It's back! After a couple of months of us yearning, BT has reintroduced its hottest reward card offer. Sign up for BT Infinity fibre broadband by midnight on Thursday July 27 and you'll be sent a pre-paid £150 Mastercard. That makes this the best superfast fibre broadband deal out there right now.
Infinity 1 costs […]
'Britain's lowest priced Sky Sports bundle'. That's how TalkTalk is promoting its latest broadband and TV deal, and as far as catch-lines go, we have to admit it's pretty strong. Especially when you consider that it coincides with the day that Sky has completely relaunched its sports channels.
So how low is lowest? Add all […]
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed a major rollback of net neutrality laws, and in protest the public along with some of the biggest companies in the world are taking a stance during the Net Neutrality Day of Action.
The protests range in arguably how effective they are, but the point is the same: […]
Update: Amazon Prime Day is coming up fast! When it hits, you should be able to find great deals on all Amazon devices – including the Amazon Fire TV Stick.
Having a hard time figuring out which streaming device is right for you? We don't blame you. It seems like every year there are another […]
We all know about Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but what about Amazon Prime Day? If you’re not familiar with Prime Day, it’s when Amazon goes mad for 24 hours and offers big discounts on things you might actually want to buy.
The event has garnered a lot of attention in the international market already […]
Finding the best broadband internet deals can be a bit of a minefield – there are so many options. Do you need superfast fibre broadband? Is cheaper ADSL enough? Should you go for a cheap £18.99 per month broadband only deal, or add TV to your package?
We're here to help you make that decision. […]
Virgin has urged 800,000 of its customers to change their passwords to protect against a vulnerability that leaves its Super Hub 2 routers vulnerable to hackers.
The router is the one piece of most people's tech setup that they're happy to just use the default password with; it’s inadvisable but usually not that dangerous. Not […]
You can check into some unusual locations and maybe get your accommodation on the cheap if you choose Airbnb over a standard hotel or hostel, but on the other hand you're putting a lot of trust in the owner of the property. Hosts also have to trust guests to leave everything as they found […]
Microsoft is augmenting Edge with another feature from digital assistant Cortana so you can save a few bucks while shopping (and maybe convince you to actually use the internet browser).
The tech giant is rolling out a pilot feature for Microsoft Edge that allows Cortana to compare prices for merchandise on the web.
The feature works […]
Remember WannaCry? The huge ransomware attack, which caused chaos last month, mainly affected Windows 7 PCs, with the latest Windows release being immune thanks to its beefier security – but that has now changed, as security researchers have ported the malware over to Windows 10.
Well, to be precise, the folks at RiskSense have adapted […]
Call it a reward, call it an incentive, call it a bribe. To be honest, you can call it what you like – all we know is that if you sign up for BT Infinity fibre broadband by midnight on Thursday June 8, you'll be sent a £150 Reward Card.
It only takes a quick […]
Google has begun rolling out a new Personal tab on its search results page, so users can quickly switch to looking through their own stuff rather than the web at large: items from Gmail, Google Photos and other Google services are included.
The search capabilities aren't actually new – you've long been able to search […]
Because constantly swapping passwords and usernames can be a pain (if not also a security risk), Google is adding new ways for families to share information with one another while staying logged-on to their own private Google Accounts.
Starting today, Google is rolling out ways to include family members when you use Google Photos, Google […]
Three weeks after announcing its plans to the public, the Federal Communications Commission has taken its first step in dismantling Obama-era net neutrality regulations classifying internet service providers (ISPs) as a utility.
The decision was made in a 2-1 vote, with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai (pictured above) and Commissioner Michael O'Rielly approving plans to remove […]