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  • Sony consider selling Xperia and Bravia brands

    Posted on January 14, 2015 by admin

    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..

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  • Government announces plans to expand local DAB transmitter network.

    Posted on January 14, 2015 by admin

    The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has published its plans to expand the local DAB transmitter network. The expansion work will see 182 new transmitters built across the UK, whilst 49 existing transmitters will receive modifications to enhance performance. The results will increase the population coverage of local DAB stations f..

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  • Ruark Audio launch new R2 music system

    Posted on October 10, 2014 by admin

    Ruark Audio has launched a new version of its iconic R2 music system. Visually the systems look quite similar, but the handcrafted wooden body has a new sleeker style, whilst the new OLED screen provides a clearer and brighter display. Internally the new R2 adds Bluetooth and WiFi capability to its features, opening up thousands of radio..

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  • Phones 4U goes into administration

    Posted on September 15, 2014 by admin

    Mobile phones retailer Phones 4U has gone has gone in to administration. The High street retailer, which is owned by private equity firm BC Partners, has closed its 550 stores on Monday (15/09/14). The move comes after the company lost the last two of its major suppliers, Vodafone and EE.  Vodafone failed to renew its contract with Phon..

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  • Apple unveils new iPhones and smartwatch

    Posted on September 11, 2014 by admin

    Apple has unveiled two new iPhone models and a smartwatch at a press event in Cupertino. In an apparent response to consumer feedback the iPhone 6 will be larger than its predecessor, offering a 4.7inch screen. If this still isn’t large enough, Apple now offer an even larger version called the iPhone 6 Plus, which has a 5.5inch display..

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  • Pure launch the Pop family of DAB & FM radios

    Posted on August 28, 2014 by admin

    Pure has launched its new Pop range of Dab & FM radios The Pop range has been, according to Pure, designed to reinvent radio and based on insights from extensive research with radio listeners. Its key design elements are derived from a study into how people want to use and interact with their radios. The result is a trio of products,..

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  • Pure launch new Evoke D2 and D4 Mio DAB/FM Radio with interchangeable casings.

    Posted on August 22, 2014 by admin

    Pure, today launch its Evoke D2 and D4 Mio range of digital radios with Bluetooth in a choice of seven interchangeable casings to suit every interior.   The new Evoke D2 (SRP £129.99) and D4 (SRP £179.99) Mio ranges are available in seven new colours, Almond, Aloe, Cerulean, Charcoal, Pewter, Raspberry and Scarlet. As the chosen c..

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  • EE introduce call queue jumping charge

    Posted on August 18, 2014 by admin

    UK mobile operator EE has introduced a controversial charge enabling customers to jump call queues. Customers calling in are now invited to use the priority customer service system for a flat rate fee of 50pence per call. EE has said it believes they have set high standards for their customer service, something which most customers agree..

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  • Ofcom study finds Vodafone is worst for rural calls

    Posted on August 13, 2014 by admin

    Ofcom research claims Vodafone has the worst rural call quality for mobile phone customers in the UK. Vodafone offers the worst service in rural areas, according to a recent study from the communications regulators, Ofcom. The study looked at data from the UK’s four main Mobile network providers, EE, O2, Three and Vodafone.  Of these ..

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  • John McAfee unveils Brownlist consumer complaints website at DefCon conference

    Posted on August 13, 2014 by admin

    John McAfee has unveiled Brownlist.com, a new consumer complaints website at a surprise visit to US hacker conference DefCon. The new website, called the Browlist, aims to fight the corner for individuals who are mistreated by large companies, organisations, or even Government departments. The eccentric software engineer, made famous and..

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