Author David Glance


Curious case of the banned Russian hacker

As one of his parting acts as US president, Barack Obama retaliated against alleged Russian interference in the recent American election by expelling 35 Russian government officials from the US and placing sanctions on Russian


Looking back at 10 years of iPhone

It is 10 years this week since Steve Jobs walked onto a stage and said, “Every once in a while, a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything.” He was referring to the iPhone, launched

David Glance

Why Snap won’t crackle and pop

Snap, the parent company of Snapchat is looking to go public with an initial public offering in March 2017. Snap has filed its intentions secretly with the US Securities and Exchange Commission

David Glance

Samsung’s setback is temporary

Samsung Electronics has finally called a halt to its production of the Galaxy Note7. Following on from its earlier problems with the devices spontaneously setting alight, it seems that the replacement also suffered from

David Glance

No, fitness trackers don’t make you fat

The headlines say it all. From “Fitness trackers ‘don’t help weight loss’” through to claims that fitness trackers can “make users fatter” and “That fitness tracker might actually make losing weight harder”. These conclusions by the

David Glance

World has reached ‘peak mobile’

Apple announced its new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus and Watch Series 2 today at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. What the event confirmed was that the leaks about the phone and the watch

David Glance

We’ve already hit peak Pokémon

Despite the fact that Pokémon Go has become the world’s biggest mobile game, it has already started its certain decline. This is despite the fact that the game is showing a greater ability to retain users than most mobile games. Although it may be


iOS vs Android: which is winning?

Both Apple and Google use their developer conferences to introduce updates to their mobile operating systems. Google IO, held last month, introduced Google’s latest version “N” of Android, along with new apps. Apple has done the