Category: Network



YouTuber’s Tiny GameCube Is a Heartbreaking Look at What Could Have Been


Unlike the low-effort PlayStation Classic, the NES Classic and SNES Classic are among the best attempts at reviving the lovable consoles from days gone by. But for some reason, despite selling millions of its retro consoles, Nintendo hasn’t continued its line of console reboots and doesn’t seem interested in taking it further, leaving fans of systems like the N64 and Gamecube to...


Graphic design platform Canva valued at $2.5B with new funds


Canva, an Australian headquartered business, has raised another $70 million to expand its graphic design platform. The round, which values the company at a massive $2.5 billion, brings its total raised to $166 million. General Catalyst and Bond, Mary Meeker’s debut venture capital fund, have participated in the funding alongside existing backers Felicis Ventures and Blackbird...


A Looming US-China Trade War Means Either Apple’s Stock Will Drop or iPhone Prices Will Rise


You’ve likely heard about the intense conversations between the United States and China over tariffs. The US government has been inconsistent, thus far, on what affects a trade war could have on the average person, and the stock market—which loves consistency—has taken a beating with all the rumours and speculation. However, at least one thing...


Kids Pulled from Scottish School by Anti-5G Parents


A community is having a little implosion up on the Orkney island of Stronsay, where an early-doors trial of 5G services has seen a test mast installed on a local primary school, much to the anger of one set of parents who’ve pulled their kids out of the school as a result. Stronsay crofters Russell and Naomi Bremner...


The Prospect of a Smooth 5G Roll out Isn’t Looking Too Bright as Companies Fight Over Lamp Posts


Lamp posts are prime real estate for mobile network operators as they ramp up to roll out 5G across the UK, but Ofcom’s electronics communications code has resulted in litigation disputes that could delay the process by two years, reports the Guardian. Theo Blackwell, London’s chief digital officer, has criticised the ambiguity of the code, saying that while...