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We are a London based website design and development company.
We design, develop, deploy, host and maintain websites for our clients. Other services include Website and Email Hosting
A professionally designed website is memorable, intuitive and easy to use. Don’t let inexperienced people decide the faith of your business.
Our extensive experience expands in areas ranging from logo and web design, email marketing, e-commerce etc...
We believe that every business is unique and has its own specific needs which should be individually addressed. Stop wondering what to do next and let your business dream come true by calling us on +44(0)2033686958. Or simply send us a message by email and one of our consultants will call you back to discuss your needs. Consultation is absolutely free.

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Basic Website With Two Pages - £99
  • 2 website Pages
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Was £350 Now £297.50
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  • 1 Domain name
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  • Up to 10 website Pages
  • Domain name
  • logo design
  • 1 year hosting
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  • Up to 20 website Pages
  • Domain name
  • 2 logo design
  • 1,5 year hosting
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  • database 500 MB (upgradable)
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What our clients say
  •   Cyberminds Ltd Have provided us with a great application that enables us to filter job applicant CVs on the fly. We are delighted as the nightmare of manually going through hundreds of CV is over. I am also impressed by the level and quality of support we received from them as we never wondered one day what to do while working with this company. .

    John Price      18/08/2010
  •   I was looking for an e-commerce website and Cyberminds have given me more than an online business. Our web site works fine and we have never had any major problem with it. The price was really good. I proudly recommend this company to anyone in need of a website. .

    Rachel Jones      4/3/2011
  •   I take this chance to thank Cyberminds for the work that has been done for my company. They have created an awesome website for me with a beautiful design. the contract was respected, they finished the job on time and the price was very attractive. I really recommend this company to anyone who needs a serious website. Thank you for your service! .

    Lord Fulama      15/7/2011
  •   As an estate agent manager, we have worked with many companies but Cyberminds Ltd have really impressed us as we soon realised that they didn't just come to us to dump a piece of software and get their money. They offered us a real business solution and were very nice people to work with. I wish many people have this lovely experience. .

    Andrew Craig      03/09/2011
 
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  • Apple's Black Friday sale includes iPhone for the first time

    Apple today launched its annual Black Friday sale and for the first time offered gift cards with the purchase of an iPhone.

    The sale -- Apple's only everyone-is-eligible one of the year -- provides iTunes gift cards of $50 with the purchase of any new iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6 or iPhone 5S, or with the purchase of an unlocked iPhone 5C.

    People who buy a MacBook Air, MacBook Pro or iMac receive a $100 iTunes gift card, while all iPads -- including the newest iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 -- come with a $50 gift card.

    Apple also threw in $25 gift cards with the purchase of an iPod Touch or Nano, Apple TV, or Beats headphones or speakers.

    The gift cards represent 10% of the list price of a 16GB iPad Air 2, 11% of the lowest-priced MacBook Air, and 20% of the cost of a first-generation Wi-Fi iPad Mini. The "discounts" are less than Apple -- known as a Black Friday skinflint -- has handed out in the past. In 2013, the $150 gift card included with an entry-level 11-in. MacBook Air and the $75 card that came with an iPad Air represented 15% of each product's then-list price.

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  • Top Cyber Monday tech deals

    While Cyber Monday has long taken a back seat to the holiday shopping tsunami that is Black Friday, this year things may be different -- especially since some sale prices on the Monday after Thanksgiving could be better than day-after-Thanksgiving deals.

    "Cyber Monday brings savings that are 10% - 14% better than Black Friday," claims "deal journalist" Matt Granite, who hosts the Ways to Save segment aired on Gannett-owned local TV stations. "That's based on my findings from last year and the trends we expect this year. Obviously there will be exceptions, but this is my prediction for many major categories."

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  • Coming soon: Murder by Internet

    Imagine a fleet of quad copters or drones equipped with explosives and controlled by terrorists. Or someone who hacks into a connected insulin pump and changes the settings in a lethal way. Or maybe the hacker who accesses a building's furnace and thermostat controls and runs the furnace full bore until a fire is started.

    Those may all sound like plot material for a James Bond movie, but there are security experts who now believe, as does Jeff Williams, CTO of Contrast Security, that "the Internet of Things will kill someone."

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  • Hey, it's a time of miracles, right?

    Worried user tells this pilot fish that there are marks on her CRT screen that won't go away.

    "She told me this very quietly, because in the same quad as my cube the IT boss and the other IT tech were standing, both of whom were not the most pleasant of persons," fish says. "Anyhow, we quietly went over to her desk."

    Once there, user shows fish the cleaning fluid and cloth she used to try to remove the marks.

    She also shows fish another bottle of a stronger cleaner, and a heavier cloth. And a bottle of light bleach and a brush. And several other possible cleaners the user has tried for removing the dirt, including toothbrushes, paper towels, tissues and toilet paper, all of which have been used in various combinations.

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  • Sony is making an e-paper smartwatch

    Sony is developing a watch that uses electronic paper as a display, a spokesman said Friday.

    No other details about the project were available but the confirmation follows a Bloomberg report that said the watch's face and band will be made of e-paper and serve as a combined display surface.

    "We can confirm that a project team named Fashion Entertainments located in the New Business Creation Department of Sony Corporation is working on prototypes that use electronic paper including a wristwatch," a Sony spokesman in Tokyo wrote in an email.

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  • Weather.com fixes web app flaws

    The Weather Channel has fixed a common web application security problem on its website that made nearly all links vulnerable to cross-site scripting attacks.

    Wang Jin, a doctoral student at the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, found more than 75 percent of the web pages on Weather.com were vulnerable.

    "Attackers just need to add script at the end of The Weather Channel's URLs," Wang wrote. "Then the scripts will be executed."

    Wang posted his findings on the Full Disclosure forum, writing that the issues have been fixed. He wrote that he tested tens of thousands of links on Weather.com using a custom tool and posted a video illustrating an attack.

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  • Fastest LTE speed -- 450Mbps -- will be out of reach for most users

    LTE's theoretical maximum download speed will increase to 450 Mbps next year -- but the upgrade will be out of reach for most users, as many mobile operators simply don't have enough radio spectrum.

    The broadband speed users get depends on a myriad of different factors, but in the network it all starts with the amount of spectrum their operator uses. Future increases will be fueled by a technology called carrier aggregation, which lets operators treat up to three radio channels in different frequency bands as if they were one.

    This month, chip maker Qualcomm and network equipment manufacturer Ericsson have been doing their best to let the world know speeds at up to 450Mbps will be possible next year, with product launches, interoperability tests and a demo with Australian network operator Telstra.

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  • Siemens patches critical SCADA flaws likely exploited in recent attacks

    Siemens released security updates for several of its SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) products for industrial environments, in order to fix critical vulnerabilities that may have been exploited in recent attacks.

    One of the vulnerabilities allows unauthenticated attackers to remotely execute arbitrary code on a Siemens SIMATIC WinCC SCADA server by sending specially crafted packets to it. The flaw received the maximum severity score of 10 in the Common Vulnerability Scoring System and can lead to a full system compromise.

    The other vulnerability can also be exploited by unauthenticated attackers by sending specially crafted packets, but to extract arbitrary files from the WinCC server. The flaw has a CVSS score of 7.8.

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  • 7 Apple iOS apps to save you dollars this Black Friday

    Smartphones are changing the way you shop. That's the premise behind this collection of iOS shopping apps -- with a little context to explain why retail is transforming so fast.

    Retail 2.0

    Apps put you in control when you shop. This Black Friday you'll be able to find the best deals online or on the high street and better offers too as retail IT moves to improve your "digital customer journey".

    “The Internet and the development of mobile devices have revolutionized the retail sector, enabling customers to research and shop at their convenience, anytime, anywhere. As consumers embrace new technologies the shopping experience has become increasingly sophisticated, enabling new ways for leading retailers to reach their audience.” Deloitte claims.

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  • While we're asking, are you sure he's your boss?

    Systems integrator pilot fish gets a call from the manager of this company's production control department.

    Manager: "Why does this work order have a due date of 11/6 when the order isn't due until 12/8?"

    Fish: Because you changed it when you released it.

    Manager: "Oh, how do you know that?"

    Fish: I looked at the change history of that work order and it shows you changed it. And by the way, the change history is where you should be looking to answer this question.

    Manager: "Then why is it on the report?"

    Fish: What report?

    Manager: "I'm not sure."

    Fish: Then how do you know it's on the report if you're not sure which report?

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  • Close shaves between aircraft and drones are on the upswing

    Near misses between drones and aircraft are on the increase, with pilots of airplanes sometimes having to take evasive action, according to data released by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to some news outlets.

    Pilots and controllers have reported to the agency about 150 incidents this year of drones flying close to aircraft or airports, with a surge in such incidents in recent months, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.

    The disclosure by the FAA comes at a time when it is under pressure to allow drones, known in FAA jargon as unmanned aircraft systems, to be used for commercial purposes. Amazon.com, for example, has said it is testing the use of drones for package deliveries.

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  • Obama signs law allowing regulatory e-labels for smartphones, wearables

    President Barack Obama signed into law Wednesday the E-Label Act that will make it easier for vendors to display regulatory approvals electronically rather than etch them physically on the exterior of the device.

    Devices that use radio frequency have to be authorized by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission before they can be marketed or sold in the U.S.

    The E-Label Act, passed by both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives, aimed to allow manufacturers to display the statutory FCC label digitally on the screen of the device, which would be easier for makers of smartphones and wearables that are having much less free space on the outside of the devices.

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  • Windows tablets now available for less than $100

    For those who want Windows on the cheap, tablets with the OS are now selling for under $100. These lightweight tablets aren't exactly laptop replacements, but can serve as complementary devices for those who use Windows PCs.

    Hewlett-Packard, Toshiba and E-FUN sell tablets under $100 that run a full version of Windows 8.1 and can run basic PC applications. These devices can be used to open Word documents, browse the Web, watch movies and play Xbox games. The devices also have Skype for videoconferencing and Internet Explorer 11.

    For Microsoft, these tablets are a way to compete with Android in the low-cost tablet market. Running on an Intel mobile processor, the tablets can deliver graphics to play casual games and watch 720p movies on Netflix. It is also possible to mirror tablet screens on larger displays through Miracast technology.

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  • Use Uber? Snapchat? Google Maps? Twitter wants to know

    Twitter, hungry for new data to fuel its targeted advertising, will start looking at what other apps its users have downloaded.

    Starting Wednesday, the company will begin collecting data on which other apps its users have on their iOS and Android smartphones. The data, Twitter says, will help it deliver better "tailored content" to its users. That's sure to include ads, but maybe also better recommendations about whom to follow when users sign up, or more relevant first tweets in the feed, which could help Twitter hook people early.

    It's strictly a list of the apps users have installed, Twitter says, not data pertaining to what people do inside those apps. So Twitter would know if you have a ride-hailing app, but it wouldn't see your rides taken with the app.

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  • U.S. lawmakers don't want the EU to break up Google

    U.S. lawmakers want their counterparts in the European Parliament to back away from a resolution that would split up Google by separating search engines from other online services.

    Thirteen U.S. lawmakers raised concerns about the resolution, which calls for search engines to be unbundled from online services, in two letters sent to Parliament leaders on Tuesday. The European Parliament may vote Thursday on the resolution calling on the European Commission to separate search engines from other commercial services as one way to solve competition complaints about Google.

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  • Amazon’s Fire sale: Phone is now just $199 unlocked

    Amazon has cut the price for its unlocked Fire smartphone by 69% just four months after the phone first went on sale.

    The company also just deleted thousands of negative online customer reviews of the smartphone on its website.

    The latest discount first appeared on Amazon.com on Tuesday, dropping the unlocked 32GB price from its original $649 to $199; the price still includes one year of Prime service, worth $99, and is good through Cyber Monday (Dec. 1).

    In addition to the price cut, Amazon deleted thousands of customer reviews of the product, leaving up only reviews posted since the price cut went into effect.

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  • Oracle and Oregon fight over which court should take Cover Oregon case

    Oracle and the state of Oregon tussled in a U.S. district court last week over which legal venue will hear their dueling lawsuits related to the vendor's work on the state's failed health insurance exchange website, Cover Oregon.

    Oregon filed suit against Oracle in state court and then Oracle filed suit against Oregon in federal court. In the hearing last Friday, U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon Judge Anna Brown rejected Oracle's motion to consolidate the cases into one lawsuit to be tried in federal court, citing procedural issues, according to court documents.

    The state case didn't include allegations of copyright infringement, she said. Oracle has since brought up the issue of copyright in the state case, but raised this issue after it requested that the legal proceedings be moved to federal court. The company will refile its motion to consolidate the cases in federal court, according to a report by the The Oregonian newspaper.

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  • First robot, networked tablets head to West Africa to fight Ebola

    The first robot and networked tablets are making their way today to an Ebola treatment unit in Liberia, where they will give aid workers their first chance at sharing data about the deadly outbreak.

    Debbie Theobald, co-founder and executive director of Cambridge, Mass.-based Vecna Cares left on a flight to Monrovia, Liberia Tuesday night, taking the company's own CliniPaktablets, a robot and the technology needed to set up a local area wireless network.

    For doctors and nurses accustomed to scribbling patient notes on pieces of paper in any of the Ebola Treatment Units (ETU) scattered across West Africa, this will be the first time they'll have access to portable computers that can share information wirelessly. It also gives them an electronic medical record system to track patients and share treatment and disease information with clinicians in other units and researchers in various countries.

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  • Now on CIO: H1B visa controversy obscures bigger issues
    H1B is a high-profile scapegoat issue that deflects national attention away from a much thornier structural challenge, argues columnist Gary Beach.

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  • DHS and CIA digital purge: Plans to delete emails and network surveillance records

    Since when do people object to the government deleting a stockpile of electronic records? Since the digital purge could possibly get rid of evidence that Einstein’s network surveillance doesn’t work like it should. What better way to get rid of damning evidence than to delete the proof? At least, that’s the way some people are looking at the destruction of Einstein records and the potential nuking of years of DHS and CIA emails.

    Homeland Security to nuke Einstein data

    The Department of Homeland Security claims there is “no research significance” in the Einstein network monitoring system data. According to NextGov, DHS wants to delete Einstein data that is at least three years old and contains files about “traffic to government websites, agency network intrusion and general vulnerabilities.” DHS said “there is ‘quickly diminishing value for most of the data collected pursuant to intrusion detection, prevention and analysis.’ A three-year retention period for reference purposes is sufficient, and ‘the records have no value beyond that point’ but can be kept longer, if needed.”  

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  • HP’s former CEO Carly Fiorina explores GOP presidential run

    Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, who has never held public office and was fired from her HP job in 2005, is considering a run for president. And why not?

    Fiorina has experience running a firm, HP, now ranked 17th on the Fortune 500 list, and ran a credible campaign as the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in California in 2010.

    There are some two dozen potential candidates in the 2016 Republican presidential field, but Fiorina is the only woman so far. Fiorina has been turning up on lists of prospective GOP candidates for months, but the Washington Post reported Wednesday that she is now actively exploring a run.

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  • Pew: Internet is ignorant; Internet: pewpewpew

    A new study from the Pew Research Internet Project appears to show that Internet users know very little about the Internet they use.

    What the study (PDF) actually shows is that Pew researchers got confused about the difference between information and understanding.

    The survey, which the Pew Center took in September, was designed to measure the "Web IQ" of Internet users based on the response of 1,066 Internet users to 17 questions about tech-related topics that may or may not have had anything to do with how well respondents understood the Internet or how competent they were at using it.

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  • Mozilla unveils search tool tweaks in next week's Firefox 34

    Along with its impending switch to Yahoo as the default search engine for Firefox, Mozilla will also change how users conduct searches in the browser, the company said Tuesday.

    Searches done in the next version of Firefox will display not only a list of suggested searches that narrow the results, but will show buttons for search engines other than the default, said Philipp Sackl, a lead designer of Firefox, in a blog post yesterday.

    "These buttons allow you to find your search term directly on a specific site quickly and easily," Sackl wrote.

    For example, a search for "US Grant" started in Firefox's default search engine can be switched to Wikipedia for results there by clicking a button.

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  • Hacking Team surveillance malware masquerades as bookmark manager

    A variant of the Remote Control System (RCS) malware developed by an Italian company called Hacking Team is masquerading as a bookmark management application called Linkman, according to the main developer of a new malware scanning tool.

    The Detekt tool, launched last week to help users scan their computers for commercial spyware used by governments, has already led to the discovery of previously unknown malware variants, according to security researcher Claudio Guarnieri, who led development for the security app.

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  • Was Microsoft forced to pay $136M in back taxes in China?

    Microsoft may be have been targeted in a Chinese government crackdown on tax evasion, at a time when the company is already facing an anti-monopoly probe related to Windows and Microsoft Office sales in the country.

    China's state-controlled Xinhua News Agency said on Sunday that an unnamed international company was forced to pay 840 million yuan (US$136 million) in back taxes, as part of the crackdown.

    The Xinhua article simply referred to it as the "M company," describing it as a top 500 global firm headquartered in the U.S. that in 1995 set up a wholly owned foreign subsidiary in Beijing. The details match Microsoft's own background, and no other company obviously fits the bill.

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  • Kraken to help probe missing bitcoins in MtGox liquidation

    Bitcoin exchange Kraken will help probe missing bitcoins as part of the liquidation of MtGox, once the world's largest trading place for the digital currency.

    San Francisco-based Payward, which operates Kraken, will also assist in processing, investigating and paying out the claims of MtGox customers who lost bitcoins in the company's Feb. 28 collapse, bankruptcy trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi told a meeting of creditors in Tokyo on Wednesday.

    The move was approved by the Tokyo District Court, which is overseeing the liquidation of MtGox. It comes amid Kobayashi's attempts to unravel the complex mess of what went wrong at the company and what happened to its assets.

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  • Google to TERMINATE Chrome support of old style plug-ins

    Google has decided once and for all to cease supporting all Netscape style plug-ins in its Chrome browser. Initially slated for execution by the end of 2014, Google gave the older plug-ins a brief delay-of-the-inevitable, but recently finalized its plans, sharing its timetable of destruction. Some users cry foul -- especially those in favor of Microsoft's Silverlight plugin -- a popular old-style browser extension.

    In IT Blogwatch, bloggers hit reload to see if everything still works.

    Filling in for our humble blogwatcher Richi Jennings, is a humbler Stephen Glasskeys.

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  • Here's why hydrogen-fueled cars aren't little Hindenburgs

    For all the volatility of a gas like hydrogen, which combusts with one-tenth the energy required for gasoline, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are safer than cars with internal combustion engines, according to industry experts.

    At last week's Los Angeles Auto Show, several major car companies, including Audi, Honda, Hyundai and Toyota, announced the release of, or updated plans to release, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles this year or within the next two years.

    Toyota touted a four-passenger fuel cell vehicle (FCV) called the Mirai, which will begin shipping next month. Audi unveiled the A7 Sportback H-Tron Quattro, a modification of its four-door Quattro coupe that, instead of a traditional drive train, features an electric motor powered by a hydrogen fuel cell.

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  • Sort of like Where's Waldo, except he's everywhere

    This pilot fish is at the start of his IT career at a fast-growing company, doing help-desk support and occasionally serving as a PC tech.

    "I would mostly troubleshoot by email or phone or remoting in, but occasionally was able to help out with the PC tech side of things," says fish.

    "I was working on an fresh image file for a new PC, in case I needed to restore. I loaded up all the software needed for our business including my help desk utilities and the basic Microsoft package."

    One of the fulltime PC techs sees what fish is working on and asks for a copy of the image -- he wants to use it as the base for a standard user disk image, because the company is hiring and handing out new PCs like candy.

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  • 10 great gifts for iPhones and iPads
    10 great gifts iOS device users need
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    Image by c/o: Jonas Nordlund

    There's no denying that the center of innovation is all around mobile at present -- from the devices themselves to the widening family of accessories, services and apps. Looking forward, the evolution of smart living and wearable technologies promises more of the same. Here's the AppleHolic's 2014 collection of interesting gifts for iPhone and iPad users.

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