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  • Switching phone provider and transferring your mobile number

    Posted on December 1, 2011 by admin

    Moving to a different network and transferring your mobile number may not be as difficult as you think First published in the Mobile Phone User's Guide 2012 edition   Mobile deals change all the time, and especially if you’re coming to the end of a long contract, it’s very likely that the various networks will be offering more compe..

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  • Touchscreen Texting

    Posted on December 1, 2011 by admin

    The touchscreen is undeniably the future of mobile phones, which spells bad news for fans of traditional texting. First published in the Mobile Phone User's Guide 2012 edition   The good old-fashioned physical keyboard is unbeatable for accuracy, and whilst smartphones are offering more intelligent forms of predictive text than the t..

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  • Sky Digital Radio

    Posted on December 1, 2011 by admin

    Sky carries a wide range of UK television and radio channels. All the radio channels are free. Listening to radio via Sky offers high audio quality as well as a great radio recording capability if you subscribe to Sky+ or Sky+HD. First published in the Radio Listener's Guide 2012 edition   Sky has proved to be a popular way to pick up r..

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  • PURE launches ‘PURE Music’ cloud-based on-demand music service

    Posted on October 25, 2011 by admin

    PURE is set to launch a cloud-based on-demand music service that allows the user to discover, explore and listen to millions of music tracks through any of PURE’s range of internet-connected digital radios, a smartphone and a computer, for a monthly subscription of £4.99.   The service will go live in the UK during December 2011 and ..

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  • Radio 4 long wave 'could be alive for another decade'

    Posted on October 25, 2011 by admin

    According to a story in the Guardian, reports of the death of BBC Radio 4's long wave broadcasts may be a little premature. Broadcasts could continue for at least another 10 years, according to Radio 4 controller Gwyneth Williams. The station controller told a Church and Media forum that the BBC's recent announcement that Radio 4 LW was ..

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  • Radio Caroline leaves Sky EPG

    Posted on June 30, 2011 by admin

      Radio Caroline left the Sky EPG on the 30th June 2011. After this the radio station will no longer be available on Sky channel 0199, but you will still be able to manually tune into Radio Caroline via Sky's 'Other Channels' menu.

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  • Copying LPs and Cassettes

    Posted on December 12, 2010 by admin

    Phil Wright guides you through the process of copying your old LPs into digital files that can be used on your PC or iPod First published in the Radio Listener's Guide 2011 edition   Picture the scenario; hundreds of LPs and cassettes, not to mention the equipment, taking up too much space in the lounge, a point your better half is incr..

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  • How to archive videotape to DVD

    Posted on December 1, 2009 by admin

    Many people have large collections of video material – old films, home-movies, sports, TV programmes – all on videotape which is rapidly becoming obsolete. This article looks at how to copy your videotapes to DVD.   Published in the Television Viewer's Guide 2010 edition   Tape is not a good medium for archiving and has been supers..

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