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5 possible reasons why Google wants to buy Twitch and they might not be what you expect

5 possible reasons why Google wants to buy Twitch and they might not be what you expect

By 25 July 2014

It has been reported that Google has set its sights on live game streaming sensation Twitch as its next major acquisition and it must be said that it doesn't come as that much of a surprise to us. Twitch has risen in popularity rapidly and even more so... >>

Tor security tested as Russia offers £65k to anyone that can track its users

Tor security tested as Russia offers £65k to anyone that can track its users

By 25 July 2014

Tor, the anonymous online network, is being targeted by the Russian Interior Ministry. A £65,000 prize is being offered for a technological solution that will allow police to track Tor users. Tor anonymises users online so that they can browse without... >>

Website of the day: Great Country Pubs

Website of the day: Great Country Pubs

By 25 July 2014

Friday. Usually a day to celebrate unreservedly. But for some, this could be the beginning of a very long summer. The school holidays stretch out before us and so far this week, we've done our bit for parents with holiday ideas and things to do both... >>

Amazon Q2 2014 earnings: Wide $126M net loss despite sales being up 23 per cent yoy

Amazon Q2 2014 earnings: Wide $126M net loss despite sales being up 23 per cent yoy

By 24 July 2014

Amazon has posted financial results for the second quarter of 2014, and like usual, it didn't provide specific numbers for product sales or usage. The Fire TV, which launched earlier this year, has "significantly exceeded" sales forecasts, according to... >>

Retina Macbook Air and 4K Macs planned for October?

Retina Macbook Air and 4K Macs planned for October?

By 24 July 2014

Apple plans to release its next operating system, OS X Yosemite, this October. There could also be an appearance of a new 12-inch Retina MacBook Air and 4K desktop Mac. According to sources of 9to5mac, Apple is currently finishing work on its next-generation... >>

Website of the day: Netflix for Kids

Website of the day: Netflix for Kids

By 24 July 2014

In our summer holiday special we’ve given you a few options for you and your family if you’re feeling like getting out and about. But what about those days when you’re all just a bit done in and want to flop on a sofa and watch movies? It’s likely... >>

Facebook Q2 2014 earnings: 1.07B mobile active users each month, up 31 per cent yoy

Facebook Q2 2014 earnings: 1.07B mobile active users each month, up 31 per cent yoy

By 23 July 2014

Facebook has posted its second quarter 2014 earnings, and the numbers that stand out the most are for mobile. Facebook now makes 62 percent of its advertising revenue from mobile. That's probably because 1.07 billion people access Facebook each month... >>

Watch the Apple advert that isn't Apple's, it's Samsung's

Watch the Apple advert that isn't Apple's, it's Samsung's

By 23 July 2014

Samsung Mobile has published a new video to advertise that it is the first global partner of the ASP, otherwise known as the Association of Surfing Professionals. And the advert might seem awfully familiar to you. The two-minute-long clip demonstrates... >>

Amazon Prime Music expands by hundreds of thousands of new songs, still no hint at UK release though

Amazon Prime Music expands by hundreds of thousands of new songs, still no hint at UK release though

By 23 July 2014

Amazon Prime Music launched a little over a month ago in the States and has now had its first major update since. Amazon has announced the addition of "hundreds of thousands" of songs to the music streaming service and hundreds of new curated playlists.... >>

Website of the day: Wacky Warehouse

Website of the day: Wacky Warehouse

By 23 July 2014

OK. So you’ve not decided to go away, or maybe your two weeks in the sun is a little way off. Or maybe you fly through the 50 Things To Do in record time and you suddenly run out of ideas for what to do with the kids. And with the British summer being... >>