Laptop Bags for Women. Who’d Have Thought That!
18 November 2013 9:18 AM | No Comments
That most dreaded time of year is just around the corner. And the pressure is on to ensure that you buy the perfect present for the woman in your life. Make the wrong decision and you’re paying for it for the rest of the year! […]Read More
Technology from a Student’s Perspective
22 October 2013 10:55 AM | No Comments
If you’re a first year university student right now, chances are you’ll be getting the swing of student life. Once alien concepts such as lectures, seminars, the student union and halls of residence won’t seem quite so unfamiliar to you now and you’ll be loving every […]Read More
Part 2 – The Man Without a Plan
19 March 2013 1:11 PM | 2 Comments
The next step in Matt's journey to build his first PC...Read More
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Posted on May 24, 2012 | No CommentsAll that talk of Diablo III earlier in the week has made us reminisce about the good old days of the dungeon crawler RPG, before fancy graphics and big budgets. This has brought us to an indie game that should be firmly in the heart […]
Posted on February 17, 2012 | No CommentsIt’s been a long time coming, in hindsight. For years Google have said that the next big thing for Google would be, whatever the next big thing in search is, because that what Google do and that is by and large, their main source of […]
Posted on February 14, 2012 | No CommentsMobile World Congress starts in Barcelona on February 27th and it provides a great event for manufacturers to showcase not only their mobile phones but also the latest tablet devices. There are several tablets that fans of this form factor are hotly anticipating but let’s […]
Posted on January 10, 2012 | No CommentsHP have revealed details of their first 27-inch all-in-one PC, dubbed the HP Omni 27. Upon release, it is due to pack features including a non-touch version of the Magic Canvas software, up to 2 TB of HDD space, Beats Audio, HDMI input and optional […]
Posted on November 16, 2011 | 1 CommentFor the sake of absolute transparency, I’ll openly admit that I want this tablet, so yes my opinion is biased. Nonetheless, I will try my hardest to present everything that follows as objectively as I can, to ensure you are fairly informed. By all accounts, […]
Posted on November 15, 2011 | 4 CommentsThere have been a number of big name titles taking the Free-to-play route to market. Perhaps this is a result of the games available on Facebook or the low cost games available on mobile platforms such as iOS and Android, or it may even be […]
Posted on February 23, 2011 | 1 CommentLast week Ryan posted an article on Android and whether the fragmentation of the platform was by design on Google’s part to give the customer the maximum possible choice. While I agreed with some of it, not all. I’m a big Android fan, I own a […]
Posted on February 21, 2011 | No CommentsIn this short space of time it has become a phenomenal success, with over 50 million downloads so far across all platforms. The main title has been supplemented by Angry Birds Seasons which has been updated for Halloween, Christmas and most recently Valentine’s Day. Who’s to say there won’t be a release for Easter, St’ George’s Day or even the Royal Wedding.
Posted on February 15, 2011 | 1 CommentOne of the most popular Android handsets in the UK and indeed the phone I use myself has been the HTC Desire. For most owners it currently runs on the 2.2 version of the Android OS known as Froyo. This isn’t too bad really given that the most recent version is 2.3 also known as Gingerbread. Not a big case for the crime a gross fragmentation there you might think.
Posted on October 6, 2010 | 5 CommentsOn the train on the way back from the airport last week, something caught my eye. It was the 20.51 East Midlands service from Luton to Nottingham, and was packed with commuters from both the airport and London. I was sat next to a young […]