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Music Video Company VEVO Learns Dutch, Launches In The Netherlands

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VEVO just became available in a whole new market, as its streaming music video service was launched in The Netherlands today. The launch will make more than 75,000 music videos available to Dutch viewers, and brings the total number of countries that it operates in to 11. The Netherlands launch...
Music Video Company VEVO Learns Dutch, Launches In The Netherlands

Apple begins to ease new iPad availability, orders now showing 1-2 week deliveries

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Having officially sold over 3 million new iPads since launch day, Apple has begun to ease constraints on availability as delivery times have been cut by up to a week across a number of the company’s regional online stores. Customers rushing to preorder the new iPad brought the Apple website...
Apple begins to ease new iPad availability, orders now showing 1-2 week deliveries

Apple confirms iPhone 5 pre-orders to begin September 14th at 12:01am PST/3am EST

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Apple has issued confirmation to Wired that iPhone 5 pre-orders will begin on September 14th at 12:01am PST/3am EST on Apple.com. There will also be pre-orders from Sprint at 12:01 PT and Verizon at 12:00 PT, so you should be able to get your new iPhone from any of those...
Apple confirms iPhone 5 pre-orders to begin September 14th at 12:01am PST/3am EST
The new iPad launches in 25 more countries today

Microsoft and Nokia bring enhanced traffic data to Windows Phone, announce international plans

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Cross-pollination is a beautiful thing. In the natural world, it brings bountiful harvests and pretty flowers. In the mobile world, we benefit from the sharing of ideas and technologies. Case in point is Windows Phone, as Microsoft has just announced that it's adopted traffic information from Nokia into the...
Microsoft and Nokia bring enhanced traffic data to Windows Phone, announce international plans
Microsoft Raising the Roof Ahead of Windows Developer Conference

The PS3 gets a native YouTube app in 19 more countries across Europe, Australasia, Africa and Asia

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Back in August we reported that Google had rolled out a native YouTube app for PlayStation 3, the one major downside being that it was available in the US only (and Canada a month later). Until now, that is. A quick peruse of the TV/Video services section reveals that European...
The PS3 gets a native YouTube app in 19 more countries across Europe, Australasia, Africa and Asia

Bing Maps taps Nokia to power its Traffic feature and geocoding information

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In a move that is certain to raise eyebrows and acquisition rumors (again), Bing today announced that Nokia will power the Traffic feature of its Maps product. Also, Nokia geocoding information will be integrated to improve routing results. Mapping is no small piece of Bing, as it is integrated into...
Bing Maps taps Nokia to power its Traffic feature and geocoding information

When Apple's iPhone 5 goes abroad, Italy is most expensive, Hong Kong the cheapest

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As Apple’s iPhone 5 comes to 22 more countries today (Friday), a new analysis shows that Italian customers are paying the most for their new phones, while Hong Kong buyers get the best deal overseas. Setteb.it broke down the pricing across 25 different localized Apple Online Stores, including applicable VAT...
When Apple's iPhone 5 goes abroad, Italy is most expensive, Hong Kong the cheapest

Sony releases ‘Music Unlimited’ Spotify competitor as iOS app

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Looking to rival competitors like Spotify and MOG, Sony today launched its Music Unlimited streaming service as an iOS app. We told you back in January that it was coming, but today the free app officially hits the App Store with subscriptions starting at $3.99/monthly for varying access to...
Sony releases ‘Music Unlimited’ Spotify competitor as iOS app
Apple moves 3 million third-generation iPads over launch weekend

Google improves maps for several countries, helps you follow the path well trodden

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So it seems the team at Mountain View won't rest until the whole world is mapped to within an inch of its cartographic life. Good for us though, and especially folk in Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Lesotho, Macau, Portugal, San Marino, Singapore and Vatican City. Those nations...
Google improves maps for several countries, helps you follow the path well trodden

11 February will be a day of protest in Europe against the controversial ACTA treaty

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With calls to fight the controversial SOPA and PIPA bills in the US — which Google, Wikipedia and other technology giants moved to campaign against – proving a success, similar calls are being made to rally against the Anti-Counterfeiting Trademark Agreement (ACTA) in Europe, by joining a day of protest. Access, an organisation that says...
11 February will be a day of protest in Europe against the controversial ACTA treaty

Microsoft expands international availability of Surface RT

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Three months after its US release, Microsoft has announced availability of the Surface RT tablet for some other countries. On February 14, the device will launch in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. No announcement has been made regarding the Surface...
Microsoft expands international availability of Surface RT

CloudOn launching its iOS, Android tablet apps in 16 more countries, Office hounds rejoice

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Surprise, surprise, CloudOn has just opened a fresh can of tablet-friendly Office and is getting ready to deliver it outside of the US, UK and Canada for the first time in its relatively short history. The cloud-based service announced it's now launching its iOS and Android applications in 16...
CloudOn launching its iOS, Android tablet apps in 16 more countries, Office hounds rejoice

Spotify eyes Asia and Americas expansion, adding Traditional Chinese and LatAm Spanish on iOS

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Following the global roll-out of its Follow tab on the desktop, Spotify has released an update to its iOS app, adding support for Latin American Spanish and Traditional Chinese. The addition of these languages obviously grows Spotify’s potential user-base in its existing markets, but given recent rumors that Spotify is planning launches...
Spotify eyes Asia and Americas expansion, adding Traditional Chinese and LatAm Spanish on iOS

Rdio Streams Music To 11 New Nations, Tweaks iPhone App

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Rdio expands its reach. Rdio has just expanded its streaming music system to Austria, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania and Mexico, among other countries. The music-streaming company also made its free web offer (the initial six months before a paid monthly tariff kicks in) available in Brazil. Along with...
Rdio Streams Music To 11 New Nations, Tweaks iPhone App

Apple Store Down Ahead of iPad Mini Pre-Orders

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Apple's Online Store has gone offline in preparation for iPad mini pre-orders. Pre-orders for the iPad mini and the fourth-generation iPad will likely begin at 12:01 AM Pacific / 3:01 AM Eastern on October 26. Customers can begin pre-ordering all models of iPad mini and all models of the fourth...
Apple Store Down Ahead of iPad Mini Pre-Orders

Third-gen iPad goes on sale in 25 more countries

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The third-generation iPad is now on sale in an additional 25 countries. The emphasis is mostly on Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and Sweden are included. The only non-European countries...
Third-gen iPad goes on sale in 25 more countries

Evernote, Now With Its First COO, Takes Its Premium Evernote Business App To 26 New Markets

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Evernote, the popular personal information and productivity app, is taking another step today in building out its premium service offerings: its enterprise app, Evernote Business, which formally launched in seven markets in December 2012, has now been switched on throughout the European Union, Norway and Iceland, with Australia and New...
Evernote, Now With Its First COO, Takes Its Premium Evernote Business App To 26 New Markets

Google Maps gets more detail in Europe, Africa and Asia, including attractions, roads and ferry routes

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Google has announced a slew of updates to its perennially popular (and ubiquitous) Maps service, as it rolls out more details and information for Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Lesotho, Macau, Portugal, San Marino, Singapore and Vatican City. Following on from the updates it rolled out last year for...
Google Maps gets more detail in Europe, Africa and Asia, including attractions, roads and ferry routes

Wave at Your PC: Kinect for Windows Now Available

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As Steve Ballmer promised in January, Microsoft has released version 1.0 of the Kinect for the Windows Software Development Kit (SDK). Improvements since the Beta 2 version, which was released in November 2011, include support for up to four Kinect sensors on one computer, improved skeletal tracking and speech...
Wave at Your PC: Kinect for Windows Now Available
Evernote names new COO, brings its business service to 26 new countries

Sony debuts Music Unlimited iPhone app

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Sony has released its promised Music Unlimited client for iOS devices. Although the app is not yet in the US App Store, it should already be available in countries like Canada and New Zealand. The Music Unlimited service itself is accessible in 14 countries so far; other examples include Australia,...
Sony debuts Music Unlimited iPhone app

Apple reports it has sold 3 million new iPads since launch day

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Apple has reported that it sold 3 million units of its new iPad. CUPERTINO, California―March 19, 2012―Apple® today announced it has sold three million of its incredible new iPad®, since its launch on Friday, March 16. The new iPad features a stunning new Retina™ display, Apple’s new A5X chip with...
Apple reports it has sold 3 million new iPads since launch day

Microsoft Gives Surface RT to Europe for Valentine's Day

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Three months after debuting its new Surface RT in the United States, Microsoft is is increasing the device’s overseas availability. The company said today that on February 14 it will launch the RT in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. Still...
Microsoft Gives Surface RT to Europe for Valentine's Day
Regional U.S. carriers to launch discounted iPhone 5 tonight as Apple begins rollout to 22 more countries

SkyDrive for Xbox 360 lands today plus 40+ apps before Spring 2013

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SkyDrive arrives on Xbox 360 today, Microsoft has confirmed, focusing on multimedia sharing as the company teases a gush of more than forty new apps for the console in 2013. While it’s possible to browse all the files in your SkyDrive storage on the console, the default view is “Photos and...
SkyDrive for Xbox 360 lands today plus 40+ apps before Spring 2013

Xbox 360 to get 40 new entertainment apps on Xbox Live

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Microsoft announced today that the Xbox 360 is announcing 40 new entertainment apps this week via the Xbox Live online entertainment service.Microsoft recently launched 20 new apps on Xbox Live. But between now and the spring, the company will launch 40 more apps. Clearly, the apps show that the...
Xbox 360 to get 40 new entertainment apps on Xbox Live

Three UK offers unlimited roaming data for £5 per day with its new Euro Roaming Pass

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Moving to offer more cost-effective European roaming plans to its customers, UK mobile operator Three today launched its new Euro Internet Pass, a new roaming plan that will deliver unlimited browsing data for £5 per day. Three’s Euro Internet Pass allows customers to connect to their favourite social networks, look-up...
Three UK offers unlimited roaming data for £5 per day with its new Euro Roaming Pass
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