Debit card for booze-hungry kids creates net shopping fears.
Archive for June, 2008
Oh dear, the day before Ashley Highfield takes up the position of CEO of Project Kangaroo, the Internet-delivered TV joint venture between UK companies BBC Worldwide, ITV and Channel 4, we learn that the OFT has referred the whole shebang for further inquiry.
The whiff of Eau d’Web 2.0 is heavy in the air as a new “online global interactive platform” is birthed.
Much harrumphing around the net as Microsoft starts to retire XP.
Security firm warns that smartphones may soon be targeted by ne’er do wells.
We’re getting more and more Russian spam. A hideous amount of it. For example, we had 10 of them getting through the gmail filter in less than an hour today. We say spam, because we assume it’s spam as we didn’t ask for it to be sent to us, but mostly because we can’t read [...]
Today Bill Gates is stepping away from his day-to-day role at Microsoft, having built the company from zero in 1975 to the giant it is today.
We’ve all struggled with getting our luggage to co-operate with us, having to persuade it that it should go in the direction we want it to. A UK company, Live Luggage, has decided to take on this problem with their PA Case – a motorised suitcase.
With the 2012 date of switch off of UK analogue TV drawing ever closer, British MPs have been hearing about the current levels of adoption of Digital TV. The UK Parliament Public Accounts Committee heard that many TVs that were still being bought, were not Digital ready, with those purchases, totaling millions of pounds, arguably [...]