Kaspersky Rolls Out Free Antivirus Software Worldwide
Antivirus software company Kaspersky is starting a free global rollout of the bare essentials of its famous antivirus software.
VPNs Blocked In China, Banned In Russia
Global Internet freedom has experienced some setbacks recently as Apple pulled VPNs from its Chinese App Store, and Russia has banned VPNs completely.
Tech Tip : Useful Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts
Keyboard shortcuts are a fast way to carry out specific tasks and access certain modes and features. Here are a few keyboard shortcuts that you may find useful in Windows 10:
You Can Be Easily Identified From Your Browsing Data
German researchers have reported that the browsing data used by some companies to create customised display adverts can also be easily tracked to individual users, and could be used against us by cyber criminals.
MoneySuperMarket Fined For Sending Emails
The Information Commissioner’s Office has fined MoneySuperMarket £80,000 for sending 7 million emails to former subscribers who had already opted out of receiving communications from the company.
Google Stopping Instant Search
With the huge rise in the use of mobile devices, and to promote design consistency across platforms, Google has dropped its Instant Search feature for desktops.
A Great Example Of Video To Engage With Your Market
In the interest of starting the kids early with life skills, The Halifax is enlisting the help of young YouTube stars / ‘vloggers’, to help teach other children about basic money management.
EE Clutches Onto No.1 Spot
The level of competition in the mobile network market has now become so fierce that O2, Three, and Vodafone have made inroads into EE’s lead in overall market share.
New 'Pay To Read' Facebook Content Model
It has been reported that in a move to satisfy the publishers on its social network, Facebook may soon be moving over to charging its users for reading news on its platform.