Category: Software

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Nokia Launch Mapping Service ‘Here’

EVERY so often, another company pops up and tries to rival Google Maps. Nokia have done the same thing, launched under the name here, but there’s more to it than just mapping.. Nokia have been doing maps for a while now, on their own phones mostly, but have just relaunched...

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Microsoft Retires Windows Live Messenger

It’s official, Microsoft have announced their intention to retire Windows Live Messenger, keeping Skype as their major Instant Messaging service. With the release of Skype for Windows 8 and Skype 6 for Mac and Windows, and the development of Skype for Windows Phone 8, Microsoft have already started by allowing...

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Spotify to Launch Web Client

According to close and inside sources, Swedish music streaming service Spotify is due to release a browser based client. The existing desktop client hasn’t been properly updated in a year or so, indicating strongly that Spotify are focusing their efforts elsewhere. Not only will such a move vastly assist with...

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Why UK Rail Needs to Make Use of Technology

As a daily commuter, I have experienced the thrills and spills of train travel. Delays, cancellations, expensive coffee, and overcrowding to name a few. Sadly, these problems can’t really be helped by the franchised train operating companies (TOCs). I do believe, however, that with the use of a bit of...

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Top 5 Linux distributions for beginners

Choosing an operating system for your computer is never really a difficult task – most users would just go out to buy a copy of Windows (if not already pre-installed on their system), but for those who need an OS and do not fancy paying out any cash, Linux is...

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What Browser is right for you?

Hey guys Jake here. Today I am going to be talking to you about which web browser you should be using and why. Bare in mind I am not going to be going through every single web browser on the market just a few of the most used browsers. ____________________________________...