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 BBC Technology News - 26-Apr-15 -------- Valve expands Steam 'mod' market - Game maker Valve has expanded its online store to let players who make 'mods' for games sell their creations.    -----     Rail upgrade 'raises hack risks' - A government adviser warns that a new hi-tech rail signalling system could be hacked by terrorists to cause train crashes.    -----     Ellen Pao faces $1m legal bill - The woman who challenged sexism in Silicon Valley now faces a $1m legal bill unless she agrees not to appeal.    -----     Cyber-thieves 'avoiding' bitcoins - The falling value of bitcoins is making the virtual cash much less attractive to cyber-thieves, claims a security expert.    -----     Amazon web services 'growing fast' - Amazon says its web services business generated sales of $1.57bn in the first quarter of the year and is profitable.    -----     Samsung S5 fingerprint flaw exposed - Attackers can take copies of fingerprints used to unlock the Samsung S5 phone, claim security researchers.    -----     Political broadband map revealed - Data which breaks down the UK's fastest broadband areas in terms of party politics has been revealed.    -----     Microsoft quarterly profit falls - Microsoft reports a 12% fall in profits to almost $5bn in the first three months of 2015, but sales rise to $21.7bn, cheering investors.    -----     Google profits please investors - US technology giant Google reports a 4% increase in profits in the first quarter to $3.59bn, helped by strong advertising sales.    -----     Airport police to begin using drones - Police guarding London airports will start using drones for surveillance following a review by counter-terrorism officers.    -----     Health blogger admits faking cancer - An Australian "wellness" blogger who built a successful business on claims she survived terminal cancer admits she lied about having the disease.    -----     Audi to try car-boot delivery system - Packages could be delivered to the boot of your Audi as part of a trial involving the car maker, Amazon and DHL.    -----     Enraged US man shoots his computer - A man in the US city of Colorado Springs faces police action after becoming so frustrated with his computer that he shot it eight times, police say.    -----     WhatsApp adds voice calls - The app has added a new voice calling feature which allows people to ring other users for free.    -----     VIDEO: Could tech help save the bee? - The tech which could help to unlock the secrets of the hive.    -----     VIDEO: The app that discovers edible weeds - Scientists from the University of California, Berkeley are using crowdsourcing to locate edible weeds in urban areas.    -----     VIDEO: Drone can stream live to You Tube - DJI has launched a drone that has the ability to stream high-definition video live to You Tube.    -----     VIDEO: App that lets you stream live video - BBC Click's Kate Russell tests an app that lets you stream live video from your handset.    -----     VIDEO: 'The greatest feeling of freedom' - Yves Rossy explains what it is like to fly with a jet pack.    -----     VIDEO: The robot that makes coffee - BBC Click's LJ Rich looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.    -----     VIDEO: Shakespeare's Globe goes virtual - A new app lets you take a tour of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London - but how close is it to the real thing?    -----     VIDEO: Ten years of YouTube videos - The first video was uploaded to YouTube ten years ago this week.    -----     VIDEO: The end of the jumbo? - With the order book for the most recent jumbo jets by Boeing and Airbus looking sparse, BBC News explains why the outlook for the jumbo is not looking good.    -----     VIDEO: Charlie bit my finger... again! - Ricky meets the stars of the viral video that has over 815 million views on YouTube...    -----     It's time: Apple delivers the Watch - The Apple Watch ships, but does it deliver?    -----     Can paper survive the digital age? - Can paper survive the digital age?    -----     Bitcoin Island: the currency comes clean - The small island that's going big on bitcoin    -----     Google’s 'mobilegeddon' - Cries of pain as Google changes its search rankings    -----     The tech that rocks the cradle - The tech that rocks the cradle    -----     Beyond the first law of computing - Will Moore's Law last another 50 years?    -----    
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We provide cost effective IT solutions and on-going support to small and medium sized businesses, predominately located in the Midlands - however as we do not have any defined local boundaries we are also proud to have successful business customers throughout the UK and Ireland including multiple blue chip companies.

We provide all the knowledge, tools and skills to ensure your business reaps the benefits and return on investment for your existing and future IT system.

We have a wide range of products & services; essentially we're so flexible in our approach we're happy to look at any IT project on a direct basis or via a preferred partner. Whatever the approach you can be rest assured we'll find you an effective guaranteed solution.

Adopting flexible working practices is easier than you might think. The basic requirements are relatively few and there are a number of products and solutions on the market to help you, whether you're simply looking for mobile devices or taking mobility to the next level.
The right consulting partner matches a communications plan to your business strategies. Then communications applications can raise productivity and customer satisfaction and spur growth and competitive position.
Hytec server and network monitoring provides 24-hour server monitoring so you can be sure all servers and services are always up and running. Real-time alerts are generated when errors occur or connectivity problems are verified from two different sources.
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