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.
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…
5.5 inches and now 4.7 inches, that’s the new ‘perfect’ in Apple’s eyes. Seemingly, Cook and Co. have discovered that phones have evolved since 2007 – and now larger is, generally, more useful. And you know those odd plastic rectangles in your wallet? Yeah, Apple wants you to ditch those too; but not before you’ve bought yourself a nice shiny Apple Watch.
It is now official. Confirmed, straight from the horse’s mouth. Apple will hold an event on the 9th September 2014.
As we gather speed in the rumour mill, nearing that sacred month of September – hype continues to grow around Apple’s next iPhone. This time, fuelled by reports on the Chinese social media site, Sin Weibo, posted by analyst Sun Chang Xu.
Just as British Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain, did in 1939 – Apple and Samsung are calling peace (although we hope this is a little more permanent). Samsung and Apple are set to call off their legal armies, ending their row over patents and copyright infringements outside the US.
Your Big Daddy bashing wasn’t quenched by Bioshock on the console? Well, now you can grab your fill with a new instalment of the original BioShock.