Remember a few months ago we revealed the aPad Android tablet, the iPad clone that was running Google's operating system instead? Well it's now popped up over at Light In The Box.com with a very tempting sub-£100 price tag….
More good news for Mr Jobs ahead of next week's big launch. Vodafone is claiming that in a week it has sold over 100,000 iPhones in the UK. The company isn't saying much but Vodafone UK CEO Guy Laurence, said…
Ok, so we don’t take as gospel everything TechCrunch UK says, but they have it on, ahem, good authority, that the 3G iPhone will be available free to O2 customers. Apparently it will ship on July 12th and will come gratis with an 18 month contract. No word yet on minimum monthly fees yet.
Apparently existing iPhone owners will be able to upgrade…
Time has put their annual top 100 Most Influential People poll online, with readers asked to vote on over 200 finalists.
As expected, the likes of Barack Obama, the Dalai Lama and…George Clooney all feature, but many tech maestros are featured predominantly too. It’s tough choosing between Microsoft lads Paul Allen, Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates, but what about Steve Jobs or Michael Dell?
Then there are the usual online characters, including Mark Zuckerberg, Matt Drudge,…
The One Laptop Per Child project which is giving much cheap happiness to deprived children and – more importantly – gave us rich lot the awesome Eee PC for Christmas, has a newer, cheaper rival on the horizon.
Start-up Pixel Qi has set out to trump the OLPC’s “$100 laptop” scheme by aiming to build screen components for a laptop that, once done, will cost $75 per unit to manufacture.
Behind PixelQi is Mary Lou Jepsen, who was chief technology officer of the One Laptop Per Child project. Her company’s web site