Zappa brings the latest technology to you in a fresh and novel manner. It’s not the next BBC website or current affairs site, but more it’s about giving you content that’s worth reading, and often reading again.
We cover it all, from the history of the technology, platforms, software and hardware and want to educate, inform and above all, entertain! Technology moves fast, very fast so to stay up to date, be sure to subscribe to our articles and comment where you feel your opinion is valid. Of course, tech is tech, and everyone has their preferences and interests, and our mission to you is to bring you exciting content-thick and fast. So you’re best informed before you rush out and tell your friends, post on forums or make the decision to purchase.
Above all, we’re like you, humanoids with a genuine interest and passion for technology. It’s the lifeblood of our modern world, without it commercial jets would struggle to fly safely, your famous first person shooters would remain stuck in the 80’s and mobile devices, well, probably wouldn’t be very mobile!
As Zappa enters a new phase in reporting and serving up stacks of information, it’s our job to make sure that you receive objective reporting in a little hearted and entertaining fashion.
But, when things are serious, we get serious too – that latest Apple product, is it really worth paying top wack for? Perhaps it is but let’s put it to the test and give you informed consent rather than let the marketing spiel decide for you.
Zappa is your new best ally and intends on becoming a key player in the online technology journalism sector. One which has seen hundreds of websites offering a seemingly similar ethos come and go, usually due to an inability to maintain professionalism or attract a following. It’s our belief that with great content comes great readers and you can be sure that we’ll listen to you.
Without further ado, let’s go on with it. If you like what you read be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and all the other social platforms, you’ll know them all by know. Even the Oxford English Directory has them listed as verbs and nouns. Yes, technology is that serious!