Its time for the Apple WWDC again and this year is no excpetion for the rumours and expected announcements.
Apple are either being very clever or very silly.
I have a theory – and it involves Google taking over the (digital) world.
I don’t normally post political content – but this is too good to miss!
Samsung’s nightmare seems to be continuing since the Note 7 fiasco; but this time with the S8/S8+ – and what is coming to be a BIG problem with red tint on most screens with varying degrees of severity. Samsung is apparently working on the problem by releasing software updates that allow a user to adjust the hue beyond its normal allowed settings to counter the issue.
This got me to thinking about what are the best and worst things about the newest member of the Galaxy family?
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) officially adopted Bluetooth 5 as the latest version of the Bluetooth core specification this week. Key updates to Bluetooth 5 include longer range, faster speed, and larger broadcast message capacity, as well as improved interoperability and coexistence with other wireless technologies. Bluetooth 5 continues to advance the Internet of Things (IoT) experience by enabling simple and effortless interactions across the vast range of connected devices.
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Ofcom says millions of UK broadband customers could soon pay less for superfast broadband under new plans to limit the amount Openreach charges other ISPs to access its fibre network. The communications regulator said today that it wants to slash the cost of new connections for lower tier fibre services (up to 40Mbps) from £88.80 pounds a year to £52.77 in the hope that providers, like BT and TalkTalk, will pass those savings on to customers.
It’s no secret that Google knows a lot about you. It recently made headlines when the internet realised every time someone speaks to Google, it records their voice. And you can listen back to it. But that isn’t the only bit of Google data that users with the right know-how can track down.
Laptops and other large electronic devices will be banned from the cabin on flights to the UK from six countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
The red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus differ from other models in colour only.
Apple has launched a red version of its iPhone 7 and 7 Plus as well as a new video app for iOS.
The red iPhone celebrates Apple’s 10-year partnership with Red, an organisation that aims to combat Aids.