Upcoming USB 3.2 standard will Double Rates with the same Cables!

USB-C has been taking over the world of mobile and now desktop devices over the past few years, mainly due to the fact they contain a small port capable of more or less everything you could possibly need to do, such as Display out, power out and in, incredibly fast data transfer and so muchContinue reading “Upcoming USB 3.2 standard will Double Rates with the same Cables!”

Android Wear officially launches for iOS – Download here!

Well, it’s finally happened, a moment many fans of Android and let’s be honest iOS too didn’t think was going to happen, Android Wear support has finally come to iPhone. That’s right, now you can use a Smartwatch other than the Apple Watch, or the Pebble suppose, and use a much wider variety of Watches rangingContinue reading “Android Wear officially launches for iOS – Download here!”

Nokia unveil the N1, their first Android Powered Tablet!

If you were wondering what Nokia were up to now that their entire phone division is now part of Microsoft with Microsoft Mobile, and that they only really have less known solutions left? Well, whilst the Nokia that’s left has kept rather quiet since the deal, they’ve randomly decided to unveil a very iPad mini inspired AndroidContinue reading “Nokia unveil the N1, their first Android Powered Tablet!”

Apple iPhone 5C Review

Oh look its Apple’s infamous cheap phone right … wrong, let’s just end that straight away before we enter this review! The iPhone 5C debuted at Apple’s WWDC alongside its higher specced brother, the iPhone 5S, but what do you get for your slightly lower priced buck? Design The iPhone 5C is beautiful, no questionContinue reading “Apple iPhone 5C Review”

Apple iOS 7: 5 things to love, 5 to not

When Apple originally announced iOS 7 at WWDC 2013, it became pretty obvious that the release was to feature the biggest change to iOS since any version of iOS in the past, it really is the biggest change to iOS since iOS 7. Naturally with big changes comes confusion to users after upgrading, luckily Apple knowsContinue reading “Apple iOS 7: 5 things to love, 5 to not”

The Late Late Show – 28th September 2012

http://blip.tv/cfergshow/the-late-late-show-28th-september-2012-6376783 The Late Late Show 28th September 2012 The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Craig kicks off the show with guests Michael C. Hall & Martha Plimpton. *The Late Late Show is now available in many versions. The desktop Flash version (Mac or PC) in 720P. Or available in alternate non-Flash versions. All non-FlashContinue reading “The Late Late Show – 28th September 2012”

Tim Cook responds to Steve Jobs’ CEO Resignation

“Apple is not going to change” Tim Cook responded to being appointed as the new Apple CEO following the resignation of the post from Steve Jobs, who is now the Chairman of the Board of Directors with a letter to the Board saying “Apple is not going to change”, the letter is shown below; Team: Continue reading “Tim Cook responds to Steve Jobs’ CEO Resignation”

Steve Jobs Resigns as Apple CEO

Steve Jobs has resigned today as Apple CEO in the form of a letter sent out to Apple’s board of Directors. In the letter, Steve Jobs makes the decision to appoint Tim Cook as the new Apple CEO. Tim Cook did fill in for Steve Jobs as CEO in medical leave, but now that isContinue reading “Steve Jobs Resigns as Apple CEO”