Monthly Archives: August 2012

  • New Ultra-High definition TV standard gains UN approval

    Posted on August 31, 2012 by admin

    A new super-high resolution TV standard has been approved by the UN’s International Telecommunication Union (ITU).   The new broadcast standard - known as Super Hi-Vision or 8K, offers a resolution of 7680 x 4320 pixels, which is equivalent to a 32MP photograph.  To put that into context, current High Definition (HD) TV’s offer a r..

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  • Pure launch new colour schemes for Sensia 200D Connect

    Posted on August 31, 2012 by admin

    Pure has introduced three zesty new colour schemes for its touch screen music streaming system, the Sensia 200D Connect.   In addition to black and white, Sensia 200D Connect (SRP £249.99) is now available in a series of on-trend colourways:  ‘Mango’, ‘Burnt Orange’ and ‘Lime Green’.   The Sensia 200D Connect uses Pure ..

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  • Samsung win against Apple in Japan

    Posted on August 31, 2012 by admin

    Tokyo court dismisses Apple patent claims in ongoing legal battle.   In the seemingly endless legal battle between Apple and rivals Samsung, a Tokyo court has ruled in favour of Samsung and dismissed Apple’s claims of patent infringement.   The two companies are battling various claims of patent infringement and design plagiarism in ..

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  • LG launches biggest ultra-definition TV

    Posted on August 29, 2012 by admin

    LG Electronics has launched what has been described as the world’s biggest ultra-definition TV.   Although not the biggest TV in the world, the 84 inch LG TV set is the largest to support the new 4K picture format, otherwise known as ultra-definition.   Every frame on the screen is made up of 8M pixels, four times that of 1080p HD di..

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  • Apple wins US patent battle with Samsung

    Posted on August 28, 2012 by admin

    Samsung to pay $1bn in damages as Apple wins US court battle over patents. The Apple vs Samsung saga came a step closer to resolution last Friday, when a court in the US decided Samsung was guilty of patent infringement, and ordered the South Korean company to compensate Apple to the tune of $1bn.   The decision comes after a long and p..

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  • South Korean sales ban for Apple and Samsung

    Posted on August 24, 2012 by admin

    Apple and Samsung to face a limited sales ban after South Korean court ruling.   The latest round of the ongoing patent battle between Apple and Samsung has effectively been called a draw, as both parties are deemed to have infringed each other’s patents by a South Korean court.   The court has imposed a ban on selected products from..

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  • Sainsbury’s to deliver TV to your Computer

    Posted on August 23, 2012 by admin

    Sainsbury’s team up with Rovi to offer on-demand TV service.   Sainsbury’s has licensed Rovi Corporation to power a new digital video service for Sainsbury’s Entertainment. The new service will offer video on demand and digital copies of major studio Film and Television titles.   Powered by the Rovi Entertainment Store, Sainsbur..

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  • Netflix attracts a million users in the UK and Ireland

    Posted on August 22, 2012 by admin

    Netflix has hit the 1 million-customer milestone in the UK and Ireland within 7months.   Netflix, the online Movies Streaming service, has attracted over a million customers since it launched in the UK and Ireland just seven months ago, faster than in any other territory it has launched.   Putting this into perspective, Netflix state t..

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  • Pure launch Move 400D rugged DAB radio

    Posted on August 21, 2012 by admin

    Pure launches the Move 400D, a rechargeable, rugged and compact digital and FM radio with superb battery life and a travel alarm.   The ideal travel companion, Move 400D (SRP £89.99) supports all current European and Australian digital radio standards* and comes with an alarm with automatic time zone adjustment and an input for an iPo..

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  • Everything Everywhere to offer 4G over existing bandwidth

    Posted on August 21, 2012 by admin

    Ofcom has given mobile phone operator Everything Everywhere the green light to offer 4G services over existing bandwidth.   The application by Everything Everywhere (EE) – which operates under both the Orange and T-Mobile brands – was approved following an Ofcom consultation.    This means that EE wont have to wait for the auction..

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