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LG 50PK990 television
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LG 50PK990 television

By Jason Denwood

Flat TVs are hot products this summer thanks to the World Cup, and the big brands are shedding the pounds in preparation. None more so than this 50-inch plasma from LG, which defies tradition by slimming down to almost LED-like proportions.It’s a giddy... Read more

Grundig GU22DVDBLK television
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Grundig GU22DVDBLK television

By Jason Denwood

With the big brand's engineering talents usually confined to producing big, brash - and thoroughly expensive - flagship TVs, it's often worth poking around the more affordable brands if you're looking for the perfect "second" TV for a bedroom, kitchen... Read more

Toshiba 26DV615D television
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Toshiba 26DV615D television

By Jason Denwood

The idea behind pairing a LCD TV with a DVD player seems obvious, but for some reason it’s never caught on beyond the budget brands. And while Toshiba does tend to be most successful at the "value" end of the market, it’s the only major brand we know... Read more

John Lewis JL22LCDHD television
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John Lewis JL22LCDHD television

By Jason Denwood

Flatscreen TVs are selling in their squillions at the moment, with 10 million sold last year and 7 million predicted to sell before the World Cup - but did you know that over half of TVs sold are under 26 inches?Big-screen LED TVs get all the attention,... Read more

First Look: Apple iPad
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First Look: Apple iPad

By Jason Denwood

Actually, it’s not the first look, but the first touch, which is important with the iPad. Sure, it looks just beautiful, and the screen, which we’ll come back to, is glorious, but it’s when you feel it in your hand that your heart races.The glossy... Read more

Five reasons PCs are better than Macs

Five reasons PCs are better than Macs

By Jason Denwood

In the second of two parts, we asked a Mac head and a PC bod to give their five top reasons why one system beats the other. PCs are better because:You rarely hear "not available on the PC" When was the last time you heard that the latest bit of software... Read more

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness - DS
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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness - DS

By Jason Denwood

The Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series has been around since the days of the SNES but can the latest version for the Nintendo DS bring any new magic, or should you just grow up and move on? The standard yet successful Mystery Dungeon formula has undergone... Read more

Apple iPhone review
4.5 stars

Apple iPhone review

By Jason Denwood

After a 6 month wait, the iPhone has finally launched in the US. But has it been worth the wait? Pocket-lint went Stateside to try it out. Having lived with the phone for the weekend there is no denying the fact that it's large and minimalist at the same... Read more

EA's Fight Night could be coming to the Nintendo Wii

EA's Fight Night could be coming to the Nintendo Wii

By Jason Denwood

Our sister gaming site is reporting that EA's boxing game, Fight Night could be making its way on to the console from Nintendo to challenge Nintendo's Wii Boxing title. In an interview with boxing website doghouseboxing.com, Fight Night producer Michael... Read more

Anna Nicole, The Super Bowl, And Nasa Star In The Google Weekly Zeitgeist

Anna Nicole, The Super Bowl, And Nasa Star In The Google Weekly Zeitgeist

By Jason Denwood

An online community of people keen to know more searched Google.com this week to find details of [Anna Nicole Smith]'s sudden death, and the equally strange news that a third man, [Prince Frederick von Anhalt], is claiming paternity of the late Ms. Smith's... Read more

BT launch Videophone 1000 and Videophone 2000

BT launch Videophone 1000 and Videophone 2000

By Jason Denwood

BT has announced the launch of two new videophones. The new Videophone 1000 and Videophone 2000 are broadband-enabled video telephones, which lets users see who they are talking to. Calls are made using a broadband line with a BT Broadband Talk account.... Read more

Garmin launch bike friendly zumo 400

Garmin launch bike friendly zumo 400

By Jason Denwood

Garmin has announced a new version of the zumo motorcycle navigator, the zumo 400. Following on from TomTom's dedicated bike system Garmin's new offering has been designed to be used while wearing gloves. The new unit features glove-friendly design with... Read more

ILFORD add to OMNIJET paper stock range

ILFORD add to OMNIJET paper stock range

By Jason Denwood

ILFORD has announced today the second step towards the completion of its wide format media range, OMNIJET. The company has said that the latest additions have been created to cater for customers seeking a specialised host of media. All films have been... Read more

Imagine Cup 2007 calls student photographers to represent the UK

Imagine Cup 2007 calls student photographers to represent the UK

By Jason Denwood

Microsoft has announced that it is adding a digital photography challenge to its Imagine Cup this year. The Imagine Cup’s Digital Photography Competition calls students around the globe to explore their creativity by using technology to solve real-world... Read more

Bonusprint launches digital photography guide

Bonusprint launches digital photography guide

By Jason Denwood

Bonusprint has launched a guide to digital photography to help people get the most out of their digital cameras. The free guide, available from its website, aims to give those new to the area hints and tips on getting up and running quickly and covers... Read more

Epson launches Enhanced Matte Poster Board in A3+ and A2

Epson launches Enhanced Matte Poster Board in A3+ and A2

By Jason Denwood

Epson has announced that it is launching A3+ and A2 Enhanced Matte Poster Board sheets ideal for storefront graphics and point of purchase (POP) displays. Photographers, artists agencies and POP print shops have the benefit of a flat matte surface combined... Read more

Motorists more concerned about petrol prices than anything else

Motorists more concerned about petrol prices than anything else

By Jason Denwood

While the powers that be spend their time trying to figure out ways of getting motorists out of their cars and on to public transport, it appears it's the cost of petrol that's really putting a bee in the car bonnet of UK drivers. Motorists are now more... Read more

Scooby Doo Mystery Machine voted best fictional car of all time

Scooby Doo Mystery Machine voted best fictional car of all time

By Jason Denwood

Scooby Doo's Mystery Machine has been voted as the best fictional car of all time, in a new survey. The children's cartoon was first launched on TV back in 1969 on CBS, and has been remade several times, most recently as a film starring Sarah Michelle... Read more

One Laptop Per Child announces 4 million pre-orders

One Laptop Per Child announces 4 million pre-orders

By Jason Denwood

The $100 laptop project, One Laptop Per Child, is claiming that four developing countries have ordered 4 million laptops (one million each). A spokesperson for the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) programme revealed that Nigeria, Brazil, Argentina and Thailand... Read more

Survey finds people spending more time with mouse than partner

Survey finds people spending more time with mouse than partner

By Jason Denwood

A new survey by Logitech has found that almost half of us spend more time with our computer mouse than our partner or pet. In a survey of just over 2000 people, 41% say they spend over 5 hours on an average day in the company of a computer mouse. Furthermore,... Read more

Vodafone to launch USB Modem based 3G data card

Vodafone to launch USB Modem based 3G data card

By Jason Denwood

Vodafone UK today announced that it will be launching the Vodafone Mobile Connect USB Modem, a new version of its 3G broadband data card designed especially for users of the latest generation of laptops, desktops and Apple MacBooks, later this year. The... Read more

T-Mobile bring web'n'walk to pay-as-you-go customers

T-Mobile bring web'n'walk to pay-as-you-go customers

By Jason Denwood

T-Mobile has opened up its web'n'walk internet service to its pay-as-you-go handset customers today hoping to draw in more users. The announcement, designed to open up the mobile internet to everyone, will give T-Mobile pay-as-you-go customers the ability... Read more

Sky looks set to change set-top box design

Sky looks set to change set-top box design

By Jason Denwood

Sky is planning a major design overhaul of its basic entry-level digibox, sources have revealed to Digital Spy. According to the site that covers showbiz and satellite news stories, "the new design for 2006 sports a silver wrap-around cover. Control buttons... Read more

Seiko creates E Ink wrist watch

Seiko creates E Ink wrist watch

By Jason Denwood

Seiko has announced an ultra-slim watch featuring an electrophoretic display (EPD) that will be available in March 2006. Called the Spectrum, the limited edition (only 500 are being made) watch features a microcapsule-type Electrophoresis display module,... Read more

Gorillaz’s to give alternative Christmas speech

Gorillaz’s to give alternative Christmas speech

By Jason Denwood

Never one to miss an opportunity 3, the 3G operator in the UK, is offering its customers an alternative to the Queen's Speech courtesy of the Gorillaz's bass player Murdoc. Available free to customers on Christmas Day, the speech embraces a range of diverse... Read more

Santa Claus Worm delivers bad present to IM users

Santa Claus Worm delivers bad present to IM users

By Jason Denwood

Anti-virus companies are warning Instant Messenger users to be wary of joke messages and e-cards as they may contain the Santa Claus worm. IMLogic, a company that specialises in virus detection in Instant Messenger programs warned last night that the... Read more

Lexar to offer Google apps on USB drive

Lexar to offer Google apps on USB drive

By Jason Denwood

Lexar has announced it is to bundle Google applications like Picasa, Google Toolbar and Google Desktop Search applications on its line of USB flash drives. The offering is the first time consumers will be able to install Google applications from a USB... Read more

Crazy Frog fined for misleading customers

Crazy Frog fined for misleading customers

By Jason Denwood

The distributors behind the "Crazy Frog" ringtone service has been fined £40,000 because for misleading customers about the real cost of the service. Service provider mBlox was also ordered to refund all 338 people who complained to premium rate services... Read more