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Sky’s 3D channel will close on June 9, all content moving to on-demand

By   28 days ago

UK broadcaster Sky has confirmed that it will be closing its dedicated 3D channel next month. From June 9, customers wanting to access Sky’s 3D content will only be

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Sky’s digital movie store is now open to non-subscribers – and it sends you the DVD too

By   41 days ago

Your choice of places to download movies in the UK and Ireland isn’t exactly limited. There’s loads including iTunes, Google Play and Amazon to name three. That’s why Sky’s

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FetchMe, the UK’s version of Magic, will let you request anything (legal) via SMS

By   49 days ago

FetchMe is a new service based in the UK that allows anyone to order pretty much anything simply by sending an SMS. Yes, of

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EE switches on Wi-Fi calls and texts for customers with compatible handsets

By   49 days ago

EE has announced that its Wi-Fi calls and texts feature, which allows customers to route voice calls and SMS through Wi-Fi networks when

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First look: Channel 4’s new All 4 on-demand streaming platform

By   61 days ago

On Monday next week Channel 4 will be putting its new on-demand streaming platform All 4 live for users in the UK. With new

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Microsoft Band coming to the UK on April 15 for £170

By   70 days ago

Microsoft has today confirmed that its fitness tracker, the Microsoft Band, will be available in the UK from April 15 and will cost £169.99. First launched in

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Dayafterday wants you to explore, gather and follow the content that fits you

By   84 days ago

Each week we’re profiling one company that has been selected for Boost – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with

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Did GCHQ illegally spy on you? Privacy International will help you find out

By   99 days ago

Human rights group Privacy International has launched a way to allow anyone in the world to find out whether UK intelligence agency GCHQ illegally spied on them

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Sky’s 3D channel will close on June 9, all content moving to on-demand

By   28 days ago

UK broadcaster Sky has confirmed that it will be closing its dedicated 3D channel next month. From June 9, customers wanting to access Sky’s 3D content will only be

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Maaxi’s taxi app will let you reserve individual seats in London’s black cabs

By   41 days ago

London has a pretty crowded taxi-booking space, so with each new entrant comes a slightly different twist on how it promises to get you from A to

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Sharing that picture of your ex naked could now land you two years in a UK jail

By   43 days ago

Not that you would, of course, but if you’ve ever been tempted to post pictures of your ex online, or indeed

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FetchMe, the UK’s version of Magic, will let you request anything (legal) via SMS

By   49 days ago

FetchMe is a new service based in the UK that allows anyone to order pretty much anything simply by sending an SMS. Yes, of

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EE switches on Wi-Fi calls and texts for customers with compatible handsets

By   49 days ago

EE has announced that its Wi-Fi calls and texts feature, which allows customers to route voice calls and SMS through Wi-Fi networks when

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EE’s Power Bar scheme lets you grab a new portable charger whenever you like

By   54 days ago

With smartphone battery life a long lamented pain point of pretty much any smartphone from the last few years, EE

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ByHours now lets ‘business travellers’ book a hotel room in London for 3, 6 or 12 hours

By   55 days ago

If you think the only accommodation you can book by the hour is the sort of end-of-the-line motels you might find littering parts of

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Nest Learning Thermostats in the UK fail to spring forward to British Summer Time

By   57 days ago

Some people in the UK woke up a little colder over the weekend as the Nest Learning Thermostats encountered a glitch while updating to British Summer Time

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Sky’s 3D channel will close on June 9, all content moving to on-demand

By   28 days ago

UK broadcaster Sky has confirmed that it will be closing its dedicated 3D channel next month. From June 9, customers wanting to access Sky’s 3D content will only be

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Maaxi’s taxi app will let you reserve individual seats in London’s black cabs

By   41 days ago

London has a pretty crowded taxi-booking space, so with each new entrant comes a slightly different twist on how it promises to get you from A to

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Dayafterday wants you to explore, gather and follow the content that fits you

By   84 days ago

Each week we’re profiling one company that has been selected for Boost – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with

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TalkTalk’s systems breached, subscribers’ info stolen and used in scams

By   88 days ago

UK-based phone, TV and broadband service provider TalkTalk confirmed today that its networks were breached last December. The company said that users’ personal data — including names, addresses,

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Did GCHQ illegally spy on you? Privacy International will help you find out

By   99 days ago

Human rights group Privacy International has launched a way to allow anyone in the world to find out whether UK intelligence agency GCHQ illegally spied on them

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Virgin Media to spend £3bn on connecting 4 million UK homes to 152Mbps broadband

By   102 days ago

Virgin Media will spend around £3 billion on increasing the footprint of its broadband network in the UK and increasing the overall speeds for

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CoinJar launches Hedged Accounts to offset Bitcoin currency fluctuations for users

By   105 days ago

CoinJar, a platform for buying, selling and managing your Bitcoin, has announced the launch of Hedged Accounts today in a bid to make the

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UK spy agency GCHQ unlawfully shared NSA internet surveillance data, rules court

By   109 days ago

GCHQ, the UK intelligence agency, unlawfully accessed millions of personal communications collected by the NSA, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) has ruled today. The Tribunal is the only UK court

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Amazon’s Fire TV Stick is now available in the UK and Germany, and it might just have replaced my Roku

By   41 days ago

Amazon’s Fire TV Stick, available in the US since the end of last year, is now available to buy in the UK and Germany for the first

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Maaxi’s taxi app will let you reserve individual seats in London’s black cabs

By   41 days ago

London has a pretty crowded taxi-booking space, so with each new entrant comes a slightly different twist on how it promises to get you from A to

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FetchMe, the UK’s version of Magic, will let you request anything (legal) via SMS

By   49 days ago

FetchMe is a new service based in the UK that allows anyone to order pretty much anything simply by sending an SMS. Yes, of

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EE switches on Wi-Fi calls and texts for customers with compatible handsets

By   49 days ago

EE has announced that its Wi-Fi calls and texts feature, which allows customers to route voice calls and SMS through Wi-Fi networks when

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Bounce’s London taxi app shows promise but needs more drivers and lower fares

By   53 days ago

With Uber, GetTaxi, Hailo, UbiCabs, Kabbee, Addison Lee and other services already offering Londoners the option of booking a car in just a few presses, the question of whether

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ByHours now lets ‘business travellers’ book a hotel room in London for 3, 6 or 12 hours

By   55 days ago

If you think the only accommodation you can book by the hour is the sort of end-of-the-line motels you might find littering parts of

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Nest Learning Thermostats in the UK fail to spring forward to British Summer Time

By   57 days ago

Some people in the UK woke up a little colder over the weekend as the Nest Learning Thermostats encountered a glitch while updating to British Summer Time

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Google loses bid to stop UK consumers from suing over alleged privacy violations

By   60 days ago

UK consumers will continue to have the right to potentially bring legal action against Google for an alleged misuse of privacy settings

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Carphone Warehouse is launching its own mobile service in the UK next month

By   33 days ago

Carphone Warehouse has today confirmed that it will be launching its own operator service in May, called iD. The service will be underpinned by Three’s network infrastructure, and looks

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FetchMe, the UK’s version of Magic, will let you request anything (legal) via SMS

By   49 days ago

FetchMe is a new service based in the UK that allows anyone to order pretty much anything simply by sending an SMS. Yes, of

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EE’s Power Bar scheme lets you grab a new portable charger whenever you like

By   54 days ago

With smartphone battery life a long lamented pain point of pretty much any smartphone from the last few years, EE

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ByHours now lets ‘business travellers’ book a hotel room in London for 3, 6 or 12 hours

By   55 days ago

If you think the only accommodation you can book by the hour is the sort of end-of-the-line motels you might find littering parts of

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UK spies were fired for inappropriately accessing personal data, says Intelligence and Security Committee

By   75 days ago

Employees of the UK’s security and intelligence services – Mi5, Mi6 and GCHQ – have been fired for inappropriately accessing personal data acquired through bulk surveillance operations, according to a

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UK may levy 25% ‘Google Tax’ on tech giants’ profits

By   78 days ago

Ahead of the national election in the UK this May, Chancellor George Osborne has proposed a ‘Google Tax’, a 25 percent tax on tech companies’ profits

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Dayafterday wants you to explore, gather and follow the content that fits you

By   84 days ago

Each week we’re profiling one company that has been selected for Boost – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with

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Booking Now for iOS comes to Europe with the promise of simplifying last-minute accommodation booking

By   89 days ago

Booking.com has today announced the launch of its Booking Now app for iOS users in the UK, following its launch

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Sky’s 3D channel will close on June 9, all content moving to on-demand

By   28 days ago

UK broadcaster Sky has confirmed that it will be closing its dedicated 3D channel next month. From June 9, customers wanting to access Sky’s 3D content will only be

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Sky’s digital movie store is now open to non-subscribers – and it sends you the DVD too

By   41 days ago

Your choice of places to download movies in the UK and Ireland isn’t exactly limited. There’s loads including iTunes, Google Play and Amazon to name three. That’s why Sky’s

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Maaxi’s taxi app will let you reserve individual seats in London’s black cabs

By   41 days ago

London has a pretty crowded taxi-booking space, so with each new entrant comes a slightly different twist on how it promises to get you from A to

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EE switches on Wi-Fi calls and texts for customers with compatible handsets

By   49 days ago

EE has announced that its Wi-Fi calls and texts feature, which allows customers to route voice calls and SMS through Wi-Fi networks when

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EE’s Power Bar scheme lets you grab a new portable charger whenever you like

By   54 days ago

With smartphone battery life a long lamented pain point of pretty much any smartphone from the last few years, EE

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Nest Learning Thermostats in the UK fail to spring forward to British Summer Time

By   57 days ago

Some people in the UK woke up a little colder over the weekend as the Nest Learning Thermostats encountered a glitch while updating to British Summer Time

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Google loses bid to stop UK consumers from suing over alleged privacy violations

By   60 days ago

UK consumers will continue to have the right to potentially bring legal action against Google for an alleged misuse of privacy settings

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Microsoft Band coming to the UK on April 15 for £170

By   70 days ago

Microsoft has today confirmed that its fitness tracker, the Microsoft Band, will be available in the UK from April 15 and will cost £169.99. First launched in

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Sky’s 3D channel will close on June 9, all content moving to on-demand

By   28 days ago

UK broadcaster Sky has confirmed that it will be closing its dedicated 3D channel next month. From June 9, customers wanting to access Sky’s 3D content will only be

Read More →

Sky’s digital movie store is now open to non-subscribers – and it sends you the DVD too

By   41 days ago

Your choice of places to download movies in the UK and Ireland isn’t exactly limited. There’s loads including iTunes, Google Play and Amazon to name three. That’s why Sky’s

Read More →

Amazon’s Fire TV Stick is now available in the UK and Germany, and it might just have replaced my Roku

By   41 days ago

Amazon’s Fire TV Stick, available in the US since the end of last year, is now available to buy in the UK and Germany for the first

Read More →

Sharing that picture of your ex naked could now land you two years in a UK jail

By   43 days ago

Not that you would, of course, but if you’ve ever been tempted to post pictures of your ex online, or indeed

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Bounce’s London taxi app shows promise but needs more drivers and lower fares

By   53 days ago

With Uber, GetTaxi, Hailo, UbiCabs, Kabbee, Addison Lee and other services already offering Londoners the option of booking a car in just a few presses, the question of whether

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Nest Learning Thermostats in the UK fail to spring forward to British Summer Time

By   57 days ago

Some people in the UK woke up a little colder over the weekend as the Nest Learning Thermostats encountered a glitch while updating to British Summer Time

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Google loses bid to stop UK consumers from suing over alleged privacy violations

By   60 days ago

UK consumers will continue to have the right to potentially bring legal action against Google for an alleged misuse of privacy settings

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First look: Channel 4’s new All 4 on-demand streaming platform

By   61 days ago

On Monday next week Channel 4 will be putting its new on-demand streaming platform All 4 live for users in the UK. With new

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Sky’s 3D channel will close on June 9, all content moving to on-demand

By   28 days ago

UK broadcaster Sky has confirmed that it will be closing its dedicated 3D channel next month. From June 9, customers wanting to access Sky’s 3D content will only be

Read More →

FetchMe, the UK’s version of Magic, will let you request anything (legal) via SMS

By   49 days ago

FetchMe is a new service based in the UK that allows anyone to order pretty much anything simply by sending an SMS. Yes, of

Read More →

EE’s Power Bar scheme lets you grab a new portable charger whenever you like

By   54 days ago

With smartphone battery life a long lamented pain point of pretty much any smartphone from the last few years, EE

Read More →

Google loses bid to stop UK consumers from suing over alleged privacy violations

By   60 days ago

UK consumers will continue to have the right to potentially bring legal action against Google for an alleged misuse of privacy settings

Read More →

Microsoft Band coming to the UK on April 15 for £170

By   70 days ago

Microsoft has today confirmed that its fitness tracker, the Microsoft Band, will be available in the UK from April 15 and will cost £169.99. First launched in

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UK spies were fired for inappropriately accessing personal data, says Intelligence and Security Committee

By   75 days ago

Employees of the UK’s security and intelligence services – Mi5, Mi6 and GCHQ – have been fired for inappropriately accessing personal data acquired through bulk surveillance operations, according to a

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Dayafterday wants you to explore, gather and follow the content that fits you

By   84 days ago

Each week we’re profiling one company that has been selected for Boost – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with

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iZettle launches its first free entry-level Chip & PIN card reader

By   98 days ago

Taking mobile payments if you’re a truly independent retailer can be a bit of a laborious process, and while the likes of Square, Payleven and iZettle have eased that

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Amazon’s Fire TV Stick is now available in the UK and Germany, and it might just have replaced my Roku

By   41 days ago

Amazon’s Fire TV Stick, available in the US since the end of last year, is now available to buy in the UK and Germany for the first

Read More →

Maaxi’s taxi app will let you reserve individual seats in London’s black cabs

By   41 days ago

London has a pretty crowded taxi-booking space, so with each new entrant comes a slightly different twist on how it promises to get you from A to

Read More →

FetchMe, the UK’s version of Magic, will let you request anything (legal) via SMS

By   49 days ago

FetchMe is a new service based in the UK that allows anyone to order pretty much anything simply by sending an SMS. Yes, of

Read More →

EE switches on Wi-Fi calls and texts for customers with compatible handsets

By   49 days ago

EE has announced that its Wi-Fi calls and texts feature, which allows customers to route voice calls and SMS through Wi-Fi networks when

Read More →

Bounce’s London taxi app shows promise but needs more drivers and lower fares

By   53 days ago

With Uber, GetTaxi, Hailo, UbiCabs, Kabbee, Addison Lee and other services already offering Londoners the option of booking a car in just a few presses, the question of whether

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ByHours now lets ‘business travellers’ book a hotel room in London for 3, 6 or 12 hours

By   55 days ago

If you think the only accommodation you can book by the hour is the sort of end-of-the-line motels you might find littering parts of

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Nest Learning Thermostats in the UK fail to spring forward to British Summer Time

By   57 days ago

Some people in the UK woke up a little colder over the weekend as the Nest Learning Thermostats encountered a glitch while updating to British Summer Time

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Google loses bid to stop UK consumers from suing over alleged privacy violations

By   60 days ago

UK consumers will continue to have the right to potentially bring legal action against Google for an alleged misuse of privacy settings

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EE’s Power Bar scheme lets you grab a new portable charger whenever you like

By   54 days ago

With smartphone battery life a long lamented pain point of pretty much any smartphone from the last few years, EE

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Nest Learning Thermostats in the UK fail to spring forward to British Summer Time

By   57 days ago

Some people in the UK woke up a little colder over the weekend as the Nest Learning Thermostats encountered a glitch while updating to British Summer Time

Read More →

First look: Channel 4’s new All 4 on-demand streaming platform

By   61 days ago

On Monday next week Channel 4 will be putting its new on-demand streaming platform All 4 live for users in the UK. With new

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Microsoft Band coming to the UK on April 15 for £170

By   70 days ago

Microsoft has today confirmed that its fitness tracker, the Microsoft Band, will be available in the UK from April 15 and will cost £169.99. First launched in

Read More →

UK spies were fired for inappropriately accessing personal data, says Intelligence and Security Committee

By   75 days ago

Employees of the UK’s security and intelligence services – Mi5, Mi6 and GCHQ – have been fired for inappropriately accessing personal data acquired through bulk surveillance operations, according to a

Read More →

Dayafterday wants you to explore, gather and follow the content that fits you

By   84 days ago

Each week we’re profiling one company that has been selected for Boost – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with

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TalkTalk’s systems breached, subscribers’ info stolen and used in scams

By   88 days ago

UK-based phone, TV and broadband service provider TalkTalk confirmed today that its networks were breached last December. The company said that users’ personal data — including names, addresses,

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Booking Now for iOS comes to Europe with the promise of simplifying last-minute accommodation booking

By   89 days ago

Booking.com has today announced the launch of its Booking Now app for iOS users in the UK, following its launch

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