The internet is a better teacher than a school – here’s some reasons why.

James O'Malley Web 2.0, Websites Leave a Comment

Today is GCSE exam results day here in the UK, when teenagers across the country will be nervously open envelopes to learn how they did - after spending the past couple of years putting in all that effort. Here's the thing though: School's a bit of a boring way to learn. So here's some hi-tech…

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Top 20 Best Free Kindle Fire HD Apps – Temple Run 2, Pinterest and more!

Gerald Lynch Android apps, Features, Round ups, Tablet, Tech Digest news 4 Comments

Amazon's Kindle Fire HD is one of the best value 7-inch tablets on the market. Kicking off at £159 for the 16GB version, it's got a vibrant 1280×800 resolution screen and a bag-sized form-factor that make it a great on-the-go…

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Wikipedia founder calls for meeting with Home Secretary following streaming student's extradition to the US

Gerald Lynch Internet, Tech Digest news, Websites Leave a Comment

Jimmy Wales, founder of online crowd-soured encyclopaedia Wikipedia, has called for a meeting with Home Secretary Theresa May following the extradition of a British student to the US on the grounds that he facilitated piracy. Richard O'Dwyer faces ten years…

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SOPA and PIPA: What the bills mean for the Internet, pirates, Hollywood and YOU

Gerald Lynch Columns & Opinion, Features, Intellectual Property, Tech Digest news, Websites Leave a Comment

Tried to get onto Wikipedia today? If you're from an English-speaking nation, then you were probably presented with the image above, and not the free source of community-built knowledge that the web encyclopedia is known for. And it's going to…

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