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Google have just opened up their new music service to customers in the UK, enabling us to download music directly from the ‘Google Play’ multimedia store. As the Google Play store already sold apps, movies, and books, the addition of music to the store was the logical final piece to the puzzle. The MP3 store…Details
Windows 8 is finally here and despite a lot of scepticism there is definitely a chance that it will be very well received and Microsoft’s ‘big gamble’ will have paid off. In this blog I’ll be taking a look at a handful of reasons why I think Windows 8 will be a success… It Appeals…Details
The latest release from Apple: the iPhone 5 possesses everything that you require from a smartphone. From having 4G LTE, to a larger screen, free turn-by-turn navigation, a speedier A6 processor and a lighter, sleeker redesign, it is no wonder that stores are struggling to keep up with the stock demand. Last week we saw…Details
The new handset will feature a slight design overhaul incorporating a larger 4” display, as well as the latest A6 processor chip – which is twice as fast as previous models. The new processor has been engineered to maximise graphical performance whilst optimising battery life.
Apple have really gone to town when it came to making the new model lighter and thinner – they have managed to make the iPhone 5 only 7.6 mm in thickness. They also reduced the size of the SIM card by 44% and the size of the camera, whilst improving its capabilities. Despite increasing the size of the screen to 4 inches, they have maintained portability, practicality and comfortable user experience, in stark comparison to other phones on the market.
The Genius’s at Apple have also optimised the retina display to support 16:9 ratio, equivalent to that of a widescreen TV display, thus vastly improving video playback.
The new device is the same price as the previous 4S, but is packed with more features than its predecessor.
As with the older models, the iPhone 5 will come in either black or white, but these have been combined with either silver or slate to provide a higher quality finish.
The interface has also been modified to include another line for apps and a more responsive display.Details
Innovation is to be expected amongst the world’s best electronic brands − how else can they possibly stay relevant when the market is flooded with copycat clones of each other’s products? But has Sony passed the loopy post with their two-screen foldable tablet device? The Japanese conglomerate has filed with the US Patent and Trade…Details
The need for high broadband speeds at home and on the go falls in line with the fast pace of life. Most of us access broadband religiously each day and it’s never more frustrating than when low internet speeds disrupt what you’re doing online. Clamping down on internet service providers (ISPs), the ASA asked the…Details
As we near towards the much anticipated Apple iPhone 5 launch in Autumn, expected rumors have surfaced online this week suggesting an earlier release date and detailing complications with the model’s battery pack. Apple batteries: Are they up to Jobs’ standards? The speculation started on Chinese website, Sina.com who hinted that Apple’s battery providers were…Details
We’ve all been there. Accidents happen, a small slip or knock and before you know it your phone is no longer the same. It can be frustrating, but rest assured it’s more common than you think! Using our experience, we bring you the most common ways to damage your iPhone, iPod or iPad… 1. Dropping…Details
Everyone needs to get rid of outdated computer equipment at some point, but we often put it off because it can be a time consuming exercise to dispose of properly. After all, sensitive data and personal information often needs to be removed – not to mention the strict government guidelines that need to be adhered…Details