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Three UK Launches New “Live” 4G+ Technology To Improve Internet Speeds

Three UK has today announced that it has launched new 4G technology to improve mobile internet speeds by between 15% and 33%, targeting areas...

Lenco introduces its DIR 200 internet DAB radio and lighting effect BTL-450

Lenco, has announced the availability of its DIR-200 Internet/DAB+ radio and BTL-450 Bluetooth tower speaker via Amazon in the UK market. Tune in all over...

Who did Brits search for in 2012?

Bing UK searches show 2012 was a year in which Britons clamoured to see more (literally) of their favourite people than ever before. The search engine today releases its most-searched lists, based on the aggregation of billions of search queries conducted by Brits on Bing.com this year.

Google TV from Sony arrives in the UK next month

Sony today announced the availability and pricing of the NSZ-GS7, Internet Player with Google TV, originally introduced in January at CES. Powered by the Google TV platform, the Internet Player will be available to buy in store from week commencing July 16. Pre-orders begin today (June 25) online at http://www.sony.co.uk.

Hauppauge launches StreamEez high definition video streamer

Yesterday, Hauppauge launched a high definition video streamer designed to broadcast Live events over the internet, called the StreamEez.

Google adds Play to Google Navbar

Google have added Play to their Google navbar, meaning you have a quick link anytime you visit a Google site.

Sky reveals NOW TV brand for new internet TV service

Sky today announced that its new internet TV service, offering access to Sky content on a wide range of broadband-connected devices, will be called NOW TV.

Sky to Launch New Internet TV Service

Sky today announced plans to launch a new service allowing customers to watch some of its most popular content over the internet.

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