Latest news

Microsoft releases new Windows 10 build 1702

Microsoft releases new Windows 10 build 1702

Just today, Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 for Insiders and developers to test out. Build 17025 comes just a week after the release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, which brought new some new UI enhancements and support for 3D. What’s new? Settings When Windows 10 was first released in July 2015, Microsoft added a new Settings app, mainly to help people who had never […]

Apple Pay launches today in Denmark, Finland, Sweden and UAE

Apple Pay launches today in Denmark, Finland, Sweden and UAE

Today, Apple has expanded where Apple Pay is available and it has added support for Denmark, Finland, Sweden and the United Arab Emirates. The addition of these countries were promised during the third quarter earnings. What Credit Cards are supported? In Denmark, the following banks and credit unions are supporting Apple Pay: Jyske Bank (Visa debit cards only) Nordea In Finland – credit cards and debit cards from the following […]

16 years ago today, the first iPod was unveiled

16 years ago today, the first iPod was unveiled

Today is a big milestone in Apple’s history, 16 years ago today Steve Jobs stock to the stage at the Apple Town Call at Apple’s campus and unveiled the next big thing for the company, at leas for the foreseeable 9 years. Steve Jobs showed off the iPod, which at the time had a 3.5mm headphone jack (shocker), a hold switch, non-colour screen and a physical click wheel which actually […]

Apple silently discontinues 256GB iPhone 7

Apple silently discontinues 256GB iPhone 7

The brand new iPhone 8 and iPhone X were just released last month and and if you still want an iPhone with a high capacity your only options for now are the newer iPhones, as on the same day that the latest models were released the 256GB iPhone was discontinued. The iPhone 7 now only comes in 32GB, for £549 or 128GB £649. Or £669 and £769 for the iPhone […]

iPhone Upgrade Program users can preorder the iPhone X early

iPhone Upgrade Program users can preorder the iPhone X early

This Friday is the day that the pre-orders start for the new iPhone X, on 27th October. It’s been well documented already that it may be hard to get hold of the phone anyway. But it’s good news for users who signed up for the iPhone Upgrade Program in the last few years, as starting today you’ll have the chance to preorder the iPhone X a few days early. While […]

Shell is deploying electric car chargers at its stations in the UK

Shell is deploying electric car chargers at its stations in the UK

Shell is gearing up to what is next with its next venture, Shell Recharge. This new service is focusing on adding electric car charging stations to its current forecourts. Shell Recharge is currently offered in three locations as of writing, one in Holloway, in London and also in Derby and Whyteleafe, which are both in Surrey. Shell has stated that an additional seven locations, some in London and Reading will […]

Google Calendar receives long overdue UI update

Google Calendar receives long overdue UI update

Google Calendar on mobile has long been ahead of its web counterpart for user interface design, but today Google has finally updated the look and feel of the web version. For ages it has had a Google Mail -esque feel about it and looked sort of out of place when comparing it to the more recent of Google’s projects, including Inbox, Maps and also the newer Android releases. New Look […]

Microsoft releases video, showing off the new Fluent Design for Windows 10

Microsoft releases video, showing off the new Fluent Design for Windows 10

Since its original launch, just over two years ago Windows 10 has come a long way design wise, but the biggest change to date is coming later this year with the release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Microsoft has been working on this new update for a good while now and it adds back in the blur effects that we first saw in Windows Vista, in 2007. Windows […]

Apple releases iOS 11.0.3 to fix issues with unresponsive displays and more

Apple releases iOS 11.0.3 to fix issues with unresponsive displays and more

Just today, Apple has released the third update to iOS 11 so far, the initial release of the OS was made available in the later part of September. Also exactly one week ago, iOS 11.0.2 was released with fixes for a rare case of the iPhone 8 making crackling sounds on the ear piece. iOS 11.0.3 With iOS 11.0.3, Apple has fixed a few issues with unresponsive displays on the […]

Apple releases iTunes 12.6.3 with re-added support for the App Store

Apple releases iTunes 12.6.3 with re-added support for the App Store

Just under a month ago, in the early part of September – Apple released iTunes 12.7 for macOS and Windows and this release removed the App Store section, as well as the ability to manage and download ringtones. Now, earlier today Apple has re-released the old version of iTunes, 12.6.3 for macOS and Windows with the addition of the App Store once again as well as the option to download […]