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Sussex Police embark on 24-hour live marketing stunt

Sussex Police embark on 24-hour live marketing stunt

By 27 October 2011

The Sussex police, in its infinite wisdom, has decided to embark on a 24-hour live online broadcast of its activities - going out live on a number of channels on the force's website. Using mobile phones, laptops, and the video streaming application Bambuser,... >>

Google rebrands Picasa and Blogger - enter Google Photos and Google Blogs

Google rebrands Picasa and Blogger - enter Google Photos and Google Blogs

By 6 July 2011

It looks like Google is about to rebrand acquisitions Picasa and Blogger under its own Google products name.  Mashable is reporting that the search engine giant plans on retiring the older brand names, renaming them Google Photos and Google Blogs. Google... >>

Macbook thief caught using Hidden app

Macbook thief caught using Hidden app

By 1 June 2011

A Macbook is a desirable thing, much wanted by thieves across the world. Leave an Apple laptop in a cafe or lose your bag on the train and don't expect it to be there when you get back. When Joshua Kaufman discovered his laptop missing he began crafting... >>

Watching the World Cup...online

Watching the World Cup...online

By 18 May 2010

With the games scheduled for 12.30pm, 3.30pm and 7.30pm each day, the sad fact is that we might not always be sitting down in front of a TV to catch the World Cup fixtures. Worse still, if you're not in the UK, there might be some dastardly subscription... >>

VIDEO: Wordpress app for Android released

VIDEO: Wordpress app for Android released

By 3 February 2010

Wordpress has announced that version 1.0 of the Wordpress for Android application has been released, and is now available in the Android Market. It allows you to manage your Wordpress blog from your mobile phone. The features list is respectable, and... >>

Pope commands priests to blog

Pope commands priests to blog

By 25 January 2010

Pope Benedict XVI is to use his message on the Catholic Church's World Communications Day in May to tell priests that they should be blogging - using the Web and social media to spread their message. The speech is entitled "The Priest and Pastoral Ministry... >>

MP rapped over "rude" blog

MP rapped over "rude" blog

By 19 November 2008

A Labour MP has been thoroughly told off after he used his blog to make fun of other MPs. Labour MP Paul Flynn is claiming that he has now been stripped of part of his communications allowance removed after he refused to take down posts including ones... >>

Twitter UK users lose text service

Twitter UK users lose text service

By 14 August 2008

Twitter fans in the UK have now lost their 250 texts a week. Twitter's co-founder Biz Stone emailed users and explained in a blog that the microblogging service simply can't afford to keep the text service going. "Even with a limit of 250 messages received... >>

Research says blogging still booming

Research says blogging still booming

By 30 April 2008

A team of American researchers have surveyed 17,000 web users from around the world and have found that blogging is booming. Rumours had been that the blogging trend may have reached its pinnacle after a massive surge in online diaries and blog sites... >>

Apple pays blog for silence

Apple pays blog for silence

By 20 December 2007

Notorious Apple blog ThinkSecret has been shut down by Apple, following a 2005 lawsuit and subsequent "settlement". A press statement on the site, that proved troublesome for Apple with product leaks aplenty, reads: "Apple and Think Secret have settled... >>