Category Archives: Technology

O2 4G Launch Date – It’s Official

O2 has revealed the date its new 4G network will go live in the UK.   From the 29th August, 4G will be available in London, Leeds and Bradford on the O2 network. After …

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Asus Developing Super-Thin Tablet PC

Asus is reportedly developing the thinnest tablet yet to be made.   A blog on a Hungarian site has reported the existence of the device, although the source of the news is unclear, so …

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iOS 7 Includes Fingerprint Scanner Code

Yesterday we posted about the new iPhone 5C.   We said that the new premium iPhone might be named something wacky like ‘iPhone 5FP’ after its rumoured fingerprint sensor.   We might have been …

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Sky Launches TV Set Top Box

Sky TV has launched a new set top box offering on-demand services over the internet.   The Sky Now box is a low cost alternative to subscribing to the full Sky service.   Priced …

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Smart Homes for the Do-It-Yourselfer Automated Security

Today’s home security and automation alarms would look like space technology to our grandparents’ generation. After all, they used barbed wire, barking dogs and peacocks to protect property. If you’re looking for something that …

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Compulab Releases Raspberry Pi Rival

Fans of the Raspberry Pi will be very excited by this new mini PC with a quad-core CPU.   The Utilite is a new device from Israeli firm Compulab, and it’s very similar to …

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Solar Power Headphones Can Charge Your Phone

A designer from Glasgow has launched a Kickstarter project to produce headphones with solar panels.   The high-tech cans actually charge your smartphone whilst on the move, using just the power of sunlight.   …

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Garmin Creates Sat Nav Smartphone Projector

Garmin, the well-known sat nav manufacturer, has developed a new smartphone app that works with a portable projector in order to project driving directions onto the windscreen of your car.   The Garmin smartphone …

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Ofcom to Improve UK Broadband

Ofcom, the regulator for the UK communications industry, is planning changes to help improve competition amongst suppliers of superfast broadband. The regulator has two main aims. It wants to cut the cost of switching …

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