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We’ve already got one “must see” tech-themed movie coming up this year with the Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs biopic, but Hollywood’s not done when it come to giving technology the big screen treatment. In a deal reported to be worth close… Read more ›

Apple’s quarterly earnings call is set to take place later today, but one set of figures we’re not expecting to get are the initial Apple Watch sales, which Apple has already acknowledged will be hidden in the “other products” category… Read more ›

Canadian singer-songwriter and musician turned high-fidelity music spokesman, Neil Young, announced that he’s fed up with music streaming service. Sure, there’s a lot less money in streaming than selling albums, but Young revealed to fans that he’s pulling his albums… Read more ›

Apple Watch will now control Hulu from your wrist

There are two kinds of people in this world, those that want to watch television on their wrist, and those that don’t. I fall into the first camp, so you can imagine my disappointment when I heard that while the… Read more ›

If you use the internet (we’ll go ahead and assume you do), you’re inevitably vulnerable to all sorts of sneaky advertisers and downright thieves trying to take your data, your money, even your identity. We all hate thieves (again, let’s just assume… Read more ›

Apple Pay today makes its debut in the United Kingdom, nine months after it launched in the U.S., and it has been greeted by plenty of support from local banks. Those with a supported device can register their credit and… Read more ›

As you may have heard, Apple released the public beta for OS X El Capitan yesterday. Since I tend to ignore the risks of beta software in favor of all the new features, I downloaded it on my mid-2011 MacBook Air.… Read more ›

Apple Music to face new competition from Facebook

Spotify and Apple Music are now the two major players in the battle for music streaming supremacy, but if Facebook has its way the world’s most popular social network may also become the best place to discover and listen to… Read more ›

Hub hotel has smart rooms you run from your wrist

I typically look for two things in a hotel room: Internet included with the room and free breakfast. But a new hotel in London’s Covent Gardens might have me adding some things to that list. The recently opened Hub hotel… Read more ›

Finally, a boot camp where you’re encouraged to get your head in the clouds…er, the cloud. If you’re trying to establish any kind of cloud-based service, for yourself or a client, Amazon’s Web Services takes away the massive problem of actually… Read more ›