The Consumer Electronics Show 2013 starts on the second week of January, and for one week the world’s top tech manufacturers will descend to Las Vegas to show off their latest wares. So, we’ve been scouring the web to try and predict what’s going to be hot at this year’s show.
If you don’t want to get an Android or Apple smartphone then there is a third way: Windows Phone 8. Launched 18 months ago Microsoft’s mobile operating has come along way in a short amount of time. Their latest version, Windows Phone 8, represents massive step forward for the fledgling operating system. Windows Phone has […]
All is not well at Microsoft. Windows boss Steve Sinofsky – who has just presided over Microsoft’s launch of Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 and Microsoft’s new tablet Surface – has left Microsoft after 23 years of service to the company. His departure takes place with immediate effect and has been replaced by Julie Larson-Green, […]
Microsoft is setting it sights on taking on music streaming service Spotify with its own Xbox Music streaming service. The new service, which launches tomorrow on Xbox 360, will then be rolled out to Windows 8, their newly announced Surface tablet and Windows Phone 8.
Microsoft’s greatest challenge with this month’s release of Windows 8 is making its new app marketplace a success. In order to get as many apps on board, software developers will need to re-write their applications to take advantage of the new touchy, feely operating system – something that takes time and money. But many developers […]
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This month will finally see the UK’s first 4G network launched by Everything Everywhere, which is a new 4G brand created by the parent company of T-mobile and Orange. 4G/LTE is short for Fourth Generation/Long Term Evolution and is a replacement for the current 3G network, offering substantial increases in speed and suffers a lot less from signal degradation.
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.