Tech Tip : Solve Network Problems Easily
If you have a network problem, Windows 10 gives you the ability to run a troubleshooter, or do a complete reset with a single click. Here’s how:
Home Secretary Calls For Government Access To WhatsApp Messages
The discovery that last week’s London terror attacker Khalid Masood used WhatsApp’s encrypted message service minutes before the killings have led for calls, not least by Home Secretary Amber Rudd, to give the government access to the un-encrypted content of messages on the platform.
Scammers Exploit Rise In Bitcoin Value
Scammers have been quick to exploit a rise in the value of web-based, crypto-currency Bitcoin by launching bogus online schemes with the lure of false money-making offers.
Laptop Bans on Aircraft
The UK and US governments have introduced a ban on taking laptops and tablets on planes as cabin baggage on flights from selected Middle East and North African Countries.
UK Launch For Twitter-Backed Small Business Card Payment Service
A new card and contactless payment service called ‘Square’, created by the boss of Twitter and aimed at small businesses, has launched in the UK this week.
One Third of Jobs At Risk From Automation
A new report by PwC claims that over 30% of UK jobs could be lost to automation by the year 2030.
Tech Tip : Share Your Windows Internet Connection By Making A Wireless Hotspot
If you’re looking for an easy and fast way to share your internet connection with your other devices, with Windows 10 you can do so by turning your computer into a wireless hotspot without extra software or advanced commands. Here’s how:
New Government Cyber Security Unit Encourages Business Co-Operation
After the opening of new National Cyber Security Centre in London in February (to act as part of GCHQ in Cheltenham), businesses are being encouraged to report serious data breaches to the NCSC in confidence.
Criminal Charge For Sending Flashing Tweet To Epileptic
A man has been arrested after he alleged tweeted a flashing animated strobe-style picture, which triggered an epileptic seizure in the recipient.
US police found (after searching sender 29-year-old John Rayne Rivello’s computer) that he had been researching the triggers of epileptic seizures online.