MS Office & Dropbox

Dropbox announces mobile Office app support

We’ve partnered with Microsoft Office to help you do more on your phone or tablet. Now you can edit Office files from the Dropbox app and access your Dropbox directly from the Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps for iPhone and iPad. When you’re inside the Office apps, sign in to your Dropbox account to: Edit […]

Arriving today – the Nokia Lumia 720

You may remember my review of the Nokia Lumia 920 posted a couple of months ago.   I liked the device a lot, particularly the display, the camera and some of the features of Windows Phone 8.  However, I found the size of the handset and screen simply too large for my way of working – […]

Mobile data tips for European travellers

There’s always lots of questions regarding purchase of local SIM cards for voice and data use when conferences and LUGs are taking place. For example, despite years of looking I’ve never really found a cost-effective means of sourcing a data plan for the occasional trip to the USA – Lotusphere etc. However, I have made […]

Android Could Be A Billion-Dollar Business, For Microsoft

Forbes reports: Android is the leading smartphone platform in the world with over 500,000 device activations every day.  It is one of Google’s most successful businesses helping Google capture mobile search market share and revenues that will top $1.3 billion in 2012. Microsoft owns several patents relating to Android technology and so Android’s success is […]

Google Nexus One now available in the UK

Despite being a keen iPhone user since the 3G model was released 18 months or so ago, I’m always on the lookout for the next big thing, and there’s no doubt that the only two platforms that are really challenging Apple for the mobile internet platform market are Blackberry and Google Android.   Having had […]