Both devices are now available to pre-order (via the Amazon.co.uk website – you can use the links above) on a first come-first served basis and are set to release on the 25th of October later next month.
A little while back, I know a lot of UK fans of the Kindle and Kindle keyboard 3G were hoping that the Kindle Fire was going to be released soon after it hit the shelves in the US, however it was later revealed that the UK were getting the Kindle Touch instead. Whilst a lot of fans welcomed the Kindle Touch, I couldn’t help but notice there was a bit of disappointment in the air at the time knowing it would be some time later, before they got their hands on the Kindle Fire.
Bit of a late post here but I’m at work (shh!), so need to keep it short and sweet.
Samsung’s launch event will take place at 7pm tonight (in less than 20 minutes) – where we will see the launch of the much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone.
You can get Samsung launch event live coverage (via PC Advisor) using the link below:
Or, if you want live video footage of the event, follow the link below:
I’ll be watching this via my iPad 2 from my desk, oh yes !
Yes, you are reading this correctly and I know the iPad 2 to many of you is considered as old news now – however I’ve just recently jumped aboard the iPad train and realised what an awesome piece of kit it actually is.
So the latest version of the Android OS (4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich) was unleashed upon us this morning alongside the unveiling of the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus smart phone.
The new version of Android seems to pack a lot of upgraded features, with some-such as folder management, voice activation, and taking screenshots-already appearing on handsets currently on the market, such as the iPhone 4. It was also announced that the home screen, phone apps and everything in-between has been replanned and redesigned, making Android more useful, simpler to use and visually appealing than ever before.
I won’t cover all of the features here, but I have 3 favourites which I like the sound of…
It’s true and now official: The world’s number one and everyone’s favourite crime simulator series hits handheld devices this fall!
So Apple had its press conference yesterday and Tim Cook took some time in introducing the newest version of the iPhone family, the iPhone 4S. But is it actually that good? Lets take a quicker look at what you’ll get with the new 4s…
First of all, the aesthetics of the new 4S are identical to the iPhone 4, so there are no changes to the overall appearance of the new device compared to its predecessor. Looking like an iPhone 4 on the outside, the 4S has had some power-ups on the inside…