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  • News: Phone Data Caps: Five Things You Shouldn't Do (Too Often)

    Chances are, you no longer have an unlimited data plan on your mobile phone. Just a few years back, unlimited data plans were the norm, but now these all-you-can-eat options are rapidly disappearing. AT&T did away with unlimited options last year, and Verizon Wireless followed suit this year, moving to a similar tiered model. And even if you don't have an actual data limit, your so-called unlimited plan may very well come with a speed cap: If you use too much data, you'll see your speeds decrease significantly.

  • News: Orange and Apple offer free film downloads every thursday

    Orange has teamed up with Apple to give its customers the chance to download a free film from the iTunes store every Thursday.

  • News: CloudTV maker wins $115M suit against Verizon

    Cloud-based TV infrastructure company ActiveVideo has won a US$115 million judgment against Verizon Communications for infringement of its patents.

  • News: Blackmagic Design releases free colour correction tool

    Blackmagic Design has released DaVinci Resolve Lite, a free cut-down version of DaVinci Resolve that includes powerful colour correction features.

  • News: Is Flash CS5.5 a minor update or a must-have?

    Over time, we've gotten used to Adobe's Creative Suite release cycle of roughly 18 months or so for every major version of its software packages: Design, Web, and Production Premium, and Master Collection. And now comes Creative Suite 5.5. Are Adobe's new Flash releases just minor updates that we can ignore, or is the new version of the Flash family a must-have tool? Here's the scoop on why this Flash update is particularly compelling for rich Internet application developers.

  • News: ITV to charge for 'webisodes' on ITV Player

    ITV has revealed it is to offer bespoke content through its ITV Player online TV service that web users will have to pay for.

  • News: BBC launches subscription iPad app for 11 European countries

    The BBC is expanding its popular iPlayer digital content service, launching a subscription iPad application for 11 European countries, the broadcaster said on Thursday.

  • News: BBC launches global iPlayer app for Apple's iPad

    The BBC has launched a global version of its iPlayer app for Apple's iPad available.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Negative charge

    One customer finds himself on the receiving end of a pack of Lions, the masses are still eagerly awaiting the next iPhone, and the expression "crazy like a Fox" takes on a whole new meaning. The remainders for Wednesday, July 27, 2011 are coming soon to a browser near you.

  • News: Will your creative tools run on Lion?

    We outline issues with tools from Adobe, Quark, Autodesk, Maxon and Microsoft.

  • News: Contour+ helmet cam offers new viewfinder, audio input

    The Contour+ logs GPS coordinates, shoots 1080p video and turns an Android or iPhone into a viewfinder via Bluetooth.

  • News: Twentieth Century Fox brings movies to Google Android devices

    Google Android smartphone owners will get the chance to download movies to their handset later this year thanks to Twentieth Century Fox.

  • News: Blackmagic releases public beta of DaVinci Resolve 8.0.1

    Blackmagic Design has released a public beta of DaVinci Resolve 8.0.1 with support for Mac OS X Lion and with a new 3-way colour corrector.

  • News: Apple Said In Early Talks to Acquire Hulu

    Apple has about $76.2 billion in cash and securities on hand, which puts it in a good position to make acquisitions with very little effect on its bottom line. That said, the Cupertino company may be about to make a move, and is in early talks to acquire Hulu, sources tell Bloomberg.

  • 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: Adobe Creative Suite's Lion limitations

    If you use the most recent versions of Adobe Creative Suite, exercise caution in installing Apple's latest version of OS X, Lion, which was released on Wednesday.

  • News: Logitech looks to cloud and mobile video meetings

    Logitech's LifeSize division is embracing the cloud in a bid to extend videoconferencing's reach, announcing new services and the acquisition of a small mobile video company called Mirial.

  • News: Sony Bloggie 3D MHS-FS3 camcorder hits UK

    Sony has been showing off the Bloggie 3D MHS-FS3 camcorder ahead of its imminent retail launch in the UK. Footage can be shot at 1920x1080p Full HD resolution and displayed on any 3D TV. The Bloggie 3D is one of the first consumer 3D camcorders to launch in the UK.

  • News: Netflix to hit the UK in 2012?

    US movie streaming service Netflix is expected to hit the UK early next year.

  • News: Bebo owners buy SeeSaw

    The company which owns social networking site Bebo has purchased catch-up TV service SeeSaw.



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