Tag: year

  • Fast Charge: 2023 has been a great year for smartphone tech

    OPINION: 2023 has been a great year in the smartphone space with a flurry of innovations that push the market forward and deliver new and interesting features for consumers – and 2024 is gearing up to be much the same.  But before we delve head-first into a new year of tech in 2024, let’s first…

  • Garmin Venu 2 Plus is now a bargain buy before New Year

    If you want to set some new fitness goals in 2024 but need a new smartwatch to help you meet them, look no further than Amazon’s incredible Garmin deal. Right now you can get the sleek Garmin Venu 2 Plus for its lowest price yet at just £279. That’s one heck of a bargain when…

  • My Deezer Year 2023 crashes the Spotify Wrapped party

    With streamers eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Spotify Wrapped and Apple Music Replay year-end round-ups, Deezer has also delivered the goods for subscribers. The music streaming service has launched the My Deezer Year feature, offering insight into members’ annual listening habits, new music discovered, and loads more. Get the Pixel 8 on a 250GB…

  • 2024 could be the year of the iPad

    Apple is preparing a bounty of big iPad updates for 2024, which will make up for the complete absence of new hardware in 2023, according to one in-the-know analyst. The often-reliable Ming-Chi Kuo reckons Apple isn’t just planning the long awaited iPad Pro with OLED display technology, but also an iPad Air with the largest…

  • A mid-range Samsung foldable phone could arrive next year

    Samsung is planning to expand its foldable phone range in 2024, which could open the form factor up to millions more consumers. According to a new report from TrendForce, the company plans to launch a more affordable Galaxy Fold or Flip phone with mid-range specs. Almost £100 off Sage the Barista bean to cup coffee…

  • 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…