The UK government has pledged to introduce new regulations to regulate cryptocurrency and offer protections against scammers.
There is no practicable way of using the internet without leaving some kind of digital footprint. However, there are ways to minimise the amount of data you leave behind – to maintain some privacy but also protect yourself from scammers. Here are five quick and easy solutions.
The government has called on broadband providers to do more to promote their social tariffs, following the news that very few of these packages have been taken up – mostly because people are unaware they exist.
You’ve just bought a new PC? Congratulations! Of course, after the financial outlay and all the time spent making sure you’re getting the right one, you’ll want to know how long you can reasonably use your new purchase.
Google has rolled out a new theme for its search engine – taking things to the darkest level possible.
The search giant announced in February it was rolling out a Dark theme, with the initial results showing lighter text against a very dark grey background. Now, Google has taken this to the furthest point possible, with its background going fully black (hex #000000).
The UK government has pledged a change to the law that would ensure the entire country is served by mobile connectivity – totally eradicating so-called ‘not spots’.
Over recent years the government has invested billions into installing new masts and networks across the UK to not just speed up the 5G roll out, but also ensure all areas of the UK get effective coverage.