Another day, another new digital music service launch as the beardy one announces Virgin’s offering.
Archive for August, 2005
Hang on to your hernias – Samsung have released a beast of a laptop.
Is it an iPod? Is it a Motorola phone? Nope, it’s the iPhone. At long bleedin’ last.
Get ready for the rush as big companies acknowledge VoIP and start bringing out ‘normal’ phone handsets that don’t need a PC to function.
Games Market Europe marks the advent of a new era in the European business. The event has been designed to get to the heart of the video and computer games industry, with a focus on a controlled environment in which people can actually network and do business.
Lord Birt, ex-Director General of the BBC, tells an audience of TV execs at the Edinburgh TV Festival that current EPGs don’t cut the mustard.
Hamster helps UK lad with GCSEs, whilst US kids buy mobiles just for texting.
NDS have their mVideoGuard DRM technology burnt into silicon by Frontier Silicon to protect T-DMB, DVB-H and DAB content.
Research reveals that men are more susceptible to online scams, spam and viruses.