One of the posh new pieces of kit Stella McCartney has designed for the British Olympic team is a very modern bra for the lady tennis players, which integrates the Adidas MiCoach sensor and app system.
Users are reporting new problems with the new iPad: the Wi-Fi seems to be a lot weaker than the iPad 2, the iPhone or MacBooks, according to numerous reports on AppleCare support thread. Could this be another antennagate? Have you experienced the same?
London's police force will be managing its Olympic policing using the same ancient software systems that contributed to the poor management of and response to the riots of 2011, and were first brought into service back in the 1980s.
The complete route the silly little bit of fire will take around the country has been set out by the 2012 Olympic organisers, along with the names of nearly 8,000 special people who will get a go at carrying the Olympic Torch.
Yes! The hackers from the Chronic Dev Team—with a special intervention by German developer Stefan Esser—have liberated the shiny new iPad from the tyranny of the app store already using a modification of the Absinthe jailbreaking tool.
We heard Everything Everywhere was champing at the bit to push out a 4G network in the UK before the end of 2012, but it was all subject to regulatory permission. Now it seems dear old Ofcom’s right behind EE’s plans, giving us hope we really could see a fully-fledged, proper 4G LTE network in the UK this year.
Another day, another money-grubbing idea out of Locog. This time it seems we’re not even going to be able to enter the Olympic Park without paying, just like Wimbledon – frankly it seems you’re better off staying at home and not forking out for something you can see for free on the box in your front room.
Have no doubt about this: Apple is revamping their MacBook Pro line in 2012 in a radical way—not merely evolutionary. We know this not because of the usual rumours, but because there is no way this will not happen. This is what we can expect:
The government and the London 2012 organisers have put together a guide designed to help businesses get ready for the Olympics, warning we may see slower web connections and the odd complete failure due to increased demand.
NASA has released a new Blue Marble image, showing the United States of America. According to them, it's the most amazing, highest resolution image of Earth ever. Blue Marble 2012 bests the 2010 edition and the original one.
Ofcom predicts that demand for wireless radio connections will "more than double" during the London 2012 Olympics, with around 20,000 separate wireless frequencies buzzing through the ether to keep everyone connected to everyone else.