Author Archives: Adam Smith

Adam Smith
Adam is a freelance writer who has been published to a range of technology magazines over the last five years. Credits include PC Pro, Computer World, and Sky Magazine. He also writes for various online publications covering news and providing blog commentaries.

 

HP pushes out Chromebook

HP Logo HP has announced its first Chromebook device to take on the likes of Acer and Samsung, who have been making the Google-OS-powered cloudy notebooks for some time. The new HP Pavilion.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Computer News: Hardware, Tablet PC's, Computing

HTC M7 on sale in March

htc-1 HTC’s M7 smartphone should be unveiled within three weeks, and will be on sale shortly after, according to the latest speculation. We’d previously heard the rumour that the M7 phone would.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Android News, Mobile Phone News: Networks, Handsets, Mobile Computing, Smartphone News

EE brings 4G to 9 more towns

EE_Logo EE (Everything Everywhere) has switched its 4G LTE service on in nine further places across the UK. And those places are: Amersham, Bolton, Chelmsford, Hemel Hempstead, Southend-on-Sea, Stockport, Sunderland, Sutton Coldfield.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Mobile Phone News: Networks, Handsets, Mobile Computing, Smartphone News

Sony Xperia Z out in a month

If there’s one phone that caused a stir at CES, it’s the Sony Xperia Z – and the handset should be out very shortly, in just over a month’s time, according to online retailers. We’ve already been enthusing about Sony’s upcoming smartphone, as have many.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Android News, Mobile Phone News: Networks, Handsets, Mobile Computing, Smartphone News

Google+ now more popular than Twitter?

The latest statistics from Global Web Index indicate that Google+ is now second only to Facebook on a global basis when it comes to social networks. Facebook is, of course, way ahead with its billion plus membership, and according to Global Web Index, 51 per.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

Twitter launches Vine video service

Twitter has gone ahead and started up a new service called Vine, which allows users to share not short sentences, but short video clips. Yes, it’s essentially a visual interpretation of the humble 140 character tweet, except in this case, Vine video clips are limited.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

Elder Scrolls Online beta signup is live

Fancy beta testing the Elder Scrolls Online – the massively multiplayer version of the hit RPG game which is (allegedly) due out later this year? Well now you can sign up for a chance to be one of those first beta testers. Yes, if you.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Gaming News: PC, Xbox, PS3 & Nintendo

Sky Go Extra is unveiled

Sky watchers – the satellite variety of Sky, that is, not the one with stars in it – will be pleased to hear that Sky Go Extra is now available. This service lets you download Sky films and TV shows to your mobile device of.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Digital TV News: Satellite, Cable, IPTV & HDTV / 3DTV, IPTV News

Corning Gorilla Glass 3 is coming

Corning, famed makers of tough glass for smartphone displays, is planning on introducing a third version of its Gorilla Glass at next week’s CES. In a press statement, or pre-show teaser rather, the company said that Gorilla Glass 3 will boast a new glass composition,.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Mobile Phone News: Networks, Handsets, Mobile Computing, Smartphone News

Ubuntu is coming to smartphones

Canonical has announced that it is developing a version of its Ubuntu operating system which is designed to run on smartphones. As yet, which manufacturers will be involved with Ubuntu handsets is unclear, but the OS will run on both Arm and x86 powered phones... more
Posted in All Tech News, Mobile Phone News: Networks, Handsets, Mobile Computing, Smartphone News