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  • Oh sod it!

    13 April 2015, 4:14 pm by: Shaun McGill

    “Thinking of my friend not writing his blog makes me know that I won’t be thinking of him as often. Of course this is why we join sites like FaceBook, and this is why we have so many other communication tools. It all goes by so fast, and someone who is in…
  • Lost In Mobile to close on 18th April

    12 April 2015, 6:55 am by: Shaun McGill

    It's been a good run, but the time has come to finally close LIM. As you will be aware, the content has dropped significantly in recent weeks and this has been due to workloads elsewhere and a continual problem finding mobile news that I consider worthy of…
  • Apple Watch: a decent overview

    8 April 2015, 10:46 am by: Shaun McGill

    An excellent overview of the Apple Watch by The Verge. A device you probably do not need.
  • Not the size - it's just bug ridden

    26 March 2015, 2:27 pm by: Shaun McGill

    Sick of my 6 Plus, not the size - it's just bug ridden. Safari - links don't work sometimes in landscape view. Battery life has crashed since 8.2 All my videos (itunes copied ones) keep disappearing from the iPhone. Seriously considering trading it in for…
  • The iPhone 6 Plus was just too big

    21 March 2015, 8:28 am by: Shaun McGill

    My experiment with the iPhone 6 Plus lasted for just over 3 months and that was a surprise to me. Initially I was extremely impressed with the phone and found that the extra size did not bother me. The more impressive battery performance stood out and so did…
  • Urwerk UR-1001 Zeit Machine

    18 March 2015, 5:12 pm by: Shaun McGill

    Why yes, that is the Urwerk UR-1001 Zeit Machine (Device) pocket watch strapped to my wrist - glad you noticed. No, I didn't succumb to some strange Schwarzeneggerian large watch obsession and enter a path of no return whereby big pocket watches look better…
  • Should Microsoft surrender?

    18 March 2015, 1:44 pm by: Shaun McGill

    I'm not sure what the landscape would have to look like for Microsoft to completely turn its back on mobile, but at some point the development and maintenance of the platform (even when it's more or less a repackaged version of desktop Windows) could…
  • Shitphone: A love story

    14 March 2015, 5:44 am by: Shaun McGill

    And so the same stubborn retail-limbic response that prevented me from avoiding this mess in the first place — by buying an AppleCare insurance plan — activated once more, and I placed an order I had been thinking about for months: One BLU Advance 4.0…
  • Microsoft SPOT: a smart watch from a decade ago

    12 March 2015, 8:51 am by: Shaun McGill

    Hadn't heard of these at all! Kind of amazing given it was ten years ago! Must have been interesting designing the watchfaces for it. KirkI am surprised at how functional this watch looks considering when it was made. More here.
  • Apple Engineer Talks about the New 2015 Macbook

    12 March 2015, 5:51 am by: Shaun McGill

    Brilliant.
  • Feeling the terror

    11 March 2015, 2:37 pm by: Shaun McGill

    The launch of the Apple Watch heralds the arrival of stage two for the smartwatch. This time, however, I think it’s true both that we have good reasons to raise a few alarms and that in time they will come to be seen as perfectly harmless. That the…
  • Are you ‘over-connected’?

    11 March 2015, 2:34 pm by: Shaun McGill

    Wander the city in 2015 and all you’ll see is people staring at screens or talking on handsets. Is it changing who we are? Tom Chatfield weighs up the arguments.A group of people wait by a monument, unaware of each other’s existence. A woman strides…
  • An Ice Age Is Coming for Swiss Watches

    10 March 2015, 2:59 pm by: Shaun McGill

    Apple Inc. may soon sell as many timepieces as all of Switzerland, threatening the country’s four-century-old industry, the co-inventor of the Swatch predicted.The Apple Watch may reach sales of 20 million to 30 million units annually in the first few years,…
  • The new MacBook octopus

    10 March 2015, 3:41 am by: Shaun McGill

    Marques does a very good job of highlighting the compromises in the new MacBook with this video. If you need more, the MacBook Air is still alive and well.
  • The Apple event

    9 March 2015, 5:37 pm by: Shaun McGill

    The first thing to remember about today's Apple event is that it was not supposed to be a blockbuster show that was designed to surprise us with incredible innovation and wonderful new products. At least I hope it wasn't.I came away from the live stream…
  • When you lose control

    8 March 2015, 1:32 pm by: Shaun McGill

    Children growing up is no easy task for any parent. When they are young, they tend to be with you all of the time or you always know where they are and who they are talking to. It's a wonderful time to look back on, but it soon comes to a close and you start…
  • iPhone batteries: some things never change

    8 March 2015, 5:53 am by: Shaun McGill

    Over the past week something strange happened in the UK, the sun came out. This naturally will lead many of us to be out of the house more often and for longer periods of time, and thus push our phone batteries more.With this in mind I charged my iPhone 6 Plus…
  • How do the Galaxy Edges change your buying preferences? (Results)

    6 March 2015, 1:06 pm by: Shaun McGill

    You are more likely to consider a Samsung Galaxy nowNo- 76%Yes- 23%Not sure- 1%You are less likely to consider a Samsung Galaxy now due to lack of expansion and removable battery.No- 52%Yes- 43%Not sure- 5%You are more likely to consider an iPhone now.No-…
  • Why we should design things to be difficult to use

    6 March 2015, 1:00 pm by: Shaun McGill

    I love my camera. I love it even though I took terrible pictures with it for a month. I love it even though I have to adjust the aperture, worry about depth of field and annoy my family while I twiddle with its metal knobs. I love it because it makes me think:…
  • European regulators have dropped plans to ban roaming charges...

    5 March 2015, 10:56 am by: Shaun McGill

    European regulators have dropped plans to ban roaming charges and have proposed net neutrality rules allowing privileged access in some cases.They called for an "intermediate step" that would still allow carriers to charge more to use mobiles abroad.And net…

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