Apple launches iMessage deactivation tool

Apple makes moving to Android easier

Published on November 12th, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

iMessage launched as part of iOS 5, and with it came an annoying bug for users who later swapped to Android only to find their text messages stuck in limbo. The problem stems from the way ... Read More


In-Car Wi-Fi is a lot of hot air

In-car Wi-Fi is a lot of hot air

Published on September 30th, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

The world might be ready for in-car Wi-Fi, but I’m convinced we don’t need it. Not everyone agrees with me, of course, which is why in-car connectivity has become something of a buzzword. It’s being pushed ... Read More

New apps

Reddit launches free Ask Me Anything app for iPhone

Reddit launches Ask Me Anything app for iPhone

Published on September 3rd, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

Ask Me Anything (AMA) interviews are a popular way for famous or interesting people to give back to the community and answer any question on a given topic. From bestselling authors and world-class athletes, all the way to ... Read More



WhatsApp hits 600 million active users

Published on August 25th, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

WhatsApp continues to go from strength to strength. Back in April this year we reported that the popular mobile messaging app had reached half a million active users. Four months on, another 100,000,000 have been added ... Read More

New apps

Better manage your time with Timeful, free iOS app

Timeful: Taking time management to the next level

Published on August 11th, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

The term ‘machine learning’ gets banded about a lot these days. But could it be used to better optimise your busy schedule? The development team behind Timeful certainly think so. Timeful is a free iOS app that ... Read More


The Walking Dead launches on Android

The Walking Dead Season 2 free on iOS

Published on August 3rd, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

The Walking Dead Season 2 is IGN’s mobile game of the month. To celebrate, development studio Telltale Games is offering the second season instalment of its popular episodic zombie adventure as a free download for a ... Read More


Hilton replaces room keys with a new mobile app

Your phone will soon replace hotel room keys

Published on August 1st, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

Change is afoot in the hotel industry, and Hilton is leading the charge. Rather than physical hotel keys, the Hilton will soon let customers use a smartphone or tablet to access their room. It’s not yet clear whether ... Read More

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