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Windows 8 has launched. It’s spilling across the world as you read this, fixing to stop PCs from being dull, and at the same time giving Microsoft a serious footing in the hitherto Apple-dominated tablet market. Thankfully, the publishing world is trying to help.
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Aside from allowing users to inform an army of followers of their dietary movements and day to day movements, Twitter can occasionally be put to genuinely brilliant uses. When you’ve got over 150 million potential chums, there’s little you can’t do if your cause is a worthy one – like tracking down stolen Olympic medals. Question is, is Twitter’s power verging on the Orwellian? Read more
After months and months of waiting and a drip-feed of information, Microsoft has finally launched Windows 8. The next generation operating software is a bold departure from the Windows of yore, but whether you like it or not, there’s no denying its freshness. Wanna see what all the fuss is about? Read more
Lovefilm, the DVD rental-turned streaming service which is owned by Amazon, has spent the past year battling against Netflix for the top spot on the UK movie streaming charts. Will the service’s integration with the dirt-cheap Amazon Kindle Fire tabs give it a leg up in the run up to Christmas? And can a stellar new feature tip it over the edge? Read more
Big Issue! Big Issue! Big Issue?! No? Oh, well how about if you could read it online? The UK street stalwart is moving from print to digital after 21 years in circulation. And it’s doing it in quite an innovative way. Are you paying attention, print media? Read more
Making a video that successfully showcases the skill, knowledge and passion that goes into making a product is an art form. Companies like Apple and Google routinely knock their product videos out of the park, but you don’t need to have mountains of cash and resources. Hey, if these guys can do it, why can’t you? Read more
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