Archive for Ryan Haynes

HP offers photographers chance to exhibit

HP offers photographers chance to exhibit

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If you've fancied becoming recognised for a brief moment in the world of photography, here's your chance. Anyone from anywhere in the world can submit their photographs and become officially exhibited artists in a new interactive online exhibition. The... >>

Double-head Nokia rumours

Double-head Nokia rumours

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There have been two rumours about Nokia today, neither of them yet officially confirmed by the phone manufacturer but enough to get our taste buds going. Both to do with developments of the company’s handsets. First up, the launch of the new Nokia N95... >>

LG Shines again with Bar phone

LG Shines again with Bar phone

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LG went over the ocean to Russia to introduce its new Shine phone. Much like the Shine slider phone, the new design keeps the model simple. The KE770 comes as a 9.9mm thick handset, slimmer than the regular Shine's 14mm waste. Otherwise the specs remain... >>

Microsoft set to end Windows XP

Microsoft set to end Windows XP

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The announcement is official and after the recent launch of Windows Vista, XP has been giving its last moment of life. As of January 31 2008, Microsoft has confirmed that Windows XP will no longer be available on new PCs. The operating system in all its... >>

NEC 24-inch PC screen

NEC 24-inch PC screen

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As more and more of us spend more time in front of our PC, the need for bigger better quality screens is becoming apparent. On the back of this, NEC has announced two new 24 inch screens for PC use coming from its MultiSync series. The first, LCD2490WUXi... >>

Wi-Fi for the iPod

Wi-Fi for the iPod

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There are further updates on the horizon for the Apple iPod, some have been speculations, others the company has willingly confirmed. Wireless connections for the iPod though is a new rumour circulating the web. If you’re prepared to believe the whispers,... >>

CSI ready for new web channel

CSI ready for new web channel

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TV networks all across the states and UK have been joining forces to launch their programmes on the Internet for download. CBS in the US are the next to say it is moving online. The TV network has partnered with a number of companies to deliver the TV... >>

Mobile tagging comes to UK

Mobile tagging comes to UK

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If you've experienced losing your phone or having it stolen, it is not always reliable relying on the police or mobile networks to get it back. A new services promises to give you the power to track its whereabouts and save all your personal information.... >>

Projectiondesign M20 HDTV projector promises extra colour

Projectiondesign M20 HDTV projector promises extra colour

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Projectors seem to be making a comeback and now with HDTV capabilities some have specs better than most TVs. Projectiondesign has teamed with BrilliantColour to give you extra colour to your picture. Launching the projectiondesign M20, the 720p projector... >>

Google takes on PayPal

Google takes on PayPal

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PayPal has a new challenger and this time it's the global search giant Google. Moving into another area of online services it has launched it's own online payment service in the UK. Google Checkout has been operating in the US since June 2006, however... >>

T-Mobile launch its white BlackBerry

T-Mobile launch its white BlackBerry

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The BlackBerry took a giant leap with new models, designs and styles released all over the mobile market in the past year. T-Mobile has pushed it a step further with a new white version of the BlackBerry Pearl. Not settling with a standard style and colour,... >>

Virgin file lawsuit against Sky

Virgin file lawsuit against Sky

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The dispute between Virgin Media and Sky has reached a new high. Today, Virgin Media filed legal proceedings in the High Court to reach a resolution following Sky's withdrawal of its "basic" channels from Virgin Media's TV service. The lawsuit will also... >>

O2 releases limited edition Ice

O2 releases limited edition Ice

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Summer is just round the corner and it seems the summer accessories have arrived to accompany your new bathing suit and suntan. O2 mobile network has launched a limited edition of its O2 Ice handset. Following the colour fashion of the LG Prada and iPhone,... >>

Momento streams photos wirelessly

Momento streams photos wirelessly

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There's another set of digital photo frames on the market. This time making the statement that its stylish range works through wireless connections. The two new i-mate Momento wireless digital photo frames come with the standard plug-ins for memory cards... >>

Apple prepares gambling for iPhone

Apple prepares gambling for iPhone

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Apple is unofficially looking to expand the range of multimedia services for the iPhone. Still months away before a sign of an official release date in the UK, it seems like Apple is trying it’s hardest to make it the most featured mobile handset on... >>

Details out for Grand Theft Auto IV

Details out for Grand Theft Auto IV

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Details about the forthcoming GTA have long been speculated about, and the release of the promo video only served to add fuel to the fire, but now leaked details from the next issue of Game Informer have painted a clearer picture about GTA IV according... >>

Official – 20GB PS3 to be discontinued in States

Official – 20GB PS3 to be discontinued in States

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We brought you news that several stores across America had decided to drop the 20G PS3, we now bring you the official word - Sony will discontinue the lower spec model in the US. The official statement says, "At launch, we offered two separate models... >>

GPS now available for the HTC P3600

GPS now available for the HTC P3600

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Following its release in September last year, users of the HTC P3600 can now access GPS software. A deal with TomTom means that HTC is able to use the company’s Navigator 6 software for maps and directions. If you have one of these then you might want... >>

MySpace blocks Photobucket

MySpace blocks Photobucket

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MySpace is further considering expanding its range of features it offers to users to prevent third parties cashing in on its phenomenon. This week, MySpace blocked all video and slideshow content from Photobucket because it apparently broke its terms... >>

Logic3 launches portable iPod alarm

Logic3 launches portable iPod alarm

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There are several thousand iPod accessories on the market, and here's another to add to your collection. The i-Station IS10 for all your early morning rises. Handily enough, the alarm clock iPod dock does seem to allow you to choose your music collection... >>

Sony to begin selling OLED TVs

Sony to begin selling OLED TVs

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The company has talked about taking TVs a further step away from the traditional bulky sets for nearly five year. Sony has announced it is set to start selling the OLED TV format within the year. Samsung, Toshiba and Cannon have toyed with this for a... >>

Orange secret Samsung release

Orange secret Samsung release

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It was widely announced at the end of last year it would be available at the end of spring and now the Samsung i600 is coming to the UK. Orange is yet to make any official announcement, however it has been found on their website. We reported on the prospective... >>

Faster file-sharing on the horizon

Faster file-sharing on the horizon

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We hailed broadband when it gave us faster download speeds. Now a trio of researchers have discovered a way to get files to your PC faster. Current file sharing techniques rely on the number of people online at the time to share the file. A new technology,... >>

Samsung launches new mobile WiMAX products

Samsung launches new mobile WiMAX products

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Samsung has taken the wireless generation a step further with its launch today of three new products in Korea connecting to WiBro. First up, the SPH-M8100 is a PDA WiBro smartphone with wireless internet, voice and video call services through WiBro and... >>

Calling costs abroad set to be cut

Calling costs abroad set to be cut

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An international ring tone indicates the pounds rolling up on the recipients phone bill. However this could be coming to an end in Europe after a successful vote by a committee representing the policy. European Commission proposals are advising the EU... >>