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Does Microsoft’s new browser have the Edge?

After 20 years of Internet Explorer – Microsoft sends it into obscurity by launching a cleaner, leaner browser which debuts in Windows 10. Microsoft hopes the new browser will convince people to come back to Microsoft for their web browsing and put aside negative impressions they may have had with Internet Explorer. The browser is built […]

Thinking differently about design

Lenovo design VP David Hill thinks a lot about design. He comes from the same school of thought as F.A.Porshce who said “Change is easy, improvement is far more difficult.” On his blog at Lenovo he invites fellow ThinkPad afficiendos to join the discussion about a retro inspired ThinkPad stuffed with Modern Tech. He goes […]

Windows 10 release date set – and its free

Microsoft’s New OS Free to Download From 29 July in the UK. Yes – its true – Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for users who already have Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. Users will have exactly one year to take advantage of the free upgrade. The best thing of all is that Microsoft […]

Bing follows Google to reward mobile friendly sites

Following on from Google’s recent announcement that it would reward mobile friendly web sites, Bing has announced that it too will rolling out a mobile friendly algorithm for Bing mobile search results. Unlike Google’s “Mobilegeddon” statement Bing said it would work closely with webmasters to roll this out with the least amount of impact. Bing […]

European Plans for a Single Digital Market

The European Commission unveiled its detailed plans to create a Digital Single Market, thereby delivering on one of its top priorities. The plan is based around three pillars: Better access for consumers and businesses to digital goods and services across Europe. Creating the right conditions and a level playing field for digital networks and innovative […]

Misconceptions about web development

In the early days of the late nineties and the noughties we sometimes struggled to get our clients to fully understand the process which they were embarking on – we invested a lot of energy on compiling process documents that fully explained what each party had to bring to the table to launch which in […]

Google ups the stakes on mobile-friendliness

Google updated its algorithms today to take into account a sites mobile-friendliness. What this actually means is that sites that fail googles mobile-friendliness tests will appear less in search results and may not appear at all on searches initiated from mobile devices. We have learnt however that this change does not affect tablets or iPads. […]