Apple WWDC 2013: iOS 7, OS X Mavericks and the new Mac Pro

This time of the year the attention of the media and technology enthusiasts is focused on Apple. Every year the company hosts the WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) in San Francisco and it usually showcases the new products that have been under development over the last few months. This year’s keynote...

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May 07, 2014

Rare Apple 1 Computer sells for record $671,400

One of the oldest Apple Computers, the Apple 1, went on for sale on the 25th of May for the Apple addicts, who wanted to have this obsolete Apple device. The Apple 1 was expected to sell for $260,000, but actually it was sold at an auction for $671,400!!! Sotheby's...

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May 07, 2014

The Steve Jobs video archive

As befitting a man who didn’t have a problem saying what he was thinking, Steve Jobs divided opinion. Whatever you think of his approach to business, he led a remarkable life as an entrepreneur, inventor and co-founder of Apple. I won’t try to talk about his many business innovations and...

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May 07, 2014

April giveaway: What products will Apple be making in 2113?

When I was reading the news this morning, I saw an interesting image that showed how Apple’s devices have changed over a 30-year period. Technology is advancing quickly! It made me think – what will technology look like in 100 years’ time? Well, we’d love to know what the futurologists...

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May 07, 2014

How to backup your Google Reader account

Google have a habit of shutting down services, and one of them, unfortunately, is the very popular Google Reader. Google Reader will be closed from 1 July 2013, and we all have until that date to backup our Google Reader accounts and find an alternative! Google has announced that there...

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May 07, 2014

Becoming a Mac ninja (with a little help)

Though Apple products are often lauded for their usability, that doesn’t actually mean they’re always easy to use. OK, so Apple’s OSX might be a bit more intuitive than Microsoft Windows, but I’m still always surprised at how hard it is for new Mac users to get the most out...

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May 07, 2014

Reclaim your life: how to enable automatic downloads

The age of wires is passing. A new era of effortless wireless connectivity is upon us. Why, oh, why, then, do so many of us still insist on "plugging things in"? It’s just so old-fashioned and inelegant! Future generations will be scoff at us and our drawers stuffed full of...

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May 07, 2014

Top 5 miscellaneous products you can buy at the Apple Store

It is that wonderful time of the year when you make your Christmas shopping list, when all your energy goes towards buying the right gift for your beloved ones. All the major stores get ready for Christmas offering special collections and winter displays. As you probably read already in our...

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December 06, 2013

Apple unveil iBrows – Lovefone #fakelaunch winners announced

A month ago, the Apple’s annual geek-fest Apple Worldwide Developers Conference was just getting under way. During the conference, the company announced new updates and future launches, such as iOS 7. The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference inspired us to launch a June competition to challenge you to – in the...

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July 11, 2013