The latest research from Broadbandgenie.co.uk has shown that most UK consumers won’t dream of paying £400 for an Apple iPad, despite the desirability of the UK’s number one new gadget.
This week’s top digital trends: Emails going missing | Xmas e-tail spend | Recession-proof jobs | PC rage | Online divorces | Customer service | Tablet sales | National Debt | US mobile data revenues
Despite its detractors, Apple’s iPad has lead the way in creating demand for tablet devices. Melita Shelley, head of user experience, Pod1, takes a look at what the future holds for what Steve Jobs calls ‘third category’ devices…
Apple has reportedly teamed with SIM-card manufacturer Gemalto to create a ‘special’ SIM card that could allow the company to offer telephony services direct rather than rely on third party carriers.
Pictures of Sony Ericson’s widely rumoured ‘PlayStation phone’ have been released, confirming speculation that the electronics giant is set to take on Apple in the smartphone market.
Amazon is set to introduce and e-book lending service for the Kindle e-reader.
Google’s Android ad revenue has surpassed that of Apple’s mobile devices, despite the iPhone accounting for more ad impressions, according to new data from ad network Millennial Media.
Internet brands are now the closest to UK consumers’ hearts, with the three most popular brands in the UK coming from the web, according to a new survey.
This weeks top digital trends: Display ads still top priority | Customer expectations online | Mobile Broadband | Online CRM | North American Apps | Online air travel check-in | Cloud Computing | Voice operated apps | Top 100 British icons
Microsoft is gearing up to unveil its new Windows Phone 7 operating system and a compatible range of devices at a New York event today, as the software giant looks to take on the likes of Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android in the fast growing smartphone market.