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2014: A Year of Change

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.

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Tim Cook and Apple ‘offended’ by ‘Beeb’ Report

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.

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ModMCdl: Back on Twitter After Hack

On the 5th of October ModMCdl, the group behind BronyOS, reported that their system had been hacked.

But now there’s good news…

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N.O.W: Is Time On Apple’s Side?

Apple launched their next iPhone last Tuesday, all in a fit of applause and excitement. Tim Cook took to the stage to tell us how amazing iPhone 6 is – but does it live up to the hype? And there is a certain little timepiece called the Apple Watch… You might be interested…

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The Secret War Has Begun: Twili Linux Project Goes Private.

The development of any OS is hard, but why have the team working on Twili Linux Project gone for the private approach?

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