Friday, October 20The Voice of London

Category: Technology

Data, Disks and Displays: The life of a PC repair man

Tech, Tech (news), Technology
Ever thought about what it what goes on in a PC repair shop? I went to find out. Reporter: Emre Gunes / Sub-editor: Adrian Vasilescu I recently had to get my laptop fixed because it suddenly crashed so as any mature person would I googled the closest PC repair shops in my area and checked online reviews to make sure my precious laptop doesn't fall into the wrong hands. I soon found a small PC repair business called DNA-TECH computer solutions and saw the 5 star ratings and immediately became intrigued. Add the fact it was only 15 minutes away on foot, i set out to seek this repair shop. However, after finding the address on google maps and walking there I soon realized this was no easy task. I expected it to be some sort of store or workshop close to the main street but instead the addre...
Millennial – Issue 1

Millennial – Issue 1

Food, Health & Fitness, Lifestyle, Magazines, Tech, Technology, Travel
Welcome to Millennial. This is the premier issue of our new lifestyle magazine directed at young Londoners. It's a publication dedicated to covering the issues you care about and delivering the best tech, food, travel and health features. This is also our Winter edition, so it's packed full of festive Christmas features too. Created as a collaboration between The Voice of London's Lifestyle and Food teams.  

Introducing VEX – A new online news opinion magazine

Arts, Lifestyle, News, Tech (news), Technology, UK, World
Introducing VEX...Voices Explained. Written by: Chrys Salter & Daniel Khalili-Tari VEX magazine will aim to be a leading news, opinion and world issues publication, paving the way for intelligent comment, discussion and conversation on the world around us. Combining politics, education, global pandemics and culture, VEX magazine will cover the most relevant events which are shaping our planet into what it is today, by executing articles with beautifully clean cut and delicately designed layouts and images, alongside articulate and concise articles which get to the heart of any given issue. Students and adolescents throughout the world are politically and socioeconomically frustrated. From the Anonymous protests in London to the student organised demonstrations in Hong Kong...

Spotify Bug causes massive amounts of Junk Data

Tech, Tech (news), Technology
A major virus within the Spotify source code is causing users to experience an immense storage issues with gigabytes of useless data being downloaded on their computers. Reporter: Emre Gunes / Sub-editor: Alina Isachenka This flaw has been known to some users for a year now but has not caused much of a controversy. The app begins downloading massive amounts of junk data even in idle. Some user reports have been up to terabytes of useless files. This massive increase in junk files can cause a serious damage on the hard drive and storage spaces of the computer; it can reduce the lifetime of a storage space by 10% if left unchecked The bug has been successfully recreated by many users across different platforms and hardware, which caused a major concern amongst the big group of Spoti...