The future looks mobile for Facebook

Facebook posted its financial report on July 23 for the second quarter of its 2014 financial year. The report shows financial pluses across the board for the mega social network in significant areas: Overall revenue for the second quarter of 2014 was $2.91 billion, an increase of 61 percent compared to the same period last […]

Test driving Samsung’s new 28-inch 4K UHD monitor

An important item on my tech shopping list is an ultra high definition (UHD) monitor to go with the new desktop PC I’m planning to buy for the home office. So when Samsung UK’s PR agency asked me if I’d like to test drive Samsung’s new 28-inch LED UHD monitor just launched in the UK, […]

Putting wearable tech in the business context

A quick search on Google for the term “wearable technology” will produce some 162,000 results, about what you might expect for two very broad key words on such a topic. The focus of course is very much a consumer one, where there is plenty to find about products like Google Glass, fitness bands, smartwatches, wearable […]

With Nomad, you’ll always find juice

The bane of contemporary mobile life is your smartphone running out of juice sooner than you expect (what many would undoubtedly see as a classic ‘First World problem‘). It usually happens to me at a conference or other event when I’m using my device a lot for tweets and pics and sharing them online, and […]

Renault pushes envelopes with the Kwid

Since the 1950s, concept cars have been ways that car manufacturers have showcased their ideas, talents and creativity about a new model of car, new styling and new technology. They’re typically shown with great fanfare at motor shows to gauge media and public reaction to new or radical designs that may or may not make […]