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  • Win one of five copies of Nero Video Premium HD
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    Win one of five copies of Nero Video Premium HD

    By 19 November 2010

    Pocket-lint has teamed up with Nero to bring you the chance of winning one of five copies of the Nero Video Premium HD software. The software should be ideal for anyone looking to get into video editing as the software blends the powerful video editing...

  • Medion Akoya P7300D desktop PC launches
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    Medion Akoya P7300D desktop PC launches

    By 24 November 2008

    Medion has announced the launch of the Akoya P7300D, a "fully-featured" desktop PC that will go on sale at budget supermarket Aldi for a penny under £500. The PC gets a 2.33GHz Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200 CPU, 4GB RAM, a 1TB hard drive and an Nvidia GeForce...

  • Nero 9 - PC review
    Online 4 out of 5

    Nero 9 - PC review

    By 11 November 2008

    When you think about copying and burning CDs and DVDs there are only two real contenders on the market, Roxio and Nero and with Roxio releasing Creator 2009 a matter of weeks ago, the arrival of Nero 9 wasn't too much of a surprise. Users looking for...

  • Nero Move It - PC review
    Online 3.5 out of 5

    Nero Move It - PC review

    By 23 October 2008

    At one time, everything we owned, whether it was a photograph, a song or even video clip, was a physical item. In this age of digital this is no longer the case, as downloads and digital cameras have become the norm. Collecting, storing and sharing all...

  • Nero Move it promises "multimedia mobility"
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    Nero Move it promises "multimedia mobility"

    By 30 September 2008

    Nero has launched a new software solution it claims gets round the problem of trying to watch or listen to lots of different types of files on lots of different devices. Nero Move it allows you to convert music, videos, and photos from one file format...

  • Medion debuts compact Akoya S5610 notebook
    Laptops

    Medion debuts compact Akoya S5610 notebook

    By 15 July 2008

    A new 15.4-inch laptop is soon to be stocked in Sainsbury's. The Medion Akoya S5610 is a slim, "highly portable" machine built around the new Intel Centrino 2 platform. It measures 365 x 265 x 22/34mm and weighs just 2.7kg including the battery. The laptop...

  • TrekStor launches 1.8-inch DataStation microdisk
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    TrekStor launches 1.8-inch DataStation microdisk

    By 23 January 2008

    TrekStor has launched a pocket-sized hard disk, the DataStation microdisk, that measures 9 x 5.7 x 0.64cm, and is available with 20, 80 or 120GB of storage capacity. The 1.8-inch hard disk does not need an external power supply, comes delivered with software...

  • Nero 8 - PC review
    Online 4 out of 5

    Nero 8 - PC review

    By 11 December 2007

    There was a time when CD or DVD burning software simply did that, it allowed you to make a disc and if you were lucky, get to print out a cover for it too. Those days are long gone as both Nero, formerly Ahead, and its main rival Roxio, have sort to add...

  • IFA 2007: Nero 8 announced with Blu-ray support
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    IFA 2007: Nero 8 announced with Blu-ray support

    By 31 August 2007

    Nero, the main competitor to Roxio, has announced the release of its next multimedia suite; Nero 8 at IFA 2007 in Berlin, Germany. The new software package, which has been optimised for Windows Vista, promises a newly-designed Nero StartSmart user interface...

  • LG's world first DVD re-writer with SecurDisc technology
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    LG's world first DVD re-writer with SecurDisc technology

    By 29 May 2007

    LG Electronics today launches its Super Multi Security drive in the UK, the world's first DVD/CD re-writer equipped with SecurDisc technology. Exclusively licensed from Nero and HL Data Storage (until the September this year) SecurDisc enables users to...

  • Ahead Nero 7 Premium Reloaded review
    Cameras 4 out of 5

    Ahead Nero 7 Premium Reloaded review

    By 28 November 2006

    The Matrix movies have a lot to answer for; not just the stop-frame 360-degree camera angle but also the notion that you don’t need to call a follow-up Part Two, but something far more exotic like "Reloaded". This package is essentially an update of...

  • Online

    Yahoo buys online contests site Bix.com

    By 17 November 2006

    As the web buyouts continue with apace, Yahoo has announced it has bought internet start-up Bix.com a site that allows users to compete online polls in all manner of areas including online karaoke contests, and rate each other’s videos and photos. As...

  • Merill Lynch back Xbox 360 to be market leader by 2011
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    Merill Lynch back Xbox 360 to be market leader by 2011

    By 17 November 2006

    It might all be PS3 and Nintendo Wii at the moment but that hasn't stopped Merill Lynch bucking the trend and coming out saying that the Xbox 360 is the console that will perform the best out of the three. "The winner in the next-generation console battle...

  • Makers of Roxio sue rival Nero over patent infringement
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    Makers of Roxio sue rival Nero over patent infringement

    By 17 November 2006

    SONIC Solutions, makers of the Roxio disc burning software has reported that it has filed a Patent Infringement Complaint Against its German competitor Nero AG and Nero Inc. for infringement of one of Sonic's video editing patents. The complaint, filed...

  • Online

    Microsoft to acquire in-game advertising company Massive

    By 5 May 2006

    Microsoft has announced it is acquiring in-game advertising company, Massive, in a move that will help deliver dynamic, relevant ads across Microsoft's online services, starting with Xbox Live and MSN Games. Massive's solution depicts brands in various...

  • Dell buys Alienware
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    Dell buys Alienware

    By 23 March 2006

    Despite denying the rumours, Dell has announced that it has bought gaming PC maker Alienware for an undisclosed sum. The manufacturer famous for its UFO-themed laptops and computers is to be owned by the world's largest computer maker. Dell said Alienware...

  • Bono tries to buy Eidos
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    Bono tries to buy Eidos

    By 22 March 2005

    Shares in Eidos, the British gaming firm behind the Tomb Raider and Hitman franchises, surged today following a bid by a US private equity group that includes rock star Bono and a former head of Electronic Arts. The company, called Elevation Partners...