Will Microsoft’s Security Measures in Windows 10 Tarnish Open-Source Development? When Microsoft released its operating system Windows 8, it created a huge divide in the tech industry over the fundamental design changes that the company had implemented in relation to its previous iterations of Windows. The media fixated over the radical change and unfortunately all…

When is sun safety doing more harm than good?   New figures from Cancer Research UK warn that people over 65 are around seven times more likely to develop malignant melanoma – a type of skin cancer – compared to 40 years ago. These important findings were perfectly timed to appear in the news on the first sunny…


Energy drinks and heart disease

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Energy drinks and heart disease   Last year I noticed that Red Bull had doubled the size of its cans to 500ml in an attempt to keep up with the energy drinks arms race between companies such as Monster and Relentless. I tried out several of these brands last year to see what the effect…


23andMe – is DNA screening ethical?

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With NHS England launching a new programme to test innovative ways of diagnosing cancer more quickly at over 60 sites across the country, you wonder if genetic testing is the key to detecting cancers, so prevention and treatment can be looked at as early as possible. With poor diagnosis rates and a lifestyle full of…


Is the Media OVER-Hyping Software Vulnerabilities?

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Is the Media OVER-Hyping Software Vulnerabilities?   We live in a world where internet access is now considered the ‘Fourth Utility’.  However, with more people and devices connected to the Internet it also means there’s an even greater reward for hackers who are trying to steal private information. As cyber-security has evolved over the years,…

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