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How Google is helping us navigate through the Black Friday Sales

Over the past decade we’ve been gifted a fair few annual traditions from our lovely neighbours across the pond. First, the obsession with prom infiltrated our secondary schools. Then, we.

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The new ‘face’ of banking… it’s yours!

Financial heavy weights HSBC, Barclays and Lloyds Banking Group are all exploring new ways for customers to access their accounts, recently introducing “selfie verification” to pass identity checks for new accounts.

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iOS 10 Unveiled

It’s a well-known fact that the corporate behemoth that is Apple Inc. has infiltrated its way in the majority of our lives. Whether it’s using the latest iPhone, to playing.

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What does WhatsApp’s new privacy policy mean for more than one billion users worldwide?

Yesterday, it was announced that mobile messaging service WhatsApp will be giving parent company Facebook, the personal information (including phone numbers) of over a billion users’ as part of plans to “…test ways for people to communicate with businesses in the months ahead.”

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The danger of vanity metrics

The issue with vanity metrics is that they just don’t tell us that much, and they don’t matter nearly as much as one might think. They only serve to detail the current state of an activity, but present no insight into how that state was obtained or what measures should be taken.

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The digital storage debate

Whilst the exciting prospect of permanence in data storage seems within our reach, for now, should we be storing all of our information digitally?

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Britain set for a record breaking Black Friday thanks to hot-fingered online shoppers

Black Friday was engendered here in the UK in 2010 by online shopping giant Amazon and in the last two years it has enjoyed prominence with some of the UK’s biggest retailers; Marks & Spencer, Tesco and House of Fraser have all been taking part in the action.

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Two ways in which technology is helping to facilitate creativity. Plus this week’s digital round up.

What happened to the painters, the carpenters and the candle stick makers? One of the interesting debates of the century regards the relationship between technological advancement and creativity. People can be so wrapped up in their tech devices that they no longer have the time or the desire to be creative. The idea is that these technological advancements have inebriated our creative inclinations. Or have they?

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Is Apple Music a force to be reckoned with?

Apple launched their music-streaming platform this week, named Apple Music. They were “late to the party” but will this impact the success of the platform?

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Why a cashless future could be on the horizon and this week’s digital best bits

Given many of the recent developments in British ‘payment culture’, a cashless society may not be too distant a prospect for the UK.

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