- - Datacentre Editor 31 Jul 2014
- - Business Editor 30 Jul 2014
- - Managing Editor 30 Jul 2014
Tim Torkildson, a social media specialist, was taken by surprise when he was fired last week for blogging about homophones
A man was photobombed trampled while trying to take a selfie of a raging bull at the Fetes de Bayonne festival. The bull was menacingly running around a few feet behind the man who was desperately ...
Friday was probably one of the hottest days of the year in the Downtime office, so it was no surprise when the network went down (probably due to the heat). "Hello mate we've got a weird one here," ...
- - Business Editor 24 Jul 2014
- - Security Editor 22 Jul 2014
- - Business Editor 17 Jul 2014
- - Managing Editor 16 Jul 2014
- - Networking Editor 08 Jul 2014
- - Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly 01 Jul 2014
- - Networking Editor 01 Jul 2014
The Associated Press learnt an important lesson about using correct punctuation within a 140 character Tweet. Yesterday the news wire sent out a Tweet to inform the world that a Dutch military ...
Downtime always like to see technology put to good use, and in this case CCTV security firm AlertSystems agrees.After a report in The Daily Record, AlertSystems has come out in support of a farmer ...
A new hashtag has been created as a campaign to point out things in life that are NOT available on the app store, because "there isn't an app for everything". #Notavailableontheappstore encourages ...
By tracking eye movement, researchers at Microsoft reckon they can identify if someone has accidentally introduced a bug in software they are developing.Microsoft researcher Andrew Begel said: "My ...
Summer's here, and it's time for Downtime to bring out its favourite picture of a skateboarding tortoise. Yes, the silly season is closing in and here's a survey about how smartphones are bad for ...
Downtime received press releases last week about the volume of data that had been created online by the World Cup. They'll try anything to get a story those pesky PR peeps.Apparently first ten days ...
The Cinema Exhibitors' Association has taken the decision to ban Google Glass from all cinemas because it is worried that the devices could be used to pirate films.