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What comes after the iPhone: smart glasses and the “reality operating system”

After years of speculation, Apple’s iPhone X is finally out in the wild. That means the media, analysts, and the rest of the world now need a new unreleased Apple product to obsess over. And we’ve found one. Bloomberg reported today, following up on previous reporting, that Apple is

What is the Android operating system and what is an Android phone?

Google unveiled its new Pixel 2 devices this week (Picture: Google) Google unveiled their latest flagship phones on Wednesday: the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. The new phones follow the highly successful Google Pixel phone last year, after Google rebranded their Nexus range. Android is also

Web Design: Native, Hybrid or Responsive, What Format Is Made For Your Mobile Application

Native, hybrid or responsive: what format to choose to make your mobile users live a successful experience. We take stock! At some point, when designing your mobile application, you will have to decide on how you will develop the application. Your choices include native applications, hybrid applications

Amazon Great Indian Sale to Feature Discounts on Apple, OnePlus, and More: What You Need to Know

HIGHLIGHTS The sale will start from August 9 Amazon Pay Balance only deals to be available during sale You can play “Guess Who” game on app for sneak peek at deals Amazon has announced that the e-retail website will be organising its Great Indian Sale from 12am IST (midnight) on

Do You Know What it Feels Like to Get Hacked?

Hopefully your answers is “no”, and the intention of this blog is to keep you cyber safe in 2017. Remember the hack of the Ashley Madison site? The top 3 passwords used on that site were “123456”, “12345” and “password”. While there are no guarantees that malicious actors won’t get to your

Facebook to Stop Paying for Exclusive Live-Stream Content – What Does That Mean?

In June last year, reports circulated that Facebook was paying media companies and celebrities millions of dollars to broadcast exclusive content on Facebook Live in an effort to boost their rapidly expanding live content ambitions. The Wall Street Journal reported that Facebook had signed over 140 separate

Samsung Galaxy S8 Release Date, Specifications, Price, and More: What the Rumours Say

With the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, Samsung has lost a lot more than just billions of dollars last year. The South Korean giant has spent considerable time and effort in making amends to Galaxy Note 7 buyers, fixing its reputation, as well as identifying the cause behind the

Google DeepMind: What is it, how does it work and should you be scared?

Today concludes the five ‘Go’ matches played by AlphaGo, an AI system built by DeepMind and South Korean champion, Lee Sedol. AlphaGo managed to win the series of games 4-1. ‘Go’ is a strategy-led board game in which two players aim to gather and surround the most

What does Brexit mean for the web industry?

After the recent UK referendum result and Brexit looming on the horizon, many British designers find themselves contemplating what the future may hold. But what exactly does the Brexit outcome mean for the web industry? Here, British and European designers have their say… Hidden opportunities “It brings

BT gets another chance to fix its broadband: Here’s what it means for you

Ofcom, BT and OpenReach – what this means to you BT used to like to tell us that “it’s good to talk”, but this morning it probably wasn’t the happiest of phone calls with the telecoms regulator Ofcom, which has told BT that it needs to seriously