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Archived Since:February 3, 2010

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Eight things you need to check off when hiring your first employee

Before you post that new job and start interviewing candidates there are some important things you need to do. Read more about Eight things you need to check off when hiring your first employee

The death of crowdfunding

Some crowdfunding projects have been inspiring, innovative and worthwhile, but recently crowdfunding sites have been swamped with less than noteworthy projects and more than a few scams. Read more about The death of crowdfunding

Is your phone ruining your sex life?

by Aatif Sulleyman According to a survey of 1,500 UK couples between the ages of 18 and 30 the answer may be a qualified yes. Read more about Is your phone ruining your sex life?

How to ensure your business' data is safe from inside threats

by Dave McNally Although you may trust your employees, a rogue member of staff or disillusioned co-worker has the potential to create immeasurable damage to your organisation. Read more about How to ensure your business' data is safe from inside threats

This is a simple way to create you own delivery app

by Paul Cooper If you wanted to create a delivery business for your business without any coding skills then British company Preoday has your back. Read more about This is a simple way to create you own delivery app

Greenpeace hearts Apple because solar farms

by Sam Pudwell Greenpeace has officially released a statement in support of Apple for making iCloud greener and bemoaning Amazon for the opposite. Read more about Greenpeace hearts Apple because solar farms

Silent Circle is going to leverage encrypted VoIP to rule them all

by Alysia Judge Watch out Skype and Viber, the group behind the so-called unhackable Blackphone, Silent Circle, is gunning for you. Read more about Silent Circle is going to leverage encrypted VoIP to rule them all

Desktop PC sales to slip again, but not quite as much

According to the latest Gartner report traditional desktop PC sales will slip again next year but the decline is not as bad as in the past two years. Read more about Desktop PC sales to slip again, but not quite as much

Anti-piracy hackers turn anti-piracty site into Pirate Bay proxy

by Tom Phelan Argentinian music anti-piracy campaigner has been transformed it into a proxy of the very thing it hates. Read more about Anti-piracy hackers turn anti-piracty site into Pirate Bay proxy

Dragonfly is the latest advance in weaponised malware

by Will Semple If researchers' conclusions about Dragonfly prove even partially correct, it confirms the adoption of tactics and techniques by nation states or their proxy groups in the use of weaponised malware. Read more about Dragonfly is the latest advance in weaponised malware

Microsoft boosts security in Outlook and OneDrive

Microsoft is increasing the levels of security in some of their major products, reinforce legal protections and increase transparency. Read more about Microsoft boosts security in Outlook and OneDrive

Twitter adds #Ramadan and #Eid hashtags for Muslim celebration

Thursday June 26 marked the beginning of the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar as Ramadan, the month of fasting and Twitter has added new Arabic language capabilities for hashtags. Read more about Twitter adds #Ramadan and #Eid hashtags for Muslim celebration

Apple users buy more apps than Android ones

by Morenike Adebayo One platform is definitely more expensive than the other. Read more about Apple users buy more apps than Android ones

Google Cardboard: VR on the cheap (and it’s recyclable)

Along with the other announcements at Google’s I/O developers’ conference Google handed out Cardboard, a do-it-yourself VR headset kit made from – you guessed it – cardboard. Read more about Google Cardboard: VR on the cheap (and it’s recyclable)

The French turn their noses up at new .wine domains

by Jamie Hinks According to France, ICANN's new.wine domain is in contravention to a number of international trade agreements. Read more about The French turn their noses up at new.wine domains

Panasonic's new Toughpad FZ-E1 and FZ-X1 are really tough

Panasonic announced the U.S. launch of its 5-inch handheld tablets the Toughpad FZ-E1, using Windows Embedded 8.1 Handheld, and Toughpad FZ-X1, running Android 4.2.2 operating system. Read more about Panasonic's new Toughpad FZ-E1 and FZ-X1 are really tough

Even Harley-Davidson is going electric

by Sam Pudwell You may wonder what is going to happen to that roar but Harley-Davidson is inviting the public to test its first electric motorbike. Read more about Even Harley-Davidson is going electric

5 Tips for Launching Your Marketing Strategy

by Joe Hyland So you’ve got a new product all set to be released. Or maybe you’re a start-up that’s finally ready to launch. Whatever stage you’re in, it’s time to start marketing your product and driving revenue. Read more about 5 Tips for Launching Your Marketing Strategy

Elevate – a brain training app with real world consequences

by Sandra Vogel What's different about Elevate is that it claims to raise your power to earn more money. Sign us up. Read more about Elevate – a brain training app with real world consequences

Facebook downtime was a half million dollar glitch

by Darren Allan $500,000 is the ad revenue that Zuckerberg and co missed out on as the site outage spread. Chump change. Read more about Facebook downtime was a half million dollar glitch

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