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"Pocket-lint" readers wanted for BBC2 show

"Pocket-lint" readers wanted for BBC2 show

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Celador, the makers of "You Are What You Eat", are making a brand new primetime documentary series for BBC2 about people who are passionate about one particular consumer luxury - or maybe necessity! The programme is looking for any of our readers who... >>

Epson semi-pro projectors

Epson semi-pro projectors

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If you're a projector enthusiast who likes using them for anything, then good news - especially for those who need it for professional use, two products by Epson were made for this and not cinema/entertainment. The EMP-X5 features 2200 lumens and a 1024... >>

GreenHouse and Candela Direct launch new monitors

GreenHouse and Candela Direct launch new monitors

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Upgrading one part of your desktop only encourages you to upgrade another part (bit like decorating a house). Candela Direct has unveiled two new products – a 19- and 22-inch LCD screen rocking a "Vista Premium" logo. While GreenHouse has put out a... >>

Third of Americans use Wikipedia

Third of Americans use Wikipedia

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Wikipedia has exploded over the last few years and research found that 36% of Americans online use the service. A study from the Pew Centre for the American Life Project has revealed that, despite questions over the accuracy of some of its entries, the... >>

Samsung gets to grips with Symbian smartphone

Samsung gets to grips with Symbian smartphone

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Samsung unveils its latest mobile incorporating Symbian OS its new smartphone SGH-i400 was launched at the S60 summit in Madrid. The new model will be jumping into the competitive mobile market and be a challenger to Nokia, based on Symbian OS and S60... >>

Sony goes ultra-power for home projector

Sony goes ultra-power for home projector

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It certainly isn't small, but you shouldn't expect it to be if you're looking for every feature in the solar system for your ulta-cinematic experience projector. The new Sony CineAlta 4K SRX-R220 can display 8,850,000 pixels of ultra high definition footage.... >>

PS3 users helping medical research

PS3 users helping medical research

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PlayStation 3 became part of the Folding@home research project led by Stanford University only a month ago and since had 250,000 people sign up. In a very confusing understanding of this medical research, Folding@home is hoping to achieve a greater understanding... >>

21% of managers consider home working slacking off

21% of managers consider home working slacking off

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There is a bit of discrepancy between how employers and employees view home working. New research has found that just over one-fifth (21%) of managers associate working from home with slacking off. The survey conducted by Continental Research and YouGov... >>

Mac hacks begin, new browser

Mac hacks begin, new browser

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A vulnerability last week which was widely reported that Safari was the reason for a Mac hack proved to be wrong when the hacker admitted it was QuickTime that got him into the system. The hacker managed to commandeer a brand new MacBook Pro last week,... >>

Downloads hit new record speed

Downloads hit new record speed

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The fastest the UK broadband consumer can manage is 16Mbps, yet it's rare if this remains stable to utilise the speed to the full potential. However, Internet2 has announced a speed far higher than imaginable. A DVD could soon be past quicker over thousands... >>

Amazon up with rumours of iTunes challenge

Amazon up with rumours of iTunes challenge

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End of last week Google announced its massive profits, now Amazon is showing off its start to the year. Amazon experienced a strong start to 2007, with sales rising 32% in the first 3 months of the year. Pre-tax profits were up by $48 million to $144m... >>

Pinnacle editing for YouTube generation

Pinnacle editing for YouTube generation

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Avid Technology has announced it is launching the next-generation Pinnacle Studio line of video editing software. If you're looking to catch up with the YouTube generation, or even fed up of having a mass of family videos - the software is coming in three... >>

Google earn £3.66billion in 3 months

Google earn £3.66billion in 3 months

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Here's something to get your teeth into, your head around or just to begin designing your way to take over the planet: Google's earnings for the past 3 months. Google reported revenues of $3.66 billion for the quarter ended March 31, 2007, an increase... >>

iPhone survey for Apple revolution

iPhone survey for Apple revolution

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Apple is doing a pretty good marketing job with its iPhone and much has been lead by online discussions over paid-for advertising. A recent quick quiz on American adults finds the phone is hotly favoured. The survey conducted by Harris interactive found... >>

BlackBerry users can now handwrite

BlackBerry users can now handwrite

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A development to the technology of the BlackBerry Pearl means users can now transfer handwritten notes into their handhelds using a digital pen and paper. Ideally for those who regularly need to fill in forms, the written data is sent first to the BlackBerry's... >>

AG Neovo launch its V-10

AG Neovo launch its V-10

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AG Neovo announced the launch of the V-10 digital photo frame. Although lacking any wireless connectivity and some of the latest features accompanying recent launches by other manufacturers. The V-10 digital photo frame does combine intellectual features... >>

Fujitsu unveils its e-paper printer

Fujitsu unveils its e-paper printer

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Fujitsu announced 2 years ago that it had come up with the world's first film substrate-based bendable colour electronic paper featuring image memory function. The FLEPia is what the paper goes in, and is available now in two sizes, A4 (480 grams) and... >>

Church caught up in piracy

Church caught up in piracy

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This is one for your weekend BBQs. Police in Italy have arrested a sacristan working the Duomo di Napoli, the main cathedral in Naples. Together with his son, he is accused of working with a criminal organisation that downloaded music and movie pre-releases... >>

Shuffle gets a chance with Griffin

Shuffle gets a chance with Griffin

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Griffin has unveiled another development in its specialist iPod accessory range, this time for the iPod Shuffle. For owners of the 2nd generation iPod shuffle getting the music to blast out has been a challenge, well until now - so Griffin wants you to... >>

Dell forced to sell XP

Dell forced to sell XP

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Dell has become the latest victim of online democracy. Following in the footsteps of the UK Government when Tony Blair wanted to hear people's feedback on new road taxing schemes, Dell had to respond to customer feedback it asked for. A decision in January... >>

Property seekers go online

Property seekers go online

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It's been found that 91% of active homebuyers would consider using the Internet as their first step when looking for a property. The study published by Findaproperty.com and PrimeLocation.com discovered the findings in its "Surfing for Homes" report compiled... >>

Medion launches its first UMPC

Medion launches its first UMPC

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Medion has stepped into the ultra-mobile product market with its UMPC RIM 1000 range, it’s a full functioning handheld PC - not to be mistaken for a smartphone. The device incorporates all the key Windows software, is Wi-Fi compatible and supports Bluetooth... >>

Bulldog complaints unresolved

Bulldog complaints unresolved

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It was reported that 100,000 suppliers of Bulldog had their personal credit card details distributed to marketing networks. However, Cable and Wireless is maintaining that there is still no evidence to suggest that the information was taken in breach... >>

Toshiba gives mobiles 16GB

Toshiba gives mobiles 16GB

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Toshiba is preparing to support users diverse use for their mobile products and supply memory cards with decent storage capacities. The company has commercialised a new series of embedded NAND Flash memory devices that achieve the industry's largest capacity.... >>

BlackBerry discovers reason for crash

BlackBerry discovers reason for crash

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Research In Motion (RIM) has discovered the reason for its BlackBerry failure Tuesday/Wednesday. The company says it was the result of an insufficiently tested software upgrade. Users of the service across North America suffered outages with many emails... >>

Microsoft cuts costs for charity

Microsoft cuts costs for charity

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Adding a little bit of corporate social responsibility, a splash of heart and a drop of charity - Microsoft are being nice guys with the announcement to reduce the cost of its software. Developing nations will be offered stripped-down versions of Windows,... >>

Cameras change mobile behaviour

Cameras change mobile behaviour

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M:Metrics has found that the way people use their mobile phones for images and photos is in stark contrast to the market just a few years ago. Graphic publishers have been hit so hard by the fashion of camera phones that more people are using their own... >>

Swordfish slims shredders

Swordfish slims shredders

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Swordfish has decided that paper shredders are so ugly that they should be hidden, which is why it’s just launched a sleek sexy model - to hide. Shredders have become a necessity for most businesses or the self-employed and following National ID Fraud... >>

The sleek Linx Bluetooth stereo

The sleek Linx Bluetooth stereo

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Linx has made Bluetooth incredibly sexy by introducing this small cigar-holder shaped portable stereo player. The B-TUBE combines high-design, tech innovation and of course style to give you a music player as well as a speakerphone. The system can wirelessly... >>

Vodafone explains removal of N95 VoIP

Vodafone explains removal of N95 VoIP

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We reported yesterday that Orange and Vodafone had removed the Truphone VoIP function from the new Nokia N95. It was suggested this was done to prevent loss of voice call revenue, however the network has responded: In a statement today Vodafone admit... >>

HP modernises desktops

HP modernises desktops

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It looks like HP is trying not to miss out on the home computer revolution. With more suppliers and designs of desktop PCs HP has unveiled three new series. The s3000, a6000 and m8000 models look like they've been designed to support all activities of... >>

False start for Web 2.0

False start for Web 2.0

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Every digital media enthusiast has touted Web 2.0 for the past 12-months. However, the biggest new development in the Internet has turned out to be a load of false propaganda. The invention of YouTube, interactive websites and blogging drove the industry... >>

Mobiles get their own dock from Jabra

Mobiles get their own dock from Jabra

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The iPod has been enjoying the luxury of the accessories for its music players for sometime, with a number of docks to play music. The S5010 has launched for the mobile handset. Jabra and Klipsch have together unveiled their new mobile speaker dock station... >>

85-inch plasma HDTV from Hitachi

85-inch plasma HDTV from Hitachi

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Hitachi is getting bigger, this time focusing on the size of the products and not its bank account. The company aims to dominate the market of large-sized plasma display panel TVs with the addition of an 85-inch model to its line-up. The manufacturers... >>

BBC furthers its iPlayer - ITV opens broadband channels

BBC furthers its iPlayer - ITV opens broadband channels

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BBC has pushed further their position to place historic TV programmes online for readily available downloads. The BBC iPlayer, designed to offer a 7-day catch-up service for viewers who can download content onto their computers, is expected to be launched... >>

MySpace to start news service

MySpace to start news service

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A part of an aggressive advertising ploy, to get further revenue to the popular social networking site, News Corp plans to test a new service that lets MySpacers determine the news. The service, called MySpace News, will scour the web for stories and... >>

Mozilla Thunderbird 2 ... are Go!

Mozilla Thunderbird 2 ... are Go!

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Mozilla has made its Thunderbird 2 email much more sophisticated, integrating features often used for other online activities such as blogging. Thunderbird 2 allows users to manage and organise email using tagging gained popular through blogs, photo and... >>

The Hog tests the power heated wetsuit

The Hog tests the power heated wetsuit

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The tester was 2005 WCT number 7 Nathan Hedge, The Hog, who said “It’s one out of the box, it feels sooo good! You keep really warm, even on the low setting and it just keeps you feeling warm all over throughout". If you ever thought there was a better... >>

70K limited edition speakers from KEF

70K limited edition speakers from KEF

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Sound systems are something to take pride in and often require a bit of extra expenditure to get it right. How about spending £70,000 on limited edition loudspeakers by Ross Lovegrove. No doubt a piece of art in its own right, called Muon, the shape... >>

Jabra go bling with headsets

Jabra go bling with headsets

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Headsets have gone bling with Jabra in two limited edition versions of their JX10 Cara Bluetooth models. Available in 24 carat Gold and stainless steel the designs have been developed with Jacob Jenson. The 14-gram lightweight frames come in a small package... >>

Epson projector with HD and 3LCD

Epson projector with HD and 3LCD

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Epson has pulled out all the stops for its latest projector. Trying to achieve the optimum viewing capabilities for its consumers, the EMP-TW1000 has some challenging features. This is Epson’s first LCD projector to incorporate the new Epson full HD... >>

First LG Vacuum launched

First LG Vacuum launched

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Vacuum cleaners used to be simple, now LG has unveiled its World first dust sucker, but it's nothing ordinary. It's Compressor Vacuum Cleaner uses a dust compression system designed to collect four times as much dust as comparable cleaners. The vacuum... >>

Sony Ericsson - is this the new phone?

Sony Ericsson - is this the new phone?

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We may have the first glimpse of the Sony Ericsoon P700i smartphone. Courtesy of a poster on the Esato forums we also know a few of the specs to expect. The phone is likely to be run on Symbian OS, with a 2.6-inch QVGA 240 x 320 display. The handset is... >>

Google makes some changes

Google makes some changes

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Google has announced two new developments to its search service that can be used as of today. Unfortunately for the giant search engine, some of its quirky names have been unsuccessful. Take Google Product Search, which if you remember had a massive hype... >>

BlackBerry users experiencing problems

BlackBerry users experiencing problems

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Last night through most of today BlackBerry users across the States and Canada could not access any information. The network failure across North America has now been restored; it was originally expected to have hit most of the Western hemisphere. It... >>

Wikipedia moves offline

Wikipedia moves offline

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Britannica is still the most the popular educational encyclopaedia, and Wikipedia grew online only to move now onto CD. In a mission to make knowledge available to everyone, the Wikipedia discs will be sold at approximately £7 and contain 2000 articles,... >>

Bush HD TV with HDMI

Bush HD TV with HDMI

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Bush unveils new LCD HD TV with a HDMI interface to work with all your multimedia video downloads. It's new range has a 15.4-inch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. With the HDMI connectivity these portable TVs should deliver gaming graphics... >>

Wi-Fi for Heathrow Express

Wi-Fi for Heathrow Express

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If there was any journey you really needed to access the Internet, then it must be the 15-minute trip from London Paddington to Heathrow Airport. Launching next week T-Mobile, Nomad Digital and Heathrow Express have teamed up to offer Wi-Fi on the move.... >>

Free energy monitors for households

Free energy monitors for households

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If you're shrinking your Carbon Footprint then a whitepaper may help you cut more to be much more environmentally friendly. It has been suggested a new device is to be given to every household to monitor their energy usage. As a part of the upcoming Energy... >>

Orange and Vodafone disable Nokia VoIP

Orange and Vodafone disable Nokia VoIP

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It's been found that the ultra multimedia, glossy and fully-featured Nokia N95 has had it's VoIP capability disabled by Orange and Vodafone. Although there has been no official statement by Orange and Vodafone it is claimed that both networks have dodged... >>