The entire Apple Watch series 7 launch feels rushed, screwed up and verging on deceptive…

Yikes. Apple did not have many stainless steel or titanium models available for launch, especially in the UK. The first date I was offered (1 minute into the store opening) was in November, regardless of playing with options. There’s a couple of people on macrumors who got launch day, but they don’t seem to be […]

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Content overload

After spending the past 18 months working from home I have noticed that my digital content consumption has increased dramatically. I haven’t wanted any TV series and only a couple of films, but my podcast listening and news reading has reached a worrying level. The need for something (anything!) to be playing in the background […]

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Is 5G worth the battery?

I was quite impressed with the top left number above yesterday as I waited in a queue to buy a coffee. The top right number, however, is concerning and maybe highlights some of the issues trying to use 5G brings with it. When I sat down with my coffee I could not connect on my […]

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Is the future for work e-ink?

Sometimes, 16 shades of gray are enough for productivity workloads. This month Onyx International began to sell one of the industry’s first 13.3-inch E Ink monitors that can be used as an external display for laptops. The company is also prepping a 25-inch E Ink monitor for desktop PCs… More here. I could see this […]

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Project Fear

Boris Johnson has given the go-ahead to ministers to relax UK immigration rules to allow more foreign truck drivers into the country to ease shortages at petrol stations and wider economic disruption. One person close to the situation said the prime minister had issued instructions to fix the escalating problem. “Boris wants this solved,” he […]

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Who needs folders?

Garland thought it would be an easy fix. She asked each student where they’d saved their project. Could they be on the desktop? Perhaps in the shared drive? But over and over, she was met with confusion. “What are you talking about?” multiple students inquired. Not only did they not know where their files were […]

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