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Website of the day: Brompton Dock

Website of the day: Brompton Dock

By 5 hours ago

It’s fair to say that the world has gone cycling crazy. You can credit the Olympics, the Tour de France, environmental awareness, fitness concerns, whatever. It doesn’t matter what the explanation is, more people than ever are getting around on two... >>

Want to see who reads your tweets? Twitter's Analytics Dashboard reveals all

Want to see who reads your tweets? Twitter's Analytics Dashboard reveals all

By 7 hours ago

Twitter no longer just favours verified users: starting today, anyone can track tweets. Twitter introduced an analytics feature last month, but it limited the feature to anyone with a blue check on their profile. But now the company has opened the feature... >>

Dropbox Pro now costs £7.99 a month for 1TB of space, the same as Google Drive

Dropbox Pro now costs £7.99 a month for 1TB of space, the same as Google Drive

By 12 hours ago

Dropbox Pro just got a little more...well, pro. And affordable. Dropbox has introduced new Dropbox Pro features such as passwords and expiration dates for shared links. It even added a remote swipe functionality and cheaper, more unified plans. All of... >>

Twitch hit by DDoS attack right after Amazon announced purchase

Twitch hit by DDoS attack right after Amazon announced purchase

By 21 hours ago

Amazon announced yesterday that it bought Twitch. This has clearly rubbed some people the wrong way as the site has been hit by a denial of service attack. Amazon announced its purchase of the gaming video streaming service for almost £600 million. Now... >>

Website of the day: OnTheRoofs

Website of the day: OnTheRoofs

By 27 August 2014

Do you remember the names Vitaliy Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov? They’re the two Russian thrill seekers who climbed the incredible Shanghai Tower last year and posted a video of their exploits. It got millions of hits online and established the pair... >>

Gmail adds Hangouts tab so you can message friends and email at the same time

Gmail adds Hangouts tab so you can message friends and email at the same time

By 27 August 2014

Gmail now comes with Hangouts. Google has updated Gmail across all devices - even the web - so that it includes a new Hangouts tab. This tab will show you which of your friends are online and offline, and you can simply tap or click their name to start... >>

PayPal will knock 25 per cent off your iPhone and iPad apps, films, music and more

PayPal will knock 25 per cent off your iPhone and iPad apps, films, music and more

By 26 August 2014

PayPal's Digital Gifts service is offering iTunes gift voucher codes for 25 per cent off. That means that PayPal members with iPhones, iPads and iPods can buy apps, films, music, books and more at a reduced cost. Gift codes are available from between... >>

Website of the day: Bellingcat

Website of the day: Bellingcat

By 26 August 2014

We've talked a bit about citizen journalism, with ideas on where and how to get your words and pictures seen by a wider audience. But over the last couple of years things have changed dramatically. You won't go too far in the mainstream media now without... >>

First 3D-printed vertebrae is here, and it's been implanted into a 12-year-old boy

First 3D-printed vertebrae is here, and it's been implanted into a 12-year-old boy

By 26 August 2014

Peking University has implanted the first 3D-printed vertebrae into a 12-year-old boy who had a malignant tumor in his spinal cord. According to Forbes, Peking University began a 3D-printed program in 2009 and moved to animal trials in 2010, followed... >>

Two satellites for Europe’s version of American GPS go into wrong orbit, causing setback

Two satellites for Europe’s version of American GPS go into wrong orbit, causing setback

By 25 August 2014

Two satellites for Europe's planned Galileo network have lost their way. The European Space Agency and the European Union have long been developing their own version of American GPS, a space-based satellite navigation system. The European network is a... >>