The latest Apple keynote was aired just yesterday, and boy did they have some great surprises in store for their users. We have seen a few updates in their latest event regarding the iPhone SE, a brand new iPad and some changes to the iWatch.
This was an event that no-one wanted to miss, and if you did miss it then don’t worry because I have the full gossip about what Apple has got planned for its users and also what’s about to hit the market very soon!
When Apple first launched the iPhone 6 back in 2014, it’s big aim was the big screen… making the display a lot larger and bigger for the users to enjoy, and let’s be honest there’s not much bigger a phone can get before it needs its own personal bag, and that you can’t fit it into your pocket. Anyway, it’s a very unusual timing for a brand new iPhone to be launched in late March, but apparently it’s all about to be revealed today!
So you know how the government have expressed interest in storing a digital footprint of everyone who has an internet connection? Well, thanks to this little black box, it seems we are one step closer to having our digital information stored for whatever reason. This device can store your social media passwords, grab your emails, siphon through your Dropbox content and construct a very detailed profile of your digital life. All that has to happen is one thing… it has to be close to your phone.
Read on for a more detailed look of what this black box can accomplish, and just how little digital privacy you have…
I am back with another CPU highlight, where I’ll be taking it retro with a game that came free with every IBM computer. It is a very simple, fun, and challenging game where you are a gorilla – hence the name – and you are hurling an explosive banana at another gorilla. The MS DOS 5.0 was released back in 1990 so you can imagine the quality of PC game this could have been.
The controls are actually very simple: when your turn begins you must put in the angle at which you want to throw the banana, followed by the velocity you’d like it to travel at. If that’s not challenging enough for you though, there’s also an option at the beginning of the game to adjust the gravity settings and increase its difficulty.
Unfortunately, without a doxbox you cannot access the original game, but people have graciously recreated this game online, where you can try it absolutely free. Click this link to play it now!
Let me know how you like it. Maybe it could be a game to put into the arcade – you never know!