Archive for September 5th, 2010

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Toshiba and Philips join the 3D TV party

philips3d Along with Tablet, 3D is the definitely the buzzword of IFA and two more major TV manufactures are getting in on the act.  Toshiba, while still not ready to unleash the frankly scary Cell Regza on shores outside Japan, have gone all in with 3D and LED on their latest sets, the REGZA WL768 series.  Coming in 40″, 46″ and 55″ flavours, they will hopefully herald a slightly cheaper option to the Samsung 8000 series, currently the cheapest 3D LED option. 

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Orange fiddles with their PAYG options


Whilst O2 seem to be removing rewards from it’s pay as you go customers Orange seems to be taking the opportunity to win some.

Orange reveals that it is enriching its popular Pay As You Go (PAYG) animal plans by offering even better value top-up rewards for its diverse customer base. Read on for extra details.

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Epic Citadel on iPad


Project Sword is a forthcoming 3D game on the iOS platform and if you saw the Apple press conference this week you would have seen how amazing it is. Epic Citadel is a demo of the game and is in the app store right now. Available on the iPod, iPhone and iPad it sure gives a nice insight to the future of 3D gaming.

Check out the video below and if you fancy giving it a try head over to the app store and download it. It’s free.

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Review: Motorola XT720


The Motorola XT720 is the latest super phone from Motorola that packages a hefty 8mp camera capable of capturing HD Widescreen video. So what is it? Does it have the beans to take on the iPhone 4 or is it just a feature phone with an extra lump on the side?

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Customers can roam across Orange and T-Mobile from 5 October


Orange and T-Mobile customers in the UK will be able to roam across both networks from 5 October.

Everything Everywhere CEO Tom Alexander said:

“We see this as a step change for Everything Everywhere,’ said Alexander, speaking at the first year anniversary of the merger announcement between the two companies.”

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