We recently reported about the rumoured paid download service called “Project Barcelona”, that the BBC were planning, and can now confirm that the service will be launching.
The service, which is going to be provided by Virgin Media, will be available from July and will offer commuters and tourists completely free and unlimited web access. However, once the Olympics are over, it will all change.
Well, that’s the printed versions that are gone at least. Digital education and information is where Encyclopedia Britannica are heading now and it’s something they’ve forseen for a long time.
A recent look at some of the new iPad applications has uncovered some very interesting results where apps such as Keynote and Numbers have nearly tripled in size, which could mean trouble for the smallest iPad of them all, the 16GB model.
Cambridge scientists have managed to create a hand-held device that removes printer ink from old documents so that the sheet of paper can be used again.
Apple have just confirmed that Apple fans in the UK will be able to start purchasing the new iPad from stores from 8am onwards.
Draw Something, which is essentially just a Pictionary application, has hit one hell of a milestone. It has been downloaded 20 million times and is set to become the number one social gaming endeavour on both the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
Ahead of the new iPad Friday (16th) release date, the predictions are in regarding the amount of units that Apple will sell, with the current prediction being 1 million units within the first 24 hours of being on sale.
It appears that Nokia have now completed their Maps web app, which will work on both iOS and Android smartphones. The new web app will bring features such as voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation to devices. Not bad at all for a free web application.
New reports have suggested that whilst Samsung dismissed claims that the Galaxy S3 would launch in April, a fairly close release date is still on the table for Samsung, with the device reportedly entering production fairly soon.