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Apple: Finance your phone from us, not the operator

Rarely nowadays do I ever watch an Apple keynote live. The company has gone to great lengths to make this even easier and more reliable than previous years, however I do need the ability to skip so I can avoid the fanboy clapping interludes. I was more than happy to tolerate a bit of whooping […]

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“The only thing that’s changed is everything”

Arrrgh! Was anyone else frustrated by the new iPhone tag line launched last night? “The only thing that’s changed is everything” I could agree with that kind of reality distortion when they went from iPhone 5 to iPhone 6, but really… dear me.

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Opinion

Apple’s March 9 keynote: Initial impressions

I sat down and watched Apple’s keynote this evening, end-to-end. Apple is, without a doubt, a company at the top of it’s game. I strongly admired the work they’re doing with ResearchKit — enabling medical researchers around the world to deploy research apps/services using iPhone sensors. Admirable stuff. All of it with a commercial bent […]

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Are you watching the Apple keynote tonight?

We’ve just under 2 hours before the Apple keynote starts. Will you be watching? The link you need is www.apple.com/live.

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Devices

Here’s the primer for Apple’s super-hot keynote (we can but hope)

Hello it’s Ewan here. Ahead of the upcoming Apple’s September 9th keynote, I’ve asked mobile commentator Roland B. to give us a look ahead and a bit of context. Over to you Roland… – – – – – Perhaps the most anticipated date in the mobile industry calendar, Appleā€™s September 9th event could also be […]

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5 things that irritated me about Apple’s WWDC keynote

I watched all of it. I stuck through it. I did skip some bits where I just couldn’t handle the stupid whooping. Here, then, is my perspective on the 5 things that really annoyed me during Apple’s WWDC keynote: 1. The whooping guy After almost every second sentence, whilst Tim or any of the other […]

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Devices

Catching up on the Paul Jacobs Qualcomm CES keynote

I’ve just been catching up on the big keynote from CES last night and I think it’s fair to say, Qualcomm pulled out all the stops. You can catch the full keynote right here. It’s definitely worth a look, particularly to keep updated on what they’re doing with their SnapDragon 800 and 600 chips. Some […]

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The most excruciating part of the iPhone keynote

.. Watching the live feed from Engadget and feeling the pain of the poor live bloggers utterly bewildered at having to sit through three (and counting?) songs from the Foo Fighers — whilst they’re hoping HOPING against HOPE that there will be a one-more-thing.