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Google Books arrive in the UK

10/06/2011, It is more or less a given that the US and UK are extremely tight allies ever since World War 2 ended, and when something rolls out in the US, it is often a matter of time before the same device makes an appearance across the pond. I guess the same can be...

AA launches first electric/hybrid vehicle training course

10/06/2011, Driving a hybrid/electric vehicle isn’t the same as driving a regular fuel-powered vehicle. The point of hybrids and EVs is to minimize the use of fuel, which is not only greener but could potentially be more efficient in terms of mileage, although the...

Apple launches micro USB adapter for iOS devices

10/05/2011, As most of you will know by now, gadgets in Europe all have a standard to comply with when it comes to chargers. It is mandatory for manufacturers to use Micro USB ports for their products unless they provide compatible adapters for their devices. Since...

Blackfriars Bridge solar panel installation to be completed in 2012

10/05/2011, The Blackfriars Bridge is a structure in London that was built in 1886, but it looks like come 2012, it will be getting an technological update that will merge a historical structure with some modern, environmentally friendly technology in the form of...

iTunes in the Cloud to be launched in Europe as well?

10/04/2011, So we know that Apple has plans for an iTunes in the Cloud service, where users can synchronize songs bought from the iTunes store across multiple devices, such as their computers, iPhones and iPads wirelessly. It has initially been limited to just the US...

HTC UK event will be about a Beats Audio device

09/27/2011, About a week ago, HTC launched the HTC Rhyme at an event held in New York, and shortly after they announced another event. This time the event will be held on the 6th of October in the UK. It was unknown at that time what HTC had planned to unveil during...

Brompton unveils their foldable electric bicycle

09/23/2011, Foldable electric bikes aren’t exactly new, but if you’re looking for an alternative to all the models that are currently available, Brompton has just unveiled their very own foldable electric bicycle, a project that the company has apparently been...

Ron Arad creates a bicycle with steel tires

09/23/2011, The phrase to “reinvent the wheel” has often been used in negative terms, usually to refer to the creation of something needless or pointless, but in the case of Ron Arad, that is what he has literally done with this bike design, which by all accounts...

Cows disrupt Vodafone coverage in UK

09/23/2011, Now here is something that you do not read every single day – we’re talking about cows, actual bovines, that managed to disrupt phone coverage in a rural county in the UK. Vodafone is the mobile provider of that area (West Cumbria), and users...

OnLive UK launch features 150 titles

09/21/2011, OnLive, the cloud-gaming company, has launched its service in the UK with BT as a partner. This is OnLive’s first foray outside the United States and the launch comes with all the games that OnLive has worked hard to get on their platform. If you...

Samsung Galaxy Note expected to launch in the UK late November?

09/21/2011, The Samsung Galaxy Note seems to be the happy middle between a smartphone and a tablet, and while it does not appear that Samsung has plans to launch the device in the US market (hopefully that will change soon), Clove in the UK has apparently outed a...

Apple lodges countersuit against Samsung in the UK

09/16/2011, It seems like we can’t get through a week without hearing about another Apple vs Samsung/Samsung vs Apple lawsuit. For those who haven’t been keeping track, both companies have taken their patent war to a global scale, with Apple chasing Samsung to...

iPhone 5 coming to O2 21st October?

09/12/2011, When the iPhone launches, usually it’s the lucky folks in the states who get their hands on the device first, with the rest of the world watching in envy and eagerly anticipating when they will be able to get their hands on the iPhone. Well, while we...