Archive: January 2014
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In case you haven’t noticed, most things are online now: TV listings, Microsoft, stress balls, Morgan Freeman. You can even use the internet to buy things. All kinds of things. In fact, it’s often much easier to buy things online than it is by phone or in-store. Now you might think, hold on internet man, […]

magento

If you have or are just starting an ecommerce business and have heard so many businesses talking about Magento, you may be wondering why so many choose this platform.  In the following article we will outline 4 of the main reasons why so many businesses choose the Magento platform and why you should also consider […]

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SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer technology, is one of the most widely used security protocols present on the Internet today, but like all technologies, it isn’t without its own set of flaws. SSL in itself is considered an effective security measure and is difficult to circumvent directly, but its limitations prevent it from being used […]

3d

One of the most interesting technological advances of the last couple of years is undoubtedly the invention of the 3D printers.  For the uninitiated, 3D printers such as the Cube Personal 3D printer bring your designs to life.  They follow a pattern and build it in 3D by melting plastic filament and drawing hundreds of […]

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If you are interested in improving your broadband connection you may be curious as to what the difference is between standard ADSL broadband and the much talked about fibre optic broadband like that offered by virgin media.  In the following article we will explain the difference between the two when considering the most important factors, […]

How to guarantee your software rights

Software licenses have become part of the background noise of technological advancements. You know you’re going to be asked to acquiesce to the terms and conditions of a provider’s license agreement. You know that most of it will be the provider setting the legal boundaries for your use of their software, and at the end […]