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”

Android Apps on Chrome OS? What is it really like? (At least, for now)

When Google announced that Chrome OS would be able to get the true Play Store, as in the same Play Store found on Android devices, it’s pretty fair to say us and everyone saw this as a stupid idea, and those who didn’t have seriously not thought through how this would work (keyboard and mouse,Continue reading “Android Apps on Chrome OS? What is it really like? (At least, for now)”

OnePlus X Review

Straight from unboxing the OnePlus X, it was clear that the OnePlus X wasn’t going to be a typical £199 device, even the box feels like something you’d expect from the likes of Apple, or competing in the £500+, then when it comes to competing against other lower priced devices such as the Moto G,Continue reading “OnePlus X Review”

Apple iPhone 6 “bricked” by ‘Error 53’ code if not repaired by Apple

Whilst it’s not incorrect, it’s something we wish to adjourn. The Guardian, as well as many others, posted a post in relation to the iPhone 6 becoming “bricked” if the Home button had being “repaired” by a non-Apple reseller or repair program after installing the latest iOS update. A lot of what was posted inContinue reading “Apple iPhone 6 “bricked” by ‘Error 53’ code if not repaired by Apple”

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!”

Apple WWDC 2015 – OS X El Capitan, iOS 9, watchOS 2 and Apple Music

After what can only be described as a cringeworthy, but oddly not too bad introduction video by a director attempting to make a developer conference something we’d only expect out of some odd musical, but all doesn’t go well so they have to restart with a signature Apple dung and have to resort to basics,Continue reading “Apple WWDC 2015 – OS X El Capitan, iOS 9, watchOS 2 and Apple Music”

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”

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!”

Computex 2014: HP announce a wide range of new Chrome OS devices!

Aside from HPs Windows based announcements at Computex, they’ve also announce a wide range of devices running on Google’s Chrome OS platform. At the event, HP announced some pretty slick looking notebooks, as well as a Chromebox and even an Android powered laptop, so everything to go there for Google people, but mainly Chrome OSContinue reading “Computex 2014: HP announce a wide range of new Chrome OS devices!”

Apple WWDC 2014 – OS X Yosemite, iOS 8 and Swift

After a brief video about Developers, Tim Cook took to the stage to a packed crowd at this years WWDC 2014 with the clear focus on software. No hardware announcements at WWDC is becoming a trend over the last few years, but let’s be honest, rightfully so, this is a Developers Conference after all, andContinue reading “Apple WWDC 2014 – OS X Yosemite, iOS 8 and Swift”

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”