We are back with show 16, this week we discuss Googles purchase of Motorola Mobility, UK distance selling regulations, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and amidst all the rumours of the iPhone 5, Kev buys another iPhone 4. (more…)
Please note this post will only be of (possible!) interest to UK readers, as it deals with UK consumer rules.
So, you have worked out that you can afford your latest gadget acquisition, and of course, you are very keen to get it as soon as possible. You know it will be cheaper online, but Currys/Comet/PC World/Tesco/etc also have one in stock, and its only a *few* quid more, and you can have it NOW!
Well, I have to confess being in that scenario more than once, but shopping for anything, but especially the tech toys we all like, is constantly changing, and it is possible to combine both the pricing of online, with the safety net of a bricks and mortar store should something go wrong. (more…)
I just took delivery of a new HTC Flyer 32gb, 3G (and wi-fi) model from Amazon UK. The Flyer is a 7″ LCD screened Android Tablet, although it still runs Gingerbread, which Google themselves say is not Tablet ready. It is heavily skinned with HTC Sense, something many phone users will know very well indeed, and I have to say, for a 7″ Tablet, I am not convinced Honeycomb is actually that important. It’s USP is the included (not in the USA, where is it an extra $80) Stylus, which gives all sorts of extra functions, but more on that later.
As an aside, it arrived in a bit of a scruffy box, sealed, but looking like it has sat on the shelf a while, and maybe if we look at pricing, it may give a clue. The RRP for this version is £599 which at first glance looks expensive when compared to something like a Galaxy Tab 7, which is also a 7″ Android Tablet running the phone version of the OS, Gingerbread, available as a 16GB version with 3g and wi-fi often at £299 or a little more. (more…)
In show 15, Kev and Nick are joined by Don McAllister from ScreenCastsOnline to discuss the new MacBook Air and the latest version of Mac OSX, Lion.
ScreenCastsOnline offer a brand new video tutorial every week, designed to help you get the most out of your Mac, iPad and iPhone, and Don has kindly offered TechTalkUK listeners 50% off for the first 3 months, using Promo Code TTUK2011 at checkout. (more…)