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17 January 2017, 20:05:43 by snadge
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Apple is to put up the price it charges for apps in the UK, India and Turkey.
UK costs will numerically match those of the US, meaning that a program that costs $0.99 will now be 99p.
That represents a 25% rise over the previous currency conversion, which was 79p.
"Price tiers on the App Store are set internationally on the basis of several factors, including currency exchange
17 January 2017, 19:59:09 by snadge
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Adult video websites appear to be exploiting a YouTube loophole to host explicit material on the platform.
News site TorrentFreak found some sites had uploaded videos that did not show up on YouTube, but could be viewed on third-party websites.
The exploit allows a website to host its video library for free, using Google's server space and bandwidth.
YouTube told the BBC its po
17 January 2017, 19:52:57 by snadge
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INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER BT has become the first to warn users about its upcoming crackdown on 'piracy", in turn revealing that it doesn't know much about it.
UK ISPs will start sending out messages later this month warning users suspected of piracy to cease their wicked ways and adopt acceptable services like Netflix and Spotify instead.
The messages, formally known as 'subscriber aler
16 January 2017, 12:41:01 by snadge
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BT recorded more than 31 million nuisance calls in a single week before Christmas, the telecoms firm has said.
The company, which supplies 40% of the landlines in the UK, said more than 12 million of those were about accident claims.
The figures were collected over seven days between 13 and 19 December.
BT is now launching a new service for its customers which it says could blo