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Opinion: Why Apple’s new MacBook is a step backward

Published by on Mar 13th, 2015, No Comments


Apple dared, during its Spring Forward event, to cross that line and develop so extreme a product that, despite being marketed being so many years of its time, it is, in reality, a step backward.

They called it the “new” MacBook.


Top5: iPhone 6 tips and tricks

Published by on Mar 13th, 2015, No Comments

iphone tipsHaving a smartphone and using a smartphone are two different things. You might own an iPhone 6 but do you really know what it can do? Many smartphones have so many features that some users don’t ever learn to use them before moving on to the next model. There are literally hundreds of tips and tricks around the internet that will guide you to become a more effective user of your iPhone, these are the our Top 5 tips and tricks for the iPhone 6. (more…)

Updated iOS Nokia HERE navigation app available on iTunes

Published by on Mar 13th, 2015, 2 Comments

Nokia HereApple released Apple Maps back in 2012 and to be honest, as an Apple user I have never used it. All my navigation is done through Google Maps and the reason is obvious. Apple Maps had a disastrous debut and hasn’t really recovered since then.

I know there has been a lot of advances made with Apple Maps but still most iOS users prefer to use a different navigation application. Apart from Google Maps there are other options, and the best is Nokia’s HERE Maps. The updated HERE application is now available for iOS on iTunes. (more…)

Sony to shut down PlayStation Mobile

Published by on Mar 12th, 2015, No Comments


Sony has announced that come July 15th this year, the company will stop publishing all content aimed at PlayStation Mobile – the cross platform initiative aimed at ensuring Sony gaming titles a place across devices such as the PS Vita and Android.

While Sony ceased publishing new games for PlayStation Mobile on Android last year, the news brings about an end to PlayStation Mobile content aimed at the PS Vita.


Scientists to wake dormant Philae lander on comet 67p starting tomorrow

Published by on Mar 11th, 2015, 1 Comment

rossetaIn November last year the Philae lander successfully landed on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The landing though was unexpectedly bumpy and left it stranded in an area far colder and with far less sunlight than scientists had originally planned. New plans had to be made for short term experiments and the long term future of the lander.

Starting tomorrow, scientists from the European Space Agency (ESA) will attempt to make contact with the stricken Philae lander for the first time in nearly four months… (more…)

Game of Thrones’ fifth season will air simultaneously worldwide

Published by on Mar 11th, 2015, No Comments


We live in the age of super-fast internet (in most places around the world), which means that pirating of television shows and movies is rampant. Game of Thrones has been the most pirated show in the world for a couple of years running, and HBO is looking to curb that trend by simultaneously broadcasting the show in all its markets worldwide. Top Gear is doing the same with its current season, and it seems to be working. (more…)

Uber wants to create 1 million jobs for women drivers by 2020

Published by on Mar 11th, 2015, No Comments


UN Women and Uber are launching a partnership to work together around the world toward a shared vision of equality and women’s empowerment.

They intend to invest in long-term programs in local communities where we all live and work, as Uber commits to creating 1,000,000 jobs for women globally on the Uber platform by 2020. See some success stories of women driving with Uber in the video below: (more…)

Latest LG G4 image shows a curve

Published by on Mar 10th, 2015, No Comments

While LG’s next flagship is rumoured to not to see its debut until April or May of this year, Twitter account @OnLeaks posted an alleged picture of the device online this morning – and, by all appearances, it seems the G4 is set to have a curve.

Much like the company’s fraternal handset, the newly introduced G Flex 2, it seems the G4 might accomodate a similar – if less extreme – length and widthwise curvature.