The Consumer Electronics Show 2013 in Las Vegas today comes to an end, running from 8 to 11 January it revealed a number of exciting innovations such as a water-proof smartphone, a robot doctor, futuristic ‘wearable technology’ and every slacker’s dream: a TV you can control with your eyes.
Two recent releases of the latest and greatest compact cameras have introduced some interesting new technology. In addition to the usual advances in auto focus speed, number of megapixels and ISO performance, we have some new and groundbreaking features to consider.
The Chromebook is back, Google’s latest cloud computing solution is thinner, lighter, faster and cheaper than ever before. With 100GB of free online storage and a 3G option also available, the new Chromebook is a very impressive piece of kit.
Samsung have announced their latest mid-range Android smartphone: the Galaxy SIII Mini, but in doing so they’ve risked diluting their best phone lineup to date by adding a lacklustre device not worthy of the Galaxy SIII name.
Starting with its 2012 E-Series Smart TVs, Samsung will be rolling out a dedicated Spotify app in Europe, making it possible to connect to your Spotify Premium account and stream music directly through your TV.
On the anniversary of the death of Steve Jobs, Apple pay tribute their visionary leader, vowing to carry his legacy into the future, but will their future products be more iterative than innovative without Steve at the helm?
The successor to Samsung’s popular Galaxy Note tablet/smartphone hybrid, will be making its way into UK stores as of next Monday (October 1st).
Samsung’s shares have plummeted by more than £7.6 billion in the wake of their catastrophic court case loss against Apple last week, but the impact of sales injunctions could prove even more costly than the £660 million fine Samsung received.
Just like top footballers in the past used to feel obliged to have bubble perms and booze problems, almost every 21st Century footballer feels the need, it seems, to turn one of his arms into what he no doubt imagines, bless him, is a work of art.
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