Bitcoin ended its bear run from a 12 month low in March 2020 to an all-time high above $23,000 by mid-December. By the end of 2020, there was a lot of conjecture surrounding the wild rally of Bitcoin. Most people called this just another crypto bubble like the one in 2017.
During WWDC 2020, Apple had announced a new iOS 14 privacy-based feature that sent chills down the spine of advertisement agencies.
2020 has been a strange year so far. Besides the obvious, we’ve witnessed two of the biggest tech giants facing scrutiny for their monopolistic business strategies.
Most of us feel a strong bond with our apps these days. It’s no mystery why. Every app has its own personality we love. Or hate. They’re so unique that they are quickly becoming archetypes of people we once interacted with on a daily basis.
When Apple first unveiled its plans to transition from Intel to an in-house Silicon chip, the whole tech world was left gasping.
The wait is finally over. In spite of being the third huge announcement in the past few months, Apple’s recently concluded “One More Thing” event got a great reception.
When Apple’s WWDC 2020 digital-only Keynote event kickstarted, all eyes were on the new mac OS Big Sur and the ambitious Apple Silicon chips.
Donald Trump has a unique style of speaking. Ask anybody around and they’ll all tell you that he has the most fantastic dialect.