exploring communication®

It’s in our DNA…

Find out more >>

169% increase in online reach for Bitdefender

Our award winning campaign
continues to deliver…

Find out more >>

26% share of voice helps Siemens shout louder

Med-tech PR demonstrates value 
of health innovation

Find out more >>

80% rise in Facebook reach for Ottobock

Increase in social media
footprint on all platforms

Find out more >>

Is your organisation getting the attention it deserves?

We build results
led campaigns…

Find out how >>

Today’s top tech news

Irish bookmaker Paddy Power has revealed its website was hacked in 2010 and personal details of more than 649,000 customers stolen, reports TheGuardian.com. The stolen data included names, addresses, dates of birth, and details of the question and answer prompts often used to verify account details. However, the company said that no personal financial information had been taken. Peter O’Donovan, Managing Director of Paddy Power’s online division, said, “We sincerely regret that this breach occurred and we apologise to people who have been inconvenienced as a result. We take our responsibilities regarding customer data extremely serious and have conducted an extensive investigation into the breach and the recovered data.”

RSS

More Digests

Today’s top tech news

As Google Glass goes on sale in the UK for the first time, the UK’s data privacy watchdog has warned that the device and other wearable technology could breach the Data Protection Act in some circumstances, reports The Telegraph. The... Read more

Today’s top tech news

Google has pipped Apple to the post by becoming the first to release a smart watch, reports The Guardian. The timepieces are controlled by voice commands, taps and swipes, and linked to apps loaded on a smartphone, the watches can... Read more

Today’s tech news

The Telegraph reports, researchers have warned that Google Glass can be used to covertly steal people’s PIN codes from as far away as 10ft. Video captured by Glass produced a correct four digit PIN from 10 feet away with 83 per cent accuracy,... Read more

Today’s top tech news

A herd of fibre-glass cows are being used as 4G hotspots at Glastonbury Festival this weekend, allowing festival goers and staff members to use the internet at key points around the 1,200-acre site, reports The Independent. Hank Kruger, an artist at the... Read more

Today’s top tech news

The Independent reports, Google’s smart home firm, Nest, has taken another step towards creating the ‘internet of things’ by buying camera start up company Dropcam. This is the latest in a run of moves by big companies to try and... Read more