Google launches ‘Google Pay’, as Android Pay and Google Wallet merge!

Today, Google made the announcement that the company will be adding new services to their existing Payment services, Android Pay and Google Wallet, followed by merging the services together in to one new branded payment system, Google Pay, or G Pay. The change won’t affect the workings or compatibility currently present with Android Pay /Continue reading “Google launches ‘Google Pay’, as Android Pay and Google Wallet merge!”

“MELTDOWN” and “SPECTRE” CPU Security Vulnerabilities – All you need to know!

Recently, a collection of security loopholes have being found within Computer CPUs, mostly in relation to the Intel. Above, you can see a list of the 6 major brands of CPUs (Central Processing Unit), and we can pretty much guarantee that the device you’re reading this post on, contains one of them. However, depending onContinue reading ““MELTDOWN” and “SPECTRE” CPU Security Vulnerabilities – All you need to know!”

Microsoft announce Edge Browser for iOS and Android, as well as new Microsoft Launcher, signalling the end of Windows 10 Mobile?!

In a somewhat surprising announcement, Microsoft made two announcements for the world of mobile today, though likely unpleasant announcements for those fans of Microsoft’s Windows 10 Mobile efforts, bringing the companies Edge browser cross platform and a new updated launcher for Android. On a Windows Blog written by Microsoft’s CVP of Windows and Devices, JoeContinue reading “Microsoft announce Edge Browser for iOS and Android, as well as new Microsoft Launcher, signalling the end of Windows 10 Mobile?!”

What the hell happened to Apple with the iPhone X?

It was barely yesterday when Apple took to stage at their new Steve Jobs Theatre at Apple Park, to announce, amongst others, the iPhone X. The iPhone X, and that’s TEN, NOT ex, brings with it the first true design change made to Apple’s iPhone models, honestly since their very first one, but with itContinue reading “What the hell happened to Apple with the iPhone X?”

Apple Event – September 2017

The Steve Jobs’ Theatre at the all-new Apple Park hosted it’s first Event today, the Apple Special Event to announce the 10th anniversary iPhone. Whilst most of what Apple is expected to announce has pretty much been revealed via leaks, let’s see what Apple announced regardless. If kicking off with The Beatles wasn’t a SteveContinue reading “Apple Event – September 2017”

Google (pretty much) admits they were wrong on AR, introducing ARCore to tackle Apple’s ARKit!

Google today announced, via their VR channels, a new player on the virtual reality game, or at least augmented reality, ARCore! Now, before you get as confused as most Google followers will be, this isn’t the same as Google Tango, which the company was barely talking about at this years Google I/O, this is an AR approachContinue reading “Google (pretty much) admits they were wrong on AR, introducing ARCore to tackle Apple’s ARKit!”

The death of the iPod begins as Apple drops the Nano and Shuffle!

A surprise, or more an inevitability, Apple has made one of the biggest shake ups to their iPod line-up in quite some time, essentially dropping the majority of the lineup.  Before today, Apple sold the same iPod Nano, Shuffle and Touch, which were all last updated in 2015, however today, you’ll find a very differentContinue reading “The death of the iPod begins as Apple drops the Nano and Shuffle!”

7 years after Steve Jobs suggested it, Adobe is finally going to kill Flash!

Adobe have today announced plans to finally end the life of the Flash browser plugin, a move made likely in the wake of mobile devices better suited to HTML5, WebAssembly and WebGL formats. Adobe had this to say on the announcement; But as open standards like HTML5, WebGL and WebAssembly have matured over the pastContinue reading “7 years after Steve Jobs suggested it, Adobe is finally going to kill Flash!”

Apple’s Phil Schiller perfectly illustrates the problem with Apple Inc today!

In case you didn’t know, today marks 10 years since the original iPhone was ever introduced on stage at MacWorld 2007. The original iPhone is quite frankly the biggest product announcement ever for Apple, and, whether you’re a fan of Apple or not, you can’t deny the big impact it had on the Smartphone industryContinue reading “Apple’s Phil Schiller perfectly illustrates the problem with Apple Inc today!”

Apple announces a whole new MacBook Pro which truly “set’s the bar” – October 2016

After seeing a bevy of updates from Microsoft this week in relation to the Surface line, we were actually interesting in see what Apple branded the new “future Pro notebook”, and, well, that’s what we got in the new MacBook Pro, both 13 and 15 inch variants. What we didn’t get however was any wowContinue reading “Apple announces a whole new MacBook Pro which truly “set’s the bar” – October 2016″

Apple allegedly has “detailed mockups” of potential ‘iMessage for Android’ app!

Despite previously denying the possibility, sources within Apple have confirmed that the company not only has being in consideration of delivering their popular iMessage service across to Android, but the company has detailed mockups of it potentially running on Android devices. Apple introduced iMessage in 2011 as part of their iOS 5 release, which believe itContinue reading “Apple allegedly has “detailed mockups” of potential ‘iMessage for Android’ app!”

Apple iPhone 7 Review

On the face of things, the iPhone 7 isn’t really much to write home about, for those who’ve either seen or owned an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6S, you’ll probably be looking at the above press image by Apple and thinking what’s changed, and you’d be right to as for the most part the designContinue reading “Apple iPhone 7 Review”