via insidemobileapps.com Would be interesting to see how the recently announced Open Web Device would perform in similar tests.
OK, so Black Friday is an American retail tradition, but below is an interesting infographic from FourSquare which plots the retail therapy madness. NOTE: jump on the American bandwagon, this Friday Apple will be offering discounts and free shipping in the UK as well, more here.
So the whole worlds tech press (and a lot of its consumer press as well to be fair) were gazing towards Cupertino for the latest Apple product announcement. No one does geek showbiz like Apple. Facebook’s recent #F8 was testament to that. The blogosphere has been alight with rumours of iPhone 5, but ultimately the […]
Infographic by: PaidViewpoint.com. Get paid for your opinion!
via techcrunch.com Run to Germany to get your hands on one! Story from TechCrunch: http://techcrunch.com/2011/09/05/deutsche-telekom-is-offering-pre-orders-for-…
I’ve spent a lot time trying to hook up my PC’s with my home theatre system to free my digital music and movies from the confines of my desktop. Over the years I’ve tried Windows Media Centre on XP and Windows 7, recently moving onto Apple TV. Interesting data released by Microsoft, as reported […]
via techcrunch.com Still not clear on the music label licensing implications of all this, but as a consumer it sounds awesome!
Got an interesting email from iTunes this morning. UK Mobile Operator, Orange, famous for its ‘Orange Wednesdays‘ cinema ticket promotion has announced a deal with iTunes to offer a free movie rental via iTunes every Thursday. Not sure why they couldn’t keep Wednesday for the day of the offer, which comes with all the […]
For a few months now the rumour mill has been going at full speed. Normally new iPhones hit the street in the summer, but so far nothing…today there has been a spike in conversations around the supposed launch later this year. Perhaps one of the hottest topics for debate is will it be an incremental […]