Sunrise Sets With a Fresh Outlook

Sunrise Sets With a Fresh Outlook

One of the top calendar apps for iOS and Android, Sunrise has long been a favourite of mine for its simplicity but also its ability to connect to a number of different sites (Office 365, Outlook, Exhange, Google Calendar, iCloud Calendar, Facebook, Wunderlist, Google...

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Nasty Scam Spams

I've had a couple of these, rather pernicious, spam emails recently, which purport to be from Her Majesty's Courts & Tribunal Service and stating I need to attend court to hear the charges against me. Quite what the charges are, and when the court date is, I can't...

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Sharemouse a KVM for the modern age

I recently bought a Surface Pro 3, and since I already have a workstation of considerable proportions under my desk, I began looking for a KVM, or Keyboard/Video/Mouse unit so that I could switch between the two machines without having to...

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Google's Easter Eggs Have Come Early

In what seems to be an early Easter present for us all (at least in the UK) Google have provided a not so secret Easter Egg on Google Maps. Head on over to maps.google.co.uk and enter an address. After zooming on the area (with plenty of roads), an option will appear...

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Twitter Makes TweetDeck More 'Secure'

Having recently logged on to my Tweetdeck account, a web-based app that allows direct tweeting to any number of Twitter accounts, I was informed that I had to move my login from a unique Tweetdeck account to one of my Twitter accounts before the 31st March. This...

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How Safe is a Contactless Payment Card?

I was recently issued with a contactless payment card by my bank, and I'll be frank: I've been dubious about the security of such cards, or indeed any Near Field Communication (NFC) systems. As I have been working with a client in London, the security of my payment...

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