As a business owner you’re often the last to take a holiday. There is always so much to do, and then if your staff are away, you need to fill in – and of course, it can feel as though everything will come crashing down if you are not there to steer the sh
Having already founded and exited customer data analytics scaleup Qubit, Daniel Shellard is now bringing boutique gym workouts to people’s homes with his new training app
Along with better augmented reality graphics and face-ID on the upgraded iPad Pro, Apple’s latest event sees a thinner MacBook Air and updated Mac mini introduced. And that’s not it – Apple has turned green
Tech juggernauts like Google and Microsoft brought out the big guns this month. And they’re no doubt getting consumers’ Black Friday wish lists started already
Everyone uses email. Yet the advent of instant messaging apps and other forms of communications begs the question of how long it will remain relevant
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First came online dating, then dating apps and now niche dating apps are rising in popularity to help singles find their match. So it begs the question, will these themed upstarts steal market share from the more generic but giant counterparts?
The new Pixel 3, Pixel 3XL, Pixel Slate, Home Hub and Chromecast have been announced at the Google Pixel event