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Vodafone announces safe leave policy for Domestic Abuse Victim Employees

The Vodafone Foundation, Vodafone’s philanthropic arm, has announced the international expansion of Bright Sky, a free app which connects victims of domestic violence and...

Sony confirms European Entertainment App list for PS4 Launch

Today Sony has confirmed the entertainment apps list that will be available on the PlayStation 4 when it launches in Europe this Friday. 18 apps and...

The BBC’s approach to companion experiences

The BBC are working on companion experiences – additional content offered on a companion screen, and they have revealed their approach on a blog posting.

WD TV Remote for Android Now Available

A few days ago we told you about WD TV’s new services for WD TV owners. At the time the Android app was coming soon, now it’s available.

WD Adds New Services for WD TV Owners

Today Western Digital announced some new services for it’s WD TV customers, along with a new remote app.

New Xbox 360 Xbox Live Partner Schedule Announced

Tomorrow sees the new Xbox 360 dashboard update, and with it comes a lot of new online content. Microsoft have now released a schedule of the new services.

Seagate Hard Drives To Feature SafetyNet Data Recovery Services

Today Seagate have announced that their new GoFlex Turbo Performance Hard Drive will include a recovery plan for the stored data in case something goes wrong!

Logitech Announce the Logitech Revue with Google TV

Yesterday Logitech announced a new addition to the ever increasing selection of devices that can be connected to your TV in order to bring new and exciting features. This one is called the Logitech Revue with Google TV.

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