Rotten Apple fined A$9 million for false, misleading and deceptive conduct

June 19, 2018

Rotten Apple has been hit with a record A$9 million fine. Why? It told Australian consumers that third-party iPhone/iPad/iAnything repairs would invalidate its warranty.

Apple to close Lightning port vulnerability

June 16, 2018

Apple has announced an upcoming iOS upgrade will close its Lightning port vulnerability. It will block data transfers on its Lighting port when the device

Apple Project Kalamata – future Mac’s may have custom chips (opinion)

June 16, 2018

Earlier this year Apple announced Project Kalamata. The endgame appears to be to replace Intel x86 CPUs in Macs with custom-designed, ARM-based silicon. Just like

Rymek retro-style keyboard rocks (first look)

June 13, 2018

Retro is in. What about a keyboard that looks like an old-style typewriter? Enter the KnewKey Rymek – and it looks and feels like it

Apple TV 4K gets Dolby Vision and Atmos sound

June 5, 2018

If you’re one of the lucky few who has an Apple TV 4K read on. Your movies will start to look and sound a whole

Improvements come to Apple Watch with watchOS 5

June 5, 2018

Apple Watch users will get their hands on some new features with the release of watchOS 5 this spring. Most of the improvements are aimed at

GadgetGuy at Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2018

June 5, 2018

GadgetGuy Val Quinn is over at Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2018. The conference is all about software, not hardware. In fact, it is mostly about

What are the worlds most valuable companies?

June 4, 2018

It may surprise you, but the worlds most valuable companies by market cap are Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Alphabet (Google parent).

Apple encourages smartphone detox with Screen Time

June 4, 2018

Apple has been working on Screen Time. It is a tool to help users monitor how much time they spend on their iOS devices and

Beats by Dr Dre by goes Red: ten years of Beats

May 31, 2018

Apple reminds us that the then-new headphone brand, Beats by Dr Dre, was launched ten years ago, in 2008. To celebrate, it’s going red. (And

AirPlay 2 brings extra features to Apple HomePod

May 30, 2018

Apple launches AirPlay 2 and brings true multiroom audio and impressive stereo sound to its HomePod smart speakers - and you can now even add non-Apple speakers to the mix.

Huawei kicks smart phone arse

May 21, 2018

Europe has embraced Huawei with a growth year-over-year of 38.6% to 7.4 million units in Q1, 2018. These figures exclude the very popular P20 and

iPhone X Face ID is not available, try again later

May 8, 2018

Apple iPhone X users increasingly see the message  – Face ID is not available, try again later. Your very expensive iPhone X is faulty and

Mother’s Day Gift Guide – for the more affordable Mum

May 7, 2018

We’ve already made a few suggestions for expensive Mother’s Day gifts. But this time let’s keep things well under a thousand dollars and see what’s available.

Laser demystifies Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C dongles

May 2, 2018

Aussie tech accessory company Laser has demystified the relatively new use of USB-C and the emerging Thunderbolt 3 standards. One thing is for sure –

iPhone X sending everyone else broke

April 27, 2018

The eye-watering iPhone X price (from $1579) burned a hole in consumers pockets. But the apparent lack of demand has burned even deeper holes in

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