Microsoft has today announced the Consumer Preview of its latest Operating System, Windows 8 – although if I have to tell you what it’s called, I’m not altogether that sure how you found this site… Regardless, the download is now available for public beta in both 32-bit and 64-bit ISO files. At minimum, it requires [...]
In a devastating announcement last week, HP confirmed they will no longer be developing WebOS or making supporting devices. Since that news broke, a ‘fire sale’ has hit, and HP TouchPads have been retailing for £89 for 16GB, or £115 for the 32GB model. Hewlett Packard have said that the Pre 3 will follow, when [...]
Microsoft have announced more details on the next instalment in their desktop (or what was) OS, Windows 8. Win 8 places heavy emphasis on being a single OS for all devices – except phones of course, for which Windows Phone 7 fits in. However, that’s not as contradictory as it first seems. Above, and after [...]
Today Microsoft announced that they have bought the electronic communication company, Skype. The deal was signed last night, after being agreed on the 18th April – putting down those rumours that Facebook or Google were to buy Skype. The end to Windows Live Messenger (often incorrectly referred to as ‘MSN’) seems likely, but has been [...]
Google have announced that they will be making use of the increasingly popular inclusion of a front facing camera among smartphones running their Android OS, by supporting video chat, and voice chat in the updated version of Google Talk (which already allows written chat) which will ship with Android version 2.3.4. The Nexus S will [...]
Apple’s cheapest Mac offspring – the Mini – has had it’s price cut by £50 in the UK, but remains static in the US. This may play tribute to the current economy, or it may be Apple just poking and laughing, whatever the cause if you’re in Europe and have fancied yourself a Mac Mini before now, [...]
Okay, so I must’ve had my Macbook for almost a week now. I ordered it from Amazon and it arrived 3 days later with no hiccups. I ordered the 13″ MacBook Pro with 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo processor, 4GB RAM and a 250GB HDD. Head on past the break for the full review.
So I have had the HTC Desire for probably a month or so now; it’s my first fully fledged Android device, I did a bit of dabbling with a few Android ports for a WinMo device, but thats another story that I may treat you to some other time. Head on past the break for [...]
And I was not correct, although the upgrades to the Mac Mini are available, it is not the same spec as the MacBook Pro, but does include a 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB RAM and a 320GB hard drive for the basic model.