Android 4.4 KitKat: release date, features and all the sweetest news | Know Your Mobile

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Android 4.4 KitKat released: What’s new?Techie News

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Humax HDR-1000S Freesat+ recorder with FreeTime • The Register

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Gizmodo: Dealzmodo: 4TB Thunderbolt External, Touchscreen Desktop, iTunes Money

Gizmodo: Dealzmodo: 4TB Thunderbolt External, Touchscreen Desktop, iTunes Money.

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TechWeekEurope UK: ‘High Quality’ Tesco Tablet To Be Released For Christmas – Report

TechWeekEurope UK: ‘High Quality’ Tesco Tablet To Be Released For Christmas – Report.

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Sky Go app gets live and on demand Sky Movies, 3G streaming coming soon

BSkyB (“Sky”), the UK’s largest pay-TV broadcaster, has announced that its rolling-out movies-on-demand streaming to its Sky Go mobile service. The service allows subscribers to watch both live and ‘on-demand’ video content on a computer, mobile device or Xbox 360. At present the Sky Go mobile app is restricted to iOS devices, with an Android app due out shortly, and it can only be viewed using a WiFi connection, though it’s thought that it will enable users to view movies using a 3G connection some time soon.
“The launch of Sky Movies on demand with Sky Go will give customers complete control over how, when and where they access hundreds of movies, including new releases and classic films – all at no extra charge”. Movies-on-demand on Sky Go will be free to use for those who subscribe to one of its movie packages, though the service won’t facilitate downloads yet…

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You Can Now Buy Sony’s Dual-Screen Tablet P

Sony may or may not have succeeded in giving the Tablet P an aura of awesome, we'll let buyers decide that on their own, but it did manage to make it stand apart from all other tablets out there.Simply, it isn't actually a tablet, but two tablets that can fold together like a clamshell.

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Samsung may quit netbook market in 2012

A stray email purporting to be from Samsung suggests that the company may be putting an end to its production of netbooks next year. The email specifically namechecks 10.1-inch devices, saying that the range will be replaced by ultraportables and 'Ultrabooks', the PC equivalent to the MacBook Air. The email, sent to the company's trade partner, reads: "Following the introduction of our new strategy in Q1 2012, we stop the product range in 10.1" (Netbook) in Q1 2012 for the benefit of Ultraportables products (11.6 and 12-inches) and ultrabooks to be launched in 2012."

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RAM Starts Getting Expensive Again

Hopefully it won't be a lightning fast process, 
not like what happened to HDDs when they doubled or tripled in price, but factories seem to be have finally succeeded in sending chip prices hiking. It isn't just any percentage either, but a full 10%, for 1 Gb DDR2 at least, while 2 Gb DDR3 went up by 3%. 

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HTC Sensation XE Coming Soon to Three UK

It looks like Three UK will be launching the HTC Sensation XE after all, even though the carrier decided to choose the HTC Sensation XL instead. However, due to overwhelming feedback asking for the Sensation XE, Three UK has decided to add the smartness to thier portfolio…

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