End of an era becomes real as Apple will finally drop support for Adobe Flash in next version of Safari for Mac! Others to follow

Like most browsers, Apple’s Safari has the option to try out developer version of the browser and it was noted that the latest of Safari’s “Technology Preview” lacked full support for the Adobe Flash plug in. Apple have infamously being fairly against Adobe Flash, formerly Macromedia Flash, since back in 2010, ten years ago, whenContinue reading “End of an era becomes real as Apple will finally drop support for Adobe Flash in next version of Safari for Mac! Others to follow”

Microsoft Office for Mac, now available in the Mac App Store!

Microsoft, today, debuted to the Mac App Store, for the first time, it’s Microsoft Office 365 Suite. Straight from the Mac App Store, you can now download copies of Microsoft’s Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook software, whilst getting continuous updates through the Mac App Store. The apps themselves are exactly the same as the onesContinue reading “Microsoft Office for Mac, now available in the Mac App Store!”

Apple WWDC 2018

As always, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is where we get to hear on an annual basis on what’s upcoming in the world of Apple software. At this years WWDC 2018, Apple introduces iOS 12, watchOS 5, macOS Mojave, and tvOS. iOS 12 Unusually, Apple kicked off the keynote with iOS. We already knew based on Apple’s,Continue reading “Apple WWDC 2018”

“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!”

Build 2015 – A much more open Microsoft

If you were expecting a hoard of product announcements and a couple of new flagships, then you will be disappointed by this years Build, where Microsoft focused entirely on software and development in this years conference. Sure, this is Build, but still would’ve been nice to see something else, however since the keynote, quite aContinue reading “Build 2015 – A much more open Microsoft”

Is Apple blocking Anti Virus programs on iOS just for show, and how to protect yourself for free

As is always the trate with Apple, it’s all about the marketting, and one of the biggest marketting ploys Apple does, whether true or not, is claim guarenteed security on all of their platforms, whether iOS or even OS X. Now, of course us who know what we’re talking about know that no platform isContinue reading “Is Apple blocking Anti Virus programs on iOS just for show, and how to protect yourself for free”

Photos for Mac released for Developers, with Public Beta coming soon!

Today, Apple finally took the wraps of their Photos app for OS X Yosemite, after quite a long time waiting since their Worldwide Developers Conference where they announced the changes. Whilst the program remains in “beta”, it runs smoothly and pretty well, even on our rather ageing iMac. The only real problem we have withContinue reading “Photos for Mac released for Developers, with Public Beta coming soon!”

Why I’m switching to Surface Pro 3?

It’s not often we get posts inspired by submitted posts, but this is one of those occasions. As you may, or may not, be aware, we allow anyone to post a Tech blog to our website through our ‘The Tech Show Submission Page‘, and we received a post the other day, however it was aContinue reading “Why I’m switching to Surface Pro 3?”

Apple October Event 2014: iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, Retina 5K iMac, Mac Mini, OS X Yosemite and iOS 8!

At Apple’s October Event, which actually never gained a name, Apple announced a ton of new devices and software experiences, practically covering everything left over … almost, but we’ll get in to that later. What we we’ll get in to now however, is the announcements themselves! Stats Apple didn’t announce anything stat wise at theirContinue reading “Apple October Event 2014: iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, Retina 5K iMac, Mac Mini, OS X Yosemite and iOS 8!”

Microsoft Office for iPad = 5 reasons it matters, 5 it doesn’t

Thursday 28th March, Microsoft and their new CEO Satya Nadella took the wraps off Office for iPad. Office for iPad delivers at least the traditional selection of Office apps, Word, Excel and PowerPoint, first to the iPad in a way that’s literally incomparable, more on that in a minute. Since, during, and even before, theContinue reading “Microsoft Office for iPad = 5 reasons it matters, 5 it doesn’t”

Sky launch new service Sky Now TV

British broadcaster Sky has announced that its new Internet-based, on-demand TV service Now TV will be launching on Android and other platforms tomorrow. Competing with the UK’s LoveFilm and the recently-launched Netflix, Now TV promises customers an “easy and commitment-free way to enjoy amazing movies, instantly.” The first round of content will be taken fromContinue reading “Sky launch new service Sky Now TV”