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Jobs: Gone in 60 seconds

1 in 5 jobs gone in 60 seconds One in five firms decide whether to employ a candidate just one minute into a job interview, a study suggests. Just under half of interviewers say they decide within the first 15 minutes with only a third waiting for...

Sega plans to revive ‘major IPs’

Sega have revealed plans to revive a number of ‘major IPs’ as part of a new three-year plan. The Japanese video game developer wants to bring back some of its unused game franchises, revealed a recent business presentation. The information was...

The MP3 is dead, say its creators

The digital audio encoding format MP3 has been officially confirmed as ‘dead’ by its original inventors. Those who grew up in the 90s and early 2000s will fondly remember downloading MP3s to build their music collections. The MP3 format was...

Starbucks sued over Unicorn Frappuccino drink

An independent Brooklyn cafe is suing coffee giant Starbucks after claims they have ‘ripped off’ one of their products. The End cafe, in New York, claims that Starbucks’ “Unicorn Frappuccino” a ‘rip-off’ of one of their beverages, the...

Snapchat drops its time limit on posts

Snapchat is to allow its users to share images and videos without a time limit as it drops one its signature services. The popular social media app, until now, has had a ten second cut-off on content shared between users. This option will remain but...

Galaxy S8 raises the smartphone bar much higher

The best smartphone yet? The news generation of Samsung’s exceptional Galaxy phone is here and it’s one of the hottest tech products of the year. The Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone has arrived. Boasting the stunning Infinity Display – a...

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