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Posted on21. Jul, 2010 by Ann-Marie.
Already firmly established as one of the world’s biggest IT manufacturer and suppliers, Acer have firmly fixed their sights on the smartphone market. Their current goal is to secure themselves in the top 5 manufacturers by the year 2014 with a market share of 10% minimum. Being the new boys on the block will Acer smartphones have what it takes to muscle in on the action? [...]
Posted on16. Jul, 2010 by Ann-Marie.
So for the UK, the World Cup turned out to be a bit of a bust, and Wimbledon didn’t really afford us a chance to restore our national pride but all is not yet lost. Before the summer is over we could find ourselves basking in a bit of sporting glory via the wonderful medium of golf. [...]
Posted on09. Apr, 2010 by Ann-Marie.
HTC has added a couple of new recruits to its ever growing Android army, one being the HTC Legend. As the fifth Android device that HTC has released on these shores, does it offer anything more than existing Androids in rank and file? Plus, I’m curious as to whether it’ll bring anything more to the party other than the fabulous name.
On the surface the Legend is very HTC. Sleek, ergonomic, minimal – almost so pretty that you don’t want to touch it for fear of leaving fingermarks (or is that just me?). Look a little deeper though and it’s clear that this particular ‘droid has come dressed and ready for battle. [...]
Posted on29. Oct, 2009 by Derek.
For a limited time only, TotalPDA are proud to offer the fantastic Fujitsu Siemens Pocket Loox N560 PDA, a £50 Memory Map Digital Map Shop voucher, plus a Proporta advanced screen protector – all for an outstanding £175! Not only that, but this superb bundle includes free delivery while stocks last, making this an all-round cracking deal.
As a standalone PDA, the Fujitsu Siemens Pocket Loox N560 delivers all of the features you need to keep yourself organised. With Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, a fast Intel® PXA270 624 MHz processor, a bright, clear 3.5 inch 480 x 640 pixel VGA display and Windows Mobile Operating system, the Pocket Loox N560 provides powerful business functionality at a tap of the screen.
Coupled with a £50 Memory Map Digital Map Shop voucher for 1,500sqkm of Ordnance Survey Explorer 1:25,000 mapping, you can take your Pocket Loox N560 even further. This exclusive voucher deal lets you choose your own custom maps areas and download OS maps to your PC or straight to your Fujitsu Siemens N560 via its built-in WiFi. Used alongside the built-in GPS receiver of the Fujitsu Siemens N560, you can enjoy real-time positioning and bring out the explorer in you.
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Posted on09. Jun, 2008 by Derek.
Straight from the mouth of TomTom themselves I have a full compatibility list of devices that will work with the TomTom Navigator 6. Not a very interesting post I know, but thought some people out there would appreciate it. They haven’t given me an answer yet on whether one license key will activate your phone and PDA, but say they will get back to me. There are some incompatibilities that I can’t explain, so if anyone knows of others to add, let me know and I’ll post them here. Anyway, here we go: