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  • How to secure your WordPress site against hacker attacks

    Posted on 16 Apr 2013 by Neville Hobson

    One of the easiest content management systems to set up and use is WordPress, the largest self-hosted blogging platform in the world, powering more than 60 million websites worldwide. That fact may be a key reason why WordPress is in the more

  • Make your website actually work

    Posted on 08 Mar 2013 by Neville Hobson

    When was the last time you checked your website to ensure that it’s effectively supporting your business goals? In this age of social communication that’s rapidly evolving as tools and channels like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest more

  • Browse ‘n Move – The State and Trends of Mobile Internet

    Posted on 19 Oct 2011 by mostash

    Oh, mobile browsing – one of the hottest topics these days isn’t it? Now that all the cool kids and their grandmas have Internet access on their mobile gadgets (90% of the population has mobile network coverage!), we can take a more

  • Lazy users make it easy for mobile phone hackers

    Posted on 12 Jul 2011 by Alan Burns

    The News of the World scandal has turned a spotlight on telephone security. Surprisingly, it’s often easy to hack into phones and voice mail because owners make it easy. Owners often don’t enable or update their security. & more

  • Most popular domains

    Posted on 30 Jun 2011 by Alan Burns

    As I reported in a recent post, late next year the flood of new domain suffixes will begin, due to recent decisions by Internet body ICANN. To commemmorate what may soon be seen as “the good old days” of 22 top-level domains ( more

  • Wave of new domain names coming

    Posted on 25 Jun 2011 by Alan Burns

    Dot-com will soon have plenty of competition. Under new rules approved this week, top-level domains could be almost anything, such as .guitar, .tofu and .halibut. ICANN, the Internet body overseeing domain names, voted to open up the more

  • Would you like a side of virus with your Big Mac?

    Posted on 23 Jun 2011 by Alan Burns

    Today I received the following e-mail message: Subject: Don’t miss The Free Five-Course Breakfast Day From: “Your McDonalds” Hello. McDonalds invites you to The Free Supper Day which will take place on 23 June, 2011, in more

  • Kinect gaming system helps Toronto surgeons

    Posted on 15 Jun 2011 by Alan Burns

    Surgeons at Sunnybrook hospital in Toronto, Canada, are using video game technology as an aid in surgery. Using Microsoft’s Xbox platform and the hands-free Kinect controller, surgeons access medical images such as X-rays, MRIs and more

  • Google banner continues to annoy

    Posted on 26 May 2011 by Alan Burns

    I’m surprised. I thought Google would have listened to the backlash and stopped annoying its users. Last month I wrote about the banner that appears at the top of Google’s search results page, saying: Come Here Often? Make more

  • Printing without a printer

    Posted on 20 May 2011 by Alan Burns

    Sometimes you need to print a document without being connected to a printer. This process is often referred to as using a virtual printer. There are many scenarios when this would be necessary: You’ve completed a document and spent more

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