Monthly Archives: September 2011

Apple to Discontinue iPod Shuffle and iPod Classic [RUMOR]

At its next major media event on Oct. 4, Apple may discontinue some of its popular products — the iPod classic and iPod shuffle. If it happens, it would hardly be a surprise: The iPod classic is a remnant from pre-iPhone times, … Continue reading

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Amazon Kindle Fire: First Impressions [VIDEO

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Google+ now lets you download full size photos

The Google+ team reports two changes today with its service, including the ability to download full size photos, and adding your own comments to personalize games to go along with an improved Games stream. With the photo actions tab, you … Continue reading

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Motorola Xoom for £319 – Bargain!

The Motorola Xoom has been reduced by many retailers by around £180 recently and is now available for £329 from Currys, PC World and John Lewis. The cheapest however is from Tesco Direct whereby with vouchers you can pick this … Continue reading

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Firefox 7 Is Here: Will It Stop Hogging Memory & Let You Browse Faster?

Firefox 7 comes less than six weeks after the release of Firefox 6. Mozilla moved to a more rapid release cycle with a more streamlined, frequent and incremental upgrade cycle a la Google’s Chrome browser, after Firefox 4launched back in March. As a result, … Continue reading

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Add-In: My Movies for WHS 2011 2.10 PR3

First is version 2.10 Pre Release 2: Added: Existing converter jobs can now be overwritten Added: Description for video converter profiles Added: Profiles now stores supported devices in file comments Fix: MP4 tagging is now done with other library, as … Continue reading

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The Mango update to Windows Phone 7 is rolling out now

Microsoft began to roll out the Mango update to Windows Phone 7 today. The update process will be a rolling event, one that the company described as “conservative” at its start. Microsoft wants to avoid another update cycle fiasco, such … Continue reading

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iPhone 5: UK launch invite hits British inboxes

Still buzzing from the excitement of Apple confirming the iPhone 5 launch next week? If you’re a fellow UK resident, there’s an even better reason to get hyped up: Apple’s holding a simultaneous UK launch event. Check the invite image here: The … Continue reading

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IPad has ‘80% of North American tablet market’

Apple's iPad captured 80% of the tablet computer market in the US and Canada in April to July, a report has said. The iPad accounted for six million of all 7.5 million tablets shipped in North America during the second … Continue reading

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Xobni’s contact context gets smarter with new Gmail and Android releases

If you’ve been looking for a smarter way to manage your Gmail and Android contacts, the folks at Xobni have good news for you today. It’s called Smartr (no, not that Smartr) and it really is a smarter way to go about overcoming … Continue reading

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