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Microsoft Office 2019 - Home £10.99 - Professional Plus £14.99
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This was my best buy of the latest Boxing Day sales, and now it's back and even better!

Microsoft Office 2019 Home & Student - £10.99
Microsoft Office 2019 Professional Plus - £14.99

What's the difference? The Home & Student edition does not include: Outlook 2019, Publisher 2019, or Access 2019. At just an additional £4, I'd suggest that the Professional Plus edition is well worth considering even if you don't intend on using these additional applications.

As before, I can confirm that I have activated my key on the Microsoft website and downloaded the office suite using this method. It is also a website that I have used several times in the past for Xbox and PlayStation vouchers, and have never had any issue.
DriveClub to be delisted, servers to close
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Whether you're an achievement / trophy hunter, or simply just love playing the game online - this is one of those announcements that every gamer dreads, server decommissioning.

PlayStation have decided to finally call time on DriveClub, one of it's most troubled but also one of it's best arcade racers on the PS4, after closing the development studio over 3 years ago.

PlayStation.com said:
PlayStation will cease selling DRIVECLUB, DRIVECLUB VR, DRIVECLUB Bikes and all DLC and season passes related to those games from 31st August 2019, at 23:59 BST.

Online servers for DRIVECLUB, DRIVECLUB VR and DRIVECLUB Bikes will shut down on 31st March 2020, 23:59 BST. All online features (including online multiplayer modes) will cease on that date. You will still be able to play and enjoy these games in single player offline modes. However, the games have significant amounts of online gameplay, so from 31st March 2020, functionality will be affected in the following ways:

You will...
Twitter issue "colour scheme" scam warning
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Twitter have taken to.. well.. twitter, to issue a warning over a recent scam being retweeted in the thousands on the network.

We’ve noticed a prank trying to get people to change their Twitter birthday in their profile to 2007 to unlock new color schemes. Please don’t do this. You’ll get locked out for being under 13 years old. ~ TwitterSupport

The scam plays on a recent change on the network following the introduction of GDPR last year, whereby users under 13 are automatically declined an account. Users who already have an account and change their birth year are subsequently locked out of their account. If you have fallen victim to this twitter will likely email you in the coming days, or you could try completing their online form.

If there are alternative twitter colour schemes out there, this isn't the way...
Brexit petition crashes government website
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UPDATED 23/03/19
It's been 48 hours since this article was published, and the petition has now amassed 4,456,315 signatures. An increase of just over 3.3 million! :eek:

Whether you're from Europe, Britain, or otherwise - I'm sure you'll be fed up of hearing about Brexit. Britain truly is divided, it has been the subject of fierce debate for what seems like an eternity, and nobody can agree on the way forward.

An online petition to revoke Article 50 is making headlines, continuing to gain signatures over the last 24 hours at an increasing rate reported to be in the region of 2,000 signatures per minute, which the Petitions Committee have confirmed is the highest it has ever had to deal with. Indeed, such is the demand on the website that it has repeatedly crashed and been taken offline for "maintenance" throughout the day.

At the time of writing it has a...
Facebook problems
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UPDATED 14/03/19
Services seem to be gradually coming back online. However, no explanation from Facebook yet to the cause of the outage.

Having problems with Facebook? How about Instagram or WhatsApp? .. Don't fret, you're not the only one!

Confirmed in a statement to the BBC, "people are currently having having trouble accessing the Facebook family of apps" which is estimated to have initially started around 4:00pm GMT. The Facebook website itself appears to load initially but problems arise when trying to submit new content, particularly images. The company has not yet given a reason for the outage, but indicated that they aware of the problem and are working toward fixing it.

As Facebook is now so heavily integrated into a number of other websites and applications, this is also causing problems for third-parties including businesses using Facebook Workplace, an enterprise online...

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