Archive for March, 2012

Things Are Heating Up For Apple

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

The New iPadApple may indeed be making the headlines with record-breaking sales of the new iPad, but many of these new customers are getting hot under the collar about Apple’s latest design fault. It would appear that the new iPad has a serious problem. It’s overheating. Oh dear! (more…)

ZTE Has The X Factor

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

Photo of ZTE_Mimosa_XNot content with shaking up the Smartphone market with their popular Blade handset (you might know it better as the Orange San Francisco), ZTE is back for another assault on the Smartphone market with yet another high spec handset with a ridiculously low price tag. This time it’s the Mimosa X which will be luring the punters away from Apple’s iPhone and those looking at middle price range of the Android Smartphone market. (more…)

The Gadget Panda Agony Column

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

photo of Agony AuntThe Gadget Panda blog might be all about pointing you in the right direction when it comes to the latest gadgets and technology, but sometimes we get questions that are a little more, um, shall we say, relationship-based. Like this one… (more…)

The iPad Is Dead. Long Live The New iPad

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

Shoppers queuing for The New iPad

So Apple has launched the ‘new’ iPad (we noticed iPad 3 was mentioned nowhere – it’s simply called the new iPad). But, in terms of innovation, we felt a little letdown. There was nothing we didn’t expect. In all, here at Gadget Panda, we thought the announcement was a bit of a damp squib. (more…)

Appy To Meet You

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

Thief holding computerIt doesn’t seem so long since Apple was in hot water over nicking personal data from iPhone users by granting marketers access to personal data. It’s clearly a very profitable business, because now it seems that everyone wants to get in on the action. More apps than ever are able to access data and services on your phone and you may not even be aware that they’re doing it. What’s more, you might be surprised by some of the seemingly innocent apps that are, right now, giving out your personal information to advertisers, marketers and developers all over the world. (more…)