Do you want to use your Windows Phone under OS X 10.11 El Capitan? Luckily there is a third party fix.
I had a short-lived experience using anti-virus on my Mac. Why don’t I use it anymore?
A few months ago I picked up an original Pebble watch, but is it really a smartwatch?
If you have a Windows Phone, do not upgrade to OS X 10.11 El Capitan.
Released in early 2015 – I take a look at the budget conscious Microsoft Lumia 435.
I have a long reputation of using a Mophie Juice Pack on my iPhone and review them frequently. But why do I love them?
Quake spawned a new era of first person shooters. I take a look at the TenebraeQuake front end for Mac OS X, which also enhances the graphics.
Since the dawn of Mac OS X, there have been major and minor versions.
El Capitan is the twelth revision of Mac OS X. I give my first impressions of it.
It’s launch day, and I take a quick look at iOS 9 on an iPhone 5.
iOS 8 introduced yet another smart idea, called Medical ID, creating a quick access medical card for emergencies.
Games consoles have been a huge part of our culture since the 1970s – but in 2000 Sony took it to a new level with the PlayStation 2.
Like it or not, it appears there will be no new coloured iPhone range.
Chromebooks are the latest buzz in the tech world, so I take a look at Chromium OS, the open-source version of ChromeOS that you can install on your own hardware.
It would appear Apple have finally turned off Push Notifications for iPhone OS 3.
I have been singing the praises of whited00r for a long time – but it’s importance is greater than ever now.
BeOS might be no more, but I take a look at its modern day sibling.
I take a look at the lightweight and thin Mophie Juice Pack Helium for the iPhone 5 and 5s.
I take a look at the tile-based mobile platform from Microsoft. How does it compare to other mobile operating systems?
The smartphone world might be dominated by Apple and Google devices, but Microsoft are making great progress with their Windows Phone platform. I check out the Nokia Lumia 620.
The digital age means we live in a world of instant notifications for just about everything. But is it getting too much?
This year’s WWDC event saw some great news for iPhone 4s owners.
Apple might be producing larger and larger iPhones, but some people still hanker after a mini handset.
In 2010, Sony Ericsson introduced a range of tiny Android handsets to a market that was used to giant beasts. I take a look back at the X10 Mini & X10 Mini Pro.
Push notifications are a brilliant addition to the iPhone – but do they still work on OS 3 for you?
It’s tiny, it’s awesome, and it clips to your clothes. I take a look back at the second generation (2G) iPod shuffle.
Microsoft are currently offering their forthcoming new Mac office suite as a free beta download. I check it out.
I have had my Pebble for a few weeks now, and I reflect on some of its best features.
Could Apple be about to make one of the biggest changes in iPhone design since its launch in 2007?
Grab an iPhone, a Pebble, and some earphones, and you have a fantastic handsfree setup.