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More naked photos of celebrities pop up on 4chan and Reddit

23 minutes ago  by Darren Allan
More naked photos of celebrities pop up on 4chan and Reddit
Following the original leak at the start of the month dubbed the “fappening”, it’s all fappening (ahem) again, with a new batch of pics being circulated around the net.

Ho do you keep thousands of Facebook-loving spectators at major sports events happy?

29 minutes ago  by Sam Pudwell
Ho do you keep thousands of Facebook-loving spectators at major sports events happy?
We spoke to Paul Carter, the CEO of Global Wireless Solutions, about the work his company does and the future of the networks industry.

Google Chrome hack lets Android apps run on any device

44 minutes ago  by Barclay Ballard
Google Chrome hack lets Android apps run on any device
An unknown developer, going by the name Vladikoff, has made a custom version of Google’s recently released “App Runtime for Chrome,” allowing Android apps to run on Windows, Mac and Linux devices.

9 questions you should ask before putting your data in any Cloud

50 minutes ago  by Laurence James
9 questions you should ask before putting your data in any Cloud
What are the major questions you should ask before putting your data in any Cloud? How should the industry combat the concerns for enterprises? Here are 9 points to consider.

Deal: Apple Airport Extreme 802.11n 5th Generation for £59.99

51 minutes ago  by Dennis Rodgers
Deal: Apple Airport Extreme 802.11n 5th Generation for £59.99
If you ever wanted an Apple router, the price won't get much better than this. Get this Apple Airport Extreme 802.11n 5th Generation for £59.99.

Dropbox irons out iOS 8 app problems

1 hour ago  by Darren Allan
Dropbox irons out iOS 8 app problems
Both the Dropbox and Carousel apps hit nasty issues with the latest version of iOS, but all are now solved, by all accounts.

Samsung pushes forward into Europe with Apps for Good partnership

1 hour ago  by Darren Allan
Samsung pushes forward into Europe with Apps for Good partnership
A number of Samsung’s Smart Schools across the continent will be used to teach school children all about app development.

University of Westminster goes smart with mobile revolution

2 hours ago  by Emily Garthwaite
University of Westminster goes smart with mobile revolution
Students at the University of Westminster (UoW) are now able to access their timetables and a room booking service via smartphones. Is this the future of higher education?

The trick to getting an extra 15GB of free OneDrive storage

2 hours ago  by Mihaita Bamburic
The trick to getting an extra 15GB of free OneDrive storage
Microsoft is doing something rather interesting, as it gives OneDrive users nearly twice as much storage in the free plan, bumping the limit from a so-so 15GB to a respectable 30GB.

Instagram introducing adverts for the UK in quest for monetisation

2 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Instagram introducing adverts for the UK in quest for monetisation
They’ve had sponsored posts in the US for some time now, so we knew it wouldn’t be long before they arrived over here.

Startup School with Framestore part 2: Expansion vs manageability

3 hours ago  by Jessica Chai
Startup School with Framestore part 2: Expansion vs manageability
One of the toughest battles as a business owner is knowing when, why, and how to expand your enterprise. In this article we discuss how to grow revenue whilst maintaining control.