Archive for March, 2007

BBC TV & Radio Trial On UK 3G

The BBC are going to start of a trial to syndicate a range of its television channels and radio networks via 3G to mobile phones within the month. Three UK operators will be taking part, Orange, Vodafone and 3 giving subscribers to the trial the ability to watch BBC One, BBC News 24 and BBC [...]

.xxx Porn Domain Defeated By ICANN

The p0rn-focused .xxx TLD has been rejected by ICANN.

Flexion ePhotomaker Review (90%): Handy Mini Studio-In-A-Bag

Handy mini studio-in-a-bag for eBay aficionados and amateur photographers looking to take studio shots on a budget.

Complete My Album Launched By Apple iTunes

Now you won’t be made to pay for tracks you’ve already paid for if you buy the album it’s from. But hurry you’ve only got 180 days to do it.

Yahoo Mail To Go Unlimited

The web-based email arms race steps up a gear – to infinite storage.

Ofcom To Regulate VoIP In UK

They’ve been talking about it for a while, now Ofcom announces their initial VoIP regulations.

Driven Mad By A Whining Asus Fan

Little fan, no fun. We suffer the slings and arrows of an outrageous PC racket.

LG-Google Handsets Coming From Deal

Co-branded LG-Google handsets will be the product of this little deal, giving three Google Apps to mobile users.

Xbox 360 Elite Announced

Microsoft crank up the pressure on Sony and its PS3, by creating a tempting bundle.

Clipboard Recorder 4.0 Review (84%)

It’s small and simple, but this clipboard application delivers on productivity.