On the show this week: the UK’s £100m investment in fibre broadband goes under the spotlight, the Government reveals its plans for the ICT curriculum, Dell apologises for dishing out dodgy graphics card advice and Ofcom demands ISPs open up about traffic management. Plus, Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus – the first smartphone with Google’s latest Android OS – makes a play for Hot Hardware of the week.
On the podcast this week: Ultrabooks, anti-piracy laws and Microsoft’s new close-up Kinect. We also discuss the RAW vs. JPEG controversy and Samsung’s anti-Apple advert. Hot hardware candidate is Sony’s dual-screen Tablet P.
On the show this week: Microsoft overhauls updates for Windows 8, Google and O2 tackle the thorny issue of privacy controls and HarperCollins mulls over advertisements in ebooks. Plus, Adobe’s Android-powered image editing app, Photoshop Touch, makes a bid for Hot Software of the Week.
On the show this week: Nvidia targets laptops with Tegra 3, Adobe gives up on mobile Flash, Ofcom chief questions demand for fibre and we bid farewell to Britain’s tech emporiums. Plus, Nokia’s first Windows Phone 7 handset is up for Hot Hardware.
On the PC Pro podcast this week we consider Ubuntu’s chances as a tablet OS, discuss Kinect for businesses, the shocking price of hard disks and Nokia’s first Windows Phone 7 Phone, the incautiously named Lumia. Our hot hardware candidate is the Samsung 700Z laptop.