iPhone 5 was Steve Jobs’ last big project

by Sasha de Buyl According to insiders at investment company Rodman and Renshaw, the iPhone 4S may not have been Steve Jobs’ last project. An analyst at the company has confirmed that the next generation iPhone took up much Jobs’ last months with Apple: CNET has reported the new model to have a slimmer profile […]

The benefits of having a dumbphone

by Margaret Kay My phone is dumb. It can’t even spell Kardashian. It doesn’t understand Daylight Saving Time at all. Sometimes the red phone key just decides not to work. It can send photos, but it cannot receive photos – and it always tells me there’s “some text missing.” I look around me. I stare […]

Introduce Yourself (Example Post)

This is an example post, originally published as part of Blogging University. Enroll in one of our ten programs, and start your blog right. You’re going to publish a post today. Don’t worry about how your blog looks. Don’t worry if you haven’t given it a name yet, or you’re feeling overwhelmed. Just click the […]

Apple Patents wireless induction charger for iPods

by Debbie Clarke Apple have filed a Patent for a new idea for an induction charger to be used with their iPod and iPhone devices. An induction charger uses an electromagnetic field to charge batteries without the need for connection via wires or metal contact points, this works by inducing a current in a coil. […]

Instagram is going places

by Charlotte Ward If you’ve got an iPhone chances are you will have or have heard of Instagram, a user-friendly camera and photo sharing app. It was recently announced that the app has managed to reach 5 million users sharing over 100 million photos. There are a couple of things about this app that makes […]

Google Music Review

by Tim Chow I was extremely excited to hear Google had a cloud music platform in the pipeworks. This means you can upload your music to their servers and have access wherever you are in the world with just an internet connection, device and Google account. Unfortunately, it was only available to US residents. Fiddlesticks. […]

Sensor Music Player – Review

by Tim Chow The Android market – sorry…Google Play Store – is awash with music players for your smartphone. Check any forum discussing this topic and you’ll find at least five different suggestions for the ‘best’ player. I’ve tried countless music players over the years and found there isn’t one to rule them all. So […]

Why Are Consoles Banned In China?

by Andrew Scott I really don’t know why I didn’t know this – and I don’t mean the answer, I mean the question. I had absolutely no idea consoles were banned in China. Did you? It’s ironic that young people in Chinese factories are churning out millions of Wiis, PS3s and Xboxes for their western […]

Asteroid Mining with James Cameron: Is this really a good idea?

by James Meikle I’ve just been reading about a new business venture that’s been announced: a start-up company called Planetary Resources intends to shoot robots into space so they can mine asteroids. Oh and by the way, James Cameron (Aliens, Terminator, Avatar) is one of the major players in the project. !!!DANGER, WILL ROBINSON, DANGER!!! […]

Apple Rejects Laptop-tablet Hybrids

by Rose Adams Tim Cook, CEO of Apple has rejected the idea of making a iPad/Macbook Air hybrid product as it would “wind up compromising” both. This view is contrary to that of rivals Asus who are already marketing their Transformer series and Intel have also expressed interest in the idea. Mr Cook said in […]


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