Inspect-a-Gadget:

November, 2013


November 29, 2013  2:12 PM

REVIEW: The iPad Air

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
Apple, BYOD, Christmas, eBuyer, icloud, IOS, ipad, iPhone, iTunes, Wi-Fi

A lot of people have complained that the new iPad Air isn't different enough from the previous iPads to justify the asking price. After using it though, I think that it's just different enough in all the right ways. 

It's thinner, lighter and slicker than...

November 25, 2013  3:45 PM

BlackBerry Z30 review – can the fruity firm’s phablet win us over?

jscott1 Profile: jscott1
BlackBerry, BlackBerry 10, review, Z30

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November 22, 2013  3:37 PM

Five things you’ll one day be able to do via the internet

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
city university london, Internet, Mobile, Mobile technology, Pervasive Computing

After a very surreal chat with a professor at City University London, I was filled in on the concept of multi-sensory human communication. It's a bit of a mouthful, but Adrian David Cheok, professor of


November 12, 2013  5:14 PM

Stephen Fry explains the evolution of technology

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
cloud, Cloud Computing, Computing, Databarracks, E-commerce, Software

Databarracks has teamed up with Cognitive Media to produce this neat little animation describing the journey of mankind through the ages of technology. And who better to narrate such a video than gadget-man Stephen Fry.


November 7, 2013  4:53 PM

British Airways deploys Panasonic Toughpads to help turnaround time for flights

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
Toughbook, Toughpad

I was invited to take a flight to the Isle of Man with BA Cityflyer to see a demonstration of the Panasonic Toughpad, which is used for flights from London City Airport to keep tabs on flight data.


November 1, 2013  3:02 PM

Google launches new Nexus 5 smartphone with Android KitKat OS

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
Android, Google, lg, Nexus, smartphone

Google has revealed its new LG-made Nexus 5 smartphone, a lighter, thinner version of the previous Nexus 4. Despite the change in size, the touchscreen itself is actually bigger, and the device runs the new version of the Android operating system, 4.4 KitKat.


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