‘Product Review’ Category

Office 365 now available for Apple iPhone

Microsoft Finally Launches Office For iPhone After many years of rumors, speculation and waiting, Microsoft has finally released a version of Office for the iPhone.  But not a full version and not a version for everyday users. Office for iPhone, not iPad only works for Office 365 subscribers. Or in other words for those users

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What is skeuomorphic design?

Apple’s iOS was revolutionary when it arrived on the iPhone in 2007 Because there was nothing like it–the combination of touch hardware and gesture software was amazing. Apple has kept the OS evolving ever since, introducing new features like the powerful Siri system all the time. A recent blog post caught our eye as it

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Testing broadband speed

We all live by Broadband – How do you know what speed you are getting? Warning – This is a rant: Frustration at BT Broadband For the past 10 months DSL was fine, a reasonably steady 3.5 Mb speed. Then for most of last week our BT Broadband connection seemed very slow indeed. Websites were

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Five tips on using Google Analytics

Five tips on using Google Analytics

Five things you should know about Google Analytics Takeaway: Google Analytics is a free analysis service which measures website activity and performance. These five tips can help you get more out of it. Google Analytics is an advanced technology which can help you measure how your company’s online marketing and presence is working. It gathers

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Microsoft Windows 8 Review – OMG what have they done to Windows?

Alastair Dodwell – Aug 21st 2012 The beta versions of Windows 8 have been around for some time and now Microsoft has just released the code to Manufacturing or as they call it RTM. Expect to see growing numbers of Win 8 press and marketing activities. The official launch date is set for October 26th.

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New iPad arrives

Our brand new iPad – the so called iPad 3 just arrived care of a man in a van The box looks just the same. The content just as expected – you get a charger and a cable.The iPad itself is marginally thicker by a couple of mm. The outside edge is slightly different, but

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Mobile commerce and accepting debit and credit cards on iPads and iPhones

Mobile Commerce Alastair Dodwell August 31st 2012 – Updated Dec 2012. For many mobile traders or companies offering services from a non-fixed location, accepting and processing credit cards has never been easy or cost-effective. New technology accompanied by new business models are rapidly challenging this paradigm. With the growth in mobile communications and the advances

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