Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) has began to proliferate in consumer tech. We’re starting to see how the technology can be used to enhance our lives – well, the lives of marketeers at the very least. Simply: BLE is efficient, cheap, smart and already compatible with millions of devices. This makes it particularly good for transmitting […]
iOS 7 is the biggest update to iOS since it launched. A new beautiful User Interface has been developed, with updates to core Apple apps and newly design icons. It incorporates some powerful new features to make the experience as seamless as possible, including an all new control centre, AirDrop, big updates to notification centre, […]
Apple’s first hardware specific event since October last year has been and gone like a fevered dream. With it we have seen big changes to Apple’s tick-tock release strategy: two new iPhone models, a discontinuation of last years’ flagship model, and the dock connector remains to live another day. The event held in Apple’s on […]
The ability to theme Android is often touted as a reasonable argument against iOS. We often hear It’s too ‘restrictive’ or “I want to be able to do what I want to do” granted I hear this from friends who are technically savvy and like to tinker with their devices.
10 months ago I posted some thoughts on the state of AirPlay optimised apps. In the article I discussed AirPlay and questioned why more developers were not utilising the opportunity AirPlay offers. I had expected by 2013 we’d see more and more apps optimised for AirPlay mirroring; and yet that has not happened. In fact […]