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Fingerprint secure banking is here: RBS and NatWest apps start using Apple Touch ID

Fingerprint secure banking is here: RBS and NatWest apps start using Apple Touch ID

By 18 February 2015

Apple Touch ID now lets people use their fingerprint to access UK-based banking apps for RBS and NatWest. The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, owner of RBS and NatWest, claims it is the first UK-based bank to offer fingerprint recognition technology via... >>

This DeLorean iPhone 6 case won't let you time travel but still lights up and more

This DeLorean iPhone 6 case won't let you time travel but still lights up and more

By 17 February 2015

A smartphone case doesn't always have to be about protection. Japanese toy company Bandai has expanded its Crazy Case series to include a Back to the Future: Part II-inspired iPhone 6 case. It's a DeLorean with glowing blue lights, and it's debuting at... >>

As unlikely as it may seem, Apple has its own version of Google Cardboard

As unlikely as it may seem, Apple has its own version of Google Cardboard

By 17 February 2015

It's official: virtual reality headsets are "in". Although every tech company was jumping on the smartwatch bandwagon last year, it appears the new hot item on trend is virtual reality headsets. Oculus VR was among the first in recent years to make such... >>

Apple Watch had health features cut, this isn’t the watch Apple wanted

Apple Watch had health features cut, this isn’t the watch Apple wanted

By 17 February 2015

The Apple Watch will arrive to the excitement of many except, it seems, Apple. According to The Wall Street Journal Apple planned to make a watch with far more health sensors but failed to create it in time. According to the WSJ report Apple wanted to... >>

Zane Lowe leaves BBC for Apple, here are 6 jobs he could be doing

Zane Lowe leaves BBC for Apple, here are 6 jobs he could be doing

By 16 February 2015

Zane Lowe, the BBC Radio 1 DJ has announced that he will leave the BBC in March to join Apple. Lowe, who has been with the BBC for 12 years, currently hosts a number of shows at the station, but is giving all that up to relocate to Cupertino with his... >>

Apple Beats Music-like streaming service: Is it actually happening, and when?

Apple Beats Music-like streaming service: Is it actually happening, and when?

By 14 February 2015

Apple is always working on something new - whether it's a car, watch, or music streaming service. That last bit might confuse you, as the company already has the iTunes Store, iTunes Radio, and iTunes Match, so why would it need to launch another streaming... >>

Apple Pay to support US federal payment cards: Here's how the entire platform works

Apple Pay to support US federal payment cards: Here's how the entire platform works

By 13 February 2015

Alongside the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch at the Flint Center in Cupertino, Apple also showed off Apple Pay. It's similar to Google Wallet in that it tries to replace your physical wallet. Although many rumours and reports have long-talked about an Apple... >>

Watch out Hollywood, now people are making movies shot with an iPhone 6

Watch out Hollywood, now people are making movies shot with an iPhone 6

By 13 February 2015

A 15-minute movie shot entirely on an iPhone 6 has been successfully backed on Kickstarter, giving Hollywood a run for its money.  Romance in NYC was directed and produced by Tristan Pope, who was keen show people what's possible with phone camera... >>

Apple is making FaceTime and iMessage more secure with two-step verification

Apple is making FaceTime and iMessage more secure with two-step verification

By 12 February 2015

Two-step verification is available for iMessage and FaceTime, after coming to iCloud last year. FaceTime is Apple's video call feature available on iOS devices and Macs, where as iMessage is the company's messaging service also available across its devices... >>

Apple Car should have Tesla very worried indeed

Apple Car should have Tesla very worried indeed

By 12 February 2015

Apple may actually be working on its own car. While the idea of the gadget-focused company creating a car might seem a bit of a stretch, the rumours are starting to look more solid. Apple has already been poaching staff from Tesla and just the other... >>