Nokia and Microsoft unveiled their latest Windows Phone Smartphone the Lumia 920 to a packed out threatre in New York last night. Nokia is pinning the future of the entire company on this handset and Microsoft is hoping it will make their mobile operating system cool and something worthy of dumping an iPhone for – have they come up trumps? Let’s find out.
This month is going to be insane. We’ve already had a ridiculous amount of new smartphones, laptops, tablets and TVs from last weeks IFA. And while you might think that was enough there’s a tech traffic jam on the horizon which is sure to see load of great products lost in the scrum for coverage and traffic.
Microsoft has sent out the invites, the new handsets are ready and just a week before Apple is supposed to unveil the iPhone 5, Windows Phone 8 devices will be unveiled to the public for the first time.
We’ve been happily ignoring the rumour mill for the iPhone 5, as it’s the same old news regurgitated year-on-year and true to form the tech world has been participating in daily gossip on an unprecedented scale.
If you used the Internet before the likes of Google, Facebook and Twitter – when Yahoo, Aol and Altavista were top dogs of the Internet – you might still use Hotmail. In fact, Hotmail still has 350 million users, and I am one of them. But without being rude Hotmail has been dying a slow […]
It wasn’t that long ago that we ran through every conceivable Android device that would be getting Android 4.0. Well, we’ve move on from 4.0 and now we’re now on 4.1 so it’s only fair to run the through the main manufacturers again and check whether they’re making the move to 4.1 Jelly Bean – and it’s as we’d expected: a mixed bag.
New US startup Ouya is about to launch an ambitious Kickstarter funding campaign in order to develop a new home console. Ouya’s concept is to build a grass-roots home console allowing indie developers to make games for free and then sell their games on Ouya’s own app store. They hope to price the console at […]
At an invite-only press conference in Los Angeles last night Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled the software giant’s answer to the iPad – called Surface – the two new Windows-based tablets are set to be released this Autumn.