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A compact resource of Internet-based tools for information retrieval, interaction, and computer-mediated communication (human communication via computers.

Nov 26 2013

Top 10 most subscribed RSS feeds

According to Feedburner the Top 10 most subscribed RSS feeds to date are as follows:

Nov 24 2013

97 per cent of mobile network performance issues go unresolved

Actix, the recognized global leader for systems that enhance mobile network customer experience have revealed that resource constrained network engineers are only able to investigate three per cent of network issues every month!

Nov 17 2013

Impossible to get Dugg without a Digg Circle

It seems that if you haven’t got a ‘Digg Circle‘ going, or are not a well established Blog then you have very little chance of getting Dugg to the Home page these days. Only the sites which are already the big players have the power of making new Blogs and sites more powerful. Is it possible to get Dugg without a Digg Circle?

Nov 11 2013

Skype offers cheap Mobile Phone calls

Internet Telephony firm Skype, has just come up with a great wheeze to encourage people to sign up to its Skype Pro service. Low cost mobile / cellular calls with Skype to Go.

Nov 09 2013

50 per cent of employees blocked from Facebook

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Offices around the country have had an official clampdown on Facebook use.

Sophos a leading security company reports 41% of Facebook users will divulge personal information, greatly increasing their susceptibility to identity theft.

Nov 08 2013

Google pays public for information on local Businesses

Google pays public for information on local Businesses

Google is offering cash to the public to take photos and gather info on their local businesses.

All you have to do is go to your local shop and give them a spiel about Google Maps and Google Adwords.

Then you have to ask them a few questions about their business and take some digital snaps of the shop.

 

 

Oct 30 2013

Rip-off Broadband consumes the UK

According to research by moneysupermarket.com, 44 per cent of British Broadband users are getting half the speed they pay for. In order to attract customers, the likes of Sky are offering speeds of ‘up to 16 Mbit/s’. The survey found that a mere 6% actually get anything near that.