Entering the 21st century shouldn't be so difficult.
Technology is moving faster than ever. For those of you who don't either work in the tech industry or have a vested interest, it can be overwhelming. Here I attempt to simplify modern concepts of technology that can be stressful or confusing to most, and address more advanced issues and common misconceptions sprouted in the tech industry. And if you need a drone photographer, check out my Portfolio - I'm available for hire.
There's an phenomonally consistent school of thought shared amongst the distinctly 'Tech-savvy cultist' community of today, notably IT professionals: That Apple is the overly-simplistic devil of all tech. Whew boy, is this going to get me some hate.
I was one of the lucky few able to get my iPhone X on launch day within Australia on November 3rd. These are my thoughts after 3 weeks.
Apple's latest keynote event was held yesterday morning in the new Steve Jobs theatre; a fitting futuristic memorial to the controversial visionary that brought us the original iPhone 10 years ago. That invention ten years ago initiated a tectonic shift into the way humanity operates in the modern era, and ushered in a new age of business, unparalleled technological development and western consumerism. Understandably there was a bit of pressure, from consumers and pundits alike, to adequately recognise this feat when it came to the new iPhone X (pronounced iPhone Ten), Apple's new 'future of smartphones' smartphone. Let's discuss.
The much-awaited Galaxy Note 8 is finally here. With a pre-order date of 5th September, and an official launch date of 22nd September, consumers will be scrambling to get their hands on the latest flagship in Samsung's lineup - despite being the successor to the DIY hand grenade that was the Note 7. And it's epic.