For all those using Yahoo! E-mail be aware this is well worth reading!

Yahoo in recycled email privacy row

Yahoo’s decision to reassign inactive email addresses has led some to receive the previous owner’s highly personal emails.

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The first bug fix following the release of the now newly established and exciting IOS 7.0

Apple fixes lock-screen photo bug with iOS 7.0.2 update

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We must always be careful of online reviews and consider how authentic they actually are!

Yelp says quarter of reviews ‘fake’

Yelp, the online directory and consumer review site, says a quarter of all the reviews it receives are filtered out as possible fakes.

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This is going to and is having a substantive impact on websites ranked both highly and further down on search results

Google reveals new search upgrade

Google unveils an upgrade to the way it interprets users’ search requests, the search engine’s first major revamp for three years.

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Sky Broadband slow, Sky admits, blames subscriber boost

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This is why we don’t recommend you use junk Microsoft software for protection.

Microsoft anti-virus fails security check, vows to do better

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This is useful if you have BT landline with BT, very handy.

BT SmartTalk puts landline rates in your mobile, even abroad

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Smartphones Could Become UK’s New Credit Cards

Smartphones Could Become UK’s New Credit Cards

Banks and financial institutions representing 90% of current accounts have agreed to launch the UK’s first industry-wide mobile payment service in spring 2014.
Using a process similar to texting, people will be able to sign up to send and receive payments using their own number.
It will be done without the need to disclose their bank account details.
The Payments Council, the industry body that is leading the project, said using mobiles to buy goods and services, as well as send money to friends and family, would become a mainstream option due to the popularity of the plan among banks.
Eight financial institutions have already committed themselves to offering the service, and discussions are under way for others to join.
The council pointed out that while there are existing ways to pay using a mobile, the project is the first to have the potential to link every bank account in the country with a mobile number.
Chief executive Adrian Kamellard said: “This new service will offer a simple, secure way to split a bill for dinner, receive money from a friend or pay a tradesman without needing to remember or share account details.”
Before the service launches, the financial institutions involved will invite customers to register via their online banking service, mobile app or other approved method.
The Payments Council said more details about the industry-wide registration process and the precise launch date would be announced later.
More than 5,000 consumers took part in Payments Council research, which revealed the service is likely to prove most popular with smartphone users, who accounted for 67% of those surveyed.
One in three smartphone users said they were either “definitely” or “extremely likely” to sign up to the new service when it launches.


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Facebook Reveals New Search Feature

Facebook Reveals New Search Feature

Called Graph Search, Mr Zuckerberg said the tool was not a web search. Instead it would search Facebook’s database, allowing users to find information about people, photos, places and interests.
Until now, Facebook users were unable to search for friends who live in a certain town or like a particular movie.
With the new feature, people can search for friends who, say, live in London who also like Zero Dark Thirty.
Mr Zuckerberg said the tool was “privacy aware” as users can only search for content that has been shared with them.
The company has faced increasing scrutiny from privacy regulators as users entrust ever-increasing amounts of information about their personal lives to the network.
Leading up to the announcement, Facebook was keeping mum about the details triggering a guessing game about what it would reveal. Suggestions ranged from a smartphone to a search engine.
The online network has built a user base of more than one billion people worldwide, but has struggled since its stock offering in May.
Shares in Facebook made a market debut at $38, but sank by more than 50% in the following months.
The shares have clawed back some of those losses, and began the day down around 20% from the IPO (Initial Public Offering) level.


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4K TV’s, Ubuntu and Mozilla Mobile Operating Systems for the Smartphone, check it out from this years CES.

6 trends we saw at CES 2013

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