Three has confirmed all of its subscribers will gain access to 4G by mid-February, as well as allowing a select group of bloggers a chance to do some speed tests.
After Samsung announced two new killer ‘PRO’ tablets at CES, perhaps the biggest news is that it has finally axed the obsolete Android menu button. Better late than never…
Sony today announced a ‘mini’ version of its current flagship without cutting back on features like its rivals, so much so that it opted to call its new device the Z1 Compact.
Link: Nvidia unveils its scarily powerful Tegra K1 mobile chip I was lucky enough to attend Nvidia’s lavish press launch for Tegra 4 this time last year at Palms Casino, Las Vegas. Unfortunately, despite being blown away by the potential of Tegra 4 (and the then named Project Shield), […]
Pebble – now in steel! Due to be announced today at CES 2014. The photo above was apparently taken from a post on the new tech site re/code, which accidentally posted its ‘first look‘ story a bit early. Perhaps the link will work later, so keep trying. As […]
Three didn’t do the best job of launching its 4G network this December. In fact, bar a few thousand users, nobody will even get a chance until the new year. But, I managed to spend some time to find out what’s happening and why it should be worth waiting a few more weeks.
Motorola’s best chance of success to date lies in the budget Moto G (and it’s great news for all of us)
This week Motorola announced the Moto G, an Android smartphone at an incredibly low price. But it isn’t like any other cheap Android phone that has come before it.
These days the net is full of warnings about scams. In many cases, the warnings ARE the scam, by trying to get the whole world to pass on the email about some urban myth that adapt as time goes on. However, this warning is very real and quite […]
I set this site up way back in 2010 with no real intention to actually put much on it. As much as anything else, it was to store some basic information about myself, and keep me up to speed on using WordPress. But at the end of 2013 […]