Its been a long time coming, and now its only around the corner, in a few weeks time, the Apple Watch will be available to those who were lucky enough to get on the round of pre-orders.
It was one of the biggest announcements Apple has ever made, not one, but two groundbreaking pieces of technology. A few days after the event itself, here are my thoughts of what was announced.
EE, its a network with those really stupid/annoying adverts. But I have bit the bullet and joined them, and I can honestly say, thus far, I am impressed.
DRM will forever be annoying the genuine consumer of digital products. Some suppliers of digital media have tamed down the restrictions, however others have not, including those within the AudioBook market. AudioBook Converter For Mac helps you enjoy the media you legally purchased in seconds.
Most boys start doing it when they are teenagers. Most men do it every day, with a select few choosing to do it every other. Women also do it, but do it less frequently and talk about it less. I am of course talking about shaving. Being a working man, going to work clean shaven is now more important than going to uni clean-shaven, and as such required some new tech!
Over the past few days thousands of twitter users have campaigned for it, and twitter eventually bowed to the public pressure. The question is, how does this stack up with freedom of speech?
10 Years ago we didn’t depend on it as much, whereas today we cant live without it. Every second of every day we are connected to the Internet, and use it to complete tasks that 10 years ago wouldn’t have been possible to complete on the go, or from the comfort of our own chairs.
When you need to explain how to do something to someone on their computer there are two options. Either you can scream down the phone at them “can you see where it says this…”, or you can use a Clarify tutorial. I find the latter much more stress free!
I don’t know of any other service on the Internet that provides 1TB of free data storage. Flickr since did away with the upload limit, and offered all of its accounts 1TB of data for free, up until now Flickr and I have always been heading in the opposite directions, however now, we are both singing from the same song sheet and heading to our destination together.
With Google Reader being no more in a few days time, is using ‘free’ services provided by the likes of Google a good idea?