When the history books are written about 2020, they won’t be kind. Coronavirus will undoubtedly take most of the headlines, alongside ham-fisted governmental attempts at controlling it – and the lasting consequences of those actions. Ho...Read More
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When the history books are written about 2020, they’ll undoubtedly focus on Covid-19, the huge loss of life and the lockdowns imposed by panicking politicians around the world. What the history books won’t talk about is climate change, ...Read More
For a number of years, it felt as though smartphone camera design had plateaued. Pixel numbers were increasing, but the benefits to consumers were becoming increasingly marginal. In the last couple of years, there’s been more tangible cha...Read More
If you’ve ever received an unsolicited spam email claiming to be from a service provider or reputable business, you’ve experienced an attempted smishing campaign. Historically, email was used to distribute bulk messages that attempt to ...Read More
In recent years, there’s been a degree of stagnation in smartphone evolution. Screens range from OLED to AMOLED, Full HD to Ultra HD, 4K to QHD. Yet they’re all equally adept at making app content and photos appear bright and sharp on-s...Read More
Today, the word blackberry is most commonly associated with bowls of muesli, or berry farms where you can spend a few hours picking fresh fruit. Yet things were very different a decade ago. Back then, the concept of a mobile phone being abl...Read More
It’s fair to say that the rollout of 5G hasn’t been a huge success. Network operators have effectively been hobbled by Ofcom only auctioning off part of the 3.4GHz spectrum. This has been caused by legal action from O2, which prevented ...Read More
It’s been 150 years since engineers first developed a system for allowing electronic devices to output sound to a pair of headphones via a plug-in lead. Developed in the 1870s for switchboard operators in the fledgling telephone network, ...Read More
It’s fair to say apps are big business nowadays. The global app market is expected to generate three billion dollars in revenue during 2020, with two thirds of the world’s population now in possession of a mobile phone. And while a sign...Read More
The Noughties was a time of seismic social and technological change. It brought broadband into our homes, heralded public adoption of WiFi, saw the creation and emergence of social media, and established email as arguably the communication ...Read More