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Tag Archives: Apple
Sure, Google Glass emits radiation but it’s too early to start worrying
Yeah, using Google Glass means you’ll be hit with more cellular radiation but until they go on sale we won’t know how much or for how long.
You don’t need an app, you need a responsive website
OK, so apps are great but does your company really need one? Couldn’t a responsive web designed be easier to build and maintain for your brand?
Google launches its iTunes competitor, Google Play Music, in Ireland
Google Play Music launches in Ireland and four other European countries, as Google expands its Play media reach even further into iTunes territory
UK government to lead international “fight back” against cyber espionage
The British Government is to fund a 21 century Station X, to counter international cyber attacks from hostile nations.
Facebook isn’t building a phone, it’s taking over your phone
Facebook Home is smart, beautiful, and unique app that certainly makes your Android phone more social. But at what cost to your privacy?
The Facebook Phone – great for Facebook but do we really care?
So, The Facebook Smartphone – long rumored, much debated, but is it worth it? Here’s why Facebook needs it and why we don’t.
5 simple ways to improve your brand’s Facebook page
Your customers value your Facebook page more than you think, perhaps more than you do. So you better be sure that you follow these steps.
Things I realized when using a Google Chromebook for the first time
As Chromebooks go online in more countries we ask, are the criticisms of the devices still valid? We review one of the devices to see how usable they are.
European regulators may investigate Apple for ‘antitrust’ practices
The European Commission has launched an antitrust investigation into Apple, after it received unofficial complaints that the company’s contracts for selling iPad & iPhone are uncompetitive.
Data Protection authorities warn of “alarming disregard” for users’ privacy by a number of app developers
A collection of Europe’s data protection authorities have warned users and app developers about the information smartphone & tablets leak online.
Google hands responsibility for Android to its Chrome department as Andy Rubin resigns
Andy Rubin, the co-founder of Android and Google’s Senior Vice President of Mobile, has resigned and is to be replaced by Sundar Pichai, the head of Chrome.
New Dropbox apps available for all – now with better notifications & a more usable design
Dropbox has updated its Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android apps to include new notification features, more options and a better design.
Even YouTube can’t distinguish the Samsung Chromebook with Apple’s MacBook Air
Samsung’s latest Chromebook is so similar in exterior design to Apple’s MacBook Air that not even YouTube’s graphic designers can tell the difference, apparently.
After a slight miscalculation Samsung doesn’t have to pay Apple $450,514,650
Apple’s ruling of $1 billion against Samsung for patent infringement was too much, a US court found today. Samsung just has to pay $599 million to Apple.
Interview: Developing your app is hard, redeveloping it is even harder but just as important
Interview: Knowing when to release your app is one thing, knowing when and how to redevelop your app is something completely different, and even more important
Microsoft burns Twitter, Facebook & Apple as it admits it was hacked
Microsoft burns Twitter and Apple over their security features whilst admitting it was hacked in the same zero-day Java exploit as them.
In an ever-changing market can BlackBerry’s BB10 become the definition of “true mobile computing”?
With the market in flux can BlackBerry’s mobile OS, BB10, find an appreciative audience to become the definition of “true mobile computing”?
Hackintosh – Apple was hacked but “no evidence” any data was taken
Apple has become the third major tech company, after Facebook and Twitter, to admit that it was victim of a sophisticated hack at the end of January