Banks to Refund Victims of Fraud in New Code Protection Scheme

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In the United Kingdom, a new protection scheme has been designed to protect individuals tricked into transferring money to fraudsters, which is now falling into place. Since last year, around 84,000 bank customers had been conned out of their money,… Continue Reading

MySpace loses 12 years worth of Music following Server Migration

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Does anyone still actually use MySpace these days? The site, whilst being one of first the online social networks, hasn’t exactly been too popular amongst social media users in last ten years. And, if you should ever log into your… Continue Reading

Google Dismisses Rumours of Axing Hangouts App

It was recently reported that Google will be shutting down their Hangouts app in 2020, which was reported by 9to5Google that the communications platform, which includes a number of features including messaging, video chat, SMS and VOIP, would be coming… Continue Reading

Why Instagram Is Becoming An Online Drug Dealing Marketplace

Social media can be a bit like a drug. Addictive, bad for your health, and can leave you looking like a manic anorexic with a severe eating disorder, riddled with incurable anxiety and begging for likes and validation. But a… Continue Reading