With Apple confirming that it will be releasing a smartwatch, the battle is well and truly on to see who can produce the most popular timepiece. While functionality isn’t a problem for Android devices, one area in which Apple hopes to get one up on the competition is a familiar one – aesthetics. One of … Continue reading Motorola 360 – best looking smartwatch to date?
It’s big. Its corners are concisely squared. It’s got a large touch screen and a prominent touch-enabled keyboard. It certainly doesn’t sound like the wave of bendy, rounded, dainty and miniscule smartphones that have been released onto the market recently. It’s got to be a Blackberry. Yup! It’s the Blackberry Passport. This rather different-looking smartphone … Continue reading Blackberry Passport: are looks all that matter?
“A superb-looking handset that offers something brand-new in the market. Let’s hope Samsung doesn’t make the Note Edge a limited edition,” were the words of Tech Radar. Considering that when a new and wildly anticipated device enters the market it is typical for it to get ripped apart by the ruthless consumer tech press, Tech … Continue reading Galaxy Note Edge: curves in all the right places?
Brits have a reputation for being music lovers and the latest study carried out by BPI shows just how much people are prepared to spend on their passion. The way the music business operates these days is a lot different to how it used to. Technology plays a large role not only in the production … Continue reading Brits’ love of music adds £11 billion to tech sales
At just 6.4mm thick and weighing 270 grammes, Sony claims that its Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact is the world’s slimmest and lightest. There are plenty of features though and it comes equipped with a Qualcomm quad-core 2.5GHz processor, 3GB of RAM, Adreno 330 graphics and 16GB of storage expandable via a microSD card up to … Continue reading Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact – the portable, lifeproof compact tablet
Turtle Beach, purveyors of some of the finest audio equipment available on the gaming market, recently announced their latest addition – the Stealth 500P. This headset, while being of the popular Turtle Beach pedigree, will also be the first wireless gaming headset exclusively created for the PS4 and PS3 games consoles. The folks at Turtle … Continue reading Turtle Beach Ear Force Stealth 500P: first look and hands-on
Microsoft is getting bedded in with its new Nokia acquisition and one of the more interesting devices to come off the production line recently is the Lumia 735 – a smartphone with a rather unusual USP. It’s a 4G phone with a 4.7” (720×1280) OLED display and 2.25D curved glass, which helps it to achieve … Continue reading Nokia Lumia 735 – the selfie smartphone
Cloud computing from Dell has been a mouth-watering prospect for tech geeks for a few years now. It is viewed by many as next wave of information technology for individuals, companies and governments. It is also seen as the biggest revolution in how we share information electronically since the birth of the internet. So, just … Continue reading Dell outlines its future vision of the Cloud