Apple Pay's London launch is a disaster
Published in Mobiles


Mind the Gap in expectations 

The launch of Apple Pay in the UK has been a complete disaster, the software does not work, the system charges you double, and some leading banks do not support it yet.  

UK spying law is illegal
Published in News


Courts say it needs a re-think

The British High Court has ruled that Emergency surveillance legislation introduced by the coalition government last year is illegal.

Apple pay dooms itself in UK
Published in Mobiles


Too inflexible 

Apple is having a huge problem getting its Apple Pay off the ground in the US, so now it is having a crack at the UK.

US running out of IP4 addresses
Published in News


IPv6 not still widely adopted

The US organisation responsible for doling out IP addresses has rejected a request because there was not enough stock of the IPv4 flavour.

Xiaomi sells 6 million Mi Bands
Published in News


$13 fitness band kicking iWatch to death

Although you will not see it in the Tame Apple Press, in China Xiaomi is flogging shedloads of fitness bands for $13.

Apple tries to off-load Apple Pay on the Brits
Published in News


No luck in the US

While US retailers have treated Apple Pay with a loud resounding yawn, Jobs' Mob thinks it will have more like with the British.

Qualcomm sells Spectrum
Published in News


Captain Scarlet to take voluntary redundancy

Chipmaker Qualcomm has flogged off a chunk of the l-Band spectrum it has in Britain.

Pirate Bay still accessible
Published in News


UK blocking failure

The British Empire's attempt to crush piracy using the power of the Internet has been about as successful as its 19th century invasion of Afghanistan.

Coppers arrest Lizard squad suspect
Published in News


Hacker swoop

Coppers across the UK have arrested 56 people on suspicion of computer hacking offences.

04 December 2014

UK brings in Google Tax

y money

Beats taxing the unemployed