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The iPad 2 Competitors – Which tablet is better?

The iPad 2 Competitors – Which tablet is better?

So in our iPad 2 Guide: 5 reasons to upgrade, 5 reasons not to we said we would recommend you waiting for a iPad 2 competitor at the very least, if you weren’t sure about getting one, so what we decided to do is to show a break down the biggest potential threats to the ipad 2 crown. So apart from the iPad 2, we have the Motorola Xoom (using Android 3.0), the HP TouchPad (using webOS 3.0), an... »

Chic Tech Gifts, for the Ladies

Chic Tech Gifts, for the Ladies

The term ‘Chic’ can be defined as Stylish, Fashionable, and Elegant. In our recently introduced ‘Fashion’ Category, we felt that the Ladies out there might want to have a look at a few ‘Chic’ Tech Gifts we found available on the internet, either to purchase for themselves or for a future gift. Men take note as well, these are some excellent birthday presents in ... »

iPad 2: 5 reasons to upgrade, 5 not to

iPad 2: 5 reasons to upgrade, 5 not to

With Apple’s iPad 2 release tomorrow in the US (5pm local time in stores), and and the rest of the world having to wait till the 25th of March, we thought it would be a good time to weigh up the pro’s and con’s of getting or upgrading to the iPad 2. This guide extends to those who own the original iPad, and to those thinking of purchasing the iPad 2. So without further a due, we ... »

Know your smartphone Screens

Know your smartphone Screens

There comes a point in time when everybody either wants or needs to buy a new phone. It might be today, or next year, but the fact remains that you will upgrade your phone. Whenever my friends have found themselves wanting to upgrade their phones I have noticed they are usually unsure of what all the technical terms mean, a problem they share with most people. But the term that seems to cause the ... »

Windows Phone 7 (Microsoft)

Windows Phone 7 (Microsoft)

What is Windows Phone 7? Windows Phone 7, or as it is also know – WP7, is Microsoft’s new take on their Mobile Operating System (OS) and the newest Mobile OS to hit the markets. Released late October 2010, it is a much needed upgrade (and improvement) on their old Mobile Operating Sytem – Windows Mobile. While the name’s might sound similar, the OS are in no way similar. Wh... »

BlackBerry OS (Research In Motion)

What is BlackBerry OS? To get to BlackBerry Operating Software (OS), we must first quickly understand what a BlackBerry Device is. A BlackBerry is a smartphone created by Research In Motion (RIM), and is mainly used by people within the Business Market. Their phones mainly have a small screen, accompanied by a qwerty style keyboard (see picture below), although recently they have begun releasing T... »

iOS (Apple)

What is iOS? iOS is Apple’s Mobile Operating System. Apple not only build and develop their own Operation System, but they also build the actual phone (hardware) themselves. The iOS is used on the iPhone (phone), iPod Touch (mp3 player), and iPad (tablet). The phone is one of the most popular phones in the world, and the iOS is easier to use than other competitors like Android. Apple Product... »

Android (Google)

What is Android? Simply put, Android is Google’s Mobile  Operation System, meaning the system they put into phones. Google do not build phones themselves, but let other companies such as HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola, etc.. build the phones, and they simply build the OS (Operating System) that goes into the phone. Google first released Android in 2008. Since then, it has become one of the most ... »

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