In celebration of the App Store turning one this weekend, and in an attempt to try to prove to Dan that it's not a load of novelty nonsense, I now present to you the 101 best iPhone apps in the world today. Quite some claim, huh? I know that one of your favourites won't be listed here, and you'll be shocked, appalled or just mildly ticked off that I've dared to include X or Y by Company Z, but there you go -- that's lists for you...
What? Hasn't the OS X versus Windows debate died out yet? 'fraid not, and it's not likely to either. So, without further ado, here are ten superb reasons why you should switch to Mac OS X.
Consumer camcorder technology has come on in leaps and bounds in the past couple of years, as evidenced by the number of high definition models we've reviewed on Tech Digest.
All that technology doesn't necessarily come cheap, though. Is it possible to get full HD on a fairly modest (sub-£500) budget?
Here are ten 1080p-capable camcorders that offer you a way in to high definition film-making.
Click on the image below to start the tour.
The British camping season is now truly upon us, offering inexpensive holidays under canvas. Here are 25 bits of kit that will make your life a lot easier, whether you're cooking, foraging, hiking, or relaxing under the stars.
The widely acknowledged founder of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, has been named as the most influential person in technology over the past 150 years for his impact on society and groundbreaking technology. Intel invited a panel of experts to vote on the world's 45 most influential technologists, and came up with some interesting results. Following Sir Tim come the two founders of Google, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, in second and third places. In fourth place is Gugilelmo Marconi, inventor of the radiotelegraph system, and in fifth place, Jack Kilby, inventor of the integrated circuit and calculator.
Hey gals! And potentially boys! Fancy snagging yourself an internet-famous millionaire? We're not just talking crusty has-beens like Al Gore either, we're talking hot, sweet, under-30 year olds who still have their own teeth. Although Jake Nickell from Threadless is on the list, so I may have to retract that last claim, he's surely been wearing falsies for years now due to their incredibly slow international postage and lots of angry customers. Ryan Block, Editor of Engadget (#11 on the list) however has claimed...