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Windows 8.1: What to Expect

Windows 8.1: What to Expect

Backbencher June 21, 2013 3

The First Major Update To Windows 8 is Coming The public beta release of Windows 8.1 should be available from 26th June 2013 and, according to the Windows Blog, will support both Windows 8 and

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The Not-so-Earth-Shattering flattening of iOS 7

The Not-so-Earth-Shattering flattening of iOS 7

Eric D. Fescenmeyer June 19, 2013 1

Is Apple too scared to ‘rock the boat’? Eric Fescenmeyer takes a look at the company’s new mobile operating system, iOS 7. The stories about iOS of late have been about the restyling of

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Microsoft will not be a major player in 10 years time

Microsoft will not be a major player in 10 years time

Tristan Kitchin June 18, 2013 3

Tristan Kitchin believes Microsoft need to focus on quality, not quantity. Microsoft was given a breath of fresh air last week as its search engine, Bing, made market share gains in the U.S. According

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PRISM – We have an eye on you!

PRISM – We have an eye on you!

Backbencher June 18, 2013 0

By Ola Hoffmann. As recently revealed by Edward Snowden, the U.S. government has been using a worldwide electronic communication surveillance program called PRISM in order to gather information on both U.S. and foreign citizens.

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Apple Reportedly Working on Larger iPhones

Apple Reportedly Working on Larger iPhones

Tristan Kitchin June 13, 2013 0

  According to Reuters, Apple has been experimenting with different form factors, colours, and cheaper versions of its iPhone product, following the path lead by rival manufacturer Samsung. Apple, once the ruler of the

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How to monetise a watch?

How to monetise a watch?

Backbencher June 6, 2013 0

By Eric D. Fescenmeyer Let’s talk about these new digital watches that have been threatening to come out. Samsung seems to have one. We’re pretty sure Apple has one and we are almost guaranteed Google

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The Little Tablet That Could?

The Little Tablet That Could?

Backbencher June 5, 2013 0

By Eric D. Fescenmeyer. Over the last few weeks, out-shouted by giant press releases including the avalanche of Google product updates and Mr. Cook going to Washington was a very interesting press release that

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WWDC 2013: 7 days of impatient anticipation

WWDC 2013: 7 days of impatient anticipation

Backbencher June 3, 2013 0

By Ola Ojka. With tickets sold out within 2 minutes of going on sale (an impressive statistic considering the entrance fee stands at $1,599 USD), at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on the

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Newspaper Paywalls: How does News make money online?

Backbencher April 3, 2013 8

Alex MacDonald and Tristan Kitchin,   The Daily Telegraph has added a paywall to its digital content. Readers will be given 20 free articles a month, after that, a fee of £1.99 a month

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