When Apple launched its iTunes U app in 2012, it no doubt had dollar signs in mind. Though the app is free to download, it changes the limits of learning online. Teachers can benefit from functionality that makes it easy to create and edit courses from mobile devices like the iPad. Students benefit as well, especially postgraduate students. Read More →
Computer aided design (CAD) software assists users in relation to modifying, analyzing or creating a design. As the name suggests, CAD relies on computer software to increase the efficiency, productivity and design capabilities of those that use it and allows relatively inexperienced professionals to carry out design tasks to a very high standard. Read More →
The Apple iPhone now commands global appreciation, having grown a loyal brand following over the past seven years. With that being said, the threat from Google’s Android platform still remains which is why the iPhone 6 has witnessed a major overhaul that has taken its latest device to a whole new level of excellence. The ingenuity of its new design and structure has dispelled the notion of the iPhone being a plaything for the younger generation. Read More →
Less than two decades ago few had heard of the internet, let alone phrases such as ‘broadband’ and ‘fibre optics’ which are now etched into our everyday lives. Such is our reliance on high speed internet that it is a feature of our home and work lives that we have come to expect and, when from time to time the transition between web pages is slow or films and music seem to take an age to download, we pour scorn on the quality of our computer or connection. If your broadband connection is sluggish, there are several quick-fixes you can try before you call your Internet Service Provider for support. Read More →
While Electronic Arts’ FIFA series are by far the most popular games on the market, the company has once again produced a sensational product that will be sure to delight gaming fans across the globe. The upcoming release of FIFA 15 features some impressive new features that follow Electronic Arts’ determination to deliver a game that is worthy of the series. From stadiums, fan noise, referee behavior and transfers, the latest FIFA game has given fans a taster of what to expect in September when the game hits the shops. Read More →
Although Mac users pride themselves on the fact that most virus headline news stories are of little concern to them, the recent Heartbleed Bug that affected Open SSL systems worldwide has been something of a wakeup call.
Bad code in the form of missing validation steps meant the bug affected both Mac computers and iOS devices meaning the whole range was potentially vulnerable to exploitation.
An iOS 7.0.6 update was issued for iPhone and iPad users and a critical OS X 10.9.2 update patch has been made available for Mac computers. Read More →
The smart phone era has given rise to countless businesses, and caused many more to use Darwin’s theory of adaptation to ensure survival. One of the biggest benefactors of the smart phone revolution has been the betting industry, which has taken every opportunity to dive into the mobile market. Read More →
Businesses of all sizes use webinars to present a new idea, product or service or to update the business’s brand. So many users expect a webinar training or presentation as part of the buying decision process that unprepared businesses appear stodgy and slow-moving. In a recent comparison of available webinar programs, Read More →