New year, new resolutions. New year, new scams.
Technology is useful for a variety of different things, both in our personal and professional lives, it can help keep us focused, social, more productive and healthier.
SplashData’s annual worst password list has revealed the world’s most commonly used password for 2017 was ...drumroll...
It's always hard to accurately predict what will happen in the future (that's why you never see psychics winning the lottery) but we have a few ideas on what we will be seeing in the tech space...
If 2017 was the year of augmented reality and autonomous cars, then surely 2018 will be the rise of the intelligent robot.
Sometimes you can have the greatest technology in the world, spend time and money implementing it into your business, only to find the benefits are never realised.
Early this morning a Turkish software developer pointed out a huge security flaw in the latest Mac operating system.
It’s that time of year again, the decorations have been up in the shopping centres for weeks, the TV is trying to sell us Christmas albums and people are writing Christmas list blogs - sorry!
It’s been a hectic few months for new phones, with the iPhone 8, iPhone X, Galaxy Note8 and Google Pixel 2 all being released pretty close to one another.
A recent study published by anti-malware service Carbon Black has revealed that the sale of ransomware software on the dark web has risen a staggering 2,502% from 2016 to 2017.