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    Web radio isn’t just about keeping up with your favourite progammes. It’s also about discovery: connecting with new musical genres and communities, whether distant or local.

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    A combined solar- and battery-based recharger system for iPhones, iPods, PDAs, PlayStation Portables (PSPs) and mobile phones has launched in the UK.

  • News: Facebook targets MySpace with music service

    Facebook has increased the pressure on social-networking rival by launching a its new music section for bands in a tie-up with iTunes.

  • News: Four reasons Blu-ray Disc will fail

    Now that the smoke is clearing, and Blu-ray has officially kicked HD DVD's proverbial butt, why am I still waiting to buy a Blu-ray player? My colleague forked out his hard-earned cash over a year ago so he could be the first on his street to own one, but today, Blu-ray players are less than half the price.

  • News: 50 great, free ways to improve your software

    We rounded up more than 50 of our favourite tools and tips for unlocking extra value from popular browsers, productivity applications and multimedia tools.

  • News: Apple's iPhone enters top-ten phone list

    Apple became one of the world's largest mobile phone makers in 2007, despite the iPhone only launching in June. The handset was released in the US last summer, and became available in only three other countries – the UK, Germany and France – at the end of the year.

  • News: Apple iPhone to launch in Ireland next month

    O2 will launch Apple's iPhone in Ireland on March 14, the company has confirmed.

  • News: Apple releases iPhone 1.1.4 software update

    Apple yesterday released iPhone software version 1.1.4. The 162.1MB patch is available for download and installation through iTunes.

  • News: Apple recycles iPods and mobiles for free

    Apple is offering free iPod and mobile phone recycling in the UK, and is now accepting all mobile phones, regardless of manufacturer.

  • News: Delay for Apple iPhone SDK?

    A BusinessWeek blog claims Apple is set to miss its end-of-February deadline to release the promised software development kit (SDK) for the iPhone by as long as three weeks.

  • News: Free music boosts Last.fm's user numbers

    Last.FM claims its move to enable free online music streaming has massively boosted usage of the service.

  • News: Flash prices could lead to cheap iPods & phones

    Prices of NAND flash memory could plummet this year because of weak demand and an oversupply in the market, according to analysts.

  • News: BBC iPlayer coming to iPhone & iPod touch

    iPhone and iPod touch owners will be able to use the BBC's iPlayer on-demand TV service "within weeks", the broadcaster has confirmed. This will be the first time the broadband TV service has been available beyond PC and Mac computers.

  • News: Microsoft to link Zune & Windows Mobile

    Microsoft is looking for new ways to tie Windows Mobile phones and Zune media players together, although a Zune phone remains unlikely.

  • News: doubleTwist releases media copying software

    DVD Jon, an infamous Norwegian hacker who was just 15 when he cracked encryption codes on DVDs, has released software that allows digital media files to be shared across devices.

  • News: iPod shuffle price cut as 2GB model beckons

    Apple has dropped the price of the iPod shuffle to £32. Originally priced at £49, the 1GB digital music player is the smallest produced by Apple and is available in five colours; silver, blue, green, purple and a (PRODUCT) RED special edition that helps raise money for the (RED) charity. Founded by U2 singer Bono and Bobby Shriver the charity helps to finance health programs in Africa.

  • News: Free iPod touch on offer from Orange

    Orange is offering a free iPod touch to try and attract business customers. Those signing up to an 18-month business tariff in selected Orange shops this month can claim an 8GB model of the device, while stocks last.

  • News: 25 top technology products we love

    As you can imagine, members of the gadget-deluged PC Advisor team sets a high bar on the hardware, software and websites they choose to use in their work and personal lives. So we compiled this list of the top 25 products that we don't just like but that we absolutely, positively love. 25 gadgets, gizmos, sites and services we can't live without.

  • News: 39 brilliant interactive websites & services

    Go beyond browsing. With these 39 exceptionally interactive websites and services, you can do anything from launching a private social network to publishing your own book. Here's our Web 2.0 survival guide.

  • News: 70 percent of youngsters prefer iTunes to P2P

    Purchasing music from Apple's iTunes Store is more popular among nine- to 14-year-olds than illegally downloading music over the internet, according to research firm NPD.



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