Several newspapers and tech sites have covered the Cryptolocker virus over the past few days. One newspaper stated that we all have ‘two weeks to save [our] computers’. So what is Cryptolocker and how can you protect your PC? What is Cryptolocker? Cryptolocker is a computer virus that encrypts your files, stopping you from […]
Late last year Microsoft released an update to the Windows 8 operating system which offered a series of extra features for users. Our current Windows 8 app works with the new O.S. however we wanted to offer you more. For the past few months we have been working behind the scenes to create a new […]
Today Microsoft has officially stopped support for Windows XP. This means that Microsoft will stop providing security patches for the operating system moving forward. Without this protection any security holes found in Windows XP can be exploited by hackers and your data could be stolen, deleted, or infected by a virus. Nearly 30% of internet […]
Starting May 1, 2014 Elephant Backup will sell Livedrive Unlimited Backup accounts for $39.95 a year, and monthly subscriptions for $4.25. Don’t worry, existing accounts are locked in at their current subscription rates, and will not see an increase in price!
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Weddings are one of the most common jobs for UK photographers. Happy couples across the country see their wedding day as one of the most important days of their lives and so they make sure they have someone to capture it. As you may already know, I have a degree in broadcasting and take photos […]
Since the days of Napster lots of people have been illegally sharing copyrighted content across the internet but some people are still unsure if they are breaking the law. We have included the general US and UK law in simple words below to make it clear what you can store and share on Livedrive. […]
Another song I found on this opensourcemusic post is about the dangers of radioactive materials. Written in the 80s, with this quasi-comic song songwriter Eric Din and his band, The Uptones saw into the future, and predicted nuclear accidents.
The Uptones – “Radiation Boy” (click to play)
“It Takes Money”
I found this on tremendous post @opensourcemusic I totally agree with the song’s sentiment. Performed by The Uptones in the 90s, written by Paul Jackson, this song about the concentration of wealth sung with a Ska idiom is totally meaningful today.
The Uptones – “It Takes Money” (click to play)