It might be the first week of 2021, but there has certainly been no shortage of tech-related stories to dive into. Here we are again with the first Winners and Losers segment of the year.
I’m starting to notice a trend here. January 2020 started out with the threat of World War Three, and things aren’t looking much better at the start of 2021 either. Still, if you had the ability to block out world events (or a decent pair of noise cancelling headphones), then you might have noticed that this has been a rather jam-packed week for tech.
Popular messaging platform WhatsApp owned by Facebook with a userbase of more than 2 billion, in a surprise move, has Read more
WhatsApp has criticized Apple for double-standards, arguing that the new privacy labels third-party apps will need to show should also Read more
The Nokia 3.4 is a low-cost phone sure to appeal to those looking for something they can buy outright without Read more
Epic Games had added Kratos to Fortnite as a purchasable skin from its in-game cosmetic store, acting as one of Read more
Spanish coachbuilder and EV maker Hispano Suiza has announced the arrival of its newest Carmen-based hyper-luxury EV: Carmen Boulogne. From Read more
Here’s everything we know about God of War 5: Ragnarök God of War 5 Ragnarök is not only confirmed, but Read more
Qualcomm has thrown a curveball with the naming of their new flagship chipset. What was expected to be the Snapdragon Read more
Black Friday is always a turbulent time in the world of tech and despite most physical shops being closed, this Read more
The KZ EDX is the company’s latest offering at their very low end. In 2014, KZ started with $5 single Read more
Call of Duty: Warzone launched in March 2020 and has seen over 75 million players since then, making it one Read more
The excuses have been absolutely flying in this week, but now the moment of truth has arrived. Sky Broadband threw Read more