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Bug in Apple's iOS 6.0 triggers multiple downloads of podcasts, causing big data overages

Lenovo Goes It Alone With Own-Brand Laptop Broadband in EU, U.S.

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News updates all day from Fast Company.Lenovo, purveyor of high-end business laptops, has revealed a somewhat unusual move: It's launching its own-branded mobile broadband service in the U.S. and seven European nations, reliant on a single SIM card inside it's compatible laptops and tech from Texas-based Macheen. The service is...
Lenovo Goes It Alone With Own-Brand Laptop Broadband in EU, U.S.

Briefly: Dane-Elec, Microsoft SkyDrive, Jobs photo for sale

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Dane-Elec unveiled the first products in the Pro Sport USB3 line today. The red 8GB, 16GB blue, and 32GB black USB3 flash drives will be available on Amazon in late May. The Pro Sport flash drive boasts speeds up to 80MB/sec read and 30MB/sec write when plugged into a USB3...
Briefly: Dane-Elec, Microsoft SkyDrive, Jobs photo for sale

Virgin Media's Q4 2011 report: Brits love TiVo, Fast Broadband, Vampire Diaries

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Virgin Media's school report for both last year and last quarter has been pretty positive for the Branson-Branded service. It pulled down £4 billion ($6.3 billion) in revenue for the year and made its first ever profit with a tidy £76 million ($120 million). In the last quarter alone,...
Virgin Media's Q4 2011 report: Brits love TiVo, Fast Broadband, Vampire Diaries

Top tips to cut down mobile phone charges abroad

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Using your mobile phone on holiday? Some simple measures can reduce the likelihood of returning to an unpleasant billUsing your mobile phone while on holiday abroad can result in an unwelcome data roaming bill when you get home - especially outside of the EU. So what are our top tips...
Top tips to cut down mobile phone charges abroad

Casio's touchscreen graphing calculator arrives in 2013, makes the TI-84+ look dated

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Everything's a battleground these days, isn't it? Even the makers of humble graphing calculators can't resist a scrap. Casio is now throwing down the gauntlet, announcing that its fx-CP400 will arrive shortly after rival TI's color-screened TI-84+. Casio's offering comes with a 4.8-inch, 320 x 528, stylus-driven display and...
Casio's touchscreen graphing calculator arrives in 2013, makes the TI-84+ look dated
iOS 6 audio framework bug may be to blame for data overages

Kingston's 1TB thumb drive packs massive storage capacity in tiny package

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For anyone interested in fitting every digital music file you own onto one USB thumb drive, you are in luck. Kingston has just broken the thumb drive capacity limit, cramming 1 TB of storage into its' latest USB drive announced Monday. But before you get too excited, there are...
Kingston's 1TB thumb drive packs massive storage capacity in tiny package
SanDisk 64GB Class 10 30MB/sec Secure Digital High-Capacity SDXC Card: $47

Flickr outs new Uploadr feature for image uploads: HTML5-based, drag-and-drop UI

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If you'll recall, it was only a few weeks ago when Flickr announced Aviary was replacing the vanished Picnik as the main photo-editing tool on the site. Now, continuing its ongoing makeover, the Yahoo-owned image hosting service is introducing yet another feature. Uploadr, as it's very cleverly dubbed, is...
Flickr outs new Uploadr feature for image uploads: HTML5-based, drag-and-drop UI
iOS 6.0 bug causing massive data consumption on podcasts

Virgin Media adds 60,000 internet subscribers in three months

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High-speed broadband and Usain Bolt ad campaign help company boost internet customer base to 4.2 millionVirgin Media's high-profile ad campaign featuring Olympians Mo Farah and Usain Bolt fuelled a surge in sign ups for superfast broadband to almost 60,000 in the third quarter, the most the cable company has managed...
Virgin Media adds 60,000 internet subscribers in three months

Intel roadmap reveals 10-core Xeon E5-2600 V2 Ivy Bridge CPU

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Intel may have recently spilled its Q3 guts for 2012, but we highly doubt that the chip maker planned on outing its forthcoming projects for next year. An alleged internal slide makes the claim that the silicon giant plans to introduce a 10-core Xeon E5-2600 V2 Ivy Bridge-EP CPU...
Intel roadmap reveals 10-core Xeon E5-2600 V2 Ivy Bridge CPU

Flickr Launches New HTML5 Uploader, Increases File Size Limits

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A peek at the new Flickr Uploadr. The photo-sharing service continues to roll out updates to a long-stagnant product with a faster, prettier uploading page. The new Flickr photo and video uploader allows users to drag and drop files into the browser and then drag thumbnail previews around to reorder...
Flickr Launches New HTML5 Uploader, Increases File Size Limits

Unbranded HTC One X phones getting Android 4.0.3 update

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The HTC One X is getting its first official software update in Europe, Android Central reported. The 30MB over-the-air update, version 1.28.401.9, fixes some bugs as well, including removing the on-screen menu key within some apps such as YouTube. The auto brightness levels are also now less pronounced, and battery...
Unbranded HTC One X phones getting Android 4.0.3 update

Virgin Mobile adds $40 payLo unlimited plan for talk and text types

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Virgin Mobile's feature phone arm just added a third tier, delivering unlimited talk and texting, along with 50 megs of web access for $40 per month. This offering joins Sprint's other payLo budget offerings, including an entry-level option that includes 400 minutes of talk time for $20 per month,...
Virgin Mobile adds $40 payLo unlimited plan for talk and text types
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