Launched this week, Quibi is a new streaming service whose videos are exclusively ten minutes or less. Unlike its web-friendly competitors, it can only be used on mobile devices, utilising dynamic portrait-to-landscape ‘Turnstyle’ viewing technology – that is, whatever way up your phone is, your shows will always be full-screen.
Thanks to its convenient location within the United Kingdom, Manchester has always enjoyed a prominence within the shipping industry.
Manchester-based Danielle Schwinger, 28, and her husband Adam, 29, started GirlCooksBoyBakes about two years ago after seeing a group of school friends having done the same thing.
Millions of people play at an online casino with real money, bet on sports, play bingo, and poker over the Internet.
Knowing a thing or two about successful online trading, Amazon have recently submitted a planning application to Manchester City Council, to build a site close to the M56 motorway.
To celebrate something that is dying a graceless death in the minds of many may seem a strange thing.
Expect ‘daily intrusion’ of your privacy under Theresa May’s new surveillance law – Manchester rights group
People should be fearful of ‘daily intrusions’ by police to their internet records and even personal messages without a warrant, warns a Manchester digital rights organisation.
Manchester’s new tech company Radio.co is ‘future-proofing the radio’ as it offers an easy and practical platform for broadcasting radio shows globally without the need for a studio.
Viral internet sensation Walk Off the Earth will be playing the Manchester Academy on Friday October 2 in what promises to be an exciting new spectacle for the YouTube generation.
Revenge porn: First Greater Manchester man jailed for posting sexually explicit pics of woman on Facebook
A man, who posted sexually explicit photos of a woman on Facebook without her consent, has been jailed in the first sentencing in Greater Manchester under new revenge porn legislation.
Cameron’s vow to ‘obliterate’ child porn from internet flounders in face of 4.5m abuse images, warns NSPCC
Since David Cameron called for an ‘internet crackdown’ two years ago, 4.5million child porn and abuse images have been seized by police in 100 criminal cases taken to court, an NSPCC sample of police records reveal.