A beautiful and haunting puzzle game for the iPhone and iPad with a fantastic soundtrack made for Tim Burton and Amelie fans.
Having tested and owned a fair few iPad and iPhone accessories in my time I was excited to get my hands on the Philips Fidelio docking speaker (DS9010).I have to admit that this review is somewhat delayed by the shameless fact that I really didn’t want to give it up!
As the ASUS tablet was handed to me I couldn’t help but feel the dark brown colour and subtle dotting was not exactly to my taste. It’s off-gold plastic back resembles something you might find on the outside of a 1960’s building on the South bank of London. But I was instantly impressed by the quick start up time and the array of connection options around the edge of the device.
A short article showing you how you can use a free Dropbox account to store and transfer unlimited files and data.
Here at CES Las Vegas PluggedIn has been lucky enough to trial lots of technology that is due to hit UK shelves over the course of 2011. What is often interesting to take note of is the software (the Operating system) these products use that separate themselves from the competition.
RIM’s BlackBerry Playbook has drawn by far the largest crowd at their stall here in Las Vegas for CES 2011.
At CES in Las Vegas one of the first hot topics making the grade this year is Opera Software’s technology for TVs and connected devices.
I’m well aware that this will not be the first article you’ll have read about the new Apple iPad, what I want to do here is take a cursory look at some of the features and aspects of the iPad and offer an overview for those that may not know much about it so far.
Justin Goring reviews the iPhone 4 and shares his first thoughts about why and how some of the features contained within it are present and correct.