Today’s tech: ‘Massive’ GCHQ protest sees Anonymous drink its own urine, robotic printers, and the best gadgets at IFA 2014
The best of ITProPortal news including; We Are Anonymous’s lacklustre protest at GCHQ, the printer that comes to you, and the gadgets we’re most looking forward to at IFA 2014.
We discuss why it’s definitely a positive thing that music streaming services are triumphing over flagging album sales.
Twitter has made its analytics available to all users and not just advertisers, but is the social network simply giving the average user too much information?
As of now, you’ll no longer see the author and a link to their Google+ account alongside a relevant search result.
Just 674 complaints were filed with the Dispute Resolution Service that aims to resolve cases amicably or by using independent legal experts from a panel.
Today’s tech: Windows 9 rumours, Samsung hit with another child labour scandal, and IBM's Watson supercomputer fights cancer
The best of ITProPortal news including: The select few who'll receive Windows 9 for free, Samsung and Lenovo caught in child labour scandal, and supercomputers fight to save the human race.
The microblogging site has announced that the platform, which was previously only open to advertisers and verified users, is now available to all accounts that have been open for more than 14 days.
The company’s own Safety Advisory Board will be told that a couple of barriers need to be put in place to prevent users, especially children, viewing the content.
The software, which has been in testing since June, has now launched as part of Chrome version 37 and is said to offer increased speed, security and stability compared to the 32-bit edition.
Facebook has announced a new feature called bandwidth targeting that lets advertisers serve content to devices based on their connection speeds.
The point of any chat system is to make it easier to communicate with others. This is something that Google Hangouts has singularly failed at, for one reason.