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 […]
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.
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 […]
We’ve just under 2 hours before the Apple keynote starts. Will you be watching? The link you need is www.apple.com/live.
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, Apple’s September 9th event could also be […]
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 […]
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 […]
.. 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.