Monthly Archives: June 2012

  • Google announce Android 4.1, codenamed ‘Jelly Bean’

    Posted on June 29, 2012 by admin

    Google has unveiled Jelly Bean, the latest upgrade to its Android operating system – otherwise known as Android 4.1.   The latest version of Google’s mobile operating system, Android, has been unveiled at the I/O Developers Conference in San Francisco. According to its creators, Jelly Bean will be the fastest and smoothest version o..

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  • Delays for BlackBerry 10 as RIM cut 5000 jobs

    Posted on June 29, 2012 by admin

    Research in Motion (RIM), the company who make BlackBerry devices, has delayed the launch of its latest Operating system, BlackBerry 10, and has said it must axe 5000 jobs. Research in Motion has not had things go its way in the last 12 months.  The infamous outage of 2011 caused havoc for users on both sides of the Atlantic, whilst ear..

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  • Smart TV Alliance unites ahead of app battle

    Posted on June 27, 2012 by admin

    LG and Philips have become the first manufacturers to join the Smart TV Alliance.  The Alliance aims to produce a single platform on which apps are available on multiple sets. Given access to a larger playing field, it’s hoped that the move will encourage developers to produce numerous and better apps.   With the imminent arrival of ..

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  • Sony and Panasonic form OLED alliance

    Posted on June 27, 2012 by admin

    Technology giants Sony and Panasonic are joining forces to bring down the cost of the latest OLED televisions.  Slimmer and using less power, OLEDs produce a much higher picture quality than LCD or plasma televisions. However, deeper colour saturation and greater contrast ratio comes at a price with a 25-inch OLED set costing around £4..

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  • Global Radio buys GMG Radio amidst calls on competition regulator to block deal.

    Posted on June 26, 2012 by admin

    Global Radio has announced the purchase of GMG Radio, the UK’s third-largest radio group, for and estimated £70m, but has infuriated rivals in the process.   The UK’s largest radio group, Global Radio, has sealed a deal with GMG Media for the purchase of GMG Radio worth over £70m.   Rival groups, including Bauer and UTV, are fear..

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  • Google TV set to launch in UK with Sony partnership

    Posted on June 25, 2012 by admin

    Sony and Google have announced a partnership that will see the Google TV service available outside the US for the first time. The set-top box offers users the “freedom of the web on the big screen” by allowing them to browse the internet through their television, and access specially designed applications.   The device, named the So..

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  • Roberts Radio Revival DAB (RD60) new glossy Revival radios in red, white and blue

    Posted on June 21, 2012 by admin

    Roberts have launched three new Limited Edition versions of their archetypal Revival DAB/FM radio, in high gloss red, white and blue. Marking the brand’s 80th Anniversary, these portable radios offer battery (4 x D cell) or mains operation. These add to the previous range of colours and limited editions (Cath Kidston, Union Jack and ..

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  • UK success at New York radio awards

    Posted on June 20, 2012 by admin

    Nine entries from the UK have been given Gold awards at this year’s New York Festivals International Radio Awards ceremony.   The annual ceremony, which honours the ‘World’s Best Radio Programs’, awarded a total of 27 UK entries with Gold, Silver and Bronze prizes.  The BBC won one Gold, six Silver and three Bronze awards for ..

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  • PURE owner's profits up 53 percent

    Posted on June 20, 2012 by admin

    The company that owns digital radio manufacturer PURE has shown an increase in profits of more than 50 percent. Imagination Technologies made £36.8m before tax in the year to 30 April 2012, with revenues up nearly a third to £127.5m. The company's clients include Apple who use their graphic and video technology chips in best selling g..

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  • HTC One X to be redesigned to solve Wi-Fi problems

    Posted on June 20, 2012 by admin

    In response to complaints over signal issues, HTC has announced it will be adjusting the production process of its flagship phone.  HTC has received criticism from users who noticed full Wi-Fi signal was only available if a certain part of the One X was squeezed. HTC has claimed that the issue is an isolated problem, but will be redesig..

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