iPhone 8 to Include Larger Display with Virtual Buttons

iPhone 8 to Include Larger Display with Virtual Buttons

February 21, 2017 •

As far back as May 2016, rumors about an edge-to-edge display claim a new iPhone will ditch the bezels and provide a truly immersive full-screen experience. When iPhone 7 lacked these features, as it retained the same two-year-old form factor as iPhone 6, analysts have been rushing to determine credence to the display claims. With Apple rumors, there is often smoke that eventually proves the fire.   Read More ››

Make Better Songs with the New GarageBand Update (iPhone and iPad)

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February 20, 2017 •

Are you a musician who relies on GarageBand on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to create new songs while on the go? Or do you use GarageBand to record podcasts for your business or just run it during impromptu jam sessions with your friends? You’ll want to get the latest update from Apple to take advantage of some new features and an improved user interface design.   Read More ››

Can an EV Be Your Only Car?

Can an EV Be Your Only Car?

February 19, 2017 •

Electric vehicles (EV’s) have a lot of appeal. They’re quiet, quick, and most importantly, cheap to run. So why do they make up an insignificant proportion of new car sales? “Range anxiety” puts many buyers off electric vehicles. New models promise over 200 miles on a charge, making them a better option for those who can only afford one car.   Read More ››

Android Instant Apps: What They Are and How They’ll Work

Android Instant Apps: What They Are and How They'll Work

February 18, 2017 •

Sometimes apps have too many features to justify keeping them on your smartphone or tablet. It would be a shame to forego access to a feature or particular option of an app just because it’s too big. To that end, Android developers are working on a new way to let users run software on their device. This is where Android Instant Apps come in.   Read More ››