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  • News: BBC Worldwide Launching Indie Publisher Label

    Speaking at the Develop conference in Brighton, UK, the BBC announced that it would be launching a British indie publishing label very soon.

  • News: Apple adds Core i5, Thunderbolt to MacBook Air

    On Wednesday, simultaneous with the release of Mac OS X Lion, Apple announced the impending release of new MacBook Air models. The new editions of Apple's lightweight 11- and 13-inch laptops have received a major boost in speed and connectivity: They're now powered by Intel Core i5 processors and feature the new Thunderbolt connectivity technology. Coming in at the same prices as the previous generation of MacBook Airs, these new models also sport backlit keyboards.

  • News: Apple announces world's first Thunderbolt display

    Apple has announced the 27in Apple Thunderbolt Display, a docking station and display compatible with the newest MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models.

  • News: Apple updates Mac mini range

    Apple has announced a new range of Mac minis, sporting Intel's Sandy Bridge processors and Thunderbolt ports. The 2.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 mac mini comes with 2GB of RAM and a starting price of £529.

  • News: Apple delivers OS X Lion to Mac App Store

    Apple today officially launched OS X Lion, the first major upgrade to its operating system software in two years.

  • News: Apple announces new MacBook Air range

    Apple has unveiled a new generation of MacBook Airs, sporting Intel Sandy Bridge processors and high-speed Thunderbolt ports.

  • Aqua Phone Case protects your iPhone or BlackBerry

    Thumbs Up World is set to start selling a waterproof case for iPhone and BlackBerry smartphones that still allows the touchscreen controls to be used. The 100 percent waterproof Aqua Phone Case can be used at depths of a metre. It will cost £19.99

  • News: Apple finally unleashes Mac OS X Lion

    Mac OS X 10.7 Lion is now available to download through the Mac App Store.

  • News: The Swindle: 'Deus Ex Meets Sonic the Hedgehog'

    Ben There, Dan That! developer Size Five Games (formerly Zombie Cow Games) has announced its latest game: a "steampunk cybercrime caper."

  • News: New Roku Models Can Play Angry Birds

    Roku has unveiled its latest streaming players, the Roku 2 series. The petite Roku 2 feature all of the same features we liked in the previous Roku XDS along with a lot of potentially exciting new features.

  • News: Many Tricks releases mouse-mover Keymo

    Mac OS X Lion, slated for a Wednesday release, may embrace multitouch gestures and trackpad shenanigans, but if you prefer a keyboard-based solution for your mousing and navigation, software company Many Tricks may have just the ticket for you. The company has released Keymo, a new tool that allows users to move and orient their on-screen cursor by way of keyboard shortcuts.

  • News: Final Fantasy Tactics Out Now on PSN

    The enhanced PSP port of the original Final Fantasy Tactics is now available to download via PSN for North American gamers.

  • News: Zeboyd Titles Make More in a Week on PC

    Indie Developer Zeboyd Games has announced that their RPG double-pack has made considerably more in its short time on Steam than in over a year on the Xbox.

  • News: Google+ leaps to top spot among free iPhone apps

    The top free iPhone application is now Google+, the new social network system from Google, less than 24 hours after it appeared on Apple's App Store. And that's despite a foulup that apparently first published the wrong version of the app.

  • News: Roku Adds Angry Birds, Improves Netflix Support

    Roku has debuted the next generation of its set-top entertainment player, aiming to solidify its position in the streaming entertainment sector. In addition to adding 802.11n support across all devices and improved Netflix support for high-end models, the Roku now does games.

  • News: Gaslamp Games Resolute Amid Dredmor's Teething Troubles

    Dungeons of Dredmor developer Gaslamp Games has remained honest and open with the community, even with the game's early issues.

  • News: 10 Comic-Con 2011 panels that should grab every geek

    With Comic-Con 2011 opening tonight, we figured more than a few of our regular readers might be interested in what this year's conference has in store for fans of sci-fi, fantasy and super heroes.

  • How-Tos: How to manage Bookmarks in Internet Explorer 9

    Bookmarks, which are known as Favourites in Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9, are a great tool for web users

  • Feature: The five best Wi-Fi related downloads

    Whether your surfing the web from home or working on the go, you probably spend a lot of time using a Wi-Fi network as opposed to a wired net connection. Here's five free tools that will making connecting to wireless network easy, as well as helping you solve any potential problems.

  • News: PopCap to pre-load games on Sony Ericsson Xperia mini smartphones

    Games firm PopCap has agreed a deal with mobile phone manufacturer Sony Ericsson to pre-load its games on the Sony Ericsson Xperia mini and Xperia mini pro smartphones.


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