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That's probably the most confusing headline of my n3rdabl3 career. The company who creates the algorithm used to determine whether your website ranks well in their Search Engine, is searching for an SEO Specialist to ensure they rank well in their own search engines??
Astrid Task/To-do List has been a favourite of mine for a while now and those of you who read Lifehacker must also agree! The app...
Goodbye Windows Media Center and desktop gadgets, these features and more will be cut from Windows 10 As we previously reported, Windows 10 will launch...
Adobe Flash is used for more things than you may think on the world wide web, so you'd think that Adobe would make sure that it's constantly updated and all security holes are patched. Unfortunately that's not the case and Flash has become known as this unstable burden on the Web and Mozilla has had enough.
Commodore, wow, that's a name I've not heard for a long time. It looks like they're back, but before you head into your loft to find that box filled with dusty floppy disks and cassettes, you may want to wait a second as the classic 1980s company isn't releasing a new PC, instead they're releasing a smartphone.
For those of you who don't keep track of the millions of things NASA is doing in space, lately everyone has been keeping a close eye on New Horizon, a probe that's been doing a fly-by of Pluto, the planet that's not a planet (that's messed up, right?), in order to take some hi-resolution photos and as of three hours ago, those images started coming in. But how did NASA share those images? On Instagram of course.
If you're a musician Marshall is a pretty familiar name that you'd likely associate with guitar and bass amplifiers. What you wouldn't tie to one of the longest living names in the music biz, is smartphones. But out of nowhere Marshall has unveiled the London, a smartphone with musicians in mind.
The M9+ launched in early April as an exclusive in China but now HTC is branching out to Europe. However it appears as though the UK is going to miss out. The news was apparently 'confirmed to TechRadar by a HTC spokesperson'.
Forget Siri, Facebook is working on its own personal assistant coming to its Messenger app. Currently codenamed Moneypenny, according to The Information, it won't be a virtual-based assistant like Siri, Google Now, and Cortana, instead it'll be powered by "real people" to help with "researching and ordering products and services, among other tasks."
Earlier this week the Internet was awash with reports that Siri had a secret security feature, or a bug, that when the user asked it to "charge my phone to 100%", Apple's smart assistant would begin calling 911.
Motorola has started sending out invitations to a launch event for the next wave of Motorola devices. The event is set to take place on July 28 at 14:00 BST, and we're expecting to see the next Moto X, Moto G, and even the Moto E.
Amazon.co.uk has revealed early that during Prime Day, which begins at midnight tonight, customers can grab themselves a pretty insane deal on a 1TB PlayStation 4 console which comes with a PlayStation TV, three months PlayStation Plus, and more for just £329.00...
The OnePlus One was probably one of the most difficult devices to get due to the company's invite system but at the time it was necessary due to the company just starting up and wanting to meet demand with supply. When the OnePlus 2 eventually launches however, things will be much smoother.
Email spam has become a bit of a joke. We can easily identify spam from legitimate emails about as easy as telling the difference between a tree and a plank of wood. So it comes as no surprise that email spam is becoming a thing of the past. At least, that is according to security software company Symantec.
Users of the popular community board, reddit, must be happy today as Ellen Pao has resigned from the position of CEO of reddit as part of a "mutual agreement", and is being replaced by Steve Huffman, founder and the original reddit CEO.