Tag Archives: ios

Do We Expect too much from Apple?
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Apple’s WWDC 2015 early this month was generally considered pretty low key by and large, the consensus was that people pretty much expected this to be a fairly underwhelming affair. iOS and OS X received some welcome but largely modest … Read More

Major security weakness discovered in iOS & OS X
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Turns out you may not be quite as safe on your iPhone, iPad and Mac computer as you thought you were. A group of security researchers from Indiana University, Peking University and Georgia Institute of Technology have discovered zero-day vulnerabilities in iOS and … Read More

Why Apple Should Fear Windows 10
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Why Apple Should fear Windows 10 Microsoft has this week surprised the world by announcing that Windows 9, which we all expected the next version of Windows to be known as, will in fact be called Windows 10. Strange naming trends from … Read More

5.5-inch iPhone 6 to offer 128GB model
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iPhone 6 Rumours It’s been reported that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6 will be released with 32 GB and 64 GB storage capacities, which suggests they may drop the 16GB model. This has naturally led to speculation over the introduction of a long awaited … Read More

Microsoft Office for iPad now available for download
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Microsoft Office for iPad Microsoft has finally unveiled Office for iPad this week in San Francisco. The suite of productivity software has been many years in the making and eagerly awaited by many power users and corporate types. Designed to … Read More

Why Apple’s 8GB iPhone 5c is a Disaster!
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This week, Apple has released an 8GB iPhone 5c, which is designed to target the lower end of the market. The device is identical to all other models within the iPhone 5c lineup expect it has half the storage of … Read More

Samsung Galaxy S5 to Feature Fingerprint Sensor & 32-bit SoC
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The new Samsung Galaxy S5 will feature a fingerprint scanner like the iPhone 5s along with a 32-Bit system-on-a-chip processor. According to a report from Appleinsider the Samsung smartphone will introduce an on-board biometric sensor for fingerprint identification, as part … Read More

Poll: What Version of Android are you running?
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The OS fragmentation of Android is a very well known issue that doesn’t seem to have gone away. Although for the most part it has been reduced, Google’s failure to adequately work closely enough with manufacturers and with many device … Read More

IK Multimedia’s iRing is the first motion controller for iOS Devices
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Another day at CES, another interesting tech product to discuss. IK Multimedia have announced their new iRing, a motion controller device for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. They describe it as an “affordable motion-tracking technology that lets users control … Read More

Apple to launch 128GB iPad and Cheaper iPhone
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The rumor mill is abuzz once again with speculation and supposed leaked details of yet another couple of upcoming Apple products. As you might have guessed it, the 2013 iPad and iPhone updates are right around the corner with several … Read More

2012 Technology: A year in Review (Video)
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It’s hard to believe that 2012 is coming to an end, for me personally it’s felt like a long year and a big one in terms of Technology. Over the course of the last twelve months we’ve had some major developments … Read More

Twitter finally allows users to archive their Tweets
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Between YouTube unveiling their new Capture app for iOS and Facebook announcing videos ads, it’s been a busy week in the world of social media and now Twitter is getting in on the act with their new archive feature. For … Read More

Tech Poll: What is the best alternative Tablet to the iPad?
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Although the smartphone market has quickly become a competitive arena filled with high quality handsets and plenty of choice for consumers, the tablet market continues to be dominated by Apple. With the launch of their updated fourth generation iPad and … Read More

7th Gen iPod Nano Review Roundup
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No other Apple product has been lavished with such attention and received so many design changes as the iPod Nano. Call it continuos innovative refinement or call it uncertainty as to what direction to take this intrepid little media player, … Read More

The Secret of Apple’s Success
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Following the recent unveiling of the new iPhone 5, Apple’s share price has hit an all-time high. Its launch was also met with unprecedented pre-order figures. Despite the considerable consumer interest in this new smartphone, industry opinion has been largely … Read More

Samsung to pay $1.05 Billion to Apple following patent trial verdict
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The big tech news of the week is less about tech and more about the trials and tribulations of copyright infringement. Apple and Samsung‘s patent trial has come to an end and the sadly inevitable outcome is that Apple have … Read More

5 Ways Microsoft’s Surface Tablets Could Fail
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5 Ways Microsoft’s Surface Tablets Could Fail Following Microsoft’s introduction of their new Surface tablets for Windows RT and Windows 8, the tech industry has been abuzz with optimism that Redmond might finally deliver the dream slates that so many … Read More

Have you Jailbroken your iOS device?
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Jailbreaking iOS devices is nothing new. Cydia has allowed the iPhone to be unlocked and modified with new innovative features designed by enterprising users. For those who are tired of being chained to Apple’s limited ecosystem, Jailbreaking brings apps and … Read More

Microsoft to bring Office to iOS and Android in November
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BGR has been informed by a reliable source that Microsoft intends to introduce their Office productivity suite for iOS and Android operating systems in November. The software package would be optimized for touch-based input and would include the full range … Read More

Tech Survey: Who is your favorite smartphone manufacturer?
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Our modern world of mobile computing has arguably become a shallow place where image is more important than functionality. The brand of smartphone you carry in your pocket can sometimes speak volumes about your style and identity. It has become … Read More