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Cloud Laptops

By Zen2net

Whether you realize it or not, if you have an email address, you are using “Cloud” storage; if you purchase anything online or use Google Docs (to share information) you are using “Cloud” storage. »


By Zen2net

Attention PC Lovers: Towers are back - in all sizes and customized! »

Behind the Scenes

By Zen2net

Most of us now take the ubiquitous PC, laptop and mobile device for granted; they are everywhere and all look pretty similar. »

Fiber Optic Internet Arrives

By Hugh MacArthur

One lucky resident in Almuñécar already enjoys a fibre-optic Internet connection. Work began about a week ago after Telefónica received an installation licence from the Town Hall. »

Better Business Comms

By Hugh MacArthur

Salobreña businesses have cut a deal with Radiokable, with a little nudging from the Town Hall, giving the former more affordable telecommunications. »

The Next Windows Generation

By Zen2net

FTR Zen JL15The current tech buzz is all about the next Microsoft operating system, Windows 10 (no, you did not miss 9…it never existed and the reasons don’t really matter now). What is important is what Windows 10 offers as a departure from what most PC users already know and are accustomed to.... »

Internet Anywhere?

By Vivienne Hughes

Radiokable might just be able to give you that. How many of you are up in the hills with poor or no Internet coverage? This is for you, especially. »

IoT = The Internet of Things

By Zen2net

The “Internet of All Things” is part of our daily lives and becoming more so. Some previous articles have been about the many ways that software applications are being employed and the newest hardware available. »

Gear up for Gizmos

By Zen2net

Whenever a new year rolls around, the tech industry eagerly awaits the popular Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas, Nevada. This year’s event broke all attendance records and no wonder, with breakthrough technologies being launched left and right. »

Web Typography (part 2)

By Luca Vicini

Web typography can be extremely complex, but just few rules of thumb will address 90% of your web typography problems. »