The first issue of the V3 Tablet App for 2014 is now available to download for both iOS and Android devices. It can be download from the relevant app stores free of charge, and Apple device owners should register on V3 to get free access.
The latest issue features an in-depth look back at the CES trade show in Las Vegas. Having survived the giant tech event earlier in the month, V3 reporter Alastair Stevenson took stock to see what it means for the year ahead, both in terms of gadgets, and what businesses should be aware of that could be impacting their operations.
Elsewhere, Michael Passingham offers his thoughts on the latest goings on at Tech City, with some tough questions about how the organisation is classifying too many businesses as ‘tech’ startups.
The latest issue also features the big picture page that helps solve a mystery that has plagued humanity since, well, sometime late last year. Finally, the news round-up looks back at some of the big stories from the start of the year and what they mean for the market.
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You can download all past issues of the V3 Tablet App from 2013 free of charge as well, with topics ranging from cloud computing to security and the Internet of Things all covered. There are also in-depth interviews with tech chiefs at major brands including John Lewis, Tesco and Bet365.
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