Zara hails from the cold city that is London Town, but finds the horrible weather a great excuse to stay in and play on her XBOX. She has been involved in the technology world for many years now, and finds that her day can be easily brightened by a (tastefully) diamante encrusted USB stick or a new Android device. Sheâ€™s an expert on all types of gadgetry, with a particular penchant for eReaders, compact cameras and PMPâ€™s. She believes the future of technology will be application based, and that social media is going to change the way that businesses behave. You can find her musing about non gadget related goodness on her blog AlmostZara.com or updating you on her dinner plans via her Twitter feed.
The Toshiba Qosmio X500 has a great reputation as a gaming laptop, but it has just taken an extra step and introduced some seriously cool updates. It now ...On January 5, 2011 / By Zara Stone
'Be safe not sorry' is a common motto, and this can apply to all areas of your life. The American Red Cross has joined forces with Eton Corporation ...On January 5, 2011 / By Zara Stone
Baby monitors used to be fairly basic devices. Theyâ€™d transmit noises from a transmitter to the receiver and youâ€™d be able to tell whether your precious was cooing ...On January 5, 2011 / By Zara Stone
November is a weird time in terms of gadgets. All the big retailers are watchful that Christmas is around the corner and spend the time consolidating their offerings, ...On December 1, 2010 / By Zara Stone
We typically aren’t risque here at Chip Chick but hey today is Halloween and we will play dress-up….meow…October has seen the UK get even more tablet crazy, embracing ...On October 31, 2010 / By Zara Stone
September has been a funny old month in Europe. We’ve had the excitement that is IFA take place, and gasped at the mountains of tablets that spewed forth ...On October 1, 2010 / By Zara Stone
This August the UK saw the launch of the biggest Apple store the world has ever known! It landed on our shores with fanfare, becoming an instant tourist ...On August 29, 2010 / By Zara Stone
Christmas in July is an odd but yearly event that many journalists experience. Despite the blazing sun we sit in dark rooms eating mince pies and listening to ...On August 3, 2010 / By Zara Stone
June has been an odd month for the UK as we’ve been privy to an unseasonable heat-wave and have been embarrassingly knocked out of the World Cup (hey, ...On July 2, 2010 / By Zara Stone
Convening quicker than ice cream disappears at a five year old’s party, the big names in the gaming industry descended upon LA this week. Conference floors were awash ...On June 20, 2010 / By Zara Stone
May has been a strange month for the UK with three of the biggest events of the year taking place- the UK election, the launch of the iPad ...On May 31, 2010 / By Zara Stone
April has been a strange month for us Brits as election frenzy has taken over, and every TV show you watch has smarmy politicians trying to convince you ...On April 28, 2010 / By Zara Stone
February has been an exciting month in the world of technology as we’ve experienced the joys of Mobile World Congress and viewed an obscene number of handsets, some ...On February 24, 2010 / By Zara Stone
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