10 Aug

Apple Wins Trillion Dollar Company Race »

The latest figures from Apple appear to show that it has beaten tech giants like Amazon in the race to become the world’s first trillion dollar company.

10 Aug

Amazon Pays Less Tax In UK While Profits Rise »

The latest figures show that even though Amazon’s profits trebled last year, their UK tax bill has significantly reduced.

10 Aug

Forced Unbundling of Google Apps From Android »

The European Commission anti-competition ruling against Google that will force it to change its OS by unbundling the Google Play store and native apps could help other phone makers, but coul

10 Aug

Google’s G Suite Will Warn Of State-Sponsored Attacks »

Google has announced that it will be adding a feature to G Suite that will let businesses / organisations know if their users are being targeted by a government-backed cyber attack.

10 Aug

Half of Us Will Activate Our New GDPR Rights Within A Year »

The results of a new survey by analytics, business intelligence and data management firm SAS indicate that more than half of UK consumers look likely to exercise their new GDPR rights within

10 Aug

Tech Tip – Set Preferred Folder View »

If you’ve got a mix of display settings that suits your preferences and needs e.g.

03 Aug

10 Million Affected by Dixons Carphone Data Breach »

Dixons Carphone has announced that, after a review following a hack of its customers’ data, 10 million customers rather than the original estimate of 1.

03 Aug

Fake News Crowding Threat Outlined »

UK MPs in the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee (DCMSC) have been investigating the challenges and potential threat to democracy posed by ‘fake news’ crowding out real news, an

03 Aug

Adults To Get Same Online Protection As Kids Says Government »

The UK government has announced that, in a move to reinforce digital safety for everyone across the country, it will be expanding the scope of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCI

03 Aug

Departing CEOs Steal Intellectual Property Says Report »

A new report by Code42 that surveyed 1,634 senior company employees in the UK, US and Germany, has found that most CEOs take what they regard to be their Intellectual property (IP) with them