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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... >>

Website of the day: 50 Things To Do ...

Website of the day: 50 Things To Do ...

By 22 July 2014

We continue our summer holiday special with a suggestion for what to do if you didn’t follow our advice yesterday. That's not a grumble either. It wouldn’t be all that surprising if you didn’t. Overseas holidays don’t come cheap, and that’s... >>

New Facebook Save feature lets you save stuff for reading later: Here's how it works

New Facebook Save feature lets you save stuff for reading later: Here's how it works

By 21 July 2014

Facebook has a new feature that's combines RSS-style features with reminders. Facebook was thought to be developing an alternative to Google Reader earlier this year, and many assumed a new app called Paper was the result of those rumours. Well it looks... >>

Legoland Windsor gets free Wi-Fi, now you can watch The Lego Movie surrounded by Lego

Legoland Windsor gets free Wi-Fi, now you can watch The Lego Movie surrounded by Lego

By 21 July 2014

Legoland has partnered with The Cloud to offer free Wi-Fi throughout the Windsor theme park. Visitors can use the free wireless internet connection as much as they like while on the site, and can also access Legoland's Q-bot service, which allows them... >>

Website of the day: Ice Lolly

Website of the day: Ice Lolly

By 21 July 2014

This is the week when it all begins for parents. Most schools will be breaking up, if they haven’t already, so every day this week, we’re going to dedicate this slot to site that will help families get through the summer. First things first. You need... >>

Amazon Kindle Unlimited book subscription service launches, US only for now

Amazon Kindle Unlimited book subscription service launches, US only for now

By 18 July 2014

Amazon has announced that its first subscription book service, like Spotify for books, has launched in the US. The Kindle Unlimited service costs $10 per month and delivers ebooks and audiobooks to subscribers. In total there are over 600,000 titles to... >>

Website of the day: Boobah

Website of the day: Boobah

By 18 July 2014

It’s set to be a scorcher in the UK today. Hottest day of the year so far. "Bring it on," is what most people will be saying, and it’s safe to safe that office attendance might take a bit of a hit. How many people will be finding reasons to work at... >>