Disney+ is looming over the streaming industry, like the star destroyer in the opening scene of Star Wars: A New Hope. The House of Mouse’s streaming platform is due to be launched in November 2019 and, there’s no doubt, it will change the streaming landscape. Recently, Disney has been on a buying spree, purchasing Lucas … Continue reading Disney+ Will Succeed… Probably.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 is hugely successful. It’s currently running on 800 million devices worldwide; on laptops, desktops, and everything in between. Despite this, it seems as if Microsoft is transitioning away from Windows and instead focusing on services and enterprise. The question is, as Windows becomes less of a priority for Microsoft, and their services … Continue reading Could Microsoft Transition Windows to Linux?
We need more choice than just Android and iOS. It’s become apparent that having only two “phone” operating systems is becoming a problem. Android, the Google-backed OS, has become the only option for many handset makers, giving Google too much control of the phone OS market. That’s become even more obvious since Huawei had their … Continue reading Huawei’s Predicament Underlines the Need for a Third Mobile OS
When you think of the greatest TV chefs today, who do you think of? Jamie Oliver? Gordon Ramsey? Sure, these are established names launched into the public consciousness by successful careers both in the kitchen and on TV, but what if I told you there was a new guard of food personalities arriving. Step in … Continue reading Bon Appétit’s Latest YouTube Series ‘Making Perfect’ shines.
The BBC and ITV already have a service called Britbox in the US, which allows you to watch shows from a few different British broadcasters easily in the United States, where British TV can be hard to come by. Now the two broadcasters have decided to bring this service to the UK. It’s i not … Continue reading Britbox. Why?
Note: I started writing this as a list of all the things that Facebook has done wrong in 2018. It was a pretty bleak list (and quite honestly the Guardian has put together a better list than I could have) so I changed tack. Now it’s more of justification of why I’m on still on … Continue reading Why Am I Still Using Facebook?
Apple has an extensive history of giving keynote addresses, some of which are historical milestones, from the reveal of the Mac in 1984 to the incredibly important moment Steve Jobs revealed the iPhone in 2007. It’s fair to say, Apple has had some of the most important powerpoint (or more likely Apple Keynote) presentations ever. … Continue reading The September 2018 Apple Special Event Keynote Review