Tech news tagged ‘iPhone’

Only Connect: Apple’s new Lightning connector splits opinion

Welcome to another post in the series by Nick Locke, of Nicab Ltd, who has over 15 years experience in the electronics manufacturing industry specialising in interconnection cable assembly.The latest iPhone 5 will undoubtedly be a great success and sell by the truck load. Something that is very interesting…

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Cutting the cord with cable TV

A guest post by Matthew Scherer of DataBeans.net Cable television traces its origins back to 1948, and the basic model has surprisingly managed to stay very relevant since then with the addition of a few key features, such as HD content, over the past few years. But cable’s…

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Will he or won’t he (buy an iPad)?

Electronics Weekly’s esteemed Component Editor, David Manners, has many virtues, but I’m sorry to say it seems constancy is not one of them. Not when it comes to an Apple iPad…On the Mannerisms blog, he was against it, and then for it, and now he is agin…

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Photos: iPhone apps for engineers

A new Picture Gallery has been added to our index – a roundup of interesting iPhone apps for those engineers lucky enough to own the Apple phone.Apps covered range from scientific calculators to logic tables and German translation tools…View the iPhone apps for engineers gallery View all Electronics Weekly…

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Picture Gallery – The smartest business smartphones

A new Picture Gallery has been added to our index – a look at the smartest business smartphones currently available. We’ve written about most of them, at least tangentially, but here is a pictorial overview.From the HTC Hero and Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 to the Palm Pre and the…

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Google Latitude searches for results

The most basic search question of all: “Where are you?”…I was writing about GPS developments yesterday, and today an interesting press release from Google arrives in my inbox. Announcing Google Latitude, it promises a solution to friends questioning you ‘Where are you?’”It is an opt-in feature in…

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Google G1 phone finally arrives. Almost

After the months of speculation, the first ever “Google phone” has been released – the G1 phone from T-Mobile and HTC, running on the Google-backed Android open source platform.But this was still just the official unveiling. While the phone will be available in the States on 22 October…

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