Archive for Ryan Haynes

Altec Lansing makes iPod dock video ready

Altec Lansing makes iPod dock video ready

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Altec Lansing has taken the humble speaker docking system and given it a video screen makeover with its latest model - the iMV712 audio/iPod dock. The new speaker system which is launching in the US later this year looks to take that step further away... >>

Newscounter.com launches to correct the news

Newscounter.com launches to correct the news

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A new website has launched that aims to provoke debate around accuracy of original content and give people an opportunity to fully respond. Sounding much like the mechanism of a blog, Newscounter.com appears to be a response tool for PRs and companies... >>

Nokia unveil 1650 and 2660 handsets

Nokia unveil 1650 and 2660 handsets

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Nokia has announced a new range of handsets today including the Nokua 1650 and Nokia 2660. The new handsets will come equipped with a flashlight, music-on-the-go via FM radio and MP3-grade ringtones, the 2660 includes memory for a 500-entry phonebook... >>

Apple turns green with LCD

Apple turns green with LCD

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Steve Jobs has written about his plans to turn the company green with key stages already in place. Effectively, Apple plans to change its screens and eliminate CRTs which it has started to do since mid-2006. The CEO announced that LED displays are to... >>

Commodore Gaming responds with G and GS models

Commodore Gaming responds with G and GS models

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Commodore Gaming announce two new models that are becoming available online immediately reducing high spec components to cut costs. The Commodore G and GS come with Intel CoreT2 Duo processor loaded with the new Microsoft Vista, the key difference in... >>

Game welcomes Indians to the UK

Game welcomes Indians to the UK

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An Indian who came to study in the UK in 2000 has devised a mobile phone game called "C-Shock" to help overseas students overcome cultural differences. Often foreigners struggle to deal with the cultural differences when moving to the UK, with many shocked... >>

BBC Radio 1 ready for Web 2.0

BBC Radio 1 ready for Web 2.0

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Radio is getting into gear to ramp up user-generated content through a new Web 2.0 portal. BBC has unveiled its new technology designed to heighten interaction with its audience. Jason DaPonte, executive producer of bbc.co.uk, showed the MIX07 Microsoft... >>

Fears for E-voting security

Fears for E-voting security

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The local elections this week will see 12 councils trial voting over the internet, however the government is still hesitant over security. The Department of Constitutional Affairs (DCA) rolling out the first test is aware that there are security loop... >>

Fear wastes £1.25bn on gadgets

Fear wastes £1.25bn on gadgets

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Every year we collectively waste £1.25bn on technology gadgets due to fear and ignorance according to Scooter Computer. The company that commissioned the survey found that 22% of people had been given a gadget gift in the last year that they had not... >>

Clock becomes security recorder

Clock becomes security recorder

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A motion-activated camcorder has been released onto the market and it's not just a camera, but it's secretly hidden in a clock. It can only record up to 12 minutes at a time on its 64MB built-in memory, but nifty for any quick intruder. This motion-activated... >>

Update comes to Apple's AirPort Extreme

Update comes to Apple's AirPort Extreme

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Apple has announced and release the update for its AirPort Extreme for Intel-processor Macs. Apple has developed a further update for its security and is recommending that Intel-Mac users access the AirPort Extreme Update 2007-003. The software involves... >>

Digg users revolt on DVD DRM

Digg users revolt on DVD DRM

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The technology website Digg collapsed last night due to users revolting against the removal of a crack code for HD DVD. The body that overseas the digital rights management technology on high-definition DVDs sent a letter to Digg to take the code from... >>

BT to switch a million to save trees

BT to switch a million to save trees

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BT is taking it's green pledge further by encouraging more than a million customers to switch to online billing by the end of the month. The telco uses 60 tonnes of paper each year and aims to reduce the impact on the environment. The company is also... >>

Radio is tuning to the web

Radio is tuning to the web

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The Internet is changing our habits, especially that of listening to radio, according to new research from Sony. Sony found that one in three people are now tuning into radio online, with more 35-44-year-olds using the web than 24-34-year-olds. According... >>

Flash drive given tough makeover

Flash drive given tough makeover

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Flash drives have become ready for any extreme support with Corsair's Flash survivor range. The devices designed and engineered to be the toughest USB drive is not only water resistant for up to 200 metres (I guess they're appealing to MI6 on this one),... >>

AA flyers get PMPs

AA flyers get PMPs

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American Airlines has announced it is going forward and giving its top passengers PMPs for intercontinental journeys. The portable media players will come pre-loaded with video and entertainment. The airline said it is making two types of portable media... >>

Disney creates MySpace for preteens

Disney creates MySpace for preteens

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Walt Disney has unveiled a new site for preteens to create personal mini websites like MySpace with parental controls. Disney XD is aimed at kids under 14 with parents getting control over internet activities that will see them interacting with each other... >>

iPhone may come 3G for Europe

iPhone may come 3G for Europe

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There hasn't been a week without further reports on the iPhone, rumours and speculation around delay and technical problems now also lay claim that two versions maybe released. With the European launch of the iPhone set for Autumn 2006, just in time for... >>

SlingPlayer finally arrives for UK Mac

SlingPlayer finally arrives for UK Mac

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Sling Media has finally sorted itself out and released a Mac friendly version of its SlingPlayer viewing application. Promised towards the end of 2006, the Windows only program went on sale nearly a year ago. The US received a Apple-friendly application... >>

Dell opts for Ubuntu for Linux PCs

Dell opts for Ubuntu for Linux PCs

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Dells new focus on its range of Linux computers for consumers has will use Ubuntu as its operating system. With Apple raising its stakes, Linux could be the next to knock Microsofts dominance in the personal computing space. Canonical is the lead sponsor... >>

Mat tracks toddlers footprints

Mat tracks toddlers footprints

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With tiny footprints the sound of a toddler stumbling out of the door can easily go unnoticed, until now. The RNID Contact Mat will secure all exterior doors to your house from your little rugrats trying to escape. With countless distractions, the mat... >>

Online bankers seek easier set-up options

Online bankers seek easier set-up options

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Research released by Global Reviews has found that many major banks are failing to offer easy management for online savings accounts. The survey has found that major banks are still getting below 70% ratings for customer service experience. The key problem... >>

Flat wire to be hidden under paint

Flat wire to be hidden under paint

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Decorating has never been easy, especially with a full surround-sound system. One solution has been to lay wires beneath carpets and rugs, another - to chip into the wall and polyfiller over the wire, or one modern solution is to get everything wireless.... >>

Sony summer laptop leaked

Sony summer laptop leaked

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We only have limited information, but details of the Sony Vaio for summer 2007 have been leaked and this is what we can tell you. It looks like Sony is going for a pretty hefty update for its laptops, the 15.4-inch Vaio FZ19 will use Intel's Santa Rosa... >>

Digital scrapbook finally comes to life

Digital scrapbook finally comes to life

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After 2 years of development Chronos is finally releasing its iScarpbook application for the Mac. The software, which is essentially a digital scrapbook, helps people keep and collect cuttings that they find online where originally they would have cut... >>