Archive for August 14th, 2010

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UberTwitter Beta-8 has been released


If you use a BlackBerry and also enjoy Twitter you may well already be using UberTwitter as in my opinion it is the best free Twitter app for BlackBerry.

The good news is that a new beta version is now available for download with a few nice tweaks. In particular the user interface has had a make over. Have a look at the mentions and direct messages tabs when you update.

Here is a quick summary from the developer:

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Have you seen this man?

Georgios Tsoulos

We don’t normally cover stuff here that is non tech but I’m afraid that the story below has been a bit too close to home and I would really appreciate it if you would all take the time to watch the short video linked to the story.

Georgios Tsoulos is wanted by Hertfordshire Police for driving a motor vehicle that was responsible for the death of 20 year old Ricky Burlton from Enfield.

On the day of the collision, Tsoulos was transferred from North Middlesex Hospital to Chase Farm Hospital in Enfield where he was treated for injuries to his face. On 4 June he was due to be transferred to Moorfields Hospital in London for further treatment to an eye injury. A friend of Mr Tsoulos’ collected him from Chase Farm Hospital to transfer him to Moorfields and it was during this journey that he absconded. He has not been seen since.

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#NokiaBox arrives with second message

IMG_1449Earlier this week I mentioned that I’d received a message from Nokia in the London Evening Standard. The message simply read “Big things come in small packages”.

This morning a courier arrived with another package for me, this time a small box from Nokia. When I say small I really mean tiny! Read on to see what was in the box and what my second message says…


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O2 puts iPhone 4 on Pay As You Go roster

apple-iphone-4-51_2 Good news for those of you flushed with cash and not wanting a contract – the UK’s first iPhone network O2 have now put Apple’s latest smartphone onto its PAYG list, joining Orange and Vodafone with the remaining major networks coming by the end of the year.  For just shy of £600, you too can have your very own 32GB iPhone 4 locked to your favourite network, or if you feel a phone should really only cost £500 at the most then the 16GB will fit your bill with £5 change.  The iPhone 4’s PAYG tariff gives you 300 texts and 500mb bundled in but there are no free minutes.  There is also no word whether the white iPhone will join its darker brethren at present when it finally sees a release.

Interested?  Pop on over to O2 here and bring lots of money.


Posted by: Ian

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