“Britain’s economy has turned a corner at last” quip senior Tory MPs ahead of last month’s official Gross Domestic Product (GDP) data showing Britain’s output. Almost five years following the crippling financial crash the UK’s financial woes seem to be witnessing a flicker of optimism, but try telling the 29.70 million people who are looking … Continue reading Nokia’s JobLens App: View Vacancies Around You
Choosing a pair of glasses that suit your face can be an arduous task. It is also a task that, more often than not, is not given the amount of time and patience we would like to devote to it through fear of looking vain and taking up too much of an optician’s time at … Continue reading Silhouette iMirror app: Taking vanity to new heights!
In 1840 the first ever postage stamp appeared in the UK bearing the profile of Queen Victoria. Since this remarkable occasion, stamps have not massively changed or evolved. Usually associated with tradition, royalty, British heritage and ‘geeks’, stamps are the last things you would expect to involve cutting-edge technology. Although when Royal Mail announced recently … Continue reading Post-Modern: Royal Mail’s intelligent stamps
“Layar”, the Augmented Reality Browser”, boasts Samsung like we all know all about this intriguingly titled new browser already. When in reality most of us have never even heard of it, although that is perhaps a good sign in the cutthroat world of technology and the increasingly pressurized yearning for companies, particularly mobile phone companies, … Continue reading Samsung announce Galaxy Portal with Layar