Mark Bridge writes:
I was on the radio for a few minutes this morning. Nick Ferrari on LBC 97.3 FM was talking to me about a recent survey that noted a rise in blood pressure when people received calls on their mobile phones. As I waited to go on-air, a producer asked me what I thought. “Storm in a teacup”, I said. Well, it seemed better than “Makes my blood boil”.
Juniper Research has forecast that 2 billion mobile and tablet users will be watching TV and video on their devices by 2017.
This worldwide growth is being attributed to two main factors: the uptake of higher-quality mobile devices and the growing popularity of short (and easily shared) video clips.
HP has announced a new Android device with a detachable keypad, enabling it to transform between notebook and tablet.
It’s called the HP SlateBook x2 and was revealed alongside a convertible Windows-based computer.