Ever-changing trends on the Internet and developments in technology mean that laws surrounding data protection must adapt in order to protect both individuals and large companies. Over the past few years we have seen almost weekly conflicts between governments, organisations and users concerned about the protection of their personal information. We'll be looking at some of the current issues with Internet privacy and whether or not we can remain private in a digital world.
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The issue of “Net Neutrality” is a huge point of contention between ISP providers, cable firms and the average internet user. At first glance, Net Neutrality may appear inconsequential to most of us, but the argument about bandwidth will ultimately pass added cost on to us all.
Forget smartphones and tablets – The next big tech battle will take place in the car. In-car technology is getting better and companies are vying to be at the forefront of the "infotainment" revolution.
Well, that’s it for another year. Plenty has happened over the last 12 months, especially in the tech world. We’ve seen new technology emerging, the decline of once prominent companies and a whiff of what’s to come in the future. This time last year we took a look at some predictions for the year in technology in 2013. Some of our tech predictions were a way off, but some were surprisingly close to the mark. We’re going to look back and see just how accurate these predictions were…
A tech roundup from the week covering Android Kit Kat, Microsoft's new CEO, Bitcoin & Amazon.
The rise in popularity of Netflix, it has been claimed, has helped to cut down on internet piracy, as torrenting has dropped by 50% in Canada. This perhaps indicates that piracy for many is not necessarily about the cost, rather the desire for viewers to choose where and when they watch films and TV shows.
In our last post we looked at Microsoft and Nokia - the latest high profile tech merger - but this week our attention has been drawn to a much more unconventional link up as Nestle have agreed that Google’s latest Android operating system can be named Android KitKat!