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Three has confirmed that it has bought part of Everything Everywhere’s 1800MHz spectrum meaning they can now begin deploying their own 4G network ahead of the spectrum auction in 2013.
Our complete guide the latest details and rumours on the possible Apple iTV release date, price, specs and more. Will Apple’s venture into the TV market pay off? Find out here!
The BBC says the prospect of its iPlayer application coming to Windows Phone is remote due to the development tools Microsoft requires app developers to use which the beeb are unable to reuse on other platforms.
The man who ran Apple when Steve Jobs departed in 1985 says he’s backing the company to take over the TV market with the announcement of the long awaiting Apple iTV flatsreen set.
Samsung announces that its Galaxy Note “phablet” has broken a milestone for the number of units sold (10 million) and also announce the arrival of the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet and soon arrival of the Galaxy Note 2.
The long wait for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 looks like it’ll finally come to an end next week thanks to a listing on the Carphone Warehouse website earlier this week. Find out more about the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 here!
Speculation that Samsung will release a black shade of its Galaxy S3 smartphone have seriously gathered pace in the last week as another UK retailer website adds the device to it’s pre-order listing.
One of the hardest parts about starting up on your own is deciding how to kit out your home office. Do you chose a Mac or PC, wireless or wired? Our ultimate how to guide will help you decide.
Google’s new piracy-fighting search algorithm, which downgrades illegal content, is unlikely to affect its YouTube service which, is arguably the home of much of the web’s illegally uploaded content.