Spotify is tying podcasts and music close together. The company announced today that it’s testing a new podcast format that’ll allow podcast listeners to hear entire music tracks during a show, as opposed to a brief sample. Hosts will also… Read More ›
“An astonishing blast of heresy casting doubt on the future of the computer in modern life has come from the very person who designed the first personal computer.” (1985). Tweeted here. Guess he was wrong.
A 400-resident village in Wales suffered 18 months of DSL Internet outages each morning until the culprit was identified as electrical interference from an old TV set. The residents of Aberhosan mysteriously experienced the outages each morning at 7am. Openreach,… Read More ›
Smartwatch maker Garmin paid a multi-million dollar ransom to criminals who encrypted its computer files through a ransomware negotiation business called Arete IR, sources have told Sky News. Earlier this week Sky News reported that Garmin had obtained the decryption… Read More ›
The fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic casts “significant doubt” on Monzo’s ability to continue as a going concern, says the challenger bank in its annual report, which shows a £113.8 million loss for the year. Monzo has won over 4.4… Read More ›
In a letter announcing his decision, sent to all European data protection regulators, Thomas le Bonniec said: “It is worrying that Apple (and undoubtedly not just Apple) keeps ignoring and violating fundamental rights and continues their massive collection of data…. Read More ›