While our official GadgetZone editors’ choice again went to Apple’s latest iPhone offering, for me, 2012 has been the year that Android stepped up from an also-ran i
Gadget Zone: The blog
Christmas is almost upon us and the AccountingWEB editorial team have come up with their favourite gadgets of the year.
There's no surprise with the overall winner, which once again is the Apple iPhone.
As the 2012 Countdown draws to a festive close, it seemed only right to break out of the limitations of "executive peripherals" and look at a few downright unnecessary gadgets!
Now that the "Cloud" is becoming more and more the norm in business and every day life, it seemed only right to look at its merits in the field of gadgetry.
Cloud applications can be useful in several gadget-related areas.
Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without television, so if you haven’t got your’s yet here are a few tips.
Stuff magazine rates the Sony KDL-46HX853, a 46 inch 3D monster with LED backlighting and the best speakers around. And all for under £1,500.
AccountingWEB readers polls have established one thing over the years – accountants love their music. But what should the audiophile have on his/her 2012 Christmas list?
Our favourite category, but where to start? Do we go for sports gadgets, motoring, music, gardening ... The best we can do if offer our random selection and see what readers come up with - let us know your favourite gadgets in this category.
In the countdown to Christmas and ultimately AccountingWEB's Gadget of the Year, we've compiled another tablet and smartphone accountancy app round-up for you.
Let's be serious for a moment and think about office IT. Well, OK let's think about some IT that would also be fun to have in the office!
To maintain the pretence that the annual countdown does really have a business angle I thought we should slip this category in.
Windows 8 dominates the software headlines at the moment, but you probably wouldn't call it a stocking filler.