The first Ubuntu powered smartphone will be available to buy in 12 months but in the fast-paced world of mobile computing, one year might as well be a decade.
James Vincent looks at five tech battlegrounds to watch this coming year.
Just seven months after the iPad 3 launch, Apple have replaced it with… yet another new iPad. Do you feel short changed by Apple? And if so, will you be demanding an exchange for the fourth generation?
What is interesting about culture? This was the opening question from Steve Crossan the Head of Google Cultural Institute to kick off the REMIX Summit.
With over 500 million Android activations to date and 1.3 million new activations each day, is their no limit to the growth of Google’s mobile operating system?
Nokia’s latest line of Lumia smartphones and accessories look incredible, In a world where ecosystem is king, can Nokia help inspire consumers to invest in Windows Phone 8 amid huge competition from iOS, Android, and this year’s dark horse: Amazon?
Microsoft have previewed a new Metro-styled Hotmail successor in the form of Outlook.com. The brand new email service sees the software giant unify their cloud services ahead of the upcoming Windows 8 launch, but is Outlook any good?
As the dust fell on Microsoft’s 2011 Spring Showcase it wasn’t just the Xbox 360’s – on the go from midday until midnight – which were relieved to have survived.
After all the rumour, conjecture and name changes, to finally see Microsoft’s sleek, black, motion control device in its final release form, and have chance to put it through it’s paces, was something of a relief.
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