After years of wavering commitment to creative professionals, Apple is turning its back on pro photographers. For years, Apple has made sure there’s an OS X app to match your level of photographic proficiency.
Rumors and past release date info have thus far pointed towards a September launch date for the iPhone 6, which has now been confirmed by a reliable source that spoke to MacRumors. Mass shipments of the
The gates are open at Glastonbury, tents are being erected, and we're liveblogging the festival every day from now until Sunday • See all our Glastonbury 2014 coverage here 5.33pm BST That's it for today's
The US government is preparing to auction off more than 29,000 bitcoins seized from the Silk Road website when its alleged chief Ross Ulbricht was arrested, in a move that could net it over $17m. Ulbricht,
Apple will kick-off mass production of its eagerly anticipated 12-inch MacBook Air in Q3 this year, according to a new report from DigiTimes. The report notes that Quanta Computer is set to manufacture
RCMP in an Alberta foothills community are advising the public to be aware that some smart phones may have more zaps than apps. Mounties from the Hinton detachment say they have seized two stun guns in
Researchers demonstrate how vulnerable phone users are to having their PIN codes recorded by the new Google Glass Google Glass can be used to covertly steal people’s PIN codes from as far away as 10ft,
Raise your glass — like, right now. We’ve found a new friend for those boozy bottles on your bar cart! It’s an interactive cocktail mixology system, called Perfect Drink. This drinking tech is a two-parter.
Students at MIT and other universities are building a time capsule that they hope will soon contain messages, photos, audio clips, and videos gathered by tens of millions of people across the world. But
With 4G now becoming more ubiquitous in the UK (as well as around the world), early work is being done on the next next-generation data standard, currently being referred to as 5G. You’d be forgiven for
A new research note from KGI indicates that the 4.7-inch model of the iPhone 6 won’t support optical image stabilization due to constraints in the production of VCM suppliers. The larger 5.5-inch version
Apple's new larger-screened iPhone 6 is rumoured to be heading into production as early as next month Apple's next iPhone, which is said to feature a larger screen than previous incarnations, is reported