The media storm that accompanied the launch of Apple’s new iPhone 6 and its smart watch has almost settled down. Now the serious questions are being asked.
A digital detox is the latest trend in retreats. Communities are actually depriving themselves of decent broadband connections in order to brand themselves as ‘digital-free destinations’ to attract visitors. The Grenadines in the Caribbean have resorts offering digital detox holiday packages. What does this include you ask?
BullGuard’s CEO, Nedko Ivanov, has been awarded winner status in Finance Monthly’s 2014 CEO award.
It reflects extremely positively on the company, its staff and its products. From the customer perspective, it’s also a glowing endorsement because it means they’re using some of the best security software on the market.
With the internet still evolving, often at a dizzying pace, change in the way it influences our lives is inevitable. Yet there are some constants that remain the same, and protecting personal data is one of them, even in world that may be radically different 15 years from now.
Whether you’ve just returned from a holiday, are planning a trip or are about to set off on a business journey check out this new infographic. It gives you the run down on a raft of Android apps that help make travelling so much easier.
Setting off on your travels is a great feeling whether you’re planning on kicking back on a beach, clambering up snow-capped mountains or exploring a new city and country. It’s a real buzz.
Microsoft stopped supporting its Windows XP operating system for ordinary users back in April of this year. But there are still millions of people using it for various reasons from software that is incompatible with newer versions of Windows to hardware designed specifically to run off XP. As such there are ways to protect XP users but in the final analysis XP signals the end of an era as we slide into mobile, anywhere, anytime computing.