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Old Phones Make a Comeback.

The launch of the revamped Nokia 3310 handset, 17 years after its debut, and unveiling of a new Android-powered Blackberry with an old-school physical keyboard show how phone companies are using nostalgia to their advantage.

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Bitcoin More Valuable Than Gold

The value of a unit of the web-based crypto-currency ‘Bitcoin’ has exceeded the value of an ounce of gold for the first time.

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Sage 50% Price Hike In April

Sage One customers have reportedly received letters informing them that as of April 1st this year, the price for the service will be increased by 50%, from £10 per month to £15 per month.

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IBM To Offer Quantum Computing Service

IBM is preparing to offer a service that gives access to (and use of) a powerful, universal quantum computer, via the cloud, thereby enabling users to solve complex problems and innovate.

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Windows 10 Programmable Updates

In response to complaints by Microsoft Windows 10 ‘Home’ edition users that the enforced reboots required for some updates are disruptive, Microsoft is enabling users to choose when their updates are installed, as from next month.

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Tech Tip: Pin Favourite Folders to the Start Menu

It helps to have your favourite and important folders to hand. Windows 10 allows you to pin them to the Start menu. Here’s how:

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