The question last year was – “how big is big enough?” Well, this year TVs are even bigger but - as they say - size isn't everything!
Gadget Zone: The blog
“There’s an app for that,” is no longer just a slightly annoying Apple slogan. In 2013, we’ve seen apps for literally anything and everything you can think of.
Welcome to Day 1 of the 2013 Christmas Gadget Countdown. We thought we’d ease you into the gadget mood this year with a look at one of the most popular categories every year – cameras and photo gadgets.
Back in 1977, the technology toy of that year was a watch, the Hewlett Packard's JP-01 calculator watch to be precise, with inbuilt stylus to contact the LED displayed keys. It gave date, time and could offer Dynamic Rate Calculation.
The rivalry between Samsung and Apple is fast becoming the new Coke v Pepsi of the tech world, and Samsung's latest S4 certainly gives Apple something to be nervous about.
John Stokdyk experienced an unsettling sense of déjà vu at the recent Cloud World Forum in London.
Nearly 20 years ago when I was a mainstream technology hack I interviewed Dr Peter Cochrane, who was then chief technology officer and head of research for telecoms giant BT.
We’ve had time to consider Microsoft’s tablet offerings since their launch at the tail end of last year and, more recently, alternatives to the Surface RT have started to emerge and show what they can do.
With all the fuss and hype centering around iPhones and Androids, it's easy to see how the Windows phone can get lost in the mire.
If the garden, pub, football or country walks hold no attraction for you this Easter weekend and you're a bit of a gadget enthusiast, our seven calorie-free Easter eggs are definitely worth trying out.
While Microsoft is the most familiar, widely used and accepted technology brand in most offices today, by 2014 Apple will be just as popular, according to IT analyst Gartner.