Tech in 2012 Round-up
Happy New Year to our regular site visitors – we hope 2013 is a good one for you!
As we do each year, our podcast team has taken a look back at the last twelve months of technology and put together an Audio Guide to 2012. If you’ve not listened to our podcast before, we’d urge you to have a listen, and maybe sign up. Shows are, of course, free.
2012 was a busy year for tech, and here are just some of the stories that we’ve covered over the months:
- Virgin announced that it was doubling its Broadband speed, at no extra cost
- Lots of discussion of potential Freeview interference by the 2013 launch of 4G data networks
- The Raspberry Pi offered a tiny computer for £22
- All change for The Gadget Show as Jon Bentley, Ortis Deeley and Suzi Perry were to be axed
- The launch of Apple’s 3rd generation iPad
- Launch of the Samsung Galaxy SIII, the rival to the iPhone
- Motorola acquires Psion, makers of the Psion Organiser and Psion Series 3
- Apple iOS 6, iPhone 5 and the iPad Mini announced
- The completion of the UK Digital Switchover
- The launch of the first high-speed 4G network from EE
Just a few of our highlights from 2012, and our podcast production team has just launched their audio review of the last year for your listening pleasure.
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If you’ve not tried our podcast before, that can be your News Year’s Resolution! Our podcasts are free, and you can listen to them online, or if you have an iPod, iPhone or iPad, listen to us via iTunes. There are several ways you can listen, and in each show, we cover a different tech topic.
If you’ve not had a listen, please give us a try and see what you think – You can take a listen to our review of 2012, which gives you a great idea of what we’ve been up to over the last year, and also hear us out-and-about at Birmingham’s Gadget Show Live.
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