There was so much stuff announced at Apple's WWDC keynote yesterday, it's hard to know where to start.
But one thing was abundantly clear: The humble mouse you've got plugged into your computer is living on borrowed time. There are Lions prowling, and they're hungry for mouse-sized snacks.
If you’re reading this today then you’re probably not going to be surprised to find out what I’m about to tell you.
If it has gotten passed on to you via your mail account and you’re reading it on Internet Explorer, I apologize in advance.
Sony's groundbreaking portable cassette player, the Walkman, has beaten Apple's iPod in a poll of the greatest technology inventions in the last 50 years.
The Walkman came second overall, beating Apple's digital device into third.
After dropping the Ericsson brand for the Xperia S, Sony’s next release is the mid-range Xperia P.
They’re similar in design, with the same see-through bar at the bottom for the back, home and menu symbols, only this time they’re actual buttons. Build quality is fine throughout, and our only design criticism is the inability to replace the battery or upgrade storage.