There’s nothing better than watching a decent horror movie. A horror movie that forces you to sleep with the light on after watching it. A horror movie that latches onto your deepest, primal fears, pokes and prods at your psyche, strangles you with fear and raises your heart rate to palpitation levels. These types […]
Lately, we’ve been hearing about some huge DDoS attacks, but apparently these could be regarded as relative small fry thanks to a freshly discovered amplification technique which is ripe to be fully exploited.
This new hatful of DDoS hell comes in the form of a zero-day attack vector that leverages the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol […]
Google has yet another router, but this time it’s more affordable. Meet Google Wifi, which starts at just $129, significantly lower than Google’s other, pricier line of OnHub routers.
You’ll be able to pre-order Google Wifi in November from the Google Store, Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart and the devices will ship in December. […]
Is big data getting too big? A whopping 90% of all existing data in the world was produced in just the last two years – and only 20% of it is being used. With big data analytics unable to keep pace, this exponential rise is proving impossible to cope with, and there’s one very […]
Facebook has a history of separating specific features from its mobile app to make stand-alone apps. Users may remember the consternation they felt when social network first removed Messenger from the main Facebook app. Then it created a Groups app and today, it’s releasing a brand-new Events app.
Facebook says more than 100 million […]
Shopify, which helps small businesses hit the web with an attractive site and easy-to-navigate digital storefront, is taking things to the next level by allowing shops to sell directly through a new platform: Facebook Messenger.
Though the service has had the ability to chat with customers via Messenger before, Shopify’s new venture allows retailers have […]
Twitter is testing a way to provide more context for what’s trending by using the title of a matching Moment as a description, TechRadar has learned.
On Friday, we noticed the trend for basketball player Ben Simmons had a short blurb below it: “No. 1 draft pick Ben Simmons fractures his foot.” Typically, the […]
This article is part of our TechRadar North column, a series focusing on the development of the North of England’s digital sector.
Each September sees the UK’s university towns and cities flooded with students. Many push the thought of revising to the backs of their minds to instead focus on social activities far removed from […]
It might not be the next Daredevil or House of Cards, but Netflix’s latest production, called Meridian, might end up having the biggest impact on the world of video streaming.
But whereas a show like Orange is the New Black pushed the boundaries of diversity in television, Meridian is looking to push the boundaries […]
Introduction and cloud farms
Moo-ve over, runners and joggers – you’re not the only ones who are wearing a Fitbit, Jawbone or the Vivofit. Fujitsu has come up with its ‘Akisai’ cloud for agribusiness, of which the centrepiece is undoubtedly the connected cow.
When cows are in heat, they walk more, so by attaching pedometers to […]
When it comes to music streaming, we’re spoilt by the number of options on offer. Each of the big services out there has something that makes them great, but you don’t want to be paying for more than one a month – so which do you go for?
Prices, features, exclusives and music quality vary […]
If you get a tweet from what appears to be an official PayPal support account on Twitter, take the time to double-check the source – because currently, there is a phishing scam doing the rounds using false accounts to try and trick users into giving up their logins.
Proofpoint uncovered this new so-called ‘angler’ phishing […]
Dropbox has confirmed that a huge set of user details is available online, thanks to a security breach which happened back in 2012 – and therefore users of the service who signed up before the middle of that year need to change their passwords.
Last week, these long-time users of Dropbox were advised to change […]
The head of Universal Music Group (UMG) could be about to fundamentally shift the way music is distributed online, by getting rid of music exclusives.
CEO Lucian Grange, according to the Guardian, has emailed all at Universal to say the trend of offering up a new album exclusively to one of the big streaming services […]