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Carrie-Ann Skinner

Carrie-Ann Skinner

Carrie-Ann Skinner is Deputy News Editor at PC Advisor, covering all aspects of IT related news. Carrie is a keen baker and keeps the PCA team supplied with cakes. She also dances in her spare time.

 

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Articles by Carrie-Ann Skinner


News: 
Apple iPhone is world's most-popular smartphone

Apple's iPhone is the world's most popular smartphone accounting for 23.8 percent of all smartphones sold during Q4 of 2011, says Gartner.

News: 
Anonymous to shut-down the net on March 31?

Hacking group Anonymous is planning to launch Operation Global Blackout on March 31, which will see the internet brought to its knees.

News: 
House of Lords to investigate government's superfast broadband plans

The House of Lords has announced plans to investigate the government's plans to have "the best superfast broadband network in Europe by 2015".

Features: 
How to tag a photo using Facebook for Android

Facebook's app for Android has come on leaps and bounds since it was first introduced.

News: 
Two thirds of Brits fear being without mobile contact

Nomophobia, or the fear of being out of mobile phone contact, is on the up in the UK, says SecurEnvoy.

News: 
Barclays Pingit lets you send money using just a mobile phone number

Barclays has launched a smartphone app that allows Brits to transfer money to other accounts without the need to know their account details.

Features: 
How to tag a photo using Facebook for iPhone

Facebook's app for iPhone has come on leaps and bounds since it was first introduced.

Features: 
Best iPhone apps: Five must-have apps for drivers

If you're a driver your smartphone can be a great resource, thanks to the number of vehicle-related apps available.

News: 
SOCA shuts down music website

A music- related website that offered links to tracks has been taken down by the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA).

Features: 
ZTE Light Tab II launched in the UK

ZTE has revealed its tablet PC, the ZTE Light Tab II, will be made available in the UK.


 

Comments by Carrie-Ann Skinner


News: 
TomTom offers drivers lower insurance premiums

mike. all corrected now

News: 
Microsoft Office 15 to hit beta this summer

well spotted drjaymz. All changed now

News: 
WhatsApp confirms message regarding charges is a hoax

Hi Ian. Be safe in the knowledge you weren't ripped off. WhatsApp for iPhone is subject to a one-off charge to download it where as Android users…

News: 
Google Nexus tablet PC to launch in March?

Apologies for the typo  - its $199 which at the current exchange rate converts to £127

Features: 
How to get eBooks for free

well spotted guest. The copy has now been changed to reflect this

Features: 
How to install and use Spotify apps

Even if you have spotify installed already, you need to use the Preview version to use App finder, which can be download from http://www.spotify.co…

Features: 
How to sync your iPod with Spotify

Sorry Katinkasg, cable syncing only works for iPod classic, nano or shuffle. All others inc the touch you have to use the app and wirelessly sync

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