Facebook account duplication can be avoided with these steps

Facebook account duplication can be avoided with these steps

Tuesday 14th of February 2017 in IT, Digital by Kerry Owston


This morning you may have woken to find several of your Facebook friends have created new profiles and friend request invitations to view these.

 

 

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Apple are soon to raise App Store prices by a quarter in response to the weak pound

Apple are soon to raise App Store prices by a quarter in response to the weak pound

Friday 20th of January 2017 in Mobiles by Kerry Owston


The lowest priced app on the app store now is to rise from 79p to 99p but while this rise may seem small a more expensive app like a £7.99 game will soon cost £9.99. The increase in prices will also apply to in-app purchases.

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Ofcom has fined EE for

Ofcom has fined EE for 'carelessness or negligence' for unresolved billing errors

Wednesday 18th of January 2017 in Mobiles by Kerry Owston


The BT-owned mobile phone provider EE has been fined by Ofcom for 'carelessness or negligence' through billing errors.

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New browser updates for Chrome and Firefox will flag HTTP website as non-secure

New browser updates for Chrome and Firefox will flag HTTP website as non-secure

Thursday 12th of January 2017 in IT, Digital by Kerry Owston


The next versions of major browsers Chrome and Firefox will flag any website with no SSL certificate installed as non-secure. The new releases Chrome 56 and Firefox 51 will be released this January.

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The revolutionary iPhone was announced to the world 10 years ago today

The revolutionary iPhone was announced to the world 10 years ago today

Monday 9th of January 2017 in Mobiles by Kerry Owston


Ten years to this day the world was introduced to the iPhone product, a bold decision to move into the smartphone market by Apple who were looking to follow on from the success of the iPod.

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 WhatsApp no longer supported on older versions of Android, iPhone and Windows

WhatsApp no longer supported on older versions of Android, iPhone and Windows

Tuesday 3rd of January 2017 in Telecoms, Mobiles by Kerry Owston


On this New Years eve, WhatsApp stopped working on a range of older smartphones as the messaging service no longer supports Smartphones running Android 2.2 or older versions and iPhones running iOS6 or older versions. As well as this WhatsApp no longer supports Windows Phone 7.

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Action must be taken to ensure adequate 5G coverage in time for 2020 rollout across UK

Action must be taken to ensure adequate 5G coverage in time for 2020 rollout across UK

Thursday 15th of December 2016 in Mobiles by Kerry Owston


A new government report has urged mobile network operators to handle the rollout of the future 5G mobile network better than 4G was handled. 5G is expected to be ready to roll out shortly after 2020. It is expected to surpass 4G to provide faster uploads and downloads.

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New nanogenerator technology could soon be powering up your phone using just your movement

New nanogenerator technology could soon be powering up your phone using just your movement

Tuesday 13th of December 2016 in Mobiles by Kerry Owston


Phones in the near future could be charged without the need to plug them into a charger and could instead be powered up by energy generated with movement.

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The 10% of Galaxy Samsung Note 7 phones still in use are to be restricted to 30% charge

The 10% of Galaxy Samsung Note 7 phones still in use are to be restricted to 30% charge

Monday 12th of December 2016 in Mobiles by Kerry Owston


The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is to be updated across Europe to prevent them being charged beyond 30% of their battery capacity. This is to encourage owners of the device that still continue to use them to them to hand them in following the recall of the devices back in September.

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Digitull will let Hull kids express their 2017 city of culture experience in digital format

Digitull will let Hull kids express their 2017 city of culture experience in digital format

Monday 5th of December 2016 in TOP, IT, Digital by Kerry Owston


A new project is to make its way to Hull schools in time for the Hull 2017 City of Culture year. The project named  Digitull  will be an online hub throughout the excitement of the year. it will be a place where young people can share blogs, poems, photos and videos and more to tell their City of Culture story.

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