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There’s a loophole in the TV licensing system that means iPlayer users don’t need TV licences. How can iPlayer charges be enforced? It’s reasonable to pay, but unclear how it should be done.
The Asus Zenbook UX31 is one of the first laptops to conform to Intel’s Ultrabook specification. Is this the first real PC alternative to the MacBook Air?
Taking a lesson from the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and adding a few features beyond what the Apple iPad 2 offers, this thin, light and longer-lasting tablet is the best option around if you’re more interested in portability than in playing games and watching movies on a 10-inch screen.
Ever since Panasonic launched the first mirrorless compact system camera in September 2008, there has been rumour and speculation about whether Canon and Nikon would follow suit.
The Amazon Kindle 4 (aka Kindle 4th Gen, Kindle Touchless or just plain Kindle) was announced as a sidenote to the colour Kindle Fire and touch-enabled Kindle Touch. But in many ways it was the most significant of the three, because of its extraordinary price.
The iPhone 4S wasn’t quite what we were expecting from Apple’s autumnal launch event, but word on the information superhighway is that it wasn’t quite what Apple had intended to launch either.
Analysts are reporting that Apple has scheduled production of the iPad 3 to begin before the year is out.
The iPhone 4S caught many by surprise, with Apple expected to release the iPhone 5 – but instead we got an iPhone 4 with overhauled innards. Is it any good? Read our expert review to find out!
Starting today, Starbucks is set to offer UK customers a free weekly iTunes song download with their coffees.