RIM will go back to their roots and look to the corporate world and more collaboration in order to gain momentum and be seen as the device and O/S for business, but is this too little too late?
The Wi-Fi contract for the London Underground that has been the target for a number of companies has been awarded to Virgin Media, giving them permission to install their services at 120 stations.
Steve Jobs Videos collected and added on one page, with some very rare video indeed, go take a look now. We are astonished at just how large the collection is.
BT claim to now have some 3.5 million UK hotspots for customers to tap into across the UK are you a BT Fon user and what do you think of the service provided as a result of this network?
Amazon have been on the hunt again and found a nice juicy head in the form of Brandon Watson, the evangelist who wanted to sell you Windows Phone now jumps ship to do the same for Amazons Kindle.
What will Windows Phone 8 have in store for all you Microsoft lovers out there, and those who may be persuaded to go back? We take a look at a list delivered now that rumours have already been popped.
Apple are now the largest PC manufacturer in the world if you take tablet PC’s as being part of the numbers that go to delivering the end statistics, it seems like Apple simply can not go wrong at the moment.
IBM’s new mobile Endpoint Manager for mobile devices will allow corporations a chance to manage their staff mobile devices that may have access to their own systems.
Cloud computing in Europe will get a €10 boost from the European Cloud Partnership, but how is this supposed to bring about cloud computing to the masses in 2013, surely this figure is pathetically small, and what about all the issues!
Could Apple survive without Foxconn and access to a ready market of highly skilled cheap labour? We take a look at Apples potential dilemma.
HTC and IBM want to be seen in the business end of the smartphone and tablet market and so a partnership should forge some kind of mutually beneficial arrangement and tap into this lucrative enterprise market.
O2 finally fix a 15 day problem with mobile phone numbers being sent to websites you visit when using your mobile phone but bigger questions remain that need answering?
Apple are doing very well indeed: Apple have just published record profits for 2011, even in the face of naysayers who reckon that Android is finally catching up and Amazons Kindle Fire is picking off…
With Megaupload taken down by the law enforcement arms of the US Government how do you think other file sharing type businesses are feeling right now? We take good look at the industry and give our opinion.