The Apple website has just winked back into existance and on it is the new 16GB iPhone.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an internationally published technology author who has devoted over a decade to helping users get the most from technology.
It's always interesting when the Apple online store shows the "We'll be back soon" sticky note - it's a sign that new stuff is getting ready to make an appearance.
GPU makers nVIDIA have announced that it intends to purchase physics middleware company AGEIA Technologies for an undisclosed sum.
This is the day that Windows Vista users (and those waiting to make the leap to Vista) have been waiting for. Windows Vista Service Pack 1 has been released to manufacturing.
For a while now I've been keeping a close eye on Ubuntu releases, and on Friday alpha 4 of Ubuntu 8.04, code-named Hardy Heron, was released - so I grabbed a copy and started playing with it!
The folks at iFixit have managed to get their hands on a MacBook Air and taken it into the operating theater for a quick but very thorough autopsy.
The web is on fire with news that Microsoft is interested in acquiring Yahoo! for some $44.6 billion. Whether this goes through or not remains to be seen, but I for one hope that if it does go through, Microsoft doesn't overload applications with Yahoo! related links and bloat the OS even further with unwanted (and dare I add, hated) stuff.
I knew that Apple's iPhone would stir up some much needed innovation in the cellphone arena, but I'm surprised to see Garmin, a company usually known for GPS receivers, enter the phone market in such an aggressive way.
Vista SP1 - Download it for the kill-switch removal, keep it for the increased performance, reliability and compatibility
The release of Vista SP1 is imminent. It might be next week, or it might be the week after, but it's now close.
A couple of articles I’ve read today suggest that Apple is getting ready to slash the price of the iPhone and that it’s now subsidizing every Apple TV device sold. My take – this is total nonsense.