Tom Fogden is a writer for Tech.Co covering everything from website builders to mobile phones. He also loves soccer, probably too much.

 

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Top 6 Best Laptops for Designers 2018

Best Laptops For Designers 2018 Designers need powerful and portable laptops with long battery lives to run programs such as Photoshop or Adobe Premiere Pro while running between pitching meetings or working on-the-go. We pick out the best laptops for designers, plus explain the specs and budget you’ll need...

5 Tech Products That Were Too Ambitious For Their Own Good

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Apple recently unveiled a new version of its 15-inch MacBook Pro with an Intel Core i9 processor – the most powerful type of processor Intel has designed for a ‘regular’ computer. However, there was just one problem – it doesn’t exactly ‘work’. In fact,…

How To Create a Website in 5 Easy Steps

Vector people creating website Thanks to website builders, creating a website is so easy nowadays that even a complete beginner could build a website in minutes. In fact, the most complicated thing you’ll have to do is remembering the password for your website builder account. The days of...

Best VPN to Watch the World Cup Final

Fifa World Cup Russia 2018 Logo Are you stuck in a country where you can’t watch the World Cup Final, or can’t watch it in your language? Or in a place where you’ll have to pay to watch it? Well, you need a VPN. Frankly, you don’t want to miss...

Weebly vs Wix: Website Builder Comparison

Weebly versus Wix Weebly and Wix are two of the biggest website builder services in the world. But which is the best of these two rival website builder services? We put Wix and Weebly head-to-head, and while we’re big fans of Weebly, Wix came out on top...

What Is A Website Builder?

Illustation people building website A website builder is an online service that will make the process of creating your website easy and straightforward. Anyone can use a website builder, from a business large or small to an individual blogger or first-timer. Traditionally, building a website required a knowledge...

Will $5 Billion EU Fine Kill Android?

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Yesterday, the EU fined Google a record $5.1 billion over its Android operating system, following a European Commission antitrust investigation into Google’s dominance of the internet search market. By pre-installing the Chrome browser and Google Search apps on Android …

Are Amazon Prime Day Deals Really the Cheapest?

Every year, Amazon throws a big party in the name of consumerism, called Amazon Prime Day. It proclaims proudly on its homepage that there will be “A day (and a half) of epic deals”. During last year’s Prime Day, we saw some pretty good…

Hola VPN Hacked in MyEtherWallet Cryptocurrency Heist

Hola VPN logo Hola VPN, a widely-used free VPN service, was hacked earlier today as part of an effort to steal cryptocurrency from MyEtherWallet (MEW) accounts. The hackers targeted the Hola VPN extension for Google Chrome, in order to gain access to MEW - a popular solution...

Timehop Customer Data Hacked – What You Need To Know

Timehop homepage Photo and memory sharing app Timehop revealed yesterday that it had suffered a major data breach. In a statement, the app developers confirmed that some customer data had been stolen, including names, email addresses, and phone numbers. UPDATE, 11 July: Timehop has subsequently announced...

Apple Registers New iPads and New MacBooks

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Apple has registered five new iPad and five new MacBook models in the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) database. This is normally a good indicator of the new models coming to market for the year ahead, though there’s little info yet about specs, prices or…

Should You Pay a Daily Social Media Tax? Uganda Thinks So

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The Ugandan government has this week introduced a tax on social media use. This unprecedented tax again raises questions about the relationship between multinational tech companies, governments and citizens. Ugandan citizens have, since July 1, been required to pay 200 Ugandan …