UK Rejects Huawei Equipment For 5G Infrastructure

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The UK government has gone back on its original decision to use some Huawei equipment in non-core parts of the UK’s 5G network and has opted to remove all Huawei kit by 2027. The Waiting Is Over For the last couple of weeks, Huawei, China and the U.S. have been awaiting the UK governments decision, […]

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Featured Article – Digital Addiction

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Making software and platforms that have engaging (but addictive) elements to them have become popular. However, is this really the route that businesses want to go down with their software? Digital Addiction ‘Digital addiction’ is a controversial term that is used to broadly describe sets of compulsive behaviour which relate to the use of digital […]

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Tech Tip – Charging Properly To Take Care of Your Phone Battery

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You may have found that you’ve been using your gadgets for longer and charging them more during lockdown so, if you’d like to know more about keeping your gadgets’ lithium-ion batteries healthy in the long run, here are a few important tips: – Lithium-ion batteries do not like being charged fully to 100 per cent […]

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Google Glass Released in the UK

Google Glass has gone on sale in the UK, with “creative” consumers and developers alike capable of getting their hands on the android-based technology if they’re willing to part with £1000. The UK release has led to further concerns regarding the privacy aspects of Glass. Google Glass’ privacy debate is still open for discussion, especially […]

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Making the Most of Your New Mac Pro

If you’ve been lucky enough to get your hands on the irresistibly powerful Mac Pro since its release, you might be aware of its capabilities with third-party additions and various other upgrades. It’s important to remember that upgrading a computer yourself can contribute towards hardware failure and file corruption if carried out incorrectly, so getting […]

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