Sony is planning to launch its S1 and S2 tablets in the UK this September, according to reports, with John Lewis lined up as one retailer to stock the device.
A staggering 20 per cent of people in the UK have received a call from a fake IT security company attempting to scam them out of money or personal information, if the latest survey published by Microsoft is to be believed.
Technology is a fast industry, with firms going from next best thing to Wikipedia footnote in the blink of an eye. IBM is celebrating it’s 100th birthday – so what’s the secret? Adaptability! Facebook, Amazon and Apple are shining examples!
Sat navs may be one of the most beneficial gadgets ever invented, but navigating your way through all the available options can be a nightmare.
Canon’s triple-digit EOS line has traditionally catered for those dipping their toes into DSLR photography, but as successive models have acquired more functionality, they’ve ventured further into enthusiast territory.
The BBC are launching a News App for connected TVs such as the Samsung sets. Samsung has been going all out recently, with 3D VOD and their Smart Hub!
Though many would say the Apple iPad set the standard in terms of what people expect from a tablet these days in terms of function, it also seems to have set the price. Can’t afford the price tag of tablets like the Apple iPad? It’s not the end of the world! There are alternatives for under £300 from brands such as Creative, Archos and Advent.
The BBC’s new director of future media, Ralph Rivera, has suggested that the tablet is becoming a second PC in the home, and that the broadcast giant’s duty is to deliver content on every screen possible.