Inside Tech: 4 ways to boost your wi-fi

"I really wish my internet was slower" said absolutely no one ever in the history of language. This is why we’ve thrown together a list of simple tricks that you can follow to boost your wi-fi connection. Do they work? Oh, I don’t know they are only backed up by a little thing called science, so yeah? Has science ever...

28 · APR ·20160

Revenge of the Bandits

“Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in” Anonymous Bandit

The Bandwidth Bandits are back! Yes, after a short hiatus, connectivity’s’ most lovable rag-tag bunch of amateur athletes are back for another gruelling challenge – and this time, it’s personal. Well not strictly personal, but you get the point we’re trying to make (creating emphasis,...

19 · APR ·20160

Fluidata unveils breakthrough water-based internet proposition

Fluidata has unveiled plans to release a water-based internet connection harnessing cutting-edge Hydroptics technology.

Hydroptics is the breakthrough the industry has been looking for; low-cost delivery of fibre infrastructure without the high level of investment and time in installing new ducts and hardware. By utilising existing water infrastructure Fluidata has been able to deliver data packets by shining lasers through the...

1 · APR ·20160

How to become a Tech Genius in 5 days!

This week we are delighted to have had Abdul Mudawi join us on a week long work experience placement. Here's how he got on...


I’ve had the fantastic opportunity to work at Fluidata for a week long experience to expose me to the corporate world of technology and how departments within the company achieve such great success. The...

31 · MAR ·20160

Inside Tech: World’s weirdest wi-fi

Latest research from iPass (if 2014 can still be classed as latest) has revealed that there are currently 50 million wi-fi hotspots around the world; do the maths, this equates to around one hotspot per 150 people. Currently Europe leads the way in terms of coverage; however Asia is expected to overtake them as the number of hotspots rises to...

18 · MAR ·20160

How technology can improve customer satisfaction

In a world full of intense competition and saturated markets, it has never been more important to keep your customers (new and old) happy.

You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression so it’s crucial that you use all the tools at your disposal to keep your customers satisfied; happier customers are stickier and will lead...

2 · MAR ·20160

Inside Tech: Interstellarnet

Legend has it that when Hallmark Card’s founder Joyce Clyde Hall came up with the idea for Valentine’s Day, he envisioned a single day of the year where love could be universally celebrated across the world. He believed in being able to quantify, in hard cash, how much someone loved their partner.

For example, if a couple spent...

26 · FEB ·20160

Inside Tech: Solving the final Lost mystery

Lost was a hit TV show that offered as many questions as it did answers. However since it ended in 2010, there has been one question in particular that diehard fans have been simply unable to answer. Now, for the first time in history, we can use a little bit of science to finally put an end to one of...

18 · FEB ·20160

Inside Tech: Guess that Connection! Celebrity Edition

The other evening whilst cooking, a friend of mine mentioned to me that it was impossible to write an article that fused together both the internet and the former pop group Westlife.

Challenge accepted made up friend, challenge accepted.


Just in case you were never a teenage girl, Westlife were an Irish boy band that had...

3 · FEB ·20160

Inside Tech: The secret meaning of SIP

Pull up a pew and take a seat - this week's Inside Tech tells the story of one man's journey into the deepest and darkest corners of the internet.


So I was tucking into my complimentary bowl of Crunchy Nut yesterday morning when a co-worker asked me if I wanted to take a SIP of her homemade...

27 · JAN ·20160

Inside Tech: How to slow down your internet in 3 easy steps

This week's Inside Tech sees us tackle an issue that has been baffling boffins from all around the world for centuries. How does one begin to slow down their Internet connection?


Whilst a little unorthodox, it is entirely feasible that at some point you may want to slow down your internet connection. I won’t bore you with...

22 · JAN ·20160

Remembering BowieNET

Written by Max Stoner

The passing of David Bowie on Monday has prompted scores of tributes. Recognised for his contribution to music, film, art, fashion, culture and a whole lot more. Bowie was not only an artist but a visionary. In possession of an enigmatic, almost otherworldly quality, his being a canvass upon which he choose to experiment...

14 · JAN ·20160