The Dell XPS 10 Windows RT-equipped convertible tablet will truly last all day and most of the night (and certainly cover the longest flight in the world). It has a very small-capacity hard drive, but if your digital life is truly in the cloud, the XPS 10 can totally be the everyday computer that you carry everywhere.Read more ›
Google has launched its first touchscreen laptop, the Chromebook Pixel, which brings a super-high resolution display but at a premium price point.Read more ›
Company unveils handset with a taller 4in screen and thinner body capable of running on superfast 4G mobile networksRead more ›
Hate lugging your laptop to presentations? Check out these apps that let you leave the laptop at the office.Read more ›
O2 have announced the launch of On & On, its new unlimited tariff created to deliver British small businesses with practical help and value in their day-to-day communications costs.Read more ›
Could the tiny Raspberry Pi do-it-yourself PC, which has a price of less than £20, help Britain to find the next Mark Zuckerberg?Read more ›
Neat and simple to use, The Belkin Go N300 DB Travel Router tackles a problem that should not existRead more ›
Research In Motion has finally announced that the new BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 has finally been released. RIM claim that BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 will ‘deliver an enhanced tablet experience and allows you to use the PlayBook in new ways throughout the day’. Surely the most important function is that in now has email capability?Read more ›
The Samsung Galaxy S2 is regarded by many as the best smartphone on the market at the moment. Yes even better than those models which feature a piece of fruit in their name!
So with mobile being the essential tool that every SME must be embracing I have put down my BlackBerry and spent a week in Android world with this Samsung Galaxy S2 to see if it really will help change your working life.