This is a continuation of my previous post, ‘I’ve Fallen out of love with Apple. Let me explain.’ “iCloud Storage is full.” This is the most frustrating notification on an Apple product. It’s a reminder of how little storage Apple gives you as a default — a paltry 5GB. Since the launch of iCloud in … Continue reading iCloud’s Paltry 5GB Free Storage Plan.
I’ve fallen out of love with Apple. Let me explain. We have to go back to my teenage years. My Chemical Romance were at the peak of their popularity, YouTube had just been bought by Google, and the Nintendo Wii was released, catapulting console gaming into the mainstream. At that time Apple were still the … Continue reading I’ve fallen out of love with Apple. Let me Explain.
You’re in the UK and you’ve sat down to watch scrubs, trying to decide whether you want to watch the NOW TV version, which has retained the broadcast rights for the music, or the Amazon Prime Video version, which has the DVD music rights. But you’ve noticed Something else; the NOW TV version seems slightly … Continue reading How US TV is Broadcast in the UK – A Technical Explanation.
Youtube has traditional media in its sights. With TV viewing figures declining and the time people spend on the internet increasing, advertisers are spending more money on new media. With over 1 billion hours of watch time per day, YouTube, the Google-owned video streaming site, is the largest user-generated video content site. It’s expected that … Continue reading YouTube’s Big Ambitions
It’s time I stop taking technology for granted. I came to this realisation after blowing the mind of a Tesco shop assistant by paying for my avocados (I’ll never be able to afford a mortgage) with an apple watch. “Technology is amazing, I had no idea you could do that”, she confessed to me. I … Continue reading I Take Technology for Granted