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By Anthony Forrester
31 January 2017, 10:21

Sometimes programming can be a tiring, arduous task, especially when developing software. It is understandably that some programmers get a kick from hiding little treasures within their code in the hope that one day, someone may find it

By Ron Miller
16 January 2017, 09:32

Everywhere you turn these days, there’s talk of automation replacing people. Technology is surely advancing at a rapid rate, and in today’s click-driven media environment, sensationalism sells, but just because tech can replace a human worker doesn’t mean we’re always going to want that.

By Flatout Team
20 December 2016, 11:28

It’s the time of year for holiday cheer. Hot chocolate, cookies, presents and other festivities abound. Shops dress up their windows in exotic displays, and festive lights can be seen everywhere.

By Ian Morris
13 December 2016, 10:09

Samsung says that it now has 93% of all Note 7 devices back under its US recall program. However, it will issue a software update soon which will entirely brick the remaining 7% of phones.

A nice article about QR Codes and how effective they are with some interesting statistics.

If you are having issues with Chrome crashing while using Flash read the linked article to learn how to fix it.

By flatout
17 March 2014, 23:45

If you are having trouble accessing your xtra email or sending and receiving email from your computer you may need to update your xtra email settings. For more information read the following article.

By Flatout Support
3 February 2014, 09:28

Tips about setting up IMAP email accounts in Outlook. Latest: information about Outlook 2013 and Sent Items