Craig Grannell,

Craig Grannell

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Recent articles by Craig:

It doesn’t matter what tech Apple packs into the 2022 iPad Pro if it can’t get iPadOS 16 right

Stage Manager needs managing – and even a next-gen M2 chip won’t help with that → Read More

The Commodore 64 at 40 – and 10 of the best C64 games

Random access memories: Will you still need me, when I’m 64? Dunno. But at 40, the classic Commodore 64 still shines → Read More

I’m in thrall to my iPhone – and for once, that’s a good thing

My iPhone telling me what to do all the time has made me a happier person. Probably → Read More

AI is primed to eat the world – but it’s dining on what people already created

From Craiyon to OpenAI, an AI creative revolution is afoot, but it’s currently a blazing fast remix of existing material → Read More

Lego Atari 2600 is a brick-built console with classic game vignettes

Launched to coincide with the classic console's 50th anniversary, you’ll want to cart this Lego Atari 2600 set home → Read More

BMW’s subscriptions for seat warmers are a bum deal for car owners

The famous car maker has learned the wrong lessons from mobile → Read More

Apple MacBook Air 13in with M2 (2022) review: a new yardstick

Air we go: Apple’s sleekest laptop finally gets a full redesign. The MacBook Air M2 doesn't pull any punches on performance, either → Read More

An iPhone 14 with last year’s A15 chip wouldn’t be a bad phone – just a redundant one

Prepare for ‘bittersweet A16’ during the next iPhone refresh → Read More

Terrify Lego Mario with this 2807-piece Mighty Bowser kit

This gigantic Lego set is definitely a Koopa. The Mighty Bowser stands more than 30cm tall and can flatten Lego Mario like a pancake → Read More

TV adverts are a turn off, so why does Netflix think they’ll fix its woes?

The one where ‘Netflix and chill’ heads perilously close to becoming ‘Netflix and shill’ → Read More

11 classic Atari arcade games you still need to play

The joy of sticks… and spinners… and yokes… and terrifying tank-like contraptions → Read More

Atari at 50: 5 hardware landmarks from the seminal gaming company’s history

Console yourself about modern gaming’s complexity with this classic Atari kit → Read More

Cassette tapes were always rubbish and should be consigned to history – unlike Kate Bush

Too spool for school? Pfft! Tapes were terrible, and the sooner everyone realises, the better → Read More

Apple MacBook Pro 13in with M2 (2022) review

The latest Apple laptop clones its predecessor and adds a new chip. Is that enough in today’s market? → Read More

Much ado about Nothing: but is Phone 1 just another smartphone?

Hype is for the birds. Nothing must match marketing with meaningful tech and features to take on Apple at its own game → Read More

Buy Apple Watch Series 3 today and watchOS 9 will render it obsolete this September. That’s not OK

The clock’s ticking on Apple’s cheapest wearable. But it should have really been withdrawn from sale in 2021 → Read More

The Apple WWDC 2022 announcements that really matter

A new MacBook Air, the M2, a newish MacBook Pro, and a bunch of OSes naturally → Read More

Craft sample-based hits anywhere with the Orba 2 techno-grapefruit

128 bars. Quantisation. Loops. Also: looking cool (honest) while tapping at half a ball → Read More

Evercade EXP brings premium polish to the retro handheld – and two new carts

Cunningly tapping into the collector market, Evercade gave us a portable handheld with physical carts to plug in. It was followed by four-player telly console Evercade VS. Today, Evercade EXP has been announced to raid your piggy bank. The new machine is an evolution of the original Evercade, dealing with that device’s shortcomings and adding one superb new feature. Those shortcomings? You now… → Read More

Why Apple has nothing to fear from the Google Pixel Tablet

Better slate than never? It’s hard to know with Google and Android → Read More