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Depending on how you feel about peripherals such as the iPad, 2010 was either a landmark year or a huge cause for concern. Though the iPad was far from being the first tablet computer on the market, it was the first to be marketed primarily as a platform for media such as books, movies, games, and music. While it was largely successful in those regards, it also came at the expense of technical computing power, ergonomics, as well as an open architecture. Still, the triumphs of the iPad have led way to the development of other similar devices, which are sure to be a trend in 2011.
at 5:59PM, 3 years ago |
Technology and Gaming
We've teamed up with Pocket-Lint and Adobe United Kingdom to bring you the chance of winning a copy of Adobe
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Chances are pretty good that you missed out on that HP Touchpad firesale from about a month back. I certainly know I did. Though I'm not terribly disappointed (how can I miss something I never had in the first place?) there may be another shot for us at an inexpensive tablet yet. This Wednesday, Amazon is set to reveal their own entry into the tablet market – the aptly named Kindle Fire. Get it? Because kindle, fire, Kindle Fire?
at 8:27AM, 3 years ago |
Technology and Gaming
A report published by American Express has
revealed that the internet is helping local shops to flourish. The report
claims that a new breed of internet savvy, cash conscious consumers dubbed the 'New
Villagers' are helping to transform the fortunes of many retailers.
By SavooStaffGuest Blogger
at 3:57PM, 3 years ago |
As we're sure most of you have noted, Google's inexplicable homepage doodle from yesterday consisted of nothing more than a group of balls that jumped around the page upon being hovered over with the mouse cursor. Though nobody has been able to figure out what the purpose of the doodle was, a few theories have manifested themselves. The most prominent of these is that Google is simply celebrating its 12th anniversary in a rather peculiar way. Others suggest that, because HTML5 was used to encode the doodle, it's the company's way of trying to push users to upgrade their browsers to HTML5 compliant ones. Beyond that, there are also rumblings that the new doodle is in preparation for some major announcement soon to be made by the search giant. Here at Savoo, all we know is that the logo doodle makes no sense to us and is there for no real reason. The same way these deals are here for no real reason (Other than to save you money, of course. And the fact that they're vaguely tech related.):
at 11:45AM, 4 years ago |