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iOS 8: What's Changed?
Apple have been dominating the headlines over the last fortnight and this week has witnessed the new iOS 8 update, just days before the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are to be launched. If you have an iPhone 4S, iPad 2, iPad Mini or iPod touch 5th generation or newer, you can download it today if you don’t already have it. If you have an iPhone 4 or older generation iPads or iPods, you will have to get an upgrade as it is not accessible for you - sorry. So, what’s new? Read our latest blog to find out.....
Apple Thinks Bigger Is Better
All eyes have been on Apple this week as they unveil the new iPhones as well as welcoming the new Apple Watch to their ranks. The Apple Watch is Apple’s first new product line since the introduction of the first iPad, and the passing of its co-founder Steve Jobs. The Apple Watch will run apps, act as a health and fitness tracker and will be able to communicate with the iPhone. For more information about the watch and the new iPhones to be added to the Apple family, read our latest blog...
You Could Be Taking The Wheel Of Technology
As you know, we’re not one to shy away from some new gadgets in the office (in fact, we love our Google Glasses) and this new piece of technology could make getting around the office very interesting. The AirWheel is a new personal transport vehicle that helps one person get from A to B on a single wheel. The vehicle is half Segway and half unicycle and it has definitely got us interested. For more information read our latest blog...
3 Game-Changing Pieces of Technology
When it comes to technology, we are constantly looking for better and easier ways to improve performance at work, during sporting activities and in our spare time. We have three examples of ways new technology is being created to improve performance, read our blog to find out what they are.
Electric Cars Could Say Goodbye To Wires In 2017
Advancing technology in cars has been a hot topic of late and it doesn’t look like it’s going to die down any time soon. We spoke recently about the in-car technology that Google and Apple are turning their attention too, but it is cars in general that are dominating the headlines; more specifically, electric cars. According to Anthony Thompson, VP of Development and Marketing for Electric Vehicles at Qualcomm, we can expect to see the first wireless charging cars by the end of 2017. For more information, read our latest blog.....