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What to see at London festival of photography

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The second London festival of photography begins on Friday 1 June, with shows on everything from British identity to the Gaddafi regime, plus screenings, talks and masterclassesThe 2012 London Festival of Photography begins on Friday (1 June) at several venues across King's Cross, Bloomsbury, Euston and Fitzrovia. This year's theme...
What to see at London festival of photography

T-Mobile just passes the buck for my faltering iPhone 4

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The mobile phone retailer insists I have to resolve the problem directly with AppleI have a two-year contract for an iPhone 4 through T-Mobile that I took out in September 2011. The touchscreen has been malfunctioning for weeks but T-Mobile has told me I have to resolve it with Apple...
T-Mobile just passes the buck for my faltering iPhone 4

Guardian presents... so you want to be a games journalist

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We're running a free event on becoming a games writer as part of the London Games Festival. Here's how you can win tickets to come alongAs part of the London Games Festival, The Guardian will be hosting an event on 2 October, aimed at budding games journalists - or those...
Guardian presents... so you want to be a games journalist

Chatterbox: Thursday

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The place to talk about games and other things that matterYey, it's Thursday, and do you know what I like doing on Thursdays? I like to plug any events I'm involved with. And what's this? Why, it's two events I'm hosting next week! please come along!Meet the creators of Dishonored,...
Chatterbox: Thursday

Dishonored event - last few tickets available

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If you've not yet grabbed your ticket for the Guardian's Dishonored event on Wednesday, now's your chance. Meet the art team behind the game and see exclusive concept sketchesEarly reports from reviewers who've played the final code say it's one of the games of the year - and you can...
Dishonored event - last few tickets available

Chatterbox: Wednesday

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The place to talk about games and other things that matterIt's the middle of the week and... wait, what's that? You haven't yet booked your tickets for next week's events? Why, check them out below and remedy that immediately, you fool!Meet the creators of Dishonored, Oct 3, £8Come and see...
Chatterbox: Wednesday

Trying to cancel with T-Mobile turned into a shouting match

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The company initially refused to speak to me and then when I called back with my father, they turned aggressiveAs a teenager, I had to take out a mobile phone contract with T-Mobile in my father's name. Now I am of age, I wanted to cancel this to take advantage...
Trying to cancel with T-Mobile turned into a shouting match

Guardian CEO sees digital business trailing opportunity

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There is something ironic about a newspaper publisher discussing its financial travails at an event thrown for accountants. But that’s what Guardian Media Group CEO Andrew Miller did during a seminar the group hosted at its Kings Place HQ for the Institute of Chartered Accountants Scotland (ICAS). According to a...
Guardian CEO sees digital business trailing opportunity

Living on borrowed call time as Vodafone fails to deliver

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When our two sons needed new smartphones to take on their travels, we had to lend them our ownI tried to order smartphones for my two teenage sons and an iPhone 4 for myself. I was told by Vodafone that there would be a wait for the iPhone, but the...
Living on borrowed call time as Vodafone fails to deliver

The Guardian uncovers London street stories with a beautiful geolocation and audio app

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Guardian News & Media (GNM) today unveiled its latest innovation for mobile; King’s Cross, London Streetstories. It’s essentially an audio street guide, based in the area of London where the Guardian offices are located, but it allows the listener the freedom to wander as they please instead of following a directed route....
The Guardian uncovers London street stories with a beautiful geolocation and audio app

Chatterbox: Tuesday

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The place to talk about games and other things that matterIt's Tuesday and, hey, did you know we were doing a Dishonored event? Come along! No, really COME ALONG.Meet the creators of Dishonored, Oct 3, £8Come and see the artistic visionaries behind the steam punk stealth adventure. Art director Sebastien...
Chatterbox: Tuesday

Groupon's £39 flight tickets cost me £200

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Groupon sold me £39 tickets - but they ended up costing me more than booking direct with the airlineI bought four flight tickets from Groupon for £39 each. They were sold as tokens to fly to one of 25 European destinations, excluding taxes. However, it turned out that they merely...
Groupon's £39 flight tickets cost me £200

Why does BT charge so much to end broadband connection?

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I feel I'm being ripped off by a bill for nearly £30 to end serviceMy fiance and I moved from our rented flat in London, where we had broadband, and moved temporarily in with my parents so we wanted to terminate our account. I was told we would have to...
Why does BT charge so much to end broadband connection?

iPad 3, HD or TV? The Apple event - live coverage

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Will it include haptic technology? A quadruple-resolution "retina display"? Will Apple unveil a new Apple TV - or will it have an entirely new set to show off? Stay with us as we see the answers revealed.Apple's Tim Cook has invited a number of the US press to San Francisco,...
iPad 3, HD or TV? The Apple event - live coverage

Chatterbox: Friday

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The place to talk about games and other things that matterIt's Friday - the very best day of the week to apply for tickets to video game events!Meet the creators of Dishonored, Oct 3, £8Come and see the artistic visionaries behind the steam punk stealth adventure. Art director Sebastien Mitton...
Chatterbox: Friday

My Orange phone lost its number ... and four sim cards

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All EE will say is an 'isolated technical error' is to blameI bought a mobile phone for emergency use only from Orange, now EE, in 2011 and retained my old phone number. In January this year a message claimed the sim card was invalid. A new one was fitted, but...
My Orange phone lost its number ... and four sim cards

Amazon Marketplace has not sent me my phone - what can I do?

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The law is on your side - and so is Amazon's guaranteeI bought a mobile phone via Amazon Marketplace in March. I have never received it and contacted the company, which informed me it uses a parcel firm for deliveries. The delivery firm claims the phone was signed for at...
Amazon Marketplace has not sent me my phone - what can I do?

I can't squeeze my £50 deposit refund out of Orange

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The mobile phone provider says speak to the store... then the store manager says speak to the providerIn June 2012 I upgraded my mobile handset and contract with Orange. I was told I had to pay a £50 deposit which would be credited to my account after four months. It...
I can't squeeze my £50 deposit refund out of Orange

PayPal was no friend when I needed some protection

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The company that sold me my tickets went into administration. Now I can't get my money backI ordered tickets online in December for the musical The Lion King. After weeks of chasing the seller, Theatre Line, I discovered that it had gone into administration. As I'd paid through PayPal, I...
PayPal was no friend when I needed some protection

Can government data change the world? Join our debate to find out

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We are gathering together a crack panel of experts on open government data - will you be part of it?• Register for the FREE event: April 25, 18:30 GMTWe think data should be at the heart of policy - and we'd like you to help us debate the key issues.Google...
Can government data change the world? Join our debate to find out
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