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  1. EE is the Worst Retailer in the UK

    Just a week after OFCOM revealed that it received the most complaints from EE customers, Which? has done a national retail survey which makes uncomfortable reading for EE.

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  2. BuddyGuard SmartHome Alarm Kicks Off Fundraising on Kickstarter

    A quick question, if your home is broken, do you A) Bemoan your luck or B) Start your security technology company and invent a new alarm system?

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  3. Yamaha Launch New AV Receivers

    Yamaha have a fine pedigree in Hifi and AV Receivers, so we must admit to being more than a little interested to hear what 2015's range is like. Thankfully, we have all the details below.

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  4. Alcatel Onetouch Watch Launches for just £99

    Currys / PC World seem to have snagged a bit of an exclusive. They'll be launching the the Alcatel Onetouch Watch in June for just £99. To put that in perspective, that's half the price of most other smart watches at launch and will work with both Android and iOS devices.

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  5. European Mobile Networks to Hold Google Hostage?

    The Financial Times is reporting that a European network is planning on blocking Google ads in it's mobile network.

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  6. Canon Release Cool App!

    Photography apps are two a penny, and good apps by photographic companies are even rarer, so it comes as a major shock that Canon has released an app we rather like!

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  7. OFCOM releases Customer Complaint Numbers

    OFCOM has produced it's latest quarterly results for the number of customer complaints OFCOM received for fixed phone line, broadband, mobile service and pay television services. It paints a compelling picture of one company in particularly upsetting it's customers, whilst two others come out surprisingly well.

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  8. Headphones are Big Business

    It's common knowledge that the Headphone market is getting bigger, but few seem to realise how much it's worth now, and how much it's growing. Futuresource have looked into this for us and revealed some interesting facts.

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  9. TomTom Bandit is the Clever Action Cam

    Action cams are everywhere these days, although admittedly, I don't know anyone with one! TomTom are a little late to the party, but that doesn't stop them from giving a more considered product than others. Most impressively, the TomTom Bandit stops editing your videos from becoming a chore....

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  10. Tata buys a stake in Xiaomi

    Reuters has reported that Ratan Tata, of Indian mega-money dynasty has bought a stake in Chinese mobile company Xiaomi.

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  11. Optoma Lauches Stylish Stereo Amp

    Lets be honest, if I said stereo amplifier to you, I'm pretty sure you'd be thinking of a box bigger than than a cereal box with at least one big knob on it and a few buttons.

    Optoma have genuinely broken the mould with the NuForce STA120 which fits in stylishly into any room.

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  12. Musical Fidelity Brings Balance to Your Audio

    British HiFi company Musical Fidelity has expanded it's range of products to now include the first consumer balance audio headphone system.

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  13. Apple Watch Sparks Smart Watch Interest

    Even Apple's critics would have to admit that the company knows how to create interest in a product. Just in case you didn't know (as if), the Apple Watch is now available to buy from today. Research company GfK has offered some insight into people's intentions.

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  14. Carphone Warehouse Launches a New Network

    It been rumoured for ages that Carphone Warehouse was looking to launch a new MVNO on Three's network. Well, it's finally happened!

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  15. Google Becomes a MVNO

    It's long been rumoured that Google was planing a MVNO. They launched one this week.

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  16. The Sony Xperia Z4 has finally launched

    The rumours have been doing the rounds for the last few weeks and driving some M&G members crazy. Sony has finally launched the Xperia Z4.

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  17. ZTE Sharpens its Blade on Virgin

    The original ZTE Blade created the market for good quality value Android handsets a number of years ago. The latest version, the ZTE Blade L3 is due to be launched soon in an exclusive deal with Virgin Media.

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  18. Canon Launch New Printer for Selfies

    Canon's Selphy range of inkjet printers may have inadvertently anticipated a trend, but their latest CP1000 compact photo printer is ideal for people who want to actually give a print a photo, give a gift, or have a lovely picture on their fridge door etc.

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  19. Sony Launch Fresh Multi-Room Package

    Wireless speakers are all the fashion this year following IFA in Berlin last year. Sony have pulled together several themes over the last 12 months into possibly the most complete package of products.

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  20. Want a Big Zoom in a Compact Body?

    Lets be honest. We'd all like a big zoom lens at times to take a picture of something far away, but don't either want to carry some sort of SLR with a huge lens, or a hybrid camera which still won't fit in your pocket. That's where Sony's new HX90 and WX500 come in....

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  21. EE To Launch Calls over WiFi

    EE have been trailing their plans for customers to be able to make calls over a local wifi network, when a mobile signal isn't available, for a long time, but it's finally here. It'll launch this week on 10th April.

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  22. Mobile Photo Pics in Sony World Photography Awards

    Given more photos are taken with mobile phones these days than with conventional cameras, it made sense for Sony to include mobile photos as a category in the World Photo Awards.

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  23. Microsoft Launch MS-DOS Mobile

    Microsoft have brought the revolution to phones.

    Ultimate battery life is assured with this ultra-simple UI, offering the best user experience of any device. In our tests, we found it worked best in a cinema environment.

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  24. Sony Launch New Cinematic Soundbars

    TVs are becoming thinner and thinner, this also means that speakers, and their sound are also becoming thinner and thinner. Soundbars are becoming more and more popular to compensate and to fill you living room with a decent cinematic sound to match the cinematic pictures.

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  25. Nokia Maps for iOS is Finally HERE

    After last year's false start, Nokia has finally released a new, much improved version of their HERE maps for iOS.

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