s largest bank believes that Bitcoin is a scam that is doomed to fail.

Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JP Morgan, shared his thoughts on cryptocurrency during a conference in New York, revealing that he […]

Fb Messenger Day hits 70M daily buyers as the application reaches 1.3B monthlies

By |September 14th, 2017|

Fb has eventually discovered how its Snapchat Stories clone is doing, though it is not looking at the similar explosive advancement as Instagram or WhatApp’s versions. Messenger Day now sees 70 million daily buyers submitting and viewing pics and video clip slideshows six months right after start.

For comparison, Instagram Stories took just two months […]

Best Australian broadband & NBN plans compared: Updated September 2017

By |September 11th, 2017|

Finding the best broadband internet deals can be a bit of a minefield because there are so many options. If the NBN rollout has finally brought fibre broadband to your area, should you actually get it? Or should you opt for the Cable plan that could get you speeds of up to 100Mbps instead? […]

Twitter has an unlaunched tweetstorm element

By |September 10th, 2017|

Subverting the 140 character restrict by chaining tweets with each other into a cohesive “tweetstorm” will take some know-how, or you are going to screw it up. Fortunately Twitter has crafted but not nevertheless released a element for easily composing tweetstorms. Concealed inside of the recent Android app is a way to compose out […]

Twitter delivers its dark ‘Night mode’ concept to the website

By |September 6th, 2017|

Twitter’s dark-toned ‘Night mode’ interface concept is now rolling out to its website customer, right after debuting 1st on its Apple iphone and Android apps. The dark concept will let you more simply monitor important serious-time facts from your Batcave to aid make absolutely sure Gotham is secure if you happen to be Batman […]

YouTube's live streaming heads to iPhone and cuts out the lag, improves the chat

By |September 6th, 2017|

As live streaming competition continues to heat up, YouTube is adding new features that make broadcasting content not just easier, but faster.

Rolling out starting today, YouTube is adding a new ultra-low latency feature and more chat moderation tools to help out streamers while they're on-air, according to the service's official blog.

It's also finally adding […]

Twitter has a huge bot challenge

By |September 2nd, 2017|

Twitter bots – robots that interact with human beings – have a lengthy historical past. The Twitter API is relatively effortless to use (I manufactured a bot that performs Zork with a close friend two many years back) and there is tiny protection against creating new accounts instantly. This relieve of use used to […]

The best cheap broadband only deals in September 2017

By |September 1st, 2017|

All of the major players on the telecommunications scene now offer broadband, TV and phone package deals. But if you don't use a home phone and are happy with the standard TV channels, a home broadband only contract is all you'll need.

Use our postcode checker above to filter down the broadband deals available to […]

Tinder Gold, which lets you see who has favored you, launches right now in U.S.

By |August 29th, 2017|

As Rafiki after claimed, “It is time.”

Tinder Gold, the dating app’s new premium membership tier (which contains a attribute that lets you see who’s by now favored you without any swiping) is lastly rolling out to the U.S.

Tinder Gold and Likes You were originally analyzed in Argentina, Australia, Canada and Mexico at the end […]