On this week’s podcast we discuss financial reports that show falling profits for Apple and flatlining revenues for Windows. We also look at government claims that 90% of companies have been affected by “cyber-attacks” in the past twelve months, and track the progress of the taxpayer-sponsored national broadband upgrade. Our hot hardware candidate is the Fuze, a Raspberry Pi-based system aimed at schools.
On this week’s podcast we discuss rumours that the Start button might be officially returning to Windows 8, pick apart Virgin and T-Mobile’s traffic management policies and ask why no one’s buying Chromebooks. Our hot hardware candidate is the Afinia H-Series 3D printer.
On this week’s podcast we discuss EE’s doubled 4G speeds, Microsoft’s latest Windows 8 discounts, the new Facebook Home front-end for Android and the rise and rise of digital currency BitCoin. Our hot hardware candidate is the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9in, an Android-based tablet in an unusual format.
On the podcast this week, Amazon launches its Cloud Drive service; Office 365 claims a quarter of all Office sales; Apple backs down in the Chinese warranty row; and we ponder whether the world’s ready for a Facebook phone. Our hot hardware candidate is the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2.