Amazon Challenges Google and Facebook For Ads Dominance
Reports that Amazon.com Inc has doubled its ad profits, is growing its ad business fast, and may be outselling ads on Twitter Inc and Snapchat, may soon see it in serious contention for ad dominance with its bigger rivals : Google and Facebook.
GDPR: Don’t Get Caught Out By Your Logfiles
With all the focus on the more visible elements of GDPR compliance ahead of the Regulation’s introduction of May 25th, one EU Working group is warning businesses not to forget what’s stored in the logfiles of their Internet-facing servers.
New Google ‘Chat’ SMS Message Replacement Rollout Begins
Google has begun the rollout of ‘Chat’, the messaging service that, it is hoped, will replace SMS text messages on Android phones, and bring it into the same ballpark as WhatsApp and Apple’s iMessage.
Martin Lewis Fights Facebook In Court
MoneySavingExpert’s (MSE) founder and TV consumer champion Martin Lewis (OBE) has commenced UK High Court proceedings against Facebook to sue the tech giant for defamation over a series of fake adverts bearing his name.
Tech Tip - Send Different File Types With WhatsApp
These days, many of us use the WhatsApp messaging service as part of our business communications. Thanks to functionality introduced last year, you can now send multiple file types e.g. APK’s, Zip and RAR files using WhatsApp. Here’s how:
WhatsApp Raises Age To 16 For GDPR
Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging service is raising its minimum age in Europe to 16 to comply with GDPR which comes into force on May 25th.
Tech Tip - Emails : ‘Undo Send’ ... !
If you use a Gmail account, and if you’ve ever sent an email and then experienced the terror of immediately wishing that you hadn’t, you could find the ‘Undo Send’ feature very useful.
Half of UK Manufacturers Hit By Cyber Attacks
A new report published by manufacturers’ organisation EEF in partnership with insurance firm AIG and the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) shows that 48% of UK manufacturers have been subject to a cyber-security incident at some time.
Google, The Law and Your 'Right To Be Forgotten'
A businessman has won the "right to be forgotten" by Google after taking his case to the High Court, because he wanted a past crime he had committed to be removed from Google’s search engine results.