Mark Twain coined a phrase (and attributed it to British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli) "There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics." So which is research?
iPod, iMac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and now this? I don’t understand why people are so hyped up about giving Apple even more of their money than they already get.
There have been so many recalls of late that you have to wonder – is it even possible for automobile manufacturers to make a car that doesn’t have problems?
Amazon has launched a new publishing program called Amazon Scout that lets readers decide which new authors will get published.
Ford’s CEO Mark Fields said that Ford could build a ‘Tesla Model S’-like vehicle if it wanted to. The company has already been studying the car, he said.
Apparently Apple has pulled Bose headphones and speakers from its online store and retail outlets, alongside rumours that it's ditched Fitbit products.
According to the Greatfire.org website the Chinese government has launched a man-in-the-middle attack designed to intercept user’s iCloud account usernames and passwords.
It seems like any time anyone has an issue with something on the Internet they expect Google to fix it – and fix it fast. But should we be examining that knee-jerk reaction a little closer?
Over a dozen celebrities who had their iCloud accounts hacked are suing Google for big bucks, but there are many reasons why this whole affair is daft.
The US government has been coming out in public recently to express its concerns about Apple’s and Google’s implementation of encryption .
Apple is slowly rolling out support for its new HealthKit initiative that promises a plethora of devices and apps that will keep us all healthier, fitter and happier. But what are the implications?
Health and fitness wearable designers need to think about women’s needs as well – but is that a problem in a male dominated industry?
Will home security providers end up controlling the Internet of Things, and if so, what might that mean for your smart home in the future?
FBI Director James Comey said today that he is concerned about moves by Apple and Google to market phones that can't be searched by law enforcement.
Apple is not having a very good week when it comes to their new iPhones and iOS 8. A new iOS 8 update was released this morning, it broke people’s iPhones and the update was promptly pulled.
Those who loathe Cupertino have had plenty to chuckle about since the launch of iOS 8 and the new iPhone 6 models.
Some folks apparently can’t live with just the one phone, and have several different models, perhaps including the newest iPhone and Galaxy handset…
There are so many competing 'standards' in the world of IoT that it's hard to see who might emerge as the winner. Will it be consortium, proprietary or platform agnostic?
Why have both companies suddenly announced data encryption by default with their mobile operating systems? It isn’t out of the goodness of their hearts…
We discuss whether doctors will actually find data drawn from HealthKit valuable, and how likely it is that iOS 8 devices will become serious tools for diagnosis.
In a post on the Apple website yesterday the company claimed that they won’t comply with government warrants to unlock devices running the new iOS 8, because they can’t.
There appear to be some serious problems with Microsoft’s Azure cloud services. We spoke to CloudSigma’s CEO Robert Jenkins to try and find out how difficult these issues might be to fix.
We discuss how the customer is now the commodity when it comes to search and social sites, not to mention Minecraft, and why Microsoft snapped the game up.