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London election debate shows tech doesn’t exist separate from society
Five of the London mayoral candidates gathered yesterday to debate the city’s fastest-growing sector: technology. All of them were keen to woo the techie crowd at Here East, a ‘digital campus’ in the former Olympic Park: frontrunners Sadiq Khan and Zac Goldsmith but also Sian Berry (Green), Caroline Pidgeon... Read more
Dropbox enhances its productivity tools across the board
Dropbox just dumped a ton of new productivity features on users of its file storage and collaboration service that are all aimed at making it easier for people to get work done within its applications.  Updates to the Dropbox app for iOS allow users to scan documents directly into... Read more
Facebook brings reaction emojis to 360-degree VR videos     – CNET
Does this 360 video make you happy? Now you can note that in VR videos. Facebook You will soon be able to share your feelings about 360-degree videos viewed on Gear VR goggles. Facebook said Wednesday it will begin rolling out support for its Reactions emojis for 360 videos... Read more
Illuminating the Dark Art of Making Neon Signs
The word “massage” glowing in a dark alley. That buzzing “Pabst” sign hanging in your favorite dive bar. For decades, neon signs have lit up every corner of urban life. And although commercial uses have dwindled (blame LEDs), the craft of making these signs is still alive. Neon makers,... Read more
Kabbage partners with Scotiabank to provide small business loans in Canada and Mexico
Small business lending platform Kabbage announced a partnership with Scotiabank today to make it easier for residents of Canada and Mexico to take out small business loans of up to $100,000 in minutes. Kabbage has historically worked directly with small businesses to rapidly evaluate lenders. The company has relied on... Read more
Retiree Sues Apple For $7,500 for Wiping Honeymoon Photos From His iPhone
“15 years worth of contacts” were also lost For Deric White, a 68-year old resident of the Pimlico neigborhood of central London, UK, it seemed the world was his oyster.  An old age pensioner (OAP) he was enjoying the freedom of retirement and had just gotten married.  He and... Read more
Nvidia's launches the dirt cheap GeForce GT 710 graphics card
Nvidia has released a dirt cheap graphics card to the market, known as the GeForce GT 710, providing what the company claims is “up to 10x better performance than integrated graphics” and a gaming experience that’s “up to 80% faster”. These performance statistics might be a bit of an... Read more
You're likely to get charged more if you tell the PC repair shop you have insurance
Researchers at the University of Innsbruck recently conducted a study to determine whether or not having a computer repaired with the backing of an insurance provider would affect the overall cost charged by a repair shop. The results probably won’t surprise you. As Ars Technica highlights, researchers purchased a... Read more
SmartFTP Client 8.0.2226.0
SmartFTP is an FTP (File Transfer Protocol), FTPS, SFTP, SSH, Terminal client. It allows you to transfer files between your local computer and a server on the Internet. With its many basic and advanced Features SmartFTP also offers secure, reliable and efficient transfers that make it a powerful tool.... Read more
VLC 2.0 for Android released with pop-up video view, network play and more
VLC for Android has received a major update that adds a number of highly requested new features to the popular video player. Among the big ones in version 2.0 is the ability to watch videos in a pop up windowed mode and network playback, with support for DLNA, Windows... Read more