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- 18 Jun 2014
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Downtime decided to compile some thoughts on how technology enthusiasts might display a bit of Britishness in their own lives
There are literally hundreds of reasons for ensuring a unique, slightly anonymous Twitter handle, a 60 year old radiator salesman has discovered.He was reportedly bombarded with hundreds of abusive ...
Across the ocean in Canada, folks are getting ready for the implementation of a major new anti-spam law, which comes into effect from 1 July this year
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- 06 Jun 2014
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- - Business Editor 02 Jun 2014
The use of technology by youngsters in India has reached alarming rates.A year-long study funded by the Indian Council for Medical Research last year on thousands of people between 18 and 40 years ...
Game of Thrones fans can now cough up 59p for a keyboard app that renders everything they type hodor hodor ...
Not content with the spiralling levels of apathy and agoraphobia Amazon has propagated among a mass of torpid, troglodyte consumers in recent years, the company has released a grocery-purchasing ...
Downtime spies an opportunity for British software developers. Our American cousins want help telling when we're taking the mickey on Twitter, the poor dears.
We all know Theresa May has got it in for the Police after the recent dressing down she gave them. So news of Google Street View solving a fake murder will give her the opportunity to cut the ...
So the latest thing to help users buy more things is Amazon Dash - a grocery tool that connects to users' home Wi-Fi network and allows them to add items to their shopping list by simply saying it ...