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Which Tablets Make The Cut?

Which Tablets Make The Cut?

By Simon Fitzpatrick Sales of tablets are predicted to exceed those of PCs for the first time this year, with trouble expected for manufacturers who’ve been slow to embrace the touchscreen revolution. Tablets are particularly good for gaming, with intuitive control and high quality graphics, so let’s have a look at the best machines out there – as well as a few of the most entert... »

Heady Suds: 4 Apps for Home Brewers

Heady Suds: 4 Apps for Home Brewers

Micro-brews and home-brews are all the rage at the moment. First legalized in the United States in 1978, home-brewing culture has seen a veritable explosion in popularity in recent years. And if you’re among this latest wave of brewing enthusiasts (or if you’re considering joining it), then you might be interested in using some tools on your smartphone to expedite and improve your brew... »

Sony Xperia Z1: The 20 Megapixels Waterproof Monster Smartphone

Sony Xperia Z1: The 20 Megapixels Waterproof Monster Smartphone

Sony Xperia Z1, the new flagship device from the Japanese company unveiled during the IFA at Berlin aims to go head-to-head with other super smartphones on the market like the Galaxy S4 and the HTC One, with it’s 5-inch HD display and the monster 20MP of camera. Features Display The Sony Xperia Z1 sports a five-inch Full HD TRILUMINOS display with X-Reality for mobile, which allows a better ... »

The Ubuntu Edge Campaign Had Ended Way Off It’s Target

The Ubuntu Edge Campaign Had Ended Way Off It’s Target

So today the Ubuntu Edge campaign has finally come to an end, and unfortunately the device is set to wither away into obscurity once more – for the time being at least – as the campaign only managed to raised $12.8 million of it’s $32 million target. This Is Not The End I the final update on the Indiegogo page, Mark Shuttleworth and Co. alluded to the fact this is not the end for... »

Miniclip 8 Ball Pool – The Best Pool Game For Android

Miniclip 8 Ball Pool – The Best Pool Game For Android

A while back I wrote about World Championship Snooker for Android. It’s a great game for any snooker fan, but it’s a little too realistic and it isn’t free. So what if you want a fun, quick to pick up pool game that’s also free? Well, enter Miniclip’s 8 Ball Pool. I’ve been meaning to write about this app for quite some time as it is a really simple, yet brillia... »

The Most Effective Ways of Building a Mobile Website

The Most Effective Ways of Building a Mobile Website

Update: See our SEO Friendly Guide to Mobile Websites. With the ever increasing popularity and usage of tablets and smartphones, it’s almost become a necessity for companies to have mobile device compatible websites. The fact is that people are using their mobile devices more and more often to perform tasks they would regularly complete on a regular computer. Because of this, a mobile websit... »

Ubuntu Edge Three Weeks In – It’s not looking good

Ubuntu Edge Three Weeks In – It’s not looking good

So we’re 21 days into the Ubuntu Edge Indiegogo campaign and it’s fair to say that things aren’t going well over at Ubuntu HQ. With just 9 days to go and not even $10 million of their $32 million target raised; I think it’s safe to say that things aren’t looking good for Canonical right about now. Looking at the chart below from ubuntu-edge.info it’s clear to se... »

Ubuntu Edge Two Weeks In – Have We Backed A Winner?

Ubuntu Edge Two Weeks In – Have We Backed A Winner?

So we’re nearly two weeks into the 30 day Ubuntu Edge Indiegogo campaign and I have to say, things aren’t looking too good in the Ubuntu Edge camp. Let’s take a look at what’s been happening over the last week… More Perks Last week when I wrote my first update, I mentioned how it would be good to have some smaller perks, like maybe a t-shirt and stickers for $50. It ... »

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