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eBay wants to help you never miss a parcel as it expands its UK click-and-collect deal with Argos

By   /  July 3, 2014  /  Elgg, Freelancing, Inspiration, Popular, Technology  /  No Comments

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Digital-native companies are increasingly turning to bricks-and-mortar stores to help cater for customers’ needs, and internet juggernaut eBay is continuing this trend with the news

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Taxi regulator TfL takes legal advice and concludes Uber is operating lawfully in London

By   /  July 3, 2014  /  Editorial Pick, Elgg, Freelancing, General, Podcasts, Popular, Startups, Web, World  /  No Comments

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Back on June 11, thousands of black-cab drivers filled the streets of London in protest against Transport for London (TfL) and technology-enabled services such as

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Guevara, a ‘revolutionary’ P2P car insurance service launches in the UK

By   /  July 1, 2014  /  Android, Elgg, Podcasts, Popular, Startups, Web Design, World  /  No Comments

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It might seem like a bit of an odd move to name your startup after the figurehead of the Cuban Revolution and poster boy of rebellion Che Guevara

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Relative Insight: Language analysis to help brands understand their customers – and rivals

By   /  July 1, 2014  /  Business, Elgg, Freelancing, JavaScript, Popular, Web  /  No Comments

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The power of modern language analysis techniques in better understanding the world around us is as yet largely untapped. One company looking to

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The BBC’s Playlister ‘save it for later’ music service now lets you export tracks to iTunes

By   /  June 16, 2014  /  Business, Editorial Pick, Elgg, JavaScript, Popular, Social Media, Web  /  No Comments

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In addition to Spotify, Deezer and YouTube, BBC aficionados can now export their Playlister mixes to iTunes for purchase and audio playback. The service

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ITV will bring UK football fans near-live highlights of World Cup action on Twitter and Facebook

By   /  June 12, 2014  /  Apple, Business, Elgg, General, JavaScript, Podcasts, Social Media, Startups  /  No Comments

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London-based startup Grabyo is really starting to ramp up its media partnerships now. Just a couple of days after we revealed it was teaming up

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You can now register a .uk domain and save your visitors three keystrokes

By   /  June 10, 2014  /  Apple, Business, Editorial Pick, Elgg, General, Podcasts, Social Media, Startups, World  /  No Comments

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It’s always been a little bit odd that if you want a French domain you get .fr and if you want a German domain, you get a .de Web

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If you’re a UK Three subscriber, you can soon roam for free in France, Israel and 3 more countries

By   /  June 5, 2014  /  Android, Business, Elgg, Freelancing, Inspiration, JavaScript, Podcasts, Web, Web Design, World  /  No Comments

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Good news for Three subscribers: You’ll soon be able to use your domestic monthly bundle, including texts, calls and data, in five more countries without incurring any extra charges. The

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ITV channels arrive on Sky Go, giving UK subscribers live FIFA World Cup coverage on the move

By   /  June 4, 2014  /  Business, Elgg, Freelancing, General, Popular, Startups, Web  /  No Comments

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Sky is bolstering its internet-based Sky Go service with access to a number of ITV channels. Starting today, subscribers can quickly tune into

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Britain’s Channel 4 adds 3G and 4G streaming to its 4OD iOS app

By   /  June 3, 2014  /  Android, Apple, Business, Editorial Pick, Elgg, Freelancing, Inspiration, JavaScript, Podcasts, Popular, Startups  /  No Comments

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While much of the UK’s TV catch-up chatter seems to center around the BBC’s iPlayer, fellow British broadcaster Channel 4 has just introduced what

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