One of the additional benefits that sold me on Pebble was its ability to interface with third party Apps, expanding its usefulness beyond the core phone and SMS functions. It was around May last year that Pebble and Runkeeper first announced their mutual support, and I was looking forward to trying it out – unfortunately [...]
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Today, Seagate unveiled its new flash-memory SSD solutions, announcing its first client SSD and next-generation enterprise SSDs. The SSD portfolio is engineered to deliver ultra-fast speed and high data integrity, and features the 600 SSD SATA, 600 Pro SSD SATA, 1200 SSD SAS and X8 Accelerator, powered by Virident. Gary Gentry, senior vice president and [...]
Tablets have come a long way since the first Android tablet popped up in 2009, and they’re fixing to get a whole lot fancier soon thanks to the LumiTab. It’s the world’s first “tablet projector” and if do a lot of presentations it may be just the thing for you.
Sleek and slim, the new tab of Samsung is finally here. What is the good news for consumers? The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will not be too hard on your pocket and won’t compromise on style either. The remarkable white colour of the Tab gives it a chic look. A lot more is packed in [...]
Moving your storage and computing needs to The Cloud is a term being banded around a lot at the moment, and with potential cost savings to be had many businesses are taking a look into what it can provide for them. TalkTalk Business supplies a range of cloud based business services, letting you provide many [...]
In case you missed it, a rogue discount code was circulating on-line giving 90% off products on the Razer website. As you can imagine, it got some usage – Razer traced and shut down this code, which it appears was a private testing code, which should have been removed from the website but wasn’t. In [...]