Just in case you thought that Apple had stitched up the entire cellphone market, Nokia reminds us that not everyone has been buying iPhones during 2007.
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.
Have you wondered why Apple has been putting so much effort into releasing iPhone firmware updates that cause problems for unlocked? It's because the problem is widespread and causing Apple to lose a lot of cash.
Mossberg, Baig and Levy have passed judgment on Apple's MacBook Air. The conclusion - Beautiful, but a compromise.
AMD’s ATi graphics division is hoping that budget-conscious gamers will smash open their piggy banks and spend money upgrading their graphics cards to one of the latest Radeon cards.
Analysts were hoping for Apple to report a growth in iPod sales of around 16%. Apple delivered a figure of 5%. Can this data be used to take the temperature of the economy?
With profits up by a massive 57% on the year-ago quarter, Apple posted the best quarterly revenue and earnings in the history of the company, but the predictions for the future weren't enough to satisfy analysts.
Given all the feedback that Microsoft has had from Vista users (both negative and positive), could Windows 7 be the best version of Windows yet?
Earlier this morning the Apple online store was down and when it came back up my eyes were assaulted by pink. Pink iPods that is. I guess Valentine's Day is a lot closer that I'd thought it was.
Over the weekend I was discussing the pros and cons of the MacBook Air with a bunch of other tech geeks and we came to the conclusion that the lack of an optical drive is a brave move of Apple's part (a move that other notebook manufacturers are likely to copy over the coming months), but that this could be the feature that's either the deal-maker or deal-breaker.
Apple has to be the most high-profile hardware manufacturer on the planet. Whatever it is that comes out of Cupertino is instantly put under intense scrutiny, and as a rule pundits are divided - some love Apple products, while others hate them. Me, I feel divided. Some Apple products fit in with my lifestyle perfectly, while others just don't light my fire. But one design aspect of Apple's latest product offerings bothers me greatly - and that's the gradual eradication of the user-replaceable battery.