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Samsung’s shares have plummeted by more than £7.6 billion in the wake of their catastrophic court case loss against Apple last week, but the impact of sales injunctions could prove even more costly than the £660 million fine Samsung received.
The Photography Blog: What’s the reality of becoming a DSLR user? Are we aware we might be getting into more than we bargained for?
Among the photographers I meet, there is an overriding sense that DSLR’s give us a sense that we have a ‘real’ camera which we can use as a basis for shooting more photographs that we’ll be pleased with.
Tumblr is the latest service to fall foul of Twitter’s recently updated ‘guidelines’, with support for ‘friend-finding’ via Twitter’s API being revoked as of today, but is Twitter cutting off its nose to spite its face?
Independent regulator Ofcom have controversially granted Everything Everywhere permission to roll out 4G mobile internet access to its customers starting 11 September, months ahead its competitors.
As Facebook continues to plague its users with sub-par mobile apps, could they be preparing a radically new mobile experience as a way to camouflage the inevitable inclusion of mobile ads?
As rumours of an iPad Mini reach fever pitch, it’s seems almost inevitable that Apple will announce the mythical device before the year is out, but the question is: Would you buy one?
Anton Vickerman, owner of TV show and film link directory surfthechannel.com, has been charged on two counts of conspiracy to defraud and will serve four years in jail for ‘facilitating copyright infringement’.
Microsoft have previewed a new Metro-styled Hotmail successor in the form of Outlook.com. The brand new email service sees the software giant unify their cloud services ahead of the upcoming Windows 8 launch, but is Outlook any good?
Apple’s quarterly earnings fell short of Wall Street’s expectations, as months of exhaustive iPhone rumours and increased competition from Android, left Apple with lower than expected iPhone sales in the eyes of stock market analysts.
Let’s face it: there is wonderful chemistry in everything that surrounds us. Chemistry is behind simple things from colourful clothes, makeup and other beauty products to delicious fresh food and drink. Never believe the labels that say “chemical free” – it’s impossible.
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