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Amazon Prime saves blockbuster sci-fi show The Expanse from obscurity

Update: Amazon boss Jeff Bezos has confirmed that The Expanse will return on Amazon Prime, though as yet there’s no fixed date for season four. Our original story continues below… The Expanse has been around for three seasons now and was Syfy’s big push into creating a blockbuster science-fiction TV show.  Big money did mean, however, that the show would ... Read More »

Is your website ready for Generation Z?

How are perceptions of the web changing with younger generations? Gen Z is becoming a driving force in virtually every type of user and consumer trend. This large, diverse generation of digital natives is growing up in a vastly different world than any previous generation. They have never known an analog world, which produces a different set of expectations for ... Read More »

Is your website ready for Generation Z?

How are perceptions of the web changing with younger generations? Gen Z is becoming a driving force in virtually every type of user and consumer trend. This large, diverse generation of digital natives is growing up in a vastly different world than any previous generation. They have never known an analog world, which produces a different set of expectations for ... Read More »

The best broadband deals in May 2018

Find the best broadband deal for you Let’s face it…shopping for broadband deals is a pain in the proverbial. With internet providers like BT broadband, Sky, Virgin Media and TalkTalk all trying to get your business and all claiming to have the best rates, it can be bewildering to say the least. And then there’s all the different broadband plans ... Read More »

‘Average’ speeds to be displayed on all broadband deals from this week

A major change in how broadband deals are advertised will come in to force on Wednesday May 23. Instead of displaying their speeds with ‘up to’ values, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) requires that internet providers show their ‘average’ speed. All broadband deals will have to advertise the download speed available to at least 50% of customers at peak times, ... Read More »

What is GDPR? Everything you need to know about the new EU data laws

GDPR has been all over the news recently, as companies of all sizes scrabble to make sure they’re ready for the new regulations. The new rules are set to come into force on May 25 2018, meaning your business only has a few more days to ensure it’s compliant. But what exactly does GDPR entail? Here’s our guide to everything ... Read More »

Best website monitoring services of 2018

Best website monitoring services 1. Wachete 2. Webmon 3. Changetower 4. Distill.io 5. Versionista Read on for our detailed analysis of each service In 2018, the web is a crazy place. Even pages that look the same are updated constantly – so if you want to make sure you stay on top of all the changes made to your website, ... Read More »

How a simple Tinder trick created a women-only social network

In 2014, GirlCrew co-founder Elva Carri found herself at a loose end – she wanted to go dancing but all her friends were either too busy or too tired. Rather than resigning herself to a night in, she took to Tinder, created account as a man and explained in her profile that she was a woman looking for platonic company. The ... Read More »

Bigger than Linux: The rise of cloud native

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s first KubeCon + CloudNativeCon of the year took place in the Bella Center, Copenhagen. A giant greenhouse of a building with snaking industrial pipework and connecting concrete bridges; it’s a vast container made of glass letting in light. A suitable setting for an industry that’s evolved rapidly from the release of Docker’s  superstar container technology ... Read More »

Leaseweb bolsters cloud empire with ServInt acquisition

Cloud hosting giant Leaseweb, which offers all manner of web hosting and CDN services, has announced the acquisition of ServInt, a heavyweight provider of managed hosting based in North Virginia. ServInt has been around for over 20 years and offers a range of managed VPS and dedicated server plans aimed at enterprises, alongside public, private and hybrid cloud products. The ... Read More »

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