Posts From Thomas Bartlett

The Frame – Samsung’s Work of Art

7 hours ago

I’ll admit it: I was sceptical. I figured that Samsung’s push into art on a TV would look like, well, art being displayed on a

Six and a half years with the original iPad

1 day ago

It was November 2010 when I laid hands on just about the most exciting gadget ever to come into my possession. It was the iPad.

Freeview Plus scores an upgrade

2 days ago

As of today, hit one of the coloured buttons on your TV’s remote control, and you’re likely to see things a little differently to what

Hisense launches 4K ULED Series 7 TVs

4 days ago

Chinese TV giant Hisense is pushing more firmly into the premium TV market with its latest range of TVs. Tagged ULED, the Series 7 TVs

Airborne Wireless Network test gets Airborne

1 week ago

A few weeks ago we mentioned a fascinating new method for shovelling internet packets around the globe presently under development. Called the Airborne Wireless Network,

Belkin introduces Thunderbolt 3 Express Dock HD

1 week ago

What is a computer dock? In what way is it different to a mere expansion device or adaptor? There’s no clear dividing line, but without

Pioneer Launches Two New Network Audio Players

2 weeks ago

If you don’t follow this stuff, you may not be aware of a new class of audio player that’s kind of taken the place of

Why brand names are sometimes the best: an example with Sennheiser

2 weeks ago

In three months it will be twenty years ago since I purchased my second set of expensive headphones. The first set had been many years

Skype ending on TVs, Windows phone, RT

2 weeks ago

Several months ago I mentioned a notification on my LG smart TV that support for Skype was ending … along with a bunch of other

New iMac Pro, a computer to drool over

2 weeks ago

I know, I shall be cool and calm and not get to worked up. Wrong! A computer with Apple’s style and up to 18 cores

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