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.
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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.
Apple’s smartphone selection is about to receive a shake up as two new models will be added to their lineup and production of the iPhone 5 will stop altogether. The long rumoured iPhone 5c was unveiled last week alongside another new Apple handset, the iPhone 5s, providing customers with a top, mid and low end option. While many predicted the arrival of the 5s and 5c, there were one or two raised eyebrows at some of the announcements.
Speculation surrounding iOS7 had been rife, but the details revealed by Apple at this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference put a lot of rumours to bed. It also managed to spring some surprises. Everyone wanted Apple to deliver something fresh; an update that would blow their (increasingly threatening) competitors out of the water. The fact that the event sold out in less than 2 minutes says something about the level of excitement.