A history of how it became possible to play Candy Crush on the daily commute: Part 1

A history of how it became possible to play Candy Crush on the daily commute: Part 1

Video games weren’t always the hi-tech, super-immersive entertainment form they are today. Back when The W1nners’ Club was nothing more than a twinkle in its father’s eye, people had to connect bulky wooden games consoles to their black and white television sets just to be able to indulge in any form of interactive entertainment. As…

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How to stay safe from prying eyes at your workplace computer

How to stay safe from prying eyes at your workplace computer

Your workplace computer offers a multitude of ways that enemies in the office can gain access to the parts of your life that you’d rather were kept hidden. It may be that you’ve sent a CV to a prospective employer, or maybe you’re having an extra-marital affair with the hot blonde Essex girl/boy that works…

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HMRC says the global cyber attack is no excuse for late tax returns

HMRC says the global cyber attack is no excuse for late tax returns

  HM Revenue and customs has said that the global cyberattack is not a good enough excuse for people that have not yet filed their tax returns.   The cyber attack that affected companies around the world may have started via corrupted updates on a piece of accountancy software and notorious late payers to the…

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3 Ways to uncover your colleague’s computer password

3 Ways to uncover your colleague’s computer password

In the digital era, most sensitive information is stored on computers. Should you find yourself embroiled in an office rivalry with one of your colleagues, perhaps you are going for the same internal promotion for example – you can give yourself a head start on the competition by obtaining their password and rooting around in their…

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