A new accessory allows users iPad users to ‘fully immerse themselves’ in whatever they’re watching. Shame and guilt included.
Driving 101 – Do not let anything distract you from, well, driving. Some fella’s still sit and text endlessly while behind the wheel of a moving vehicle, maybe this will change their ways…
It wasn’t shown off, but a new iOS 8 feature is set to cause havoc for location trackers trying to mind your data, which is a massive privacy-win for the common user.
Decisions , decisions. We all know how increasingly difficult it has become to choose a new phone, come upgrade time. The possibilities are endless: iPhone, Samsung, Sony, Nokia – how can one name them all. And what makes it even harder is that they all have some feature that the other is lacking. The general [...]
Last year, Apple revealed the biggest change to-date of iOS, the mobile operating system that many of us have been using for years. Now, Apple is touching up and enhancing its specialised system for iOS 8.
Apple has introduced HealthKit, a system that organises your relevant health metrics from smart devices, including Nike+ gadgets, and it’s ready to kick your future fitness plan into gear.
Apple is branching out the functionality and services of its existing features with the new Yosemite OS X. Check out what’s in store for Mac users when you finally get your hands on the company’s new OS redesign.
Check at those toothy grins! Everyone seems so excited… and they should be, shouldn’t they?
Is this an elaborate phishing scheme or something more sinister?
They say that living around photos of memories that make you happiest is good for the psyche. Here’s a way for you to have a protective cover for your iPhone or Samsung Galaxy, personalised with an image that means something to YOU.
In case you missed it, Apple is buying Beats for $3.2 Billion and that means one times Dr. Dre is about to make a lot of tom. So much so that he will become the first billionaire in hip-hop. but don’t take our word for it.
We are a bit suspicious of this due to April Fools shenanigans, thus Apple junkies might have to wait for more conclusive evidence. But with the supposed iPhone 6 looking this sexy in leaked images, we hope this is the real deal.
Steve Jobs didn’t like Apple execs giving interviews. Up until recently Apple’s design chief, Jonathan Ive, has only appeared a handful of times in public for his works, much less give an in-depth interview. Please meet the designer that changed the world.
Steve Wozniak has always had wacky ideas when the rest of the world looks mute and dull. He created the personal computer as a kid when experts said it can’t be done, remember? Although he isn’t an active member of the Apple engineering family anymore, he still has lots to say about his beloved Cupertino.
If you happen to see someone in Apple’s Grand Central store pick up an Apple product and walkout the store without ever talking to a salesperson or paying at the checkout counter, please don’t tackle them. It isn’t a case of daylight robbery – they may have used Apple’s iBeacon.
Apple celebrated the Macintosh computer’s 30th anniversary with the release of this video. The video is a compilation of footage shot during the span of one day across five continents in ten different countries, highlighting the Mac’s use in design, robotics, education and engineering. And the whole thing was shot on iPhones. Mental.
2014 is the year of wearable technology, and although Apple has yet to even announce a smart watch to compete with Samsung’s offerings, the rumour mill is churning. The New York Times claims that the Apple smart watch might be equipped with a solar-charging layer that would top up the battery when the device is worn [...]
It’s been three long decades since Apple released its first-ever Macintosh computer for $2,495. Today, the company stands comfortably on top of the tech industry.
On Saturday the 25 January, the original team that created the first Macintosh renunited at Cupertino California for the Mac@30 event, celebrating 30 years since the Macintosh was released. Early Apple was often criticised by skeptics and naysayers. Even so its announcements were always well attended, with geeks clamouring to see what Apple would unveil next. [...]
Samsung has already gone ahead and given the smart watch a go – with mixed reactions.
It’s hard to accept that it’s been three whole decades since Apple changed the tech marketing game with their iconic ’1984′ ad that aired during the Super Bowl.
That soul-destroying sensation of patting your phone-pocket and finding nothing can only be matched in awfulness by the sight of your phone plummeting towards a concrete floor at high speed.
Sweet Mary mother of Jesus – this one is a shocker. Apple’s App Store had to pull a ‘Barbie-inspired’ plastic surgery app off their digital shelves this week, because it was so obviously, clearly, unambiguously and definitely wrong.
Why would you need a camera app if you already have a pre-installed camera app that takes pictures just fine? Because it simply isn’t good enough as it is.
Danielle Bruckman lost her phone in January last year, but it resurfaced in the most hilarious way possible.