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The World of the £30 Tablet

The World of the £30 Tablet

Eric D. Fescenmeyer February 7, 2014 1

About a month or so ago, Fast Company wrote a pretty interesting article posing the question, “What could you do with a $40 tablet?”, based on the release of Datawind’s £30 ($37) 7-inch tablet.

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Apple holding event 22nd October; Expect new iPads

Apple holding event 22nd October; Expect new iPads

Tristan Kitchin October 17, 2013 0

Apple have announce they are to hold a press event on 22 October where the tech giant is expected to announce a new lineup of iPads. Alongside a new iPad mini with a Retina

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The iOS 7 Jailbreak Situation Is Positive But Requires Patience

The iOS 7 Jailbreak Situation Is Positive But Requires Patience

Backbencher October 10, 2013 0

  iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C owners the world over are waiting tentatively for a jailbreaking solution to be released. They’re not alone either, owners of other iPhone models who upgraded to iOS7 are

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Apple Sold 9 Million iPhones over the Weekend

Apple Sold 9 Million iPhones over the Weekend

Tristan Kitchin September 23, 2013 0

Following the release of the iPhone 5S and 5C on Friday, Apple clocked up 9 million iPhone sales over their first weekend of availability. The mammoth sales figures will go a long way in

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The iPhone 5S and 5C – Should you upgrade?

The iPhone 5S and 5C – Should you upgrade?

Backbencher September 13, 2013 1

Now that we’ve had time to digest news of the new batch of iPhones announced by Apple earlier this week, it’s time to ask the all important question: should you upgrade? And which device

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Apple Unveils New iPhone 5S and 5C

Apple Unveils New iPhone 5S and 5C

Tristan Kitchin September 11, 2013 0

Apple has unveiled two new iPhones to consumers: the 5S, the company’s new flagship device that comes equipped a faster processor and a fingerprint sensor, and the new budget 5C. The new devices were

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The Microsoft-Nokia Deal: A Bold Step too Far?

The Microsoft-Nokia Deal: A Bold Step too Far?

Backbencher September 5, 2013 0

By Rob Nichols. This week, Microsoft announced the £4.6bn purchase of Nokia’s mobile phone business in a move described by retiring Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer as, ‘a big bold step forward.’ There’s no doubt

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Firefox OS is set to take Developing Markets by Storm

Firefox OS is set to take Developing Markets by Storm

Eric D. Fescenmeyer August 21, 2013 0

The future of smartphone expansion lies in developing markets… and Eric D. Fescenmeyer believes the low-cost FireFox OS is best placed take them by storm.   When talking about technology it’s easy to get

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The App Store Five Years On

The App Store Five Years On

Tristan Kitchin July 10, 2013 0

It has been five long years since Steve Jobs first unveiled the App Store, during which time it has become the world’s largest digital distribution platform. Launched alongside the iPhone 3G back in 2008,

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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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