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67% of Pocket-lint readers say £55 "too much" for games

67% of Pocket-lint readers say £55 "too much" for games

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Pocket-lint readers have slammed Activision for the pricing on its forthcoming military shooter Modern Warfare 2. The company has said that it'll be on sale for £55, but 67% of users we polled thought that this was "too much". Activision attempts to... >>

COMMENT: Facebook's policy on Holocaust denial is wrong

COMMENT: Facebook's policy on Holocaust denial is wrong

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Should Facebook automatically delete all Holocaust denial groups? That's the question we asked Pocket-lint readers this week, after a storm erupted over Facebook refusing to cave to a Dallas attorney who's demanding that Holocaust denial pages be removed.... >>

94% give new Facebook layout thumbs down

94% give new Facebook layout thumbs down

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Facebook's most recent changes are proving unpopular with users. The site recently reworked its user's homepages in order to make the site more "real-time", said by some to be in an effort to counter Twitter's meteoric popularity rise. Although Facebook... >>

"Are we dancer" voted silly song lyric

"Are we dancer" voted silly song lyric

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The Killers hit song "Human" has one of the worst song lyrics of all time. Well, that's according to users of Orange's music service. Over half of music fans aren't convinced by the band's reworking of the Hunter. S. Thompson quote, "we’re raising a... >>

Pocket-lint readers don't want voice search

Pocket-lint readers don't want voice search

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It seems Pocket-lint readers see voice-enabled search functions a feature too far. Both Google and Yahoo have recently launched voice-activated search, Google for iPhone, and Yahoo with its oneSearch mobile app. But, in our latest reader poll we asked... >>

Xbox 360 price cuts now in effect

Xbox 360 price cuts now in effect

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Microsoft's new lower prices for its Xbox 360 family of consoles in Europe have gone into effect today. With a new low entry-level price of £129.99, we were interested to know if this would tip Pocket-lint readers into taking the Xbox plunge. In our... >>

60% of Pocket-lint readers trust Wikipedia

60% of Pocket-lint readers trust Wikipedia

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In our latest Pocket-lint reader poll we asked if you trusted Wikipedia. It seems 60% of you do trust the the free online encyclopedia, while 40% are wary of info the site that anyone can edit. Wikipedia was founded in 2001 and is made up of online wikis,... >>

COMMENT: Is iTunes UK a rip-off?

COMMENT: Is iTunes UK a rip-off?

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A whopping 79% of Pocket-lint readers believes that iTunes is a "rip-off" in the UK where the average price is 79p a track, versus 99 cents in America and the same in euro cents in Europe. The result of our most recent poll, it seems that many of you... >>

COMMENT: Is the Nintendo Wii winning the console war?

COMMENT: Is the Nintendo Wii winning the console war?

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With just-released data coming in suggesting that Nintendo's Wii is the top-selling video game console in the United States with 10.9 million units shifted, we thought we'd reveal whether the Pocket-lint readership thinks the system is here to stay. In... >>

63% of Pocket-lint readers not getting iPhone 3G today

63% of Pocket-lint readers not getting iPhone 3G today

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On what could be described as a frustrating day for early adopters in the UK, in our latest poll, we asked the Pocket-lint readership whether they were planning to pick up an iPhone 3G today. It seems that 63% of Pocket-lint readers weren't planning to... >>