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by Dejan Levi

While this blog doesn't usually focus massively on tech hardware (for some reason nobody ever sends me their new smartphone prototype for review), occasionally a new gadget comes …

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Google, a company particularly vocal about their belief in open technology, are nonetheless notoriously closed about one thing: their search service. Their argument for this is that, were …

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I've always been quite impartial to the odd lovely infographic, not to mention my penchant for other pretty ways of communicating complex data - be it via interactive …

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As the UK's biggest Drupal event, Drupalcon London, is currently underway (today is day 2 of 5), I thought I'd just post a quick reminder on here of …

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There's quite a few reflective assessments of Google+ knocking around the web this week (what with it being one month since its launch) and most are choosing to …

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Though this issue has been quite actively discussed by those who are tech-aware enough to know what 6 Mbps means in terms of a web connection, the truth …

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Should we expect companies like Google, Microsoft or Facebook to actually develop, in house, tools to allow users to port their data out of their products and into …

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There's been a fair bit of chat this past week about Google+ (Google's latest foray into social networking) following the product's official launch, some of it speculative, some …

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This post will be short and to the point. Here's the general gist: Kronenbourg 1664 beer producer has been running a series of adverts which feature slowed down …

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It's been a while coming but we finally have some decent info on the new EU cookie law which looks set to change the way that we'll be …

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So Microsoft has finally made its official move into cloud-based workplace computing with the launch of its Office 365 suites, aimed at protecting one of its most profitable …

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With today's rumours of further lay-offs at Myspace indicating yet another step in the network's decline (apparently they are shortly set to shed around 40% of what remains …

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