Wednesday 14 March 2012


Archos planning a Android Transformer rival.
   Archos look like they will have a new kid on the block; it looks to be a rival to the Asus' Transformers. It's a sleek looking bit of kit and if the price is right like most of Archos' other offerings this will be a great contender for the Android tablet productivity crown!
   We can expect a dual-core processor and Android 4.0 out of the box at the very least even with the low pricepoint, keep it locked to TheTechFella for the latest news on this badboy.

London Tube to get free Wifi for Olympics this summer!
   Ok, so the promise to get mobile phone signal up and running on London's Tube for the Olympic Games has fallen through but the second best option will be offered instead! The London mayor, Boris Johnson, has chosen Virgin to be the provider of the service which starts July 27 and ends August 12.
   After that, the WiFi service will be made available to people but only as part of Virgin Media’s broadband and mobile subscriptions.
   WiFi will be brought to 80 Tube stations before summer starts and will eventually reach 120 Tube stations by the close of the year. This is the first time the Tube will have any sort of coverage for mobiles and tablets... Exciting stuff!

In other news.
  • Anonymous have launched their own OS.
  • Walmart approached GAME about the potential of buying the company out.
  • AOL killed their instant messaging service.
  • Analysts tip iPad pre-order records.
  • Check out Project Chameleon; it looks like a great addition to Android tablets! I'll do an editorial on it soon!
  • Windows Phone Tango release set for March 21st in China.


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