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Apple iPad vs Samsung Galaxy Tab

Apple iPad vs Samsung Galaxy Tab

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When the highly anticipated iPad was first unveiled to much fanfare, mostly from a certain Mr Jobs, there was a collective shrugging of the shoulders by many in the tech world. They wondered why on Earth anyone would need such a device, which appeared... >>

CoPilot Live adds ActiveTraffic

CoPilot Live adds ActiveTraffic

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ALK Technologies has introduced a real-time traffic update service to its CoPilot Live GPS navigation apps for smartphones and iPad in the US. ActiveTraffic uses real-time traffic flow information to calculate the best route to avoid traffic congestion... >>

Samsung unveils HMX-T10 full HD camcorder

Samsung unveils HMX-T10 full HD camcorder

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Samsung's new HMX-T10 full HD camcorder boasts an innovative 20-degree slanted lens that's been designed to make shooting videos more comfortable, so you can say goodbye to aching arms and wrists. Part of the manufacturer's new line-up of compact digital... >>

Apple Special Event - everything you need to know

Apple Special Event - everything you need to know

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An Apple Special Event is always one of the biggest dates in the tech world calendar and, this week, Steve Jobs did not disappoint. Along with an entirely new lineup of iPods, he also unveiled a revamped version of Apple TV, along with iTunes 10, which... >>

iPod touch 3rd Gen vs iPod touch 4th Gen

iPod touch 3rd Gen vs iPod touch 4th Gen

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Apple's hotly anticipated event covered a wide range of new products and, as we predicted here at Pocket-lint, not only did Steve Jobs take to the stage wearing his black crew neck and New Balance footwear combo, but Apple also announced an updated version... >>

Sony unveils Xplod with TomTom technology

Sony unveils Xplod with TomTom technology

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Sony has joined forces with satnav specialist TomTom to introduce the Xplod range of in-car navigation devices. Both the snappily titled XNV-L77BT and the XNV-L66BT will comprise Sony’s AV head unit and TomTom’s navigation module, offering full access... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Jaws (iPhone/iPod touch/iPad)

APP OF THE DAY: Jaws (iPhone/iPod touch/iPad)

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Here at Pocket-lint we're always on the lookout for a new game to play on the go, and there is an ever-increasing selection on the iTunes App Store covering everything from the highly addictive Angry Birds through to classics such as Tetris and the thinking... >>

Pimp up your PlayStation Move

Pimp up your PlayStation Move

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As we recently reported, the long-awaited PlayStation Move from Sony is due to hit UK shores on 17 September. Set to go head to head with Nintendo's phenomenally successful Wii and Microsoft's Kinect, the Move is the latest in a series of motion-based... >>

Cans and can'ts of the Motorola Defy

Cans and can'ts of the Motorola Defy

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Due in the UK by the end of the year, the Motorola Defy has been designed to withstand even the most careless of users. Conforming to IP67 standards, the phone promises to be scratch, water and dust resistant. What's more, it's equipped with a 3.7-inch... >>

Pure Evoke-1S Marshall
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Pure Evoke-1S Marshall

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This rock 'n' roll radio is the result of the second collaboration between DAB radio specialist Pure and legendary guitar amplifier brand Marshall. The new model is a revamped version of the Evoke-1XT Marshall, which was released in back in 2006.Styled... >>

What's new in Digg 4?

What's new in Digg 4?

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Digg has finally launched the much anticipated new version of its website - known as Digg 4. Although a beta version has been available to a small number of users for a while, only now has the full website been unleashed on the public. So, what can we... >>

Can Google VoIP overthrow Skype?

Can Google VoIP overthrow Skype?

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With internet giant Google reportedly testing out a VoIP service within Gmail, this could spell trouble for Skype. But there are other services available if you want to make web-based calls, and they've got plenty of ammo to give Skype a run for its money.... >>

The most controversial video games ever (NSFW)

The most controversial video games ever (NSFW)

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It’s not even out yet, but hotly anticipated video game Medal of Honor has recently come under fire for its depiction of Taliban fighters, prompting criticism from no less than the UK Defence Secretary Liam Fox. But of course controversy in video games... >>

Best internet radios on the planet

Best internet radios on the planet

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The age of internet radio is now most definitely upon us, opening up a whole world of international broadcasts. Whether you want to follow political debates from around the globe, enjoy obscure jazz compositions from South America or endure terrifying... >>