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Apple on Tuesday announced plans to introduce a new fourth-generation iPad model with 128GB of storage, twice the capacity of its previous high end model. The new version goes on sale Feburary 5, 2013 for $799 for Wi-Fi only and …
An interesting read here from a Times columnist about moving into a post pc future and just how well the iPad copes with being a content creation tool. I personally fall into the consumption role and not using the …
Judge first insists Samsung Galaxy not as cool as iPad, but then wants Apple to promote Galaxy on their site??
For those not familiar with the goings on, a UK judge ruled that Samsung couldn’t of copied …
Here’s a random news item that’s hit our in-boxes today. Orangutans at a Florida zoo are using iPads to communicate with their keepers. Staff at Jungle Island Zoo in Miami could eventually use the tablets to tell them what they want to eat.
Have to applaud Three with this move. Those of us travelling around the Euro zone are continually hit with massive data charges should we dare to check emails or updates etc. Three have introduced the Three’s Euro Internet Pass, unlimited browsing for just £5 a day whilst in the EU
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 might is probably main contender to the smartphone crowd given the dearth of Android handsets. Granted in our experience “normal” users seem to prefer the more diminutive size of the Galaxy S2, yet there is the same old problem, what’s the best phone tariff to get with your Galaxy s3 phone. We’ve taken a look at all the UK mobile providers and come up with a handy comparison chart so you get the best tariff out there.
It’s not just all things Apple that inspires an article here at EssentialMac. At the moment the tech community is a buzz with anticipation and excitement of the upcoming release of the Samsung Galaxy S3. The Galaxy s3 looks a mighty fine handset with some unique features like it knowing when you are looking at it. Here’s a look at some of the features and a video from a huge unboxing event at Earls Court, London..
Recently in the podcast I had a good old rant about the lack of proper information when people simply state the new iPad is a data chewer. In the UK we won’t be getting anything like LTE (4g) internet at least until the latter end of 2013.
With that in mind we’ve gone through some of the most popular mobile providers in the uk to compare their data tarrifs to help you understand the deals out there.
I might have lifted that comment from a profilic iPad jailbreaker @chpwn which is odd as we barely cover anything jailbreakesq but it’s true. It’s made even more so by the fact that the people over at Wired.com have put the “overheating” iPad 3 in perspective amongst several other tech sites.
So in the wake of all these claims that the new iPad will burn your childern and act as a “Penis Iron” I decided to do some very unscientific journalism. My first stop was Google where I did a very quick search to ask “What temperature does skin starts to burn at.”