I’ve just posted a First Take story on the HTC HD2.It’s a superb device.
A miscellany of musings on the tech that crosses my path
Mice fascinate me. I don’t mean the little furry mammals, though actually they do fascinate me.
I spent some time yesterday afternoon with Vodafone taking a look at its 360 service. Due to go live tomorrow, this service puts people at the heart of your mobile phone.
Panasonic’s Toughbooks are well known as super-rugged notebooks for specialised use. But there is a little more to the range than that, and the ‘business ruggedised’ line includes a number of machines aimed at the besuited business traveller who needs a little more solidity in their notebook than usual crop of machines can provide.
For the last couple of weeks I’ve been using the Virgin Media Freedom Netbook. It is yet another broadband-in-a-tiny-computer offering that is ostensibly free if you sign yourself up to a longish contract.
Researchers in the US have proved what most of us already know to be true. Walking in a straight line while talking on the phone seems to be impossible for many of us.
Microsoft has finally announced the latest incarnation of its operating system for smartphones, Windows Mobile 6.5.
There’s no such thing as bad news.All publicity is good publicity.
So, spending on online advertising has finally overtaken spending on TV advertising. The BBC this morning reports on research carried out by the Internet Advertising Bureau and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Every so often I come across something so absolutely wonderful that I wonder why I hadn’t thought of it. WorkSnug is an example.