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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 available from August

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 available from August

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Samsung has revealed that the next member of the Galaxy Note range, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, will be rolled out globally throughout August.If the original Samsung Galaxy Note left you wanting for a bigger display, then the 10.1-inch screen of the... >>

eBay unveils same-day shipping iOS app, eBay Now

eBay unveils same-day shipping iOS app, eBay Now

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An iOS app is being trialled by eBay that will see customers receive a delivery just an hour after ordering it. Currently in beta, eBay Now is already being used by customers in San Francisco.There is a $5 delivery fee for each order on purchases over... >>

iPhone 5 front panel specifics revealed (video)

iPhone 5 front panel specifics revealed (video)

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More leaks on what we can expect from the new iPhone 5 have emerged, but this time we have measurements down to the last millimetre.According to Etrade, which conducted a comparison between the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 recording it on video, the new iPhone... >>

Kobo now available in multiple languages as Android app goes international

Kobo now available in multiple languages as Android app goes international

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Kobo has made its Android app available to a wider global audience by introducing five new languages to its ebook reading experience. Along with English, the Kobo app is now available in French, Spanish, Italian, German and Dutch all of which get the... >>

Archos G10 XS launch in Facebook reveal

Archos G10 XS launch in Facebook reveal

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Archos has indulged in a spot of teasing after it took to its Facebook page to reveal cryptic details of the arrival of the Archos G10 XS tablet.Accompanying a side view of what is apparently the Archos G10 XS, Archos Worldwide’s Facebook page posted... >>

Skype calls on HDTV thanks to Logitech TV Cam HD

Skype calls on HDTV thanks to Logitech TV Cam HD

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Logitech’s TV Camera makes it possible to make and receive Skype video calls on your large HDTV, meaning a bigger, clearer image of the person you’re talking too. The high-definition camera plugs into any HDTV via a HDMI input and uses the television’s... >>

Mophie reveals Duo and Mini powerstations for on-the-go charging of tablets and smartphones

Mophie reveals Duo and Mini powerstations for on-the-go charging of tablets and smartphones

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Mophie is continuing its quest for making sure our mobile devices’ juice levels remain topped up at all times, after revealing the Duo and Mini powerstations.Both universal battery back-up devices feature USB ports and in the case of the Duo, two, for... >>

HTC sees choppy waters ahead for smartphone sales... except in China

HTC sees choppy waters ahead for smartphone sales... except in China

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HTC is forecasting a difficult time ahead, after the smartphone manufacturer saw its shares drop to their lowest point in two and a half years.In a honest assessment of what the future holds for the word’s fifth-biggest smartphone manufacturer, HTC... >>

Denon unveils new headphone line-up with £1,000 headset

Denon unveils new headphone line-up with £1,000 headset

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Denon will introduce eight new model headphones before October as part of a new range of audio products from the manufacturer. However, judging by the first two to be revealed, you’ll want to get saving now. The Denon AH-D7100 is the manufacturer’s... >>

New Assassin's Creed III trailer demos AnvilNext game engine (video)

New Assassin's Creed III trailer demos AnvilNext game engine (video)

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A new trailer for Assassin’s Creed III has been released, complete with commentary on how the new AnvilNext game engine will make this the most intuitive instalment of the game franchise.Developed by Ubisoft, the AnvilNext game engine made it possible... >>

Spotify will add Bon Iver album mixed by fans after social network campaign

Spotify will add Bon Iver album mixed by fans after social network campaign

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Fans of American folk band Bon Iver are being encouraged to remix tracks from the group’s latest album as part of an online social networking competition.All ten tracks from the album Bon Iver, Bon Iver can be remixed from stem formats released via... >>

AudiOffice dock brings a wired handset to iOS video calls

AudiOffice dock brings a wired handset to iOS video calls

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The AudioOffice from invoixa, which enables video calls on the iPhone or iPad to be made with an actual, physical wired handset has gone on sale.The docking station is available from www.invoxia.com for $299 (US) and enables business users to hold better... >>

Apple patent iPad Smart Cover with second flexible display

Apple patent iPad Smart Cover with second flexible display

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Apple is believed to be working on a protective iPad cover that would feature an embedded flexible display enabling a dual-screen experience.The Cupertino company made a patent application for the concept - made public by the USPTO - a year ago, suggesting... >>

O2 enters the MiFi market with PAYG Pocket Hotspot

O2 enters the MiFi market with PAYG Pocket Hotspot

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O2 has introduced a mobile Wi-Fi (MiFi) device that the operator says is small enough to fit into your pocket. The O2 Pay & Go Pocket Hotspot can provide a Wi-Fi connection anywhere you can get an O2 3G signal (cue jokes). Up to five devices can be connected... >>

Be careful who you befriend on Facebook as 83 million users are fake

Be careful who you befriend on Facebook as 83 million users are fake

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As many as 83.09 million Facebook accounts could be false, the social networking giant has revealed.After publishing its first quarterly earnings report as a public company, Facebook revealed it had a whopping 955 million monthly users, 543 million of... >>

Google Wallet now in the cloud as security improvements made

Google Wallet now in the cloud as security improvements made

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Google has introduced a cloud-based version of its Google Wallet app along with a number of improved security measures including remote disabling.The US-based app, which enables in-store and online payments with your mobile phone, now supports all major... >>

Windows 8 testing completed as RTM released

Windows 8 testing completed as RTM released

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Windows 8 is now the finished article, as the new Microsoft OS gets set to be “released to manufacturing” (RTM). However, the average consumer will still have to wait until 26 October.That Microsoft is in a position to begin rolling out an RTM Windows... >>

Olympic concierge service on your phone with LoYakk app

Olympic concierge service on your phone with LoYakk app

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For all it has to offer, London can be a daunting place, particularly when you don’t know your way around. With thousands of tourists descending on the capital for the London 2012 Games, LoYakk is providing a personal Olympic concierge service to help... >>

Sony Xperia SL: More photos, more colours

Sony Xperia SL: More photos, more colours

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Sony’s rumoured Xperia SL range has again been spotted in the wild, this time revealing an additional three new colours.ePrice has managed to get its hands on some new photos of the Sony Xperia SL which show the handset with  black, white and silver... >>

Philips DJ-Dock sound system for the iPhone makes you king of the decks

Philips DJ-Dock sound system for the iPhone makes you king of the decks

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Take two iPhones and one Philips FWP3200D DJ-Dock and what have you got? Only a bona fide set of mixing decks, that’s what.Philips is attempting to prove it’s down with the kids by introducing the stereo sound system that enables two iPhones to be... >>

Google Nexus Q delayed, but it's good news

Google Nexus Q delayed, but it's good news

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Google has announced that its music streaming device, the Nexus Q has been delayed after it was initially due to be released in July. However, it’s not all bad news, with new features to be added and anyone who pre-ordered the device from Google Play... >>

World's biggest musical to feature 10,000 square metres of LED screens

World's biggest musical to feature 10,000 square metres of LED screens

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A British creative agency has been tasked with providing the visual effects for the “world’s biggest ever musical”, due to be staged at the Olympic Birds Nest Stadium in Beijing.Studio Output will use VFX, projection mapping and LED animation that... >>

Onkyo unveils AirPlay Wireless Audio System for Apple devices and iTunes

Onkyo unveils AirPlay Wireless Audio System for Apple devices and iTunes

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Onkyo has revealed details of its latest AirPlay Wireless Audio System. Plug an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch into the Onkyo ABX-N300 iOnly Stream and you’ll be able to stream any music through the speaker system.The audio system can also play any music... >>

Internet map displays 350,000 biggest websites as shining stars, and yes Pocket-lint is there

Internet map displays 350,000 biggest websites as shining stars, and yes Pocket-lint is there

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A website developer has created a map of the internet showcasing the 350,000 biggest websites from around the world.Ruslan Enikeev has gathered sites from 196 countries and mapped them out as a World Wide Web solar system. Sites are symbolised by circles... >>

Hotmail becomes Outlook.com as Microsoft revamps email platform with cleaner interface and social network integration

Hotmail becomes Outlook.com as Microsoft revamps email platform with cleaner interface and social network integration

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Microsoft has begun previewing Outlook.com, a refined email experience available to try now for all existing Hotmail users.The idea is to provide a more polished Outlook experience for people’s personal email accounts, be it on the computer or a mobile... >>

TomTom's car kit is more about handsfree calling than navigation

TomTom's car kit is more about handsfree calling than navigation

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Navigation specialists TomTom has taken a step away from its sat nav hardware devices to introduce a handsfree car solution that works with both iPhone and Android smartphones.Though the TomTom Hands-Free Car Kit can be used to display and play any sat... >>

New James Bond Skyfall trailer reveals hand recognition Walther PPK (video)

New James Bond Skyfall trailer reveals hand recognition Walther PPK (video)

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A new extended trailer of Daniel Craig’s next outing as James Bond has surfaced and we’re even given a snippet of some of the new toys 007 will be using on behalf of Her Majesty’s Secret Service. Skyfall will see us introduced to a new Q, played... >>

Touchnote and Samsung will deliver your postcards for free this summer

Touchnote and Samsung will deliver your postcards for free this summer

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Olympic sponsor Samsung has partnered with Touchnote to make its mobile postcard service free for the duration of the summer.For those unfamiliar with Touchnote, the service enables you to take a photo with your smartphone or tablet device and send it... >>

Second-gen Sony Tablet S brings slimmer body, more power, Xperia name

Second-gen Sony Tablet S brings slimmer body, more power, Xperia name

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Sony is moving its tablet devices into the Xperia mobile family, with a new model set for an IFA unveil this August.Several slides detailing specs and price for the Xperia Sony Tablet were published on xda-developers.com and describe the tablet as being... >>

Samsung Galaxy Note no longer the only 5.3-inch smartphone

Samsung Galaxy Note no longer the only 5.3-inch smartphone

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The Samsung Galaxy Note has long confused users over whether it should be a tablet or a phone, but now a second devices from relative unknown Thomson is joining the 5.3-inch party, launching a new smartphone that will come with a 5.3-inch screen.The Thomson... >>

Facebook tweaks its photo UI

Facebook tweaks its photo UI

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If you use Facebook’s Timeline you might have noticed a few changes in the way your photos appear. The social networking giant has tweaked its user interface to make photos bigger and more prominent.When you click on one of the photo icons displayed... >>

Twitter introduces cashtags stock symbol but is accused of stealing the idea from StockTwits

Twitter introduces cashtags stock symbol but is accused of stealing the idea from StockTwits

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Twitter has now implemented a new ticker symbol that enables tweeters to search for tweets about specific stock markets and companies. By adding the hashtag or “cashtag” to the front of a search word, users will be provided with a list of tweets... >>

Samsung working on 11.8-inch tablet with screen to rival iPad's Retina Display

Samsung working on 11.8-inch tablet with screen to rival iPad's Retina Display

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As the Apple versus Samsung trial hots up, court documents have revealed that the Korean manufacturer is putting together a tablet with a huge 11.8-inch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600.Codenamed “P10” the tablet’s display will have a pixel... >>

Linn enhances network streaming range with the Kiko Music System

Linn enhances network streaming range with the Kiko Music System

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If you use your computer as your main media outlet, and if you’ve got a couple of grand to spare, the Linn Kiko Music System might tickle your fancy. By synching the Kiko Music System to your computer's network, you’ll be able to play any music or... >>

Humax working on Freesat box update fix in time for Olympic Opening ceremony

Humax working on Freesat box update fix in time for Olympic Opening ceremony

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Humax says it is in the final stages of testing an update that should ensure all 24 of BBC’s live Olympic coverage channels can be recorded with the company’s Freesat boxes.Customers had complained that the Humax Foxsat-HDR Freesat box had failed... >>

ITV Pay Player plans revealed, but will you shell out?

ITV Pay Player plans revealed, but will you shell out?

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ITV has laid out plans for it's ITV Pay Player that will see customers pay for access to more than1,000 hours of archive TV and film content.The announcement follows a trial that saw 5,000 homes try the service, and comes a full two years after the TV... >>

OS X Mountain Lion downloaded 3 million times in just four days

OS X Mountain Lion downloaded 3 million times in just four days

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A massive three million people have downloaded Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion in just four days, making it the manufacturer’s most successful OS X to date.The operating system is available for £13.99 and introduces Mac users to 200 new features including... >>

Pegi becomes sole classification system used for video game ratings

Pegi becomes sole classification system used for video game ratings

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The Pegi (Pan-European Game Information) system has become the only system used for determining what age certificate video games should be awarded, after the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) was dropped.The move should make it easier for parents... >>

LG's Lightwave Oven with remote temperature control via your smartphone

LG's Lightwave Oven with remote temperature control via your smartphone

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LG has introduced a new oven that enables users to cook on the go, using their smartphone to set cooking times and control the temperature.The LG Lightwave Oven uses halogen light technology and can be used as a microwave, grill, convection and fermentation... >>

3D Games now available to download to LG Cinema 3D TVs

3D Games now available to download to LG Cinema 3D TVs

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3D games are now available to download to LG’s Cinema 3D Smart TVs as the Korean manufacturer expands its multimedia offering.Initially launched with five titles, all the games have been specifically optimised for the 3D platform (with the aid of LG’s... >>

Windows 8 Bluetooth keyboards and mice announced

Windows 8 Bluetooth keyboards and mice announced

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Microsoft has announced four new accessories that will enhance your Windows 8 experience when the new operating system is unveiled later this year. The accessories are all Bluetooth enabled and consist of keyboards and mice.The Microsoft Sculpt Mobile... >>

iPhone 5: More parts pieced together in pics and video

iPhone 5: More parts pieced together in pics and video

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More purported new iPhone 5 leaks have emerged, this time in a video that shows all the parts being assembled, albeit without the phone’s innards.The video shows what is alleged to be the housing of the new Apple device – expected to be unveiled this... >>

Samsung Odyssey and Marco Windows Phone 8 handsets revealed at Apple trial

Samsung Odyssey and Marco Windows Phone 8 handsets revealed at Apple trial

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Two dual-core Samsung Windows Phone 8 devices have been inadvertently revealed at the court case between Samsung and Apple.The court wasn’t treated to any images of either the Samsung Odyssey or the Samsung Marco, but several specs were unveiled - including... >>

Nintendo 3DS XL handheld console now on sale

Nintendo 3DS XL handheld console now on sale

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Handheld gamers can now get hold of the Nintendo 3DS XL as the glasses-free 3D console goes on sale across Europe for £180. The Nintendo 3DS has been given the XL treatment with a bigger screen, more memory and a longer battery life.The top display... >>

Yoda catches a black cab but gets confused by Vodafone's universal charger (video)

Yoda catches a black cab but gets confused by Vodafone's universal charger (video)

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Voda has turned to Yoda, as the Jedi Master stars in a video commercial to promote the operator’s universal chargers that are being fitted into London’s black cabs.Sadly for Yoda, the chargers' versatility doesn’t stretch to lightsabers so Luke... >>

Aston Martin creates £25,000 bike

Aston Martin creates £25,000 bike

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Aston Martin has temporarily turned its attentions from cars to bicycles as it unveils the “world's most technologically advanced bike”.The Aston Martin One-77 takes seven people to make it, over a period of two weeks, with the result being a bike... >>

OUYA gets OnLive backing meaning hundreds of top tier games from launch

OUYA gets OnLive backing meaning hundreds of top tier games from launch

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Having already raised in excess of $5.5 million, OUYA has received another boost with OnLive partnering the start-up company in a move that will see hundreds of its top tier-titles available when the games console is launched.OnLive will provide a range... >>

Casio reveals two Android tablets that won't break should you drop them

Casio reveals two Android tablets that won't break should you drop them

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Casio has unveiled two Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet devices geared towards the accident-prone or outdoors enthusiast. The Casio V-T500-GE and V-T500-E are encased in a rubber shell that gives the devices a rugged edge rival tablets lack.Both... >>

Sony unveils world's first AV receiver with Wi-Fi built-in

Sony unveils world's first AV receiver with Wi-Fi built-in

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Sony’s latest home cinema network AV receiver allows you to stream all your media content from your smartphones and tablet devices, because it’s the first AV receiver of its kind to feature built-in Wi-Fi.The Sony STR-DN1030 is an update to the STR-DN1020... >>

Samsung Galaxy S III London 2012 limited edition handset available now at Carphone Warehouse

Samsung Galaxy S III London 2012 limited edition handset available now at Carphone Warehouse

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Carphone Warehouse is selling a limited-edition Samsung Galaxy S III in celebration of the London 2012 Olympic Games.The handset is available in the pebble-blue colour with the Union Jack emblazoned on the back cover, or in white with Team GB’s iconic... >>