A new tool from Which? will tell you whether you may actually be able to reclaim some money from the train company for the inconvenience they’ve caused you.
Mashable has posted an interesting article on how Wall Street is looking to use data from social media to predict markets and ultimately influence trading decisions.
After days of downtime for the Playstation Network, Sony have finally admitted that customer data, possibly including credit card details, may have been leaked.
The Guardian has recently been doing an experiment into the security of public wi-fi “hotspots” such as BTOpenzone, and has published some worrying findings.
It’s no secret that Google has been looking to get itself into the daily deal/group buying phenomenon, openly courting Groupon at the end of last year, but falling short of a deal to buy them.
Group buying website Groupon has launched its iPhone app in the UK, allowing you to stay up-to-date with their latest deals whilst on the move.
Santander has been busy denying that its Alliance & Leicester online banking site has been the victim of a hack attack.
Nokia has announced an exclusive deal with Angry Birds, one of the most popular games on the iPhone and Android mobile platforms. Could it help push NFC into the mainstream?
The Register is reporting that Nationwide Building Society’s website was broken again today, the second time in two months.
LV= have released an iPhone app with a variety of functions to help UK drivers.