The latest news from the world of technology. Smartphones, Gadgets, Laptops, PC's, Chromebooks, you name it, the news is probably here.
As everyone remembers, because it was everywhere on the news, the four founding members of the Pirate Bay (also known as Gottfrid Svartholm, Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Carl Lundström) were arrested back in November. These guys have been through a lot over years with this site and legal troubles. Back in 2009, the four were charged with copyright infringement and handed hefty fines. That's actually part of what they were running from when they were arrested last year.
According to GizChina, the S700 Pro will be unveiled in October and offers some of the best specs from a phone at the moment.
Logitech are getting with the times this week by announcing that the company is changing its name to the old fashioned and dated 'Logitech' to the more simple 'Logi'. The reason for this change is because "tech says nothing".
Remember when flagship smartphones used to come with 8GB storage options? Yeah, that's a distant memory, and it might soon be joined by the 16GB storage option if this latest report is to be believed.
LG has today unveiled a mid-ranged version of the LG G4, the LG G4 Beat, a mid-range device aimed at offering "the best features and functions of the LG G4, delivering value without compromising performance or usability."
MtroShrink is a new URL shortening service created by my good friend Oliver Whysall. What makes this URL shortening service different from there rest...
Despite the Xperia Z3+ (a.k.a Z4) only being released globally at the end of June, details are already emerging about its successor, the Z5. According to Technodify, Sony is going to announce this device along with Z5 Compact and the Z5 Ultra in Japan in September.
The final design for the BBC Micro Bit (stylized as "micro:bit") educational miniature computer system has been unveiled by the broadcaster, showing off the new features implemented since the prototype was shown earlier this year.
EE has been on a roll with its latest smartphone releases, with bird-named phones like the Eagle, the Harrier, and now this brand new handset available right now, The Rook.
Televisions are great, so are magnets, but for as long as I can remember the two haven't really had the best relationship together. I remember at one point a laptop I once had whose display would 'turn off' if placed near a magnet. But LG seems to have conquered the impossible and have created not only a super thin flexible display, but a display that can be mounted onto walls using magnets. Now that's genius.
It's CES next month, an event in Las Vegas where we get to see the future of tech first. And this year we've got some corkers lined up, first Kodak seem to be diving into the world of smartphones, and now battery king Energizer seems to be heading that way too with their own smartphone - here's hoping the battery life is awesome.
Another quarter, another financial report from Apple and once again the Cupertino company is reporting another fantastic quarter with positive growth from iPhones. Though it's staying surprisingly quiet about the Apple Watch.
Who'd have thought the Apple Watch would start seeing a decline in sales? Pretty much everyone, actually. According to MarketWatch since the launch and the sudden influx of people clambering for one of the sought after wearables, sales have seen a decline of 90 per cent since opening week.
This is the tale of one girl and her plethora of headphones, and it’s probably not too dissimilar to some of yours, that is if you can’t walk around in public without your iPod blaring at any point of the day. What? I'm shy.
Taylor Swift is once again in the tech spotlight as it's been revealed that she's once again refusing to have her material on yet another music streaming service. This time, surprisingly, Apple Music is the target and it'll sadly be missing out on her latest hit record, 1989.