Kindle Owners To Get Access To Library E-books21 April 2011
Amazon has reversed its stance on allowing Kindle owners borrowing ebooks from libraries - in the United States at least.
Sonos Releases Android App and Airplay Update19 April 2011
Sonos has released the Sonos Controller Android app and an update that enables full Airplay support in all Sonos players.
Wacom Announces Capacitive Bamboo Stylus18 April 2011
Sick of pawing your tablet with your completely inaccurate digits? Well tablet experts Wacom may have the answer.
Amazon Announces Ad-Supported Kindle13 April 2011
Amazon has cut the price of the Kindle with Special Offers, but readers will now get ads and promotions on their e-reader.
YouTube To Spend $100 Million On Original Content08 April 2011
YouTube is set for a major overhaul as it reorganises its content around channels and will spend $100 million on original content.
Tobii PCEye Brings Eye Control To Your PC08 April 2011
Ever wanted to open a new browser tab but just couldn't summon the energy to move your mouse? Here's the answer.
Seagate GoFlex Slim Is World's Thinnest HDD05 April 2011
With thinness being one of the most important aspects of any modern device, Seagate gives us a 9mm thick USB 3.0 HDD.
Cisco Unveils Sleek Wireless Routers and Switches05 April 2011
Cisco has taken the sleek design from its premium Linksys E4200 and released four svelte-looking and more affordable routers.
First Rewritable Blu-ray XL Disc Shipping This Month04 April 2011
Panasonic has announced the availability of a 100GB triple layer Blu-ray rewritable disc from 15 April with a price tag of Â£75.
Email Breach Could Affect Millions04 April 2011
Marketing firm Epsilon which handles communications for many household names, has had millions of email addresses stolen.
Sony Launches Two DAB+ Radios01 April 2011
Sony has launched a retro-looking DAB+ radio and a not-so-retro looking clock radio.
Ofcom Proposes Broadband Price Reductions31 March 2011
The cost of home telephone and broadband could be set to tumble as Ofcom proposes Openreach reduce its prices.
Intel 320 SSDs Offer Higher Capacity And Lower Prices29 March 2011
Intel has managed to keep prices down while offering capacities up to 600GB by taking advantage of its 25nm process.
Wi-Fi Coming To 120 Underground Stations28 March 2011
Despite some concerns about security threats, London Underground is planning on bringing WiFi to 120 Tube stations.
Kindle Lending Service Lendle Reinstated By Amazon23 March 2011
Lendle, a service which allows Kindle users to borrow each others' books, was initally shut down by Amazon but has now been reinstated.
LG Announces WCP-700 Wireless Charging Pad23 March 2011
Beyond announcing the existence of its first charging pad however, LG has given us precious little detail about the WCP-700.
Ofcom Preparing 4G Consultation22 March 2011
Ofcom is hoping that the auction for the 4G spectrum will enable high-speed mobile connection as well as promote competition.
Approval Finally Given To .xxx Domain21 March 2011
ICANN has finally approved the designation of .xxx as the domain for all pornographic sites.
New York Times Heads For The Pay Wall18 March 2011
From 28 March, readers of the NYT's online editions will have to pay $15 for a four week subscription.
Google Buys Parrot Pictures To Improve YouTube Quality16 March 2011
Google has bought a small Irish company to help improve the quality of content being uploaded to its video-sharing site.
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