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Apple Q4 results – just above expectations

Apple Q4 results – just above expectations

Last night Apple published financial results for the quarter ending September 28th. The Company posted quarterly revenue of $64 billion, an increase of 2 percent from the year-ago quarter, and quarterly earnings per diluted share of $3.03. The December-quarter outlook was a focal point heading into the release, and Apple came in ahead of expectations

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Microsoft back in the Smart Phone market

Microsoft back in the Smart Phone market

Microsoft is re-entering the smartphone market! Yes really. After blowing a few billion dollars on Nokia and attempting to force Windows OS to perforce on ARM and then throwing in the glove, Mr Softie is at it again. At its Surface event in New York this week, the company announced a new lineup of hardware,

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iOS13 shipping

iOS13 shipping

Apple has just released iOS 13, the newest version of the software that runs your iPhone. Apple’s yearly software updates always bring long lists of new features and changes that can make your iPhone feel like a foreign device. New updates can be intimidating, but installing them is often worthwhile because Apple’s updates make sure

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Shock as Apple climbs down with Qualcomm lawsuit

Shock as Apple climbs down with Qualcomm lawsuit

As we penned only a few days ago Apple and Qualcomm’s legal battle headed to court on Monday in sunny San Diego and then they bizarrely ceased fighting on Tuesday after both parties signing a multi year deal. It is clear that Apple came to their senses that Qualcomm is the only go to company

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Cryptomining Plug In Attack Hits Government Websites including ICO

Cryptomining Plug In Attack Hits Government Websites including ICO

Seems that users of the Browsealoud Plugin were compromised by a Crypto Mining utilitty that was digging for Moneros. Bad. In the past 24 hours, Security researcher Scott Helme discovered that a third-party accessibility plugin called ‘Browsealoud’ had their servers compromised. The plugin relies on a website including Javascript in their content in order to

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Guildford Rowing Club highlighted in ‘Support through Sport’ site

Our client Guildford Rowing Club is featured in Support Through Sport with a lengthy artice on their Adaptive Rowing. Highlights include: Support through Sport UK had the pleasure of chatting to Guildford Rowing Club’s Robert Hall and Danny Skillman about the club’s adaptive rowing sessions. Hi Robert and Danny. Huge thanks for chatting to us

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Tips on Office 365 from Satya Nadella

Tips on Office 365 from Satya Nadella

Speaking at the Future Decoded conference at the ExCeL in London, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella demoed a whole range of Windows 10 updates and Office 365 products and gave the audience a window into his working life. Here’s key takeaways: He likes One Note a lot. Nadella stated that One Note in Office 365 had a

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Queens Speech boosts electric and autonomous cars

Queens Speech boosts electric and autonomous cars

Queens Speech announces New laws to allow fully autonomous vehicles to be insured under normal policies in the UK The UK Government has pledged to be at the forefront of technology for transport as part of the 2016 Queen’s Speech. Autonomous and electric cars will be the focus of new legislation that seeks to get UK consumers buying

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Google edits layout on desktop search by removing right hand side ads

As reported by Search Engine Watch yesterday, Google will no longer be showing ads on the right hand side of its search results pages. This change began on 19 February, and now many search results pages are looking a little bare: Google will now just show ads at the top and bottom of search results page.

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20 years ago CSS was born

20 years ago CSS was born

With the Beatles now on Apple iTunes and other streaming services and with the sounds of Sgt. Pepper It was twenty years ago today. Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play, They’ve been going in and out of style, But they’re guaranteed to raise a smile it is worth remembering that foundation of modern websites, CSS also turns 20.

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