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Apple considering subscription model for iTunes

Apple considering subscription model for iTunes

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Rumours are escalating on the web that Apple is to offer a monthly subscription service that would offer users an "all you can eat" service to its iTunes store. The move would pitch it up against Napsters' To Go service as well as Virgin Digital in the... >>

Orange opt for 2-year locked contract

Orange opt for 2-year locked contract

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First there was pay-as-you-go, then mobile networks decided to beat competitors with extended extra-value 18-month contracts. Now, Orange has said that it is pushing customers towards a 24-month contractual obligation. If you're prepared to wait 2 years... >>

Flash memory vending machine at Gatwick

Flash memory vending machine at Gatwick

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Travelling used to require you stocking up on magazines, film for the camera and suntan lotion, however Kingston Technology is hoping you'll add memory cards to that list instead of film with the installation of a memory card vending machine at Gatwick... >>

TomTom Rider for bikers

TomTom Rider for bikers

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If you fancied biking across Europe but feared getting lost, TomTom has launched two new products especially for bikers. With less worry of low-hanging bridges and narrow roads, bikers can enjoy the comfort of a new TomTom range with the four-icon touchscreen... >>

Orange introduces the SPV E650

Orange introduces the SPV E650

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If you're a mobile businessperson your workload is about to get that little bit lighter. Orange has announced its first Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0-powered smartphone. The SPV E650 comes in a compact design with the ability to connect with Wi-Fi, EDGE... >>

Album artwork comeback with Digital Jewel Box

Album artwork comeback with Digital Jewel Box

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An ingenious design has cropped up all across the net from an individual who has combined WiFi with music and album artwork. The Digital Jewel Box concept brings back artwork to albums and singles in the digital age. If you have missed pulling out the... >>

3 opens up mobile internet

3 opens up mobile internet

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Mobile networks are sprinting to get ahead in the mobile internet market and 3 has opened the doors with a £5 flat-rate unlimited package. As an extension to its X-Series, following the launch with the Nokia N73, 3 is releasing the service on all recently... >>

Windows users urged up security

Windows users urged up security

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Following further flaws in Microsoft’s security, Windows users are being urged to update and download the latest security patches to protect themselves. In Microsoft's monthly security update five patches are strongly advised for installation, four... >>

Sony unveils USB music player

Sony unveils USB music player

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Music players are getting smaller and appearing to be more user friendly. The new Sony DAP is easily mistakable for a standard USB key, however it comes with the same features of any digital audio player. Sony's E-series come with OLED colour screens... >>

Future toilet aids men and saves the seat

Future toilet aids men and saves the seat

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It's time to forget the toilet arguments and end them with the Future Toilet. Touching a toilet seat is not the most pleasant of bathroom activities; men either leave the seat in its position or leave it raised to annoyance of women. The Future Bathroom... >>

Facebook opts for facelift

Facebook opts for facelift

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Facebook, the social networking site that hopes to take the mantle from MySpace and Bebo has announced a bunch of new features to its site available from today. Facebook has added new features to simplify individual profile navigation to keep tabs on... >>

iPhone can be installed on a Pocket PC

iPhone can be installed on a Pocket PC

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Like most pieces of software they can become available on the web before the manufacturers can officially release it onto the market. This can be said for Apple's new iPhone. A Polish blogger is claiming he is using the iPhone software on his Microsoft... >>

Zune rumours hit the treadmill

Zune rumours hit the treadmill

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Zune rumours or news has been quiet for sometime recently, however filtering through the web are talks that a Microsoft employee has spilled the beans on the next Zune. Even though it's not yet available in the UK, from the information available it seems... >>

MGM and United Artists join Apple iTunes store

MGM and United Artists join Apple iTunes store

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You may have noticed, and the official announcement is expected today, that MGM and United Artists have started appearing on Apple's iTunes Store. Apple's move beyond music has now encapsulated some of the best movies of all time, listed amongst the New... >>

Belkin rids USB clutter with In-Desk Hubs

Belkin rids USB clutter with In-Desk Hubs

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The USB answered our problems to CDs and floppy discs, and Belkin has now found the solution to the multitude of USB-controlled devices to plug into the PC. Belkin's answer to crawling behind the back of a desk-top or rummaging through wires to find the... >>

AVerMedia bring TV to your PC

AVerMedia bring TV to your PC

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If you've taken TV viewing to the next level and access everything through your PC then AVerMedia Technologies are probably going to solve any problems you have accessing Analogue or digital TV. The AVerTV Hybrid USB is a hi-speed USB2 TV Tuner combining... >>

Dell ends the Axim Pocket PC line

Dell ends the Axim Pocket PC line

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If you're a lover of the Axim Pocket PC then we have bad news. Dell has announced it will be Discontinuing it's Axim line of handhelds. First introduced in 2002, the company has decided that the Axim X51 Family will no longer be offered. There are no... >>

Sony Vaio lightens the laptop load

Sony Vaio lightens the laptop load

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If you've been waiting to get hold of an even smaller laptop then Sony has probably answered a few of your wishes. At a megre 12.1-inches the Sony Vaio G1 weighs-in at just 1.89-pounds. The new featherlight design is silent, sexy, durable and fast with... >>

Sanyo introduces two new GPS devices

Sanyo introduces two new GPS devices

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Sanyo has announced two new GPS devices, the NV-SD200DT and NV-SB250DT as part of their Mini Gorilla range. If you're wondering why the names are so odd, it is because the new products are based on the lithium ion electric battery “mini-gorilla”.... >>

Swiss develop fuel-efficient aircraft

Swiss develop fuel-efficient aircraft

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If you're hoping to escape road congestion it might not be long before you'll have your own aircraft. A group of Swiss aeronautical designers have successfully flown their Hyfish prototype after five years of development. With plans to begin work on a... >>

Virgin Radio broadcast across game consoles

Virgin Radio broadcast across game consoles

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Now there is no escaping radio, Virgin Radio has announced that it has launched on Nintendo Wii and PlayStation 3 in addition to its satellite, internet and mobile phone distribution. The radio station and affiliate digital networks are becoming available... >>

Men bigger wilfers than women

Men bigger wilfers than women

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A survey has found that one in four people spend nearly a third of their time online with no real purpose. It is expected that men will be bigger wilfers (what was I looking for?) than women, with shopping sites being the top cause, along with travel... >>

Toshiba takes legal action over DVD players

Toshiba takes legal action over DVD players

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Toshiba is taking legal action in the US against 17 companies it says haven't secured the required licensing fees for DVD technology used in their products. The Tokyo company and its US subsidiary filed a lawsuit at the District Court for the Northern... >>

SanDisk announces wireless partnership with Yahoo Music

SanDisk announces wireless partnership with Yahoo Music

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For music fanatics SanDisk has announced a new partnership with Yahoo Music bringing immediate downloads to its MP3 players, without a PC. The new Sansa Connect flash-based Wi-Fi-enabled MP3 player, currently only being launched in the US, will access... >>

Samsung F500 phone gets DivX certification

Samsung F500 phone gets DivX certification

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DivX fans will be able to rejoice in the knowledge that Samsung has announced the release of the first certified mobile phone for the format. Called the F500, the new handset will provide access to high quality DivX movies on the go, either from the user’s... >>