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Australians outraged by buggy Netflix rival

Software bugs have disrupted the launch of an Australian rival to the home cinema service Netflix, just a day before Netflix itself launched in...

Apple software executives comment on bugs

Interviewed recently, top Apple software executives Eddy Cue and Craig Federighi point out that headlines over glitches found in Apple software is more a...
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The biggest software fails of 2016

The newly released Software Fail Watch analyses all software bugs reported in 2016. The result is an extraordinary reminder of why effective software testing...

Smartphones’ impact on digital shopping

New studies show that 86% of UK shoppers use their smartphones as a key sales channel. Studies came out by Actinic, ecommerce solutions, between November...

Mobile and internet advertising continues to grow

According to new research, in 2018 mobile advertising is set to overtake desktop and the internet will overtake television to become the largest single...
Tesco's suffers computer glitch

Tesco suffers computer glitch

Tesco’s home services have cancelled thousands of nationwide deliveries as a result of a computer glitch.
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Software glitch sees Southwest Airlines cancelling hundreds of flights

Last week US air carrier Southwest Airlines had to cancel more than 1850 flights, following fall out from a technical glitch that extended into five...
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New performance testing solution for online retailer ASOS

Online fashion retailer ASOS are now using eggPlant Performance and Intechnica’s professional services team in order to delivery excellent user experience. A combined performance testing...
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Sony’s looking for PS4 software beta testers

Sony is seeking help from its 35 million-strong player base to beta test the PS4's next major software update, scheduled for March 2016. “Starting today...

Are professional services firms a soft route to the hackers’ real target?

Ian Kilpatrick, Chairman at Wick Hill Group, argues hackers may selectively target professional services organisations. All companies today are at risk from a successful attack...

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