galaxy-note2
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 hit UK shops this week, with its 5.5-inch screen taking up some serious shelf space. It's the follow-up to the multi-million selling original Note, and is bigger and better than its predecessor. But where do Android handsets go from here? Read more
July 27th, 2012
google-fiber
Google is moving into broadband. And, as is the company's way, it's not doing things by halves. It's offering a quite ridiculous 1Gbit/sec, TV services, and a terabyte of cloud storage, all under the name of Google Fiber. It's firing a warning shot across the bow of Apple, Comcast, Virgin Media, Sky, BT, and anyone else with designs on your lounge. The phrase 'game changer' is used way too much nowadays, but in this case we feel it's justified. Read more
July 26th, 2012
4g-feature
About a year ago we brought you the full lowdown on what 4G is, how it works, and when it'll be coming to the UK. So what's happened over the last 12 months? Where are our 4G handsets? And when will we actually have 4G networks up and running? We've spoken to the industry experts for an update, and we have to warn you, there's a lot of squabbling going on… Read more
July 24th, 2012
Scam
You may not have heard of it, but a premium SMS scam is one of the most common ways of using your phone to diddle you out of your hard-earned. And with Android becoming more popular, the threat is only going to increase. But what is it? How does it work? And what can you do about it? We've spoken to the experts to bring you the lowdown on staying safe while using your mobile. Read more
July 6th, 2012
hawkeye
Hawk-Eye is coming to the beautiful game. Along with GoalRef, it'll help the man in black make the right shout come crunch time. So how will it work? Will it mean no more wrong decisions, or just hold up the action? Read more
July 5th, 2012
Nexus7
Google's tablet only makes the company very slight profits indeed - just $15 (£9.66) a tablet, if estimates are correct. Like Amazon has done with the Kindle Fire, it looks like Google is trying to build a following rather than sell it purely for profit. In which case, why not just make a loss? If Google was to take a hit, think of what could be possible… Read more
July 4th, 2012
youview
YouView finally launched today, after years of delays, renaming, and other issues. But what exactly is it? How did it get to its current shape? And how can it compete with other services on offer? Read on and find out. Read more
June 29th, 2012
iphone-iphone-3g-comparison
At the launch of the original iPhone, Steve Jobs claimed it was five years ahead of the competition. Well now here we are half a decade to the day since it went on sale in the US, let's take a look and consider. How would it stand up against today's models? Read more
 

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