It’s been rumoured for years now, but it’s finally coming. Apple’s about to announce their entry into the wearables market with the so-called “iWatch”, along with the eagerly anticipated iPhone 6. Join us here for live coverage of the event.
It’s something that investors and consumers alike have been begging Microsoft to do for years: unite. The technology giant has a diverse array of products and services, yet there is little tying the teams together. Unlike Apple or Google, Microsoft has yet to create a single, coherent software and hardware experience. With CEO Satya Nadella’s comments this week about “transforming the company”, one thing is on everyone’s mind. When will Microsoft finally start showing some cohesion?
Apple are having their big WWDC 2014 press conference later today, where they’ll unveil their big plans for the year. You’ve read our predictions for what Apple will announce at the show, but now it’s time for the actual event. Join us for our live blog, starting at 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern/6PM London. Expect to see new versions of iOS, OS X, as well as some new hardware – possibly the iWatch. Whatever happens, we’ll have full coverage right here.
It’s the biggest technology event of the year, when Tim Cook will take to the stage to announce the world’s largest company’s plans for the next few months. The rumour mill is in overdrive, but what can you actually expect from Apple at WWDC 2014?
The brilliant Daniel O’Connor has created the hilarious website “What The Fuck Is My Wearable Strategy”, which will randomly generate an idea for a wearable product. The results are brilliant: some more than others. We’ve collected 10 of our favourites here.
When you first set sight on the new Panasonic Technics, you’ll be stunned at how good they look. Gone is the traditional boring, black headphone design of old: Panasonic have entered the Beats by Dre era, fully embracing the new …
3,790,220. That is, roughly, the number of characters I’ve tweeted. And that number is so astronomically big, it blows my mind. It sickens me, in a way: think how much time I’ve spent sharing my thoughts on rather inane matters. …