I swear it was just last week that I started working as a tech journalist. But it wasn’t, and over the years I figure I might have picked up on a thing or two.
Is that a reminder you really need? It seems so, at least according to online reports that purportedly show someone biting into a phone battery “to give it a little nibble”. A dangerous little nibble, really.
The start of the year in Australia is traditionally a less busy one for most offices… including mine. Here’s what I’ve been up to in writing, podcasts, video, radio and more in January 2021.
The original iPad was announced 11 years ago this week. Mine is still in working condition — pretty good condition, all things considered — so…
Apple’s rather iconic iPad is 11 years old as of today — and some of them are still going strong. Well… strong-ish, anyway.
With Samsung reportedly inking deals to sell foldable displays to a range of rival companies, could this be the turning point for foldables?
I’m rather keen to make my next car an electric vehicle, and Google’s just announced updates to Maps that should make it easier to manage range anxiety. If only there were better options in Australia for EVs overall…
It’s all kinds of fascinating looking at what an AI jukebox can do… although it can be rather tragic when you tell an AI to turn its hand to songwriting.
If you’re an Apple fan with lots of gadgets, put some time aside for upgrades to iOS 14.4, iPadOS 14.4, tvOS 14.4, HomePod OS 14.4 and watchOS 7.3. What, did nobody tell the watchOS team that 14.4 was the number of the day?
Plex Arcade adds a bunch of classic Atari games to Plex’s popular media streaming service for a monthly fee. I’m not exactly sure who wants…