This week’s round up brings you the latest tech news from across the web from WT editor, Jenny Williams. Includes Lady Gaga’s Little Monsters social network, Amazon’s Kindle Fire announcement and Google’s Project Glass spotted on the New York runway.
Despite Pixie Lott seemingly being the face of the new Samsung Galaxy S3 (the perception of Android slowly shifting from techie to pop princess), it’s one of the ONLY handsets to be challenging Apple’s position in the mobile market. And I have serious phone envy, says WT editor, Jenny Williams
Witch Tech rounds up all the news, views and controversy following Apple’s iBooks announcements last week
With the rise of ultra high definition, 3D and projection technology, how close are we to a real home cinema experience?
Forcing CES to stop hiring in booth babes isn’t needed. The tech companies that fail to wake up from the 1970s will soon be as out-dated as its old-school gender perspectives
Lytro has introduced its new light field camera, which lets you focus a picture AFTER it’s taken. Prices start at $399. Is it worth it?
Spotify has released a preview of its mobile application for Blackberry devices – but not the Torch 9800
Google and Samsung have unveiled the new Galaxy Nexus smartphone, the first phone to run Google’s Android 4.0 operating system (OS), code-named Ice Cream Sandwich.
The Galaxy Nexus features a HD Super AMOLED display, five megapixel camera, 1.2GHz dual-core processor and NFC (near-field communications) support.
Ice Cream Sandwich has a re-designed UI with multi-tasking notifications and full [...]
WHSmith is bringing itself to Amazon’s level of modern retailing, with the launch of the Kobo Touch eReader with a starting price of £89 and a stylish quilted back
At its press bash in Camden Roundhouse last week, Cheryl Cole, Lady Gaga and Wil.i.am all turned up to support the release. The Sensation XL has bigged up its screen-size, camera mega-pixels and audio. Here are Witch Tech’s top five features