The “Twitter joke trial” may have finally wound its torturous way to a conclusion, with the winning today of an appeal by Paul Chambers against his conviction, but amidst all the rejoicing, it’s prudent, I think, to sound a more cautious note. At a time when society has, in general, been becoming more liberal in… Read More Online chat in the UK is still not free
I was rather hoping I’d get my Nexus 7 today; I had a dispatch note from Google, with a TNT tracking number. And an email saying they’d upgraded the shipping – probably to make up for the annoyance suffered by people who’ve pre-ordered, only to see those who waited get their units first. Throughout the… Read More Waiting for a Nexus 7
I hadn’t planned on writing about YouView again so soon, but one of the things I’ve noticed is that there are some elements of the tech press and other savvy folk who are writing it off, and a bit prematurely, I think. I overheard some people at the press launch talking about how easy it… Read More YouView: Connected TV’s Symbian moment?
YouView beta testers got their boxes last week, and this morning it was the turn of the press to find out more about the long-delayed service, with a launch at the Movie Museum (formerly the hallowed portals of County Hall, on the South Bank). There are plenty of pieces around the web talking about various… Read More YouView’s here. Was it worth the wait?