Patrick Mahony – The Apple Watch is here to Stay

This article discusses the new Apple watch and all of the benefits that this watch brings. Though there are a few drawbacks to the watch, Patrick Mahony argues that is overall a very impressive new product. The Apple watch is here and it is nothing short of incredible says Patrick Mahony. Apple’s slogan for this product states, ‘to wear it is to love it,‘ and its owners would agree. While… Read Article →

Photographer Patrick Mahony’s first impressions of ‘World’s Longest’ 4K Cine Lens by Canon

Ever wanted to go from 50mm to 1000mm just by a turn of the hand, without having to struggle with your bag, pray to whatever higher power you believe in that you won’t drop your lens while switching, or not missing that once in a lifetime shot? Is it possible? Wonder no more, Canon has pulled it off. Announced mid-October, the CINE-SERVO 50–1000mm T5.0–8.9 Ultra-Telephoto Zoom lens , has been… Read Article →

Patrick Mahony – Google and its driverless car

In this article, Patrick Mahony discusses Google’s driverless car. There are many advantages to this technology and Google has already displayed its self-driving prototype. “Imagine living in a world where cars could drive themselves. Guess what? That world nearly exists!” – Patrick Mahony. For approximately six years now, Google has been designing and perfecting its driverless car. As of early October 2015, the prototype has been debuted and it does not… Read Article →

Photographer Patrick Mahony picks 5 sports cameras to film yourself on the slopes

Over the years, the GoPro has established an undisputed position of market leader when it comes to sports cameras. Still, there are a many other Full HD (1080p) camera models that can be perfect alternatives to immortalize your prowess. Here is a selection of five cameras selected by photographer Patrick Mahony which can be attached to your helmet or directly on your skis or snowboard this coming winter. GoPro HERO4… Read Article →


Patrick Mahony > Call of Duty developer apologizes for Twitter ‘breaking news’ stunt

A member of Call of Duty developer Treyarch has apologized for its recent Twitter campaign wherein the official Call of Duty account masqueraded as a breaking news source. In an interview with IGN, the developer’s Jason Blundell attempted to explain the thinking behind the stunt, which saw Call of Duty’s Twitter followers’ feeds filling up with news of a fictional Singaporean terrorist attack. “It was not done maliciously, or as any… Read Article →


Patrick Mahony – Google launching accelerated mobile pages project

Google just announced a new open source project called the Accelerated Mobile Pages Project (AMP Project) aiming to provide users with quick-loading articles. In an era where people increasingly browse through mobile phones and loading speed has become the number one concern, Google’s move seems totally appropriate. Based on technical specification, AMP publishers will be able to quickly serve users with faster loading mobile articles / news. When asked, Richard… Read Article →


Patrick Mahony – Putin’s head on an iPhone 6S

Patrick Mahony’s find of the day is the release of a most singular iPhone made by Russian jeweler caviar. How cool is it to have Vladimir Putin keeping an eye on you every morning when you wake up? Russian jeweler Caviar just announced a $3’200 iPhone 6S with Putin’s head encrusted in gold. Known for its Russia-themed luxury remakes of Apple products, the brand strikes back with the announcement of… Read Article →


Patrick Mahony : Google rejects 58% of ‘right to be forgotten’ requests

Turns out it’s not so easy to be “forgotten” on Google after all. Google (GOOGL, Tech30) released data Friday on the link-removal requests it’s received in Europe following a ruling on the so-called “right to be forgotten.” The European Court of Justice ruled in May that people worried about their privacy can ask Google and other search engines to remove sensitive links from their search results. But search engines can… Read Article →


Patrick Mahony – Apple Pay on Iphone 6

You wallet. Without the wallet. Gone are the days of searching for your wallet. The wasted moments finding the right card. The swiping and waiting. Now payments happen with a single touch. Apple Pay is a wireless, digital wallet that is coming out in October. Want to pay for something in an app? Just tap “Pay with Apple Pay,” put your finger on the fingerprint reader, and you’re done.