UK porn blocks to go ahead; internet’s reaction predictably furious

After much discussion, threatening and harumphing the UK’s Tory party have decided to push a bill through parliament that will

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Jelly Bean 4.3 accidentally arrives in the wild

In the tech world, were all just waiting for the next, newest thing to come around. Sometimes that comes predictably

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New Nexus 7 suddenly arrives in the rumour mill

Google I/O 2013 was something of a disappointment. After last year’s hardware announcements and the upgrade to Jelly Bean, we

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$2.1 Trillion will be spent on IT in 2013 according to Forrester

The numbers are in folks, and IT looks like it’s only set to grow this year. Forrester just released their

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The Nokia 1020 is here and it’s bringing a ridiculous 41Mp camera with it

Despite tempermental sales and Windows Phone just not really managing to make a significant impact, Nokia have always been a

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PC sales are doing great! Said no one ever.

It’s not a secret these days that PCs aren’t exactly as popular as they once were. Mobile has been rapidly

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Mobile Ad Revenue Pushes $9 Billion in 2013

IAB has recently published a report on Global Advertising Revenue and how it has increased 83% from 2012 to 2013.

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So apparently being a Google Intern is pretty awesome

In the recent film The Internship, Google Internship is portrayed as an endless party full of young, smart people living in

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The non-Nexus S4 and HTC One Are Almost Here

So a short while ago at I/O, we all waited in tense anticipation of a new set of Nexus devices,

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Video To Account For A Huge Majority Of Mobile Traffic In The Future

The spread of mobile has been something quite amazing in the last few years. We went from a world where

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Turns Out Leaving Your Facebook Profile As Public Was A Bad Idea, Who Knew?

There’s been a lot of debate and furore about the internet privacy issue in the past month or so, and

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Urban Airship Is Waving Goodbye To Its IAP And Subscription Based Services

Urban Airship, the enterprise push notification service has decided to sunset their IAP (in app purchase) and subscription based services as

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The SAY Award App and Kumulos’ Role

The Scottish Album of the Year Award happened last Thursday night, and aside from being a great night (with apparently

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Why App Developers Should Be Paying Attention To The Middle East

Here at Kumulos we talk a lot about trends in mobile and in particular back end as a service. The markets

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Looks Like Google’s Not Happy About PRISM Either

Unless you’ve been in a cave for the past couple of weeks (and thanks to Google’s new balloons you may

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Google Enters the mBaaS Space with Mobile Backend Starter, Mountain View

Google are a company that seem to be on an ever expanding quest outward in the tech world. They are

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iOS and Android Are Not In Competition Says New Flurry Report

It’s one of the biggest business battles of the modern mobile age. iOS versus Android, the two mobile titans in

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iOS Still Platform Of Choice For Business Says Forrester

In way, this shouldn’t really surprise many who work in the mobile industry, but it makes for interesting reading all

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A More Open iOS? Sadly Not from iOS 7

There was a fair amount of speculation before WWDC as to whether iOS 7 was going to finally open its

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PRISM opinion: Okay you’ve had your freakout, now everybody just calm down

In a series of reveals since last Wednesday, it’s been coming to light that the US and also the UK

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