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Mar 23
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Student Finance Leaks over 8,000 Students’ Details

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

Thousands of student details have accidentally been released as part of a mass email distribution. The email addresses of the students were sent out as an attachment to an email which prompted students to complete their grant application forms.

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Mar 23
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Apple’s new iOS iPhoto app reaches one million sales in just ten days

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Most of you who have bought the new iPad, or even those who still have the 1st gen and 2nd gen iPads, would have downloaded iPhoto if you were as impressed as we were when it was shown off at the iPad event. Well we at least know that a few people have downloaded the new app with sales reaching one million in just 10 days of being available.

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Mar 23
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“GAME will rise from the flames,” according to EA UK boss

Published in Gaming News, News, Other News | Written by Matt

EA’s UK boss Keith Ramsdale spoke out at the Westminster Media Forum recently, in support of GAME, after it was revealed that GAME has gone into administration.

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Mar 23
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Far Cry 3 trailer reveals exciting new features and story

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Matt

Despite not being released until September, Ubisoft have released the new Far Cry 3 gameplay trailer, which reveals some exciting new features as well as a new story.

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Mar 23
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Netflix for iPad being updated to support Retina Display

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

The new iPad’s Retina Display is one of the most popular features of the new iPad and it’s therefore prompting application developers to update their apps so that they are Retina Display compatible. Netflix are one company who are updating their current iPad app, with improved artwork and HD video coming soon.

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Mar 22
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UK government planning to speed up less-than-brilliant broadband speeds

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

The UK government has recently announced that they’re planning to find extra funding to improve the current broadband infrastructure, which is severely behind when you look at the services that are currently offered in countries such as the US and France.

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Mar 22
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Sony’s first ICS smartphone, the Xperia Neo L, has been unveiled in China

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Sony has recently announced the Sony Xperia Neo L, which is their first Android Ice Cream Sandwich smarpthone; however it might not be hitting the UK anytime soon.

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Mar 22
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Apple want Nano-SIM to be standard for mobile phones

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

You might already know about the Micro SIM, which is primarily seen in Apple’s iPhone 4 and 4S devices. Well, Apple are apparently ready to fight to make the Nano-SIM, which would contain your mobile identity, a standard for all mobile phones in Europe.

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Mar 22
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Draw Something creators, OMGPOP, bought by Zynga

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Matt

Now, we’re going to presume that you’ve heard of that insanely popular game that’s been getting all sorts of publicity recently. It’s called Draw Something, for those of you who have been living under a rock for the last month or so. Well, Draw Something now appears to be owned by Zynga, who have bought out the pictionary-styled game’s creator OMGPOP.

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Mar 22
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Will the Samsung Galaxy S3 feature wireless charging?

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

With the Samsung Galaxy S3 rumours causing quite a stir recently, even more have appeared within the last few days. The latest rumour is that the Samsung Galaxy S3 will feature wireless charging abilities.

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