I love Medion. They always manage to put out technology with really good specs that doesn’t cost the earth. This Sat Nav is rather pricy compared to its competitors. It’s got some nifty features, though, and a whopping 5″ screen, to compensate.
Let’s start with the price. £175. That’s more than double the price of some of the other sat navs on the market, according to a quick Amazon search. So what are you getting for your cash?
A new mobile service has come out of its beta testing period this week – Daily Downtime.
Daily Downtime’s unique in the mobile industry, in that it’s offering you mobile content for free. Yes, FREE! Simply sign up with your mobile number and a few details on its site and it’ll install itself on your phone. Whenever you want to kill a bit of time, simply fire up the app and download that day’s bundle of new content.
Cor. Facebook launched their applications a few weeks ago now, and they’ve taken off like a rocket. I’ve noticed friends signing up to six or seven a day, even the ones who wouldn’t normally know a Web 2.0 widget if it bit them on the nose. Here’s this week’s five new(ish) Facebook apps worth adding to your profile, anyway.