Music has come a long way – from records to CDs, CDs to MP3s. But that’s all had one resemblance – we’ve had to buy it. Could internet services, like Spotify and Last.fm, destroy the need to pay for the music in your life?
What is it with tech journalists who are so eager to find fault with new developments in technology? If manufacturers are making important advances, like the iPad and 3D TV, we should be celebrating them.
There’s an Apple bug going around this winter – and it’ll be at the top of your kids’ Christmas wish list. No, it’s not a new obsession with eating fruit, but their want for the latest iGadget.
Apple’s patented a way to censor the naughty words from our text messages. It’s all in an attempt to help parents and jealous partners stop their loved ones sending rude messages, or ‘sexting’.
Most tech journalists are excitedly reporting that Android phones share your private data without your knowledge, while their iPhones are secure. But the study that’s been used to support this might point to the opposite.
Apple’s latest announcements, a new iPod range and a social networking tool (Ping), attracted the usual hysteria from its legions of fans and a fawning media. But was there really anything to get excited about?
Apple iPod stuck on repeat? iPhone all hung up? Maybe your iPad is more a case of iWon’t? But why should we pay Apple so much for an official branded repair, when we can get the same fix for less elsewhere?
Jailbreaking wasn’t illegal before and it’s not illegal now, but it’s still pretty risky business and could leave you in breach of your contract with Apple. So is jailbreaking really worth the bother?
For decades Apple was the underdog. Now its following, which began almost as a cult, has made it the world’s largest tech company. But has Apple become a victim of its own success?
Another day, another iPhone 4 problem in the headlines. But that’s the price Apple pays for launching a must-have phone that has eager punters queuing around the block just to get close to one.
iPhone fans are still queuing around Apple stores hoping that new stock will come their way. Shame Apple isn’t doing more to meet demand, but then what would fuel the hype machine?
Apple’s iPhone 4 has been pulling our geeky heart strings for the past week – but some unlucky owners are losing reception… when they hold it. An interesting flaw for a mobile phone.