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Half of Argos’ sales now online

Almost half of Argos’ sales are now online with their strongest quarterly digital sales rise for three years. Almost half of Argos sales now take place over the internet, the retailer’s parent company has said as it unveiled its strongest qua...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jul 19, 2016

55% of Ocado transactions now mobile

Ocado said that more than half of its orders were checked out using mobile devices, as it reported double digit sales growth. Some 55% of Ocado orders were checked out using a smartphone or tablet computer in the 24 weeks to May 15. Over the same per...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jun 30, 2016

UK facing digital skills crisis warn MPs

Urgent action is needed to deal with the UK’s digital skills crisis, warn MPs- or it risks damaging the country’s productivity and competitiveness. It is thought 12.6 million adults lack basic digital skills, while 5.8 million have never...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jun 15, 2016

Web firms pledge to tackle online hate speech

Microsoft, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook have pledged to remove hate speech within 24 hours, in support of a code of conduct drafted by the EU. The freshly drafted code aims to limit the viral spread of online abuse on social media. It requires the f...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jun 5, 2016

Customer Service Officer needed Urgently at Virtual HR Jobs in Kenya

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by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on May 13, 2016

Music streaming increases sales of vinyl records

Music streaming sites are helping to drive sales of vinyl records, new research suggests. Half of consumers say they listened to an album online before buying a vinyl copy, according to an ICM poll, shared with the BBC. The behaviour is more common f...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Apr 27, 2016

EU watchdogs demand revisions to Safe Harbour replacement

EU privacy watchdogs have demanded changes to a pact meant to govern cross Atlantic data transfers. The group urged the US and European Commission to revise and clarify several points in the proposed Privacy Shield agreement in order to safeguard EU...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Apr 18, 2016

Legal ruling that computer hacking by GCHQ is not illegal

GCHQ is within UK law when it hacks into computers and smart phones, a security tribunal has ruled. Campaigners Privacy International have lost a legal challenge claiming the spying post’s hacking operations are too intrusive and break European...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Feb 21, 2016

Fitness First’s XFit gets on expansion mode as demand soars

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Free Press Release Submitted by fitnessfirstme.com Press Release Distribution Dubai fitness enthusiasts turn to intense strength workouts as an effective way of achieving their fitness goals sparking a new trend for fitness...
by Free PR Online on Feb 3, 2016

Fitness First ME celebrates a decade of strength, innovation and success

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Free Press Release Submitted by fitnessfirstme.com Press Release Distribution Dubai – UAE: January 24, 2016: The region’s leading front-runners in fitness innovation; Fitness First, celebrates its 10th anniversary since...
by Free PR Online on Jan 26, 2016

Google stores children’s data claims civil liberties group

Google collects schoolchildren’s personal data, including internet searches, a civil liberties group says. In a complaint to the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) said the alleged practice broke both Go...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Dec 20, 2015

BBC iPlayer watched by more than 60m outside the UK for free

More than 60 million people are watching the BBC iPlayer for free outside of the UK by masking their location. Analysts estimate 65 million people regularly access the BBC catch-up TV service using virtual private networks (VPNs) or proxy servers. In...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Aug 25, 2015

Cars can be hacked using digital radio broadcasts

Several car infotainment systems are vulnerable to a hacking that could potentially put lives at risk. Car infotainment systems can allow drivers to see vehicle status updates, play music and videos, view maps and in some cases run third-party apps,...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Aug 15, 2015

Mozilla blocks Flash by default on Firefox browser

Adobe’s Flash is being blocked by default on the Firefox web browser. Mozilla which develops Firefox, imposed the block because recently unearthed bugs in Flash were being actively used by cyber-thieves. The bugs were detailed in a cache of doc...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jul 15, 2015

iPad 2 keeps crashing rebooting after ios 8 update | Apple Support Communities

Just been checking the blogs logs again and notice I’ve had visits from Apple assigned IP Addresses again 17.142.148.12 17.142.149.254 17.142.149.254 17.142.151.187 17.142.151.187 17.142.151.80 17.142.152.120 17.142.152.140 17.142.152.35 Guessi...
by Its a Blog ! Not a Log ! on Jun 19, 2015

Internet Magna Carta vote launched by British Library

Thousands of young people are taking part in a UK debate about what should be included in a “Magna Carta” for the digital age by the British Library. Their most popular priority was safety on the net, followed by protecting freedom of spe...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jun 15, 2015

Jobs Opportunities-Biggest Micro Finance Bank- Tameer Bank

    The biggest micro Finance bank offered jobs in different positions. Tameer Bank offer you career opportunities build your career through tamer bank Bank […] The post Jobs Opportunities-Biggest Micro Finance Bank- Tameer Bank appeared firs...
by PkVacancy on Jun 14, 2015

Contactless cards drives 10% rise in card payments

Low value transactions drove a 10% rise in purchases made on a card in 2014 compared with a year earlier. The introduction of touch and go contactless card technology on transport in London last September was one reason behind the rise. Use on London...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Jun 8, 2015

More UK people using internet

More people are using the Internet in the UK- according to official statistics. In the first quarter (Jan to Mar) 2015, 86% of adults (44.7 million) in the UK had used the internet in the last 3 months (recent users), an increase of 1 percentage poin...
by Search Clinic on Jun 1, 2015

Online shopping increases van sales

The increase of online shopping has helped van sales in the UK to a record high. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders said a home delivery boom had resulted in almost 100,000 vans being registered in the first three months of 2015 – 2...
by Dyenamic Solutions on Apr 26, 2015


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