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June 15, 2015
Tivoli has recently announced a number of price reductions across its range of desktop audio products. Among the bargains we find the Tivoli Model 10+ has been reduced by £50 to £99, whilst the Music System Two+ (which received a 4.5 star rating in the 2015 edition of the Radio Listener's Guide) has seen its price slashed by 50%, no..Learn More
April 29, 2015
Pure in collaboration with Volkswagen Group today launches Drive Digital, an in-car digital radio adapter designed and approved especially for VW group vehicles. The Drive Digital, powered by Pure, has been designed to fit seamlessly in most vehicles within the Volkswagen Group (VW, Audi, Seat & Skoda), with four colour Illumination ..Learn More
February 5, 2015
BT is set to buy EE’s mobile phone business for £12.5 billion. Telecoms group BT has reached an agreement to buy mobile phone provider EE from its parent companies, Orange and Deutche Telecom, for £12.5 Billion. The deal - which is still subject to approval by shareholders and the Competition and Markets Authority – will see Oran..Learn More
January 28, 2015
Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus US technology giant Apple has posted the highest quarterly profits figures ever recorded by a public company. Apple posted a profit of $18 billion for its fiscal 2015 first quarter ended December 27, 2014. Apple’s revenue has grown to $74.6 billion over 2014, which represents a 30% increase from the ..Learn More
January 14, 2015
Sony is considering selling off two of its iconic brand names, Xperia and Bravia. The potential sale, reported by Reuters new agency, is the latest attempt by Sony’s CEO, Kazuo Hirai, to stem the flow of its losses and return the company to profit. Despite selling over 18.5 million PS4 gaming consoles and gaining significant success..Learn More