With one exception, all of Apple’s attempts at User eXperience design equate to polishing a turd that was egested in the 1990s.
The internet is full of real reviews of unreleased products from everyone but Microsoft
Christ! How can a £90 phone be this smart?
Whether the world will notice this is quite a different matter.
Whilst Dani remains wedded to Android 5 on his Nexus 9, I have sold mine and also my iPad Mini to get an iPad Air 2. I am very pleased with it: it is fast, it has a great display, it runs Word and OneNote and there is a larger array of music apps for … Continue reading Christ! My iPad has got bigger!
I have been known to make the odd barbed comment about Apple devices and those who use them, so it may come as a bit of a shock to you, and indeed to me, that yesterday I quite willingly acquired an Apple iPad Mini 2. So willingly, in fact, that it took a lot of … Continue reading Christ! I have an iPad!
The future is bright, the future is orange!
Voltaire said, “Man is free the moment he wishes to be“. A view echoed by surprisingly many French thinkers, but one which has utterly failed to penetrate the leviathan that is the French state. In any case, had USB chargers existed in 18th century France, Voltaire might have thought twice before quipping. No matter how hard we wish, mankind still remains bound … Continue reading USB power freedom
Windows is the undisputed heavyweight champion in the old-school laptop, desktop and arguably server divisions, and its reign seems set to continue. In the new bright world of mobile devices, Microsoft, at least in terms of market share, remains a weakling.
Google’s flagship Nexus 9 tablet, the showcase for Android Lollipop and the latest, greatest ARM hardware, has been saved from fading into insignificance totally due to Miscrosoft’s release of touch-enabled Offices apps.