As the Star Wars saga finally closed with Episode VI: The Return Of The Jedi, we all had our ideas on how it should have ended. However, despite all of the debates and arguments it takes someone with skill to actually all of the pieces together to come up with a decent storyline. That […]Read more "How The Return Of The Jedi Should Have Ended"
Most people know how to use Google properly, but there are some tricks of the trade that may be interesting and helpful in the quest for information. So in order to get the most from Google it is probably better to understand what Google is all about. In this infographic by hackcollegue.com it shows […]Read more "Do Know How To Google?"
An agreement between the Japanese electronics giant Nintendo and the UK wireless network provider Boingo will see the users of the Nintendo 3DS being able to connect to the wireless network at Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Gatwick, Glasgow, Heathrow, Southampton and Stansted airports. The device will automatically connect to the Boingo hotspots this will allow the […]Read more "Free Wi-Fi At UK Airports For 3DS Owners"
As we get closer to the launch of Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system, we are getting little snippets of information, such as a post on the Building Windows 8 blog regarding wireless network optimization. It seems that the Microsoft team believe that a device running Windows 8 will be able to connect so fast […]Read more "Windows 8 Will Reconnect To Wireless Instantly"
Android users can find out the Best of Britain with an app developed for national tourism agency, Visit Britain, as an official guide to all of the great places to visit around the UK. These are the features and details for the Best of Britain app for Android devices; The official guide to the […]Read more "Visit Britain Launches Best of Britain App"
Anyone that uses Google maps on a regular basis will know that there is a whole lot of information on the pages and not just directions either. But now Google have added a new service that allows the user to put in where they want to travel to and from, but instead of just […]Read more "Google Maps Now Offers Train Travel Information"
The hacktivist group Anonymous may have a huge two hundred and fifty thousand followers on the micro blogging site Twitter. However, there are some industry experts that think that the Twitter followers might be unwittingly helping in denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Such as the recent attack on some US Government websites and anti-piracy […]Read more "Are Twitter Users Being Tricked Into DDoS Attacks?"