In 2014 large amount of Tech news was reported, from new devices to hacking and security fails. Lets take a look at what got you reading.
Change, this year has seen a lot of it. Technology has changed, the focus is continuing to push towards the wearable market, the next-gen consoles don’t seem too next-gen now and lets not forget extreme market turbulence (looking at you Apple and Samsung). Gadget Nibble hasn’t been immune from such transitions either – with the last of our beloved mascots, Boog, departing us. As we go into 2015, things are going to keep changing.
After our friends at the mighty ‘Beeb’, commonly known as the BBC, produced a rather chilling report on Apple’s workforce; Tim Cook has come out and declared his offence at the matter.
Ironically, the year that Apple discontinues its oldest iPod product, is the year that everybody wants one.
Since Satya Nadella took charge at Redmond, we’ve been wondering what would change inside the software giant? Now it seems somebody who deals with their iOS apps has had a change of heart…
Malware and China are two words that seem to end up in the same sentence quite often. This time, the Mac is at the centre of a new attack that is also threatening Apple’s mobile devices too.
After various leaks, Microsoft finally launched their wearable tech band. As Redmond’s first entry into the wearable wristband market, Microsoft has a lot to prove, but not a lot to lose. They just need to show their worth.
It wasn’t enough for Cupertino to just update their iPad lineup on Thursday. Alongside the launch of the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3, Apple took the time to revamp its famous iMac.