Apple has released the iOS 10.3.1 download for all users. This is just a minor update but there are a couple of important fixes that will mean some users must update, particularly those on the iPhone 5 and 5C, two devices that were hit with problems on iOS 10.3. If you haven’t updated to iOS
The Bitcoin vs real money debate has been raging since around 2009. Many people online praise Bitcoin very heavily. It should be noted that there is no reason to think that Bitcoin is less ‘real’ than other types of currency. It is a real currency in its own right. While a lot of people were
If you’re a subscriber to Wrike project management software, you don’t need me to tell you how simple and effective their online productivity tool is. But while you might think that you’re using all of its features, there may be some functions you are not aware of that could further benefit you and your team.
Mobile phones are able to do so much more these days than they were able to do in the past, thanks to huge leaps forward in the technology that powers them, and this means they are used for everything from working to gaming now. A smartphone can be the perfect way to play a game,
The issue of web security and cross-site scripting was back in the media recently, after a blog post by Costin Raiu, the director of the global research & analysis team at Kaspersky Lab, highlighted a potential issue with Adobe Flash Player version 188.8.131.52 and older. Posted on Kaspersky Lab’s official blog, the article suggests that ChromeOS, Linux,
Microsoft has failed its mobile users repeatedly over the last year. First, it released its new and improved apps on the competitive platforms – Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android – without even giving Windows Phone 8.1 users a hint about any new features. Next, it has promised to upgrade most Lumia handsets to the latest
2015 was a tumultuous year in the world of technology. Things we laughed at years ago have become the new standard, and all new types of gadgets have emerged to make us even more confused about what to crave for. Big screen phones and their small screen, wrist-worn counterparts are becoming increasingly craved after, and
Back in 2014, the growth of mobile gaming was so staggering that the experts were confident enough to predict that the medium would become the dominate force in the gaming industry in 2015. Indeed, following a 42% revenue increase to $25 billion between 2013 and 2014, the excitement was certainly justified. As the year rolled