I love my iPhone, but I hate how quickly it dies. I see its whole life flash before my eyes in a matter of hours over and over again and I am powerless to stop it. While there may be little hope for my 4S, the future for all Apple device’s progeny looks brighter.
A report by the Daily Mail speculates, backed by an unidentified but knowledgable source, that Apple is working on the down-low with the British company Intelligent Energy to develop fuel cells as a longer-lasting energy [...]
A large amount of TV is available to you if you don’t have cable. Cord-cutting is a thing because of this fact. Think about it: major networks are available over the air for free, and TV seasons from most broadcast and cable networks often end up on some kind of streaming service a few months after finishing. But the premium cable networks, the ones you pay for on top of your regular bill? Not so much.
At least, that’s what you may think. No Game of Thrones means [...]
Another day, another iPhone 6 rumor. This time around, it comes from Ming-Chi Kuo, the analyst with KGI Securities out of Thailand who had previously predicted Amazon’s six-camera smartphone. This past weekend, Kuo said that the larger, 5.5-inch model of the iPhone 6 has hit production delays, and may not be out by the end of 2014 as hoped.
The news comes by way of Macrumors, who cites a Kuo-penned report to KGI’s clients:
“Production bottlenecks on 4.7-inch iPhone 6 center [...]
We’ve been following the saga of the Start Menu for some time now. Ripped from users when Microsoft made the transition from Windows 7 to Windows 8, the Start Menu has been one of the most-requested features that Microsoft still refuses to supply. This past April at its Build Conference, Microsoft confirmed that the Desktop-based Start Menu would finally be coming back – but since then we’ve learned that it won’t be until Windows Threshold (aka Windows 9) comes out in 2015. Last night, [...]
On Friday the 11th the Chinese state broadcaster CCTV (China Central Television) labeled Apple’s iPhone a national security threat. This accusation was made on account of a function that we all know and use, the location services. We use it to find restaurants on Yelp, get directions––mildly useful stuff. The hullabaloo comes from the fear that this function could be used to glean knowledge of state secrets, and China’s general economic situation.
At first glance this seems like [...]