The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is on again this year in Las Vegas. It is always fascinating to learn what is new in the world of technology and what trends are popping up and going away. As usual, television sets are getting bigger with better screens, the competition to create […]
Google has been stepping up its game over the last few years with its Google Maps app. Compared to Apple’s Map app, it is a clear winner. However, what does Google do better than it is competitors? Goggle’s skill lies in the details put into Google Maps.
Quantum computing is coming, but how to get it on to your desktop and working in your everyday life is still a while away. What has been a problem is getting the quantum chips working in conjunction with the classical chips. Something that the University of New South Wales (UNSW) […]
Now that net neutrality has is repealed, what does that mean for the internet as it is? Well, that is not an easy question to answer as there’s not much information coming from the government or the ISPs about what happens next. There are many thoughts on what ISPs like […]
IBM has officially announced the next stage in their advanced cloud service, one that is based on a record breaking 20 qubit quantum machine, 15 qubits beyond their past incarnation. The quantum computer cloud was already quite a leap in technology, offering 5 qubits for consumers for free. Now that […]
Yesterday’s Apple event brought with it three major announcements from its mobile smartphone flagship: the iPhone 8, the iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X, an innovative new version of the best seller that opts for a new design that sets it apart from its predecessors. The iPhone 8 and […]
Apple has announced a refresh to its iMac desktops, MacBooks and MacBook Pro lines. A new and powerful iMac Pro is in the works for release this December. iOS 11 and watchOS 4 updates have been announced along with macOS High Sierra’s release. The iPad Pro is to available in […]