It’s official, GAME has entered administration and we’ll shortly be seeing high street store closures as well as a rise in unemployment rates. However if they find a buyer who wants to take on £180m debt, they might be alright.
Sky have just announced that they’re taking the shackles off their Anytime+ service so that all of their HD customers, no matter who their broadband provider is, can benefit from the catch-up service.
Thousands of student details have accidentally been released as part of a mass email distribution. The email addresses of the students were sent out as an attachment to an email which prompted students to complete their grant application forms.
EA’s UK boss Keith Ramsdale spoke out at the Westminster Media Forum recently, in support of GAME, after it was revealed that GAME has gone into administration.
A very odd, yet intriguing, initiative to turn homeless people into 4G WiFi hotspots has come under scrutiny, but the marketing firm behind it has defended the project saying that they’re not selling anything and it does appear that it would benifit the homeless people who are a part of it.
Channel 4 Chief Executive David Abraham has just announced that they’ll be launching a brand new channel called “4Seven”, which will be a varient of Channel 4 and will include social media buzz in the new channel’s schedule.
For those of you haven’t heard, Joseph Kony is a man from Uganda, Africa. However, he’s an evil mass-murdering African military leader who has been abducting children, to turn the boys into soldiers and the girls into sex slaves, for almost the past 30 years.
It has now been revealed that LulzSec “Leader”, Hector Xavier Monsegur, has been working with the FBI, as an informant, for the last nine months after his own arrest in August last year.
With the range of mobile phones we tend to see available in stores and on advertisements these days, it is easy to think that purchasing a sophisticated new mobile device will be a very expensive experience. Indeed, in most cases, the smart phones that are popular these days do tend to be more expensive than [...]
As London’s financial services sector continues to downsize, it has been left up to technology companies to take up the resulting slack in the property market. 2011 saw the amount of London office space taken by telecoms, tech and internet startup companies double, with the tech industry as a whole snapping up around 1.3 million [...]