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    Are Our Children’s Smart Toys Safe?

    UK consumer group, Which? have uncovered very worrying security flaws in a number of high street smart tools aimed at children.

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  • 10 Places You Can Only Visit in Google Maps

    Unless you’re a member of Majestic 12, you’re not going to get anywhere near these places – unless you look them up in Google Maps

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    Fortnite – A Parents’ Guide

    You have probably heard about Fortnite, how could you not have? While players love it, parents may be less than enthusiastic. There have been numerous reports of parents discovering their children are being groomed, and…

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  • Unsung Heroes of the Computing World

    The history of home computing is filled with glittering stars like the Spectrum, BBC, Commodore 64, Atari ST and the Amiga, but not every micro of yesteryear is equally well celebrated. Let’s take a look…

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    25 Years of Internet Radio

    On 7th November 1994, WXYC became the first radio station to simultaneously broadcast over the Internet. Let’s look back at this historic milestone, and celebrate a quarter of a century of online streaming broadcasts.

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    iOS Update Deadline is About to Hit

    If you own an iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, iPad Retina Display or 4th-generation iPad, make sure you’re running iOS 9.3.6 or 10.3.4 or above. If you’re not, you could run into trouble in…

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    Collapse OS – The End is Nigh

    Turn on the news and what have you got? Doom and gloom, wars and rumours of wars, famine and the collapse of the economy, Brexit, and there’s usually something hurtling through space toward us. The…

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    What to Expect from the iPhone 12

    With the 11-series iPhones on the shelves, the rumour mill is already looking towards the iPhone 12. But what changes will it make?

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  • iOS 13 Released

    The date most iPhone fans wait all year for is here, with the release of the latest version of iOS, followed closely by the launch of the latest, hotly anticipated iPhone devices tomorrow. First announced…

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    Things From Games We Wish We Had in Real Life

    The gaming world has brought many wonderful things. We can effortlessly climb the tallest mountain to stand on its peak gazing out unto all creation; we can immerse ourselves in the broken, dystopian aftermath of…

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    Pi In The Sky

    Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) has today released an image and video of the Earth, as seen through the fish-eye lens of an orbiting Raspberry Pi Zero.

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    The Spy Phone Conspiracy

    There’s a modern conspiracy theory that suggests that our smart phones are listening to our conversations, and uploading and transmitting those conversations to nefarious agencies.

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  • Windows 10 Retro Videogame Remakes

    When we look back on the games that we played in our youth, with a nostalgic tear forming in our eye, what was it that made them so endearing? Was it the playability?

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    Linux Lite 4.6 Out Now

    Released just a couple of days ago, Linux Lite 4.6 sees this lightweight distro take on a few new extras and a brand new look.

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  • Microsoft Trims Its FAT

    There is some good news from the open source frontlines: Microsoft is getting ready to free its exFAT patent to the Open Invention Network.

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