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Underwater panoramic images were added to Google Street Maps today as part of a scientific study of the world's reefs with The Catlin Seaview Survey. Specially designed underwater cameras, SVII, ...
It is not just the technology world that writes continuously about the need for a safe password for your online accounts and hard to guess combination for your mobile phone. However, despite press ...
Waitrose, a prolific user on Twitter to engage its followers, stumbled upon a problem with its latest innovative and "down with the kids" marketing campaign. The supermarket asked Twitter followers ...
- - TechTarget 19 Sep 2012
- - Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly 19 Sep 2012
- - Freelance editor and journalist 17 Sep 2012
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- - Freelance editor and journalist 11 Sep 2012
- - Computer Weekly 11 Sep 2012
- - TechTarget 03 Sep 2012
Ever get the feeling the world is increasingly appearing though a nostalgic sepia haze? And are the borders of your life getting more and more blurred? It's possible you have a severe case of ...
It is amazing what a bit of high tech scanning and database DNA crunching can do these days. It has revealed that the Royals haven't changed in hundreds of years. Prince Harry is the latest royal ...
For one member of the Computer Weekly team, mixing interests on Twitter bought about a confusing lead for a news story.While using the social media platform, the unsuspecting CW bod thought they ...
If you thought Skateman was one of the worst superheroes of all time, you obviously haven't met Printerman. Well technically he isn't a superhero, more of a villain.Printerman is the brainchild of ...
Boris Johnson made a surprise appearance at a press conference in London's Science Museum this morning. The press conference was for Everything Everywhere to announce the roll out of 4G across the ...
Until recently I have never spared a thought for the wives of Computer Weekly's readers.
Toy Record Player (Photo credit: Joe Shlabotnik)Any kid who was anyone had one of the Fisher Price record players built in the 1970s. With a quick wind-up, you could choose from your array of ...