iOS Archive

  • Asus Transformer Prime fi

    The Asus Transformer Prime: Raw Tegra 3 quad-core processing power

    For 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, […]

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  • DC Universe Online

    Five of the Biggest Free-to-play MMO Titles

    There 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 […]

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  • AirPlay logo

    Playing with iOS5 AirPlay Mirroring

    With the release of iOS5, Apple’s latest operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, Apple released one of the coolest features yet – Mirroring over AirPlay. In English, this feature lets you mirror the screen of your iOS device onto another AirPlay-enabled screen […]

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  • iPad iOS 5 vs Slate Windows 8

    A lesson on locks screens from Windows 8 and iOS 5

    With the release of iOS 5, the next iteration of the popular Apple operating system, just weeks away, we have been treated to a video which compares Microsoft’s rival offering, Windows 8 for tablet.  The video is quite in-depth, rather than trawl through it all, […]

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  • Android Fragmentation - do we really have a choice?

    Android Fragmentation – do we really have a choice?

    Last 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 […]

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  • Android Donut, Cupcake and Ice Cream Sanwich

    Android Fragmentation – it’s all about choice

    One 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.

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