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Making the switch: Here's how to go from Android to iPhone 6 or 6 Plus

Making the switch: Here's how to go from Android to iPhone 6 or 6 Plus

By 19 September 2014

We're leaving Android, for iOS (or, more specifically, for the iPhone 6 Plus). We're not platform-prejudice, as we've used everything from the Nokia Lumia 1020 to the HTC One M8, but lately we've strictly been toting around an Android phone. We're also... >>

Larry Ellison retires as Oracle's CEO, will stay on as CTO

Larry Ellison retires as Oracle's CEO, will stay on as CTO

By 18 September 2014

Oracle's chief executive officer is retiring. Lawrence J. Ellison, more commonly known as Larry Ellison, has announced he will step down as head of the company he founded in 1977. He turned 70 last month, and Oracle revealed he will now take on a new... >>

Apple's Tim Cook issues privacy statement after iCloud nudie thefts

Apple's Tim Cook issues privacy statement after iCloud nudie thefts

By 18 September 2014

Following a hacking scandal that involved nude celebrity photos being leaked online, Apple's chief executive officer has spearheaded a new campaign to address policy changes, explain just how personal information is handled at the company, and provide... >>

London iPhone 6 queue is oh so British: 'We're queueing at Nike next'

London iPhone 6 queue is oh so British: 'We're queueing at Nike next'

By 18 September 2014

How much do you want a new iPhone? How long would you be prepared to live on the streets to be first in the queue on launch day? For some people, the urge, nay need, to get the latest and greatest is so much that they are willing to skip work, sleep rough,... >>

iOS 8 HealthKit issues see fitness apps withdrawn from iTunes App Store

iOS 8 HealthKit issues see fitness apps withdrawn from iTunes App Store

By 18 September 2014

The public launch of iOS 8 this morning was not a smooth one, it seems. Apple has confirmed it found a bug that affects the launch of HealthKit-integrated apps. As first spotted by Financial Times, a just-discovered bug in Apple’s HealthKit, a major... >>

Asphalt 8: Airborne is first Metal ready game for iOS 8, and boy does it look lovely

Asphalt 8: Airborne is first Metal ready game for iOS 8, and boy does it look lovely

By 18 September 2014

Apple has rolled out iOS 8, meaning several games are currently updating for the new operating system. One of which is Gameloft's Asphalt 8: Airborne which has been rehashed to support the new iOS 8 feature Metal. So now the racing title now looks better... >>

Don't have space for iOS 8? Try these tips to make room for the huge download

Don't have space for iOS 8? Try these tips to make room for the huge download

By 17 September 2014

Apple released iOS 8 to the public this afternoon, shocking iPhone and iPad users across the world with subtle notices about the update requiring at least 4.6 GB of free space before downloading. You probably feel like forming a riot of some sort outside... >>

Apple TV update adds flat icons, Beats Music, Family Sharing, and more

Apple TV update adds flat icons, Beats Music, Family Sharing, and more

By 17 September 2014

Apple has updated Apple TV, following the release of iOS 8 to the public. The new software brings redesigned icons that look very much like the flatter icons Apple introduced in iOS 7. You will also notice the icons for Music, Computers, and TV shows... >>

iOS 8 keyboards: Here's the top ones to try, and how to set them up

iOS 8 keyboards: Here's the top ones to try, and how to set them up

By 17 September 2014

iOS 8 is here and seeing as Apple announced earlier this summer not only a new and smarter keyboard for iOS 8 but also support for third-party keyboards, that means you get to chose what's the best one for you right now rather than having to wait any... >>

What is Apple's Family Sharing feature for iOS 8, and why should you care?

What is Apple's Family Sharing feature for iOS 8, and why should you care?

By 17 September 2014

Apple has a new feature that promises to not only save you money but also make it easier for your family to share everything, from apps to music. The feature is called Family Sharing, and it works across both iOS devices and Macs. Available for consumers... >>


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