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Ubuntu Edge – Is this the new Ubuntu Phone?

Ubuntu Edge – Is this the new Ubuntu Phone?

Last night it seems that Sébastien Maes accidentally tripped over some images of a device dubbed the Ubuntu Edge. These images show a pretty sleek looking Ubuntu branded smartphone. Subsequent to Sébastien’s find the site/images have been taken down. However, that didn’t stop Sébastien grabbing the images before the site went down. As you can see from the image above the devic... »

Top Travel Gadgets for Summer Holidays 2013

Top Travel Gadgets for Summer Holidays 2013

You’re going on your summer vacation to get away from everything. It’s not as simple as that these days. You really need some cool little gadgets to help you relax when you are on holiday, to take away from any minor niggles and quibbles. On top of that, you need to ensure that your gadgets are durable and light, as no one wants to pay for going over your luggage allowance do they? Fir... »

What do you use your Raspberry Pi for?

What do you use your Raspberry Pi for?

The Raspberry Pi is a fantastic little piece of kit, and it can be adapted for a ridiculous amount of uses. As quick Google search yields results such as using it to control robotic limbs, remote control tanks, a wi-fi hot spot and even as a weather balloon that sends tweets from the stratosphere! These uses are all pretty impressive, and some of them are pretty wacky at the same. Personally, I us... »

5 Ways the Internet is Killing Cable

5 Ways the Internet is Killing Cable

In the current economy, people are doing everything they can to save some extra cash. They’ll cut coupons and buy in bulk, but few rarely consider the massive financial benefits of finding alternative methods of watching TV and movies. If you have a solid Internet connection, cable quickly becomes totally obsolete. Your Gaming Console: Plays More Than Just Games Image via Flickr by schreiblo... »

Samsung Galaxy S4 Specs Infographic

Samsung Galaxy S4 Specs Infographic

This week we wrote about the Samsung announcement of the countdown to “the next big thing“. That next big thing turned out to be the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S4. So the big question on everyone’s lips is, what are the Samsung Galaxy S4 specs? Well, rather than giving you a load of text to wade through about the Galaxy S4 specs, we decided to give you a handy infograph... »

Samsung Begins Countdown To The “Next Big Thing”

Samsung Begins Countdown To The “Next Big Thing”

A tweet posted yesterday afternoon asking followers if they are ready for “The Next Big Thing” on March 14th. Along with a very cryptic looking picture of what looks like a Samsung Galaxy type device. Here is the exact wording and the image attached to the tweet from @SamsungMobileUS: The countdown for #TheNextBigThing has begun. Who’s ready for the Global Unpacked Event on March ... »

HP Pavilion 20-b101ea All-In-One Launched Running Ubuntu

HP Pavilion 20-b101ea All-In-One Launched Running Ubuntu

Yesterday HP yet again dipped their toe into the pond of open source loveliness by launching this rather sexy looking all-in-one device, the HP Pavilion 20-b101ea in the UK (it’s a shame the name isn’t quite as sexy). Historically all-in-one devices such as the HP Pavilion 20-b101ea tend to be quite expensive, but with this little gem costing a mere £349 you have to wonder why it&... »

Google Chromebook Pixel Announced

Google Chromebook Pixel Announced

We all know and love the Google Chromebook right? It’s cheap, looks good, secure and most importantly – fast. Yesterday in a blog post, Google announced the latest version of their little web based devices; the Chromebook Pixel. The original Chromebooks are very popular with both professionals and users alike, wanting the convenience & speed of a high powered laptop, yet the batt... »

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