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On the Surface, this looks good

Microsoft has announced Surface 2.0, an evolved version of (surprisingly enough) its original Surface product. The original version looked like a little pool table, and was aimed at a small set of verticals where a horizontal, multi-touch system made sense. The system provided an environment where a group of people could get together and share information in a multi-touch environment, ... Read More »

Review: LG Electronics’ E1910P monitor

LG Electronics‘ E10 business monitor range consists of two models: the 19-inch E1910P and the 22-inch E2210P. We tested the E1910P model. LG says the E1910P delivers a 40 per cent power reduction, due to its LED-backlit screen. It says the monitor has a 25W power consumption, compared with around 43W for conventional backlit LCD monitors, and that the E1910P ... Read More »

Blurred vision

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Review: Apple Thunderbolt Display

Apple’s Thunderbolt Display is a 27-inch, LED-backlit, in-plane switched (IPS) display which provides a bigger view and extra screen estate for Apple’s Thunderbolt-enabled hardware (see picture). The display can also be used as a hub for connecting flash drives and other peripherals. The display has three USB 2.0, one FireWire 800, and a gigabit Ethernet connection at the rear (see ... Read More »

Microsoft announces acquisition of multitouch display company Perceptive Pixel

Microsoft has announced the acquisition of Perceptive Pixel, a company specialising in multitouch display solutions in broadcast, government, defence and higher education, among other sectors. Microsoft used its Wordwide Partner Conference 2012 in Toronto today to put on a bombastic demonstration of the technology using a 82in touchscreen and a Windows 8 Metro interface. After the demo, Microsoft CEO Steve ... Read More »

H4cked Off: The smartphone is dead

The smartphone is dead. At least, it is for me. I bought a Google Nexus 7 the other week, and I just love it. I’m not new to the tablet space; I’ve been an iPad owner for a while (see picture), even if my ownership was due to a recruitment drive by a previous employer rather than my own personal ... Read More »

More Google Glass details revealed in new video

Google has released another promotional video for its widely-anticipated Glass project – the wearable device which takes the form of a pair of translucent spectacles that appear to enrich the user’s experience of the world around them. The new video, which includes scenes that could be comfortably described as atypical – unless the average Google Glass wearer fills their days ... Read More »

Apple patents wraparound smartphone screen technology

Why Aggregate Industries dropped ‘inflexible, not easy to use’ IBM Cognos for Qlik business intelligence Read More »

Microsoft hints room-size projector technology for next Xbox

Why Apple’s iPad Pro is absolutely no good for the enterprise Read More »

Apple’s new iPad Mini Retina displays are ‘not ready’

G-Cloud 7 has ‘straightjacket clause’ that will hamper ability to save costs, claims Eduserv Read More »

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