A year ago today, on June 29th 2007, the iPhone hit stores for the first time. The device lacked 3G connectivity, its battery struggled to last a day, and its camera resolution was just two megapixels. It was no surprise that the expectations of the handset were pretty low, but now 10 years on we can see how the iPhone, as well as other smartphones that followed, has changed the world in a way that few gadgets have done before.
Monthly Archives : June 2017
The European Commission have fined Google a huge 2.42bn euros for abusing its power and promoting its own shopping comparison service at the top of search results.
Considering we manage the majority of our life online, including banking, shopping and even relationships, it is a confusing aspect to think that our voting system remains distinctly analogue.
When the British Airway’s computer system failure threw the travel plans of 75,000 passengers into chaos last week, we were presented with another example of the disruption thrust onto our lives when complex computer systems fail.
Lack of self-confidence is something that almost everyone has suffered from at some time, if not regularly. It can cause a person to miss out on many opportunities, leaving them less happy and satisfied with their daily work achievements.