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Mar 15
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BBC confirm “Project Barcelona” as new paid download service

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

We recently reported about the rumoured paid download service called “Project Barcelona”, that the BBC were planning, and can now confirm that the service will be launching.

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Mar 12
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Are the BBC planning to take on iTunes with own download service?

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

According to some sources, the BBC is apparently planning their own download service, which would be similar to Apple’s iTunes and will run alongside the BBC iPlayer. It would also be more financially beneficial to content owners.

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Dec 05
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Microsoft announce Xbox 360 entertainment update

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

A range of new features are set to hit everyones Xbox 360s tomorrow, Tuesday 6th december; bringing new content streaming features as well as Kinect voice search.

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Nov 24
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HMV unveils new online film service

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Highstreet and online retailer HMV have just announced its new online and on-demand movie service called HMVOn-Demand.

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Nov 21
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Roku TV streaming coming to UK in 2012

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

The US TV streaming service Roku, which has proved to be a big hit in the US since it launched, will finally be coming to both the UK and Canada in early 2012.

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Sep 27
David Croft, co-writer of Dad’s Army, dies at the age of 89

David Croft, co-writer of Dad’s Army, dies at the age of 89

Published in News, Other News | Written by Matt

Having produced classic UK comedies admired worldwide by millions of people, David Croft was definitely one of the best.

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Sep 21
Google+ Social Network Now Open For Business

Google+ Social Network Now Open For Business

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

There have been various reports about Google+ not performing up to standard and users not posting updates as often recently, but with Google+ now open to everyone, will that change?

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