Category Archives: Computing

Security Think Tank: Humans and AI machines in harmony

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The drive for automation is clear. In many walks of life, we are building systems that can take on activities humans would traditionally undertake, but where the labour/resource cost is a challenge. In cyber security, automation and artificial intelligence (AI) can really help by enabling the processing, analysis, data gathering and automation of tasks, so that software does […]

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Google Clips Release Date, UK Price & Specifications

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With its October announcement of Clips Google claimed it could eliminate the need for a photographer. Except it couldn’t, because no-one could buy one. Now the smart camera is finally on sale, but it’s only in the US and it’s already sold out. What is Google Clips? Google Clips allows family and friends to be captured in […]

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Apple needs two more Android apps

Apple likes to change the world. The introduction of the iPhone in 2007 and the launch of the iPad in 2010 mainstreamed touchscreen phones and tablets, respectively. That was world-changing. This change took place via products Apple makes — “computers,” if you will. Apple changed the world of computers. More impressively, Apple once changed a […]

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Battery recycling breakthrough claimed as nano-engineers refresh worn cathodes to make new lithium ion batteries

Scientists at a university in the US claim to have developed a recycling process that can refresh worn cathodes used in lithium ion batteries, enabling them to be re-used.  Nano-engineers from the University of California, San Diego detailed the process this week, which takes cathodes from used batteries and turns them into new ones. They explained […]

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Tech Talk: What's trending for 2018?

When it comes to tech trends we’re likely to see in 2018, nothing would likely be more welcome than the end of passwords. With companies looking for ever better ways to protect data, it seems clear that “password123” has no indefinite future. (Nor does you pet’s name, if that’s what you use.) But just how […]

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Is Twitter safe for kids?

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Twitter has been around for 12 years now, even if that is hard to believe. Like all social media networks – or at least the big names including Facebook, Snapchat and others – Twitter has a minimum age requirement for creating an account. So if your child is under 13 then, technically, they shouldn’t cheat the […]

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Apple goes back to the future with web apps

Apple’s about to introduce Service Workers in Safari 11.1. So, what are Service Workers, and why might they matter to you or your enterprise? Web apps unleashed First introduced in Safari Technology Preview 46, Service Workers allow background scripts to power offline web applications and should make it possible (for example) for developers to build […]

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The best iPhone SE cases

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Looking for a case for your iPhone SE or iPhone 5S? You’ve come to the right place. Here is a selection of wonderful cases and covers that will protect your smartphone’s delicate glass and aluminium frame. If you want to keep your iPhone SE in pristine condition, you’ll want to invest in a case to […]

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The best iPhone X cases for 2018

The stylish Mous iPhone X case comes in a choice of five finishes: walnut (pictured), bamboo, shell, leather, and carbon fibre; whichever you pick, the rest of the case is essentially identical. You get a simple hardback design, with cutouts for all the obvious ports and camera, and only a subtle Mous logo at the […]

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The best website builder 2018

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Creating your own website is cheap and reasonably easy these days. It’s a great way to boost business, share information about an event or start a blog. You don’t need to know how to code, and it’s not expensive either. Here, we share the best web building tools to help you learn how to make […]

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