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Steve Jobs Reveals All – Air, iPhone, AppleTV, iTunes and the rest!

The MacBook Air is now official! The thinnest laptop ever made.  At its most portley it’s still thinner than the nearest competitor’s thinnest.  That’s small – Size zero in excelsis! Even if you’re an Apple-hater you should give a round of applause for the engineers who built it. At its ‘fattest’ edge (towards the rear – aint […]

iPlayer – 3.5m programmes and counting!

BBC News has provided some pretty interesting stats gathered from the first few weeks of the full BBC iPlayer launch. The hits list comes as no huge surprise with the (disappointing) Doctor Who Christmas Special, Top Gear and the “festive” edition of EastEnders coming out on top. What is interesting, however, is that almost half the content played via […]

Naughty Gizmodo!!

Those little tricksters at Gizmodo played a little joke at CES 2008 that has seen the perp banned from CES! If you haven’t heard; they went armed with a TV-Off remote and went round turning off flat-screen displays that were on the show.  Fortunately the monster one on Panasonic’s stand didn’t have an active IR port!  […]

Top 5 CES Trends

So, where will the not-too-distant future take us according to the many stands at the CES?  Are we going to get those long awaited flying cars, transporters and jet-packs? Not yet – but there are a few quite evident trends that I’ve noticed and here is my top 5: 1. Blu-Ray With more major studios […]

Blu is the Colour?

It’s looking pretty bleak for HD-DVD.   Blu-Ray was already looking quite strong with the likes of Disney, Fox and Sony on board but now Warner Brothers and New Line have joined in the Blu corner. HD-DVD still has its friends in the form of Universal and Viacom – but I’d wait a little longer before buying a HD-DVD only player.

RSS TV by Samsung

This is a simply brilliant and brilliantly simple idea – A tele that will update info via RSS. Samsung is to be lauded for this cool concept that has plenty of scope for use in all sorts of areas.  As well as being kept up-to-date at home; imagine City trader types having stock info on […]