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  • News: QR Code Festival broadens reach of Korean films

    Korean film makers have come up with a novel use of technology to widen the availability of their films: they are posting links to them as QR codes on the film festival website. The Korean QR Code Film Festival runs until the end of July. QR Code apps are available for Google Android 2.3 smartphones, among others

  • News: Apple expands free Lion upgrade offer

    Apple on Wednesday offered details about its free Lion upgrade offer, saying the deal also applies to Macs bought from authorized resellers after the new operating system's debut.

  • How-Tos: Run a small business from your smartphone

    You know that running a business can be tough. Luckily, you have technology on your side.

  • Opinion: Fake Apple Store in China Carries Real Gear

    The fake Apple stores in China that made headlines for looking exactly like the real thing are, in fact, elaborate knock-offs. And at least one store employee knows it.

  • Libratone Live AirPlay wireless speakers

    Libratone has announced a new upright speaker that makes use of the AirPlay Wi-Fi streaming feature on Macs to deliver audio and podcasts from an iTunes library to anywhere within network range. The Libratone Live AirPlay speaker will go onsale in the UK from September and will cost £599

  • Opinion: Revert OS X Lion's Page Scrolling To the Old Direction

    I wouldn't exactly call myself an old-fashioned guy, but I'm a little surprised at how long it's taking me to get accustomed to one of the minor little tweaks in OS X Lion, the new version of Apple's Mac operating system that launched today. I'm talking about page scrolling, which Apple has just inverted by default, and the newly tweaked feature can take more than a little getting used to.

  • News: Installing Lion: What you need to know

    [Editor's note: This article is part of our series of articles on installing and upgrading to Lion.]

  • News: Smartphone sales to hit 1 billion by 2016

    The number of smartphones sold by 2016 could hit one billion, says Juniper research.

  • News: What's new in Lion: the Finder and files

    While there are many new features in Lion--like Mission Control and Launchpad--you'll also find some old familiars: The Finder, Spotlight, Quick Look, the Dock, and About this Mac, for example, are all still there. But that's not to say these OS X staples have stayed exactly the same. Here's a rundown of how they've changed in Lion.

  • News: Google+ for iPhone Takes App Store by Storm

    Google+ for iPhone hit Apple's App Store a mere 24 hours ago but it's being downloaded like wildfire as it currently sitting atop the heap as the most popular free app available from iTunes. This is big news considering Google+ is still invitation-only and only has 18 million users so far, compared to Facebook's 750 million. That said, Google+ users can now upload contacts from Outlook and Mac address books (not Facebook, though), which may result in even bigger Google+

  • 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: iPhone and iPad popularity sends Apple profits soaring

    The popularity of the iPhone and the iPad have helped send Apple's profits soaring, the tech giant has revealed.

  • News: Apple's China sales up six-fold in fiscal third quarter

    Apple believes it is just "scratching the surface" of the Chinese market, as the company's revenue from the country for the quarter ended June 25 increased by more than six times from the same period last year.

  • Sony CMT-G series DAB micro Hi-Fi iPod docks

    Sony has unveiled four micro hi-fi players that offer a combination of Wi-Fi music streaming, DAB radio and iPod docking. The Sony CMT-G Series costs from £100.

  • News: Apple trade show returns to UK in 2012

    Apple Expo- a trade/consumer event for the Apple community will take place in London next May.


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