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NikeLab Apple Watch now available

NikeLab Apple Watch now available

Last week, Nike announced that a new version of the Apple Watch Series 2 would be coming soon, a custom NikeLab version of the standard Nike Apple Watch. Named the Apple Watch NikeLab, it is available to buy from today at Nike’s website. The limited edition watch only comes in one colour variant, as pictured above – Space Grey with black and cream style Nike band. This edition of the […]

Instagram now has 700 million users, 100m new users in 4 months

Instagram now has 700 million users, 100m new users in 4 months

Instagram is on a success high recently, just in the last few weeks it was reported that Instagram’s Stories feature had become more popular than Snapchat it self, which is now a direct competitor. Stories now has 200m users everyday, compared to Snap’s 158m daily users. According to latest stats. As of today, Instagram announced that it now has 700 million active users, 100 million of which have joined in […]

LinkedIn now has half a billion users

LinkedIn now has half a billion users

This week, LinkedIn the business oriented social media network announced that they now have 500 million active members worldwide with 23 million members in the UK alone. LinkedIn has also said that 47% of it’s users are using the service too look for a new job and 19% of users have secured a job while using LinkedIn. “A professional community of this size has never existed until now, so we […]

Google Home can now respond to multiple users

Google Home can now respond to multiple users

Google’s in home voice assistant was kind of late to the game, Amazon’s Echo speaker was certainly one of the first and is still the most socially known and most popular, but Google isn’t wasting any time to add new features, using it’s extensive background in AI to boost it along. One large downfall of the Amazon Echo is it can’t support multiple accounts, meaning as a family orientated device it […]

Apple Maps is now listing electric car chargers in the UK

Apple Maps is now listing electric car chargers in the UK

Apple Maps is still a bit of ways behind Google Maps in terms of the amount of information it holds about businesses and also cycling information, but Apple is always improving the accuracy of it’s mapping software and also what points of interest it can show. Electric Cars As a lot of the automotive industry is turning towards electric vehicles, with Tesla leading the charge (pun not intended) – Apple […]

iWork, iMovie and GarageBand are now free for all users

iWork, iMovie and GarageBand are now free for all users

Apple’s iWork suite, GarageBand and iMovie were made free for all users yesterday, previously it was required to purchase a new iPhone, iPad or Mac to be eligible for the software free of charge. This change came into play at the end of 2013 but some users who are still using older hardware were required to purchase the apps. What is iWork and iLife? iWork and iLife are really what Apple used […]

Instagram for Android can work with no internet connection

Instagram for Android can work with no internet connection

Instagram has long required a constant internet connection to even function, some devices do cache a limited amount of recently view photos which you can browse when offline, but any likes or actions you take won’t get saved. Facebook introduced Facebook Lite around two years ago, which is designed mainly for the emerging markets where 4G and faster internet connections aren’t so widely available and also for lower end Android One […]

Tesla reduces base price of Model S

Tesla reduces base price of Model S

This week, Tesla has reduced the price of the base spec Model S and the Model X cars. For both models the 75 and 75D variants have had up to $5,000 knocked off the price, also the high end 90D version has seen a $2,000 reduction. This change only comes a weeks after the lower end 60 and 60D versions were discontinued, Tesla mentioned at the time that the cheaper models […]

A&T Tech website now supports HTTPS traffic by default

A&T Tech website now supports HTTPS traffic by default

This week while browsing the A&T Tech website, you may have noticed a little green padlock in your browser and a extra ‘s’ before the website address. This is because we have taken the stance to move from HTTP to HTTPS web traffic. This is a huge upgrade for the site and it marks a new era for KDL Media too, security. What is HTTPS and how does it effect me? […]

Samsung’s Bixby Voice won’t ship on the Galaxy S8

Samsung’s Bixby Voice won’t ship on the Galaxy S8

Samsung is very close to shipping the new Galaxy S8, arguably the company’s most important launch in a few years. The S8 is the company’s first flagship phone to be launched since the battery incidents with the Note 7 late last year. One of the main features of the handset is the Bixby voice assistant. A rival to Apple’s Siri and Google’s “Now” assistant. However today Samsung has revealed that when […]