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Watch Those Updates! iOS Causes Heartache For Some

As you would agree, many of us share a love hate relationship with our mobile phones these days. Given the available power in mobile phones these days, they’ve become our computers on the road, extending the tasks to more than just calls and text with many of us …

Apple acknowledges a few faults

Tech giant Apple has been going through a rough patch in the last couple of months with some of it’s product range, with 2 recall programs in place…but now they have come to attention for a bug of a different kind. The bug which seems to be troubling …

More streaming music services fall

The digital music streaming market can be a hard one to make a cut out of, we’ve seen the downfall of multiple contenders within the last few years…even though the technology for it is less than a decade old and the providers in some cases less than 7 …

Google maps changes allow food photos

Google has been making some extensive changes to it’s Maps platform along with new features for it’s apps that run on Apple’s iOS and Google’s own Android OS. Along with one of the changes that has made global attention, is a feature that will allow Food photography to …

TechWrap Podcast – Episode 3

This week Trent & Will talk about: iOS9/OSX Public Beta Testing Program Some beta testing in progress on the Android platform The company Hacking Team getting hacked themselves Legit making streaming services easy IBM CPU nano technology Plus Quick Headlines!  

Apple Watch release confirmed

In the first earnings report from Apple from 2015, Tim Cook the companies CEO addressed the audience to share profits and the news that everybody wanted to hear. Confirmation was made at the event that the company has paved the plans to release the Apple Watch during the month …

The truth on reported Apple iOS vulnerabilities

In the few days clear documented vulnerabilities have been detected with the popular iOS operating system which runs on iPhone’s and iPad’s, but unfortunately due to the stories being reported by newspaper outlets…they have become more of a click and bait style article providing little detail on how this …

Microsoft tightens portable dominance

In a move which has surprised many followers of the software giant Microsoft, the company has announced today that the suite of Office apps for iOS (Word/Excel/Powerpoint/OneNote) and a preview edition for Android will be available completely free to use for any user from today. The applications have …

Weekly Tech Chat Roundup W/C 03/11/14

A selection of this week’s radio conversations from across the country. If you are keen on the idea of a tech chat for your radio show, drop me a line and we can get something happening.