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Oct 07

YouTube Movie Rentals launched in UK

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

With YouTube Movie Rentals having been available in the US for quite some time now, it was only a matter of time before they enabled the service across the pond for all of us here in the UK.

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How to replace cracked iPhone 3GS screen

So you’ve just been to a party and woken up with a throbbing hangover to find your iPhone screen is cracked. Familiar story? It’s happened to me, too many times! Fret not though, it’s really easy to replace a cracked iPhone screen and can be done for a just a fiver!

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