In 2010 Steve Jobs famously remarked that the post-PC era had arrived. iOS 11, announced today and to be available for all 64 bit iPads and iPhones, brings us closest to that vision.
Yes, I’m here to whine and please do pass the cheese. Apple finally updated its MacBook Pros and they certainly are very tempting. I do have one complaint though!
You know the thing that really struck me about the recent Apple Event on March 21st 2016 was the complete difference to any Apple Event before.
Apple announced their latest MacBook this past week. And while I think that the design is gorgeous, the rest leaves much to be desired. Matching your iPhone with gold, silver, or space grey does sound enticing. Unfortunately you are better off getting just about anything else.
These are my first impressions of the Microsoft Band. Is it worth your considerations? Let us take a look…
I love technology. The progression, the moving forward, the excitement of change. It doesn't scare me, it excites me. Makes me feel like a little boy, dreaming about what could be.
So I recently got an iPhone 6, Space Grey 128GB. After having used Windows Phone on my HTC HD7, Nokia Lumia 710, and most recently my cyan Nokia Lumia 920 some of you might be surprised. Well for one, I did get the light blue silicone case for the iPhone, so don’t be too surprised. Probably the biggest reasons for me was apps. But otherwise feature wise, they line up quite closely. In fact take a look at my Siri vs Cortana video.
An exciting new update is coming for Windows Phone. The update narrows the feature gap, but more importantly can it narrow the app gap?
Technology is a gift. A gift that people both love and hate. Sometimes however your technology needs some love to turn it into love.
So Microsoft has made a lot of noise about the Xbox One’s new Kinect, especially the improved voice commands. Apparently it should even know which person in the room is talking to it. But does it work?