• Microsoft in rift with Mozilla over Windows 10

    Microsoft in rift with Mozilla over Windows 10

    One of the most controversial changes in Microsoft’s new Windows 10 OS is the tech giant’s decision to make Edge the default browser.

  • Soft re-launch for new Google Glass

    Soft re-launch for new Google Glass

    A second version of Google’s revolutionary smart glasses headset has been developed for businesses only.

  • Around 47 million Americans do not use the internet, study says

    Around 47 million Americans do not use the internet, study says

    Approximately 15 per cent of Americans still do not use the internet, according to a new study conducted by the Pew Research Center. This equates to around 47 million people.

  • Cybersecurity firm warns of Android security flaw

    Cybersecurity firm warns of Android security flaw

    Cybersecurity company Zimperium warned of a flaw in Android, the world’s most popular smartphone operating system, that allows hackers to gain control via a simple text message.

  • Texting and walking involves new skills

    Texting and walking involves new skills

    Researchers have discovered that people who text while walking along have developed new skills to keep them safe.

  • Google Maps can now track where users have been

    Google Maps can now track where users have been

    Google Maps has released a new feature that enables users to view all the places they have been. The feature, called “Your Timeline”, provides accurate information on which locations users have visited throughout the day. However, Google Maps users need not worry about their movements being public, as the feature will only work if they have shared their location with Google.