AVG and Symantec ripping customers off

December 3, 2010

In a recent Which? report, both AVG and Symantec have been found to short-change their customers by being sneaky with the renewal policy. They do this by sending out an email to “upgrade” the product before the renewal period is set to expire; which is a good thing. The problem is that when their customers […]
Vodafone cuts its mobile internet charges abroad

November 29, 2010

Vodafone has simplified its roaming data charges in Europe for Smartphone users. From 1 December 2010, the Vodafone Data Traveller let’s you data roam your European destination for a little as £2 a day. Pay as you go If you’re on a “Pay as you go” tariff you will simply pay £2 day in exchange […]
Should I get an Android iPad Clone

November 23, 2010

It seems that every man and his dog are trying to create an iPad clone and most are doing a poor job of it.
Apple release iOS 4.2.1

November 22, 2010

Apple have released the latest version of their iOS software notably targeted to bring features to the much loved iPad.
Sophos Release FREE Antivirus for the Apple MAC

November 18, 2010

For years the Apple Mac has enjoy relative safety with respect to viruses but it’s all changing.
Net Neutrality – the good and the bad

The first question… What is Net Neutrality? Put simply, it’s the ability for any device to connect to another without any restrictions. So if I connect from my computer to a large commercial website or a small boutique website I should get the same level of access. But that’s about to change. The Bad Mr […]
Easynet down – how does this effect cloud computing?

November 17, 2010

Interesting to see that the Easynet network is down in the UK at the moment.
Beatles on iTunes

November 16, 2010

Well it's now confirmed.  The Beatles are on iTunes. This is going to boost Apples profits as well as flooding the download charts with a multitude of tracks.
Beware of fake antivirus software

November 15, 2010

It seems that a quarter of web users have been targeted by criminal gangs into purchasing fake antivirus software.
Another website attacked to abuse old versions of Internet Explorer.

November 11, 2010

It seems that another high profile website has been attacked to take advantage of a zero-day bug in version 6 and 7 of Internet Explorer; this time it’s Amnesty International Hong Kong site.  At present, Internet Explorer 8 is not affected. My Advice, upgrade to version 8 ASAP or better still, switch to another browser.  […]