Articles Posted on 04 December 2012
Today's Tech: EE provides free security for Android, The Times offers discounted Nexus 7s, Qualcomm eyes Sharp investment
The pick of the content from ITProPortal today, also including the new iMac getting a thorough once-over in our latest review.
This brand new tablet from Lenovo promises to offer a compelling alternative to the Google Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 devices.
A nice looking, affordable barebone PC that gives you flexibility to build a scalable home theatre computer on a budget.
The Swiss intelligence agency, NDB, has notified the UK over a security breach after it caught an employee with stolen sensitive data.
The Viewsonic VX2770Smh-LED is an attractive 27in IPS monitor that delivers very good colour and off-angle viewing performance.
Metric Science was co-founded a year ago by Babac Vafaey to serve as an analytics platform for advertisers and publishers.
Asda has cut the price of the Sony Xperia U by a tenner and is also giving a £50 Asda Gift card with this smartphone.
Subscribers to the network and its subsidiaries, T-Mobile and Orange, will receive pre-loaded security with new Android devices.
Be quick, the Nexus 4 will be available in less than one hour on Google Play and we suspect that the site will be very busy.
Sandwiched between the £299 LG Optimus 4X and the £399 Samsung Galaxy S3 is the HTC One X smartphone, the son of the HTC Sensation.