Mac users are an empassionated lot, and they have good cause to be. Apple products include the popular lineup of Mac computers, Apple TV, Mac OS and software, as well as many other electronic devices. Though the cost of a macbook can be more expensive than a windows laptop, proponents argue the system is more intuitive, attractive, lasts longer and is less susceptible to viruses. So what’s your opinion? Join the discussion as our commentators write on Mac news and current developments.
Apple’s iPhone 7 release is just around the corner and as is typical for Apple, it looks like they’re removing the use of a loved peripheral in the humble 3.5mm headphone jack. Has Apple gone too far this time or is this par for the course?
Apple’s iOS version 8 was released in mid-September to glowing reviews and happy consumers. What are the new features introduced in version 8 and should you upgrade? Can you upgrade? Let’s dig in!
Corn Ethanol is currently mixed with American gasoline and is often marketed as being cleaner and better for the environment. The truth is it can actually be just as damaging to the environment as gasoline. Learn more here.
With the US knee deep in a major deficit crisis, environmental programs are in the budget-slashing firing line. Both sides of the political divide are entrenched in conflict, and while financial stability is important, the future of the environment may become a victim to politics
Equipped with email, Internet and Microsoft Office Mobile, Windows Phone is effectively an office in a phone. But how useful could it be in an emergency situation when no laptop or tablet alternative is available?
The age of the Star Trek-style Tricorder is upon us, but for some reason it is being heralded by highly advanced software running on the retired Windows Mobile platform. Why has this happened?
In the USA, the Windows Phone advertising strategy seems to be restricted to bundling the unique platform with the everyday tools found in other Microsoft products - but in Europe things are different thanks to the launch of the Nokia Lumia 800 and 710 devices.
Believe it or not, the Android platform makes use of Microsoft patents in both the operating system and various devices running the software. As a result, Microsoft makes money on every device sold!
Microsoft’s new mobile phone platform has recently been enhanced with the Mango update, but recent figures show that it still isn’t a particularly attractive option when Android and iPhone handsets are also available…
The Nokia Lumia 710 is set for release in 2011, with emerging markets its main target as the Finnish mobile phone giant pushes on with its adoption of Windows Phone as the primary operating system for its devices.