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October 2, 2012 by

Travel tech security tips

Whether you like holidaying with your gadgets or you're required to travel for work, there's going to come a time when you have to consider the safety of your gear, or the data it holds.

September 22, 2012 by

Going blind? DRM will dim your world

Many of us will start losing our eyesight as we age. The digital world can help get round some of these physical impediments - but not if digital rights management and the like blocks our accessibility.

December 2, 2011

Kobo Vox eReader

Kobo's recent eReader deal with WHSmith has resulted in the high-street retailer selling no fewer than three Kobo devices in stores. The £89 Kobo Wireless and £109.

May 16, 2011 by

Quiz: Are you Anonymous?

Anonymous’ roots and actions remain steps ahead of pop media, who think they’re a pimply teenage army, and Anonymous has a complex history. Despite Anonymous’ online evolution, people still seem to confuse Anonymous with “Revenge Of The Nerds.

March 30, 2011 by

How Amazon has outsmarted the music industry (and Apple)

Amazon just brought back the best of the late, lamented Lala service that Apple killed. Yes, the recording companies are whining already. I have no doubt that legal teams from all of the major record labels are plotting their lawsuits right now. But Amazon's position is incredibly strong. Here's why.

November 5, 2010

Droid 2 and Milestone 2

The Milestone 2, the UMTS version of the Droid 2, is due to go on sale in the UK on 17 November. We take a look at the CDMA Droid 2 to see if fixing the problems with the original model in an almost identical case makes it a compelling choice or just a necessary update.

December 26, 2008

Privacy Abuse by Technology

The RIAA using Internet Service Providers to hunt down IP "pirates" are going to do it without search warrants. There is no way for the RIAA or any other copyright owner to know when piracy is going on without subverting the privacy of the ISP customer.

March 12, 2008 by

Phorm's underlying problem - and how to fix it

We're in the middle of what will become another classic case study for MBA students. Ex-adware company Phorm has done deals with lots of ISPs to install monitoring services within those ISPs, the better to target advertising at customers.


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