With the Apple Watch available for pre-order as of tomorrow morning, we gathered some opinions around the office on what watch they would get (and if they will be pre-ordering)...
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Since full details of the Apple Watch were released on Monday, there has been much news and discussion on the various features offered. One feature which piqued our interest (aside from this analysis of the battery life depending on different usage requirements) was the Watch's ability to make monetary payments using NFC technology.
The mobile device world looks set to receive another shake up, as rumours surface that the iPhone 6 will be unveiled at an event on 9th September this year. Many are predicting that the iPhone 6 will feature some of the most radical changes an updates seen in Apple’s successful smartphone range for some time. Anticipation for a new Apple device is extremely high and according to TechCrunch is the most sought after iPhone ever.
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC14) took place last night and while some of the predictions were a little wide of the mark, there were some announcements that came as little surprise.
Forget smartphones and tablets – The next big tech battle will take place in the car. In-car technology is getting better and companies are vying to be at the forefront of the "infotainment" revolution.
Well, that’s it for another year. Plenty has happened over the last 12 months, especially in the tech world. We’ve seen new technology emerging, the decline of once prominent companies and a whiff of what’s to come in the future. This time last year we took a look at some predictions for the year in technology in 2013. Some of our tech predictions were a way off, but some were surprisingly close to the mark. We’re going to look back and see just how accurate these predictions were…
The rise in popularity of Netflix, it has been claimed, has helped to cut down on internet piracy, as torrenting has dropped by 50% in Canada. This perhaps indicates that piracy for many is not necessarily about the cost, rather the desire for viewers to choose where and when they watch films and TV shows.