HP rebranding logic: a wise decision?

It’s over a month since HP revealed their new webOS devices and with it seemingly dumped the Palm brand into the history books. Even though my brain now has had time to process their decision I can’t help but think it’s a mistake. Yes the Palm name may be a little tainted but I still … Continue reading

Apps: The new flood starts here…

Android App Inventor

Now I don’t like programming, my brain just doesn’t work that way. But I’m always intrigued by new ways of making it easier. Most of these have a desktop publishing package approach. Over the years I’ve used software ranging from Visual Basic to NetObjects Fusion . Now you’ll no doubt be saying “Hang on! Fusion is a … Continue reading

iPad: a commitment, not a simple purchase

The iPad

So the iPad was released in the UK today and I won’t be buying one. There are many reasons. Where shall I start…. Well it’s just too expensive for me personally at the moment. Self-employment  and a non-steady income stream aren’t circumstances common of a sensible gadget fan especially at a products launch when prices … Continue reading

Sony’s Bright Idea?

Sony VAIO P-Series

Well what do you know? Yesterday, a mere day after my P-Series post the first reviews and analysis of the 2nd generation P-Series appeared during my daily browse. PC Pro have reviewed the new model (here) and they weren’t that impressed, but it was better than the last model so there’s some progress. Magazine writer … Continue reading

Will Sony take the P again?

Sony VAIO P-Series

Last year Sony launched the VAIO P-Series and deluded themselves that they weren’t entering the netbook market. Who were they kidding? It had an Atom processor in it, so what else was it going to be? Well it was different from many netbooks in some respects, the form-factor being the glaringly obvious one, it was … Continue reading

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