By Phil Dickenson on 20 September, 2012
Can the iPhone 5 app-athy be fixed?
It kinda looks like I wasn’t alone in my opinion of the new iPhone last week. There were quite a few tech bloggers, journalists and reviewers who felt it wasn’t the leap …
By Phil Dickenson on 13 September, 2012
Is the iPhone 5 good enough?
Maybe I’m in a bad mood. Maybe I expect too much. But yesterday, with the launch of the iPhone 5, I was underwhelmed. I wasn’t impressed. In fact, I would even go as …
By Phil Dickenson on 30 August, 2012
You win some, you lose some.
That has been Samsung’s luck of late. After losing the latest round of patent battles with Apple, in which they have been asked to pay more than $1Bn in damages, they have now …
By Phil Dickenson on 16 August, 2012
Is this the beginning of the end for Adobe’s Flash player? It looks like Adobe is admitting it is!
Yesterday Adobe put out a press release saying that it will be withdrawing the Flash plug-in for Android devices form the …
By Phil Dickenson on 2 March, 2012
Most the news this week has been coming from The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
With the gap between your smartphone and your laptop ever diminishing it is no surprise that the MWC has become almost as …
By Phil Dickenson on 16 November, 2011
Figures released recently by Gartner, the technology analysis company, give a very interesting* perspective on the changing way consumers are using computers.