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Apple is disabling Safari’s Do Not Track feature

Why disabling Safari’s Do Not Track feature is the right thing to do Apple introduced support for Do Not Track (DNT) in iOS 7 but removed the feature in Safari 12.1. The problem with DNT is that the signal it sends to websites, analytics firms, plug-in makers, and ad networks is a voluntary request and [...]

February 10th, 2019|

AMD’s Last Gen Processors could cost the company millions

While AMD may be on an all time high with their Ryzen CPU's, almost making up for the years of little to no development. AMD may be facing a class action law suit for their previous generation processors. The claim encompasses both their Bulldozer and Pile-driver generations. According to the class action, AMD misrepresented the [...]

February 5th, 2019|

Advanced Airbags are being designed by Kia and Hyundai

Current Airbag technology helps protect car occupants from serious injury, but it could be improved. Hyundai and Kia are working on bringing new hi-tech multi-collision airbags to vehicles. Authorities state that in 30 per cent of accidents involve more than one impact. This new technology works by readying the airbags not deployed to go off [...]

January 31st, 2019|

Robot Protection – New Tool belts help keep workers safe

Amazon has over 100,000 robots working at its warehouses, this will always pose a safety threat to the good old human workforce. Amazon has recently designed a solution to help keep robot-human relations safe. They call it the Robotic Tech vest. It is simply a tool belt that has a built in computer to enable [...]

January 26th, 2019|

The Prodigal Returns – Apple to reintroduce the iPod

Back in 2016, apple announced that they would no longer be manufacturing the iPod. In the age of do it all smart phones, the iPod no longer had a place in the market. Rumours have it that Apple will introduce an iPhone X styled iPod. According to the rumours the device will include all the [...]

January 24th, 2019|

Windows Mobile – Microsoft finally pulling the plug on Windows 10 mobile.

After just a few years in the mobile business, and less than stellar sales performance, Microsoft officially announced the end of support for Windows mobile. The Windows 10 mobile support page lists December 10 2019 as the platforms final day. In Addition Microsoft has stated that current users should move to Android or iOS. Windows [...]

January 22nd, 2019|

Poorly Designed – Has Apple’s design division lost their minds?

Remember that one time a few years ago, Apple released that hideous battery case? Yeah, I thought so. It was poorly designed, had terrible functionality and had a tiny battery that could only charge the phone once. Well the design team at Apple is back at it again with their latest iteration. With absolutely no [...]

January 17th, 2019|

Apple’s Pricing Problem – Is Apple’s shine wearing off?

Apple has always been considered a Premium brand and their pricing scheme reflects this. Apples pricing problem has only become worse now that they are selling $2500 Phones, $10000 Laptops and $20000 Desktops. For a period of time, people were willing to pay top dollar for a piece of premium technology from a brand they [...]

January 16th, 2019|

Windows 7 – The end of the Road

In just one year from today, Microsoft will official stop supporting their most loved OS, Windows 7. Starting Jan. 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer support Windows 7, meaning no more updates or security fixes. Microsoft's push towards Windows 10 only certified 7's death. Windows 7 will always hold a special place in Geek's hearts [...]

January 15th, 2019|