Technology - Today’s News
“By forcing us to use our ‘real’ names, it opens the door to abuse and violence.”
“Netflix rhymes with Wet Chicks”.
Günther Oettinger, the EU’s next head of digital economy, has blamed celebrities for the recent nude photo leak.
Technology - Yesterday’s News
The company insisted the gap was a part of the phone’s design and doesn’t affect its “functionality or quality”
If your phone has far too many scrapes and bumps, then it might be worth reassessing how you use it.
The two companies are releasing their own streaming dongles, which aim to capitalise upon the success of Google’s own device.
We’re looking forward to the character development already.
Technology - Tuesday 30 September, 2014
The new version will work on all platforms including desktop, tablet, smartphone and Xbox, and combines elements from Windows 7 and 8.
Engineers worked to fix the problem, said the broadband provider.
The updates are expected to coincide with the launch of Apple Pay, Watch and the possible release of a new iPad.
But the company says the problem only came from customers trying to cash in on multiple discount vouchers.
The online marketplace and payments giant are better apart say their shareholder.
Should you find other similar tools for Mac a little too advanced, Disk App’s minimalist design could be better suited to your needs.
The device, which will be released early next year, will allow users to swap modules while it’s still running.
And it’s a sequel to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.
Technology - Monday 29 September, 2014
It was part of an experiment into the dangers of public WiFi use.
The company unveiled three new devices including the HERO, an entry-level version which costs €125.
Some Apple fans don’t want to wait for the new device.
Nine out of ten Irish adults still watch shows on their TV with live coverage being the most popular reason.
The launch of Atlas, its new ad platform, will allow advertisers to target demographics on desktop, mobile and other sites, but the company says that users’ identities will remain anonymous.
The company’s CEO is headed home less that two weeks after plans to go public (again) are put off.
Technology - Sunday 28 September, 2014
After giving its previous phones a plastic design, Samsung has released its first metal smartphone, but will the Galaxy Alpha bring in new users?
All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.
Once you get past the initial additions, you’ll find a lot of features hidden away in iOS 8.
Technology - Saturday 27 September, 2014
Almost as good as Kit.
That’s some expensive timekeeping.
Featuring a pie-shaped controller, the camera app all professional photographers should have, and a way to find covers of your favourite songs.
There’s a lot to take in, but here are the main points to take away from Apple’s latest flagship device.
#GamerGate erupted on social media in August. But what is it?
Technology - Friday 26 September, 2014
The app turns three today.
This was the week in business.
In fact, there no real difference between using it or a smartphone.
The company also released another update to fix problems experienced with iOS 8.0.1.
Think more crowdfunding, less banking, economists say.
Technology - Thursday 25 September, 2014
We’re going to need 20ccs of drama, STAT.
The company originally planned to release it in time for Christmas, but it ran into software development problems.
The RECamera, which is expected to be announced early next month, will work underwater and be able to capture slow-motion video clips.
The update meant some users were unable to make or receive calls and caused issues with users’ Touch ID feature.