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  • News: iPods to be powered by nanotech T-shirts

    Researchers claim T-shirts with built-in nanotechnology may soon be enough to power your MP3 player.

  • News: PC Advisor's 30 great Valentine's day gifts

    It's not too late spoil your loved one this 14 February. Whether you're aiming to woo a new flame or simply keep the home fires burning, we've got technological gifts both large and small that will make you popular this Valentine's day.

  • News: Pictures: Samsung unveils latest 'Ultra' phone

    At the Mobile World Congress exhibition in Barcelona next week, Samsung Electronics will present the latest model in its popular Ultra edition range of mobile phones - the Samsung Soul.

  • News: iPod dominates Amazon top 10

    Apple's iPods continues its dominance at online retailer Amazon, holding eight of the top 10 places within Amazon's list of top-selling products. The 80GB iPod classic leads the way, followed by the silver 4GB iPod nano; the 8GB black iPod nano is in third place.

  • News: Hackers target Yahoo Music Jukebox exploit

    Online criminals are already using a reported flaw in an ActiveX control used by Yahoo's Music Jukebox, according to security software developer Symantec.

  • News: Apple launches 16GB iPhone, 32GB iPod touch

    Apple has introduced models of the iPhone and iPod touch that have double the exisiting models' memory. The higher capacity products join the existing models on the iPhone and iPod product lines.

  • News: 'Stop using RealPlayer', says StopBadware

    StopBadware.org has slammed RealNetworks for installing adware and other software without properly notifying its users.

  • News: Yahoo Music Jukebox bug threatens Windows PCs

    Multiple flaws in Yahoo's Music Jukebox player can be used to attack Windows PCs running Internet Explorer, according to a security researcher.

  • News: Low cost flash spurs innovation

    Devices that will benefit from cheaper NAND memory include SD cards, which will boast greatly expanded storage capacity, USB flash sticks, internal storage and new, lower-cost SSDs for notebook computers.

  • Pure Digital ONE

    The best-selling DAB radio out there, the ONE comes in a choice of colours: white, black or a very eye-catching pink. We're not saying there’s any stereotyping going on, but we notice that it's the black, rather than the pink model that Pure denotes as the TalkSport model.

  • News: Sony sales soar despite PlayStation 3

    Sony today reported record sales and net profit for the last three months of the fiscal year. Behind the better results were healthy sales of some of Sony products such as Bravia LCD TVs, Vaio PCs and Cybershot digital cameras. Weak spots included projection TVs and mobile phones, and the PlayStation 3 remains behind schedule.

  • News: O2 doubles iPhone call and text allowances

    O2 is to offer Apple iPhone users double the current call time and text allowances under their existing contracts

  • News: Blow to EU music piracy crackdown

    In a blow against the music industry, the European Court of Justice has ruled that EU countries don't have to require internet service providers to reveal subscriber data for use in civil cases.

  • News: U2 manager calls for heavy-handed ISP tactics

    Music fans illegally downloading songs could be subject to a 'three strikes and you’re out' rule, which will see their internet connections severed.

  • News: False start for Qtrax's 'free' music service

    Digital music users are being given the chance to legally download songs for free. Qtrax is a new online file-sharing service that offers unlimited, free music downloads that are compatible with iPods.

  • News: Amazon's iTunes killer coming to the UK

    Amazon's music download store could come to the UK this year, after the online retailer announced plans to start selling MP3 tracks via its international websites during 2008.

  • News: Last.fm releases free music download service

    A free music service that promises to pay unsigned artists royalties every time a user streams a track to their computer has been launched.

  • News: Report: iTunes offers more choice than P2P

    Apple's iTunes Store offers a better catalogue of tracks than illegal peer-to-peer (P2P) services, according to industry group the IFPI's latest Digital Music Report.

  • News: Apple: iTunes movie rentals to boost iPod sales

    The main strategy behind Apple's new iTunes movie rentals service is to sell more iPods and Macs, a company executive claims.

  • News: Mac 'on fire' as Apple reports huge growth

    Apple sold 2.3 million Macs and 22.1 million iPods during the holiday shopping season, helping the company achieve $1.58bn profit during its fiscal first quarter. The Mac totals mark the third consecutive quarter that Apple has set a quarterly sales record for its desktops and laptops.



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