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With Europe’s largest consumer electronics show IFA just around the corner, we’re going to continue our run through of what is going to be hot at this year’s show which takes place in Berlin’s Messe.
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With the tech world seemingly on holiday Europe’s largest consumer electronics show is just around the corner. IFA takes place in the first week of September and is the first place to see what gadgets will be released this Christmas and beyond. We’ve scoured the worldwide web and unearthed a few clues of what is likely to be unveiled at this year’s IFA.
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 […]
Microsoft is on a bit of a roll at the moment, everyone sat up and took notice of their innovative Surface tablet, Windows 8 is getting positive reviews for its forward-thinking user interface and now it’s time for Microsoft to unveil its latest version of Office.
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.
There’s no doubt that Google is very brave to take on Microsoft and Apple with their Chrome operating system. Originallly launched last year the cloud-based OS didn’t really make the impact Google had hoped for.
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If you’ve been keeping tabs on the tech world over the last 12 months you’ll have likely come across a new piece of tech jargon: Cloud Storage. While it has nothing to do with those fluffy things in the sky, it is the future of storage for all your important files – keep reading our […]