Category: News

  • ChromeOS Flex might finally come to the most obvious place

    ChromeOS Flex launched back in 2022 to revitalise your old Mac and PC devices with a lightweight operating system. But, why not old ChromeOS machines? It may come soon. If you’ve got an old PC or Mac lying around, with it starting to gather dust a long time ago because it had just gotten too…

  • OnePlus Open promises to reset the foldable conversation

    OnePlus has finally announced its much rumoured full-sized foldable phone, the OnePlus Open. The Oppo-owned brand is describing its foldable debut as “a true replacement for single-display flagship phablets” in a way that previous foldables haven’t managed to achieve. It’s aiming to do so in two key ways: with a relatively slim and light design,…

  • Apple AirTag 2 could be delayed to 2025

    The Apple AirTag 2 may be delayed to 2025, according to a new tip. Analyst and trusted source of Apple rumours Ming-Chi Kuo has taken to X, formerly Twitter, to make highlight some interesting claims about Apple’s follow-up to the original AirTag. According to Kuo, Apple’s second-gen item tracker may not enter mass production until…

  • Netflix hikes its prices yet again

    Netflix has hiked up the prices of some of its tiers once again in several key markets, including the UK and the US. The streaming giant has just posted its third quarter earnings results, and they’ve come accompanied by the unwelcome news of yet another price bump in the US, the UK, and France. Starting…

  • Apple may launch a new Mini LED iMac, but you'll have to wait

    The first iMac with Apple’s M1 chip was an impressive device, offering a colourful desktop all-in-one for families and students alike. But, it does lack some oomph. That may come in the form of a high-end iMac that is rumoured to debut in 2025. Apple’s all-in-one desktop range has lacked a powerful option since the…

  • EE rebrands and expands with brand new service and TV platform

    EE, the UK’s biggest mobile network, has rebranded and expanded with a new platform and a fresh focus on online services. In this ‘New EE’, as the BT-owned company is phrasing it, the company’s existing mobile network offerings will form only part of the package. These will still be on offer, but will live alongside…

  • X tests charging new users $1 a year for full access

    X, the company that used to be known as Twitter, is testing out a new payment structure that will charge new users $1 a year, with the enthusiastic backing of owner and CEO Elon Musk. Any new users signing up to X in New Zealand and the Philippines through the X website will be required…

  • Chrome will soon correct your URL typos on iOS and Android

    Google is rolling out a handy feature in its Chrome web browser that will pick up on typos and suggest web pages when you mis-type a URL. We’ve all been in that annoying situation where we type out a lengthy web address on our phones, only to miss out or insert an incorrect letter. The…

  • Nvidia gives GeForce Now an unwelcome price hike

    Nvidia has confirmed that it will be upping the cost for GeForce Now in both Europe and Canada, making it even more expensive to stream PC games via the cloud.  From 1st November 2023, it will cost £19.99 for a 1-month subscription to GeForce Now Ultimate (up from £17.99) and £99.99 for a 6-month subscription…

  • Apple's new Pencil fixes a major issue, but don't expect loads of new features

    Apple has just announced a new Apple Pencil with a hidden USB-C port positioned behind a sliding cap. While rumours had suggested new versions of the iPad, iPad Air and iPad Mini might be arriving this week, instead Apple has taken the wraps of a new Pencil. This isn’t a ‘Pro’ version or an update…