1. Steve Jobs resigns as Apple chief executive

    Steve Jobs resigns as Apple chief executive

    Jobs will become chairman, Tim Cook takes over as chief executive

    Thu, 25 Aug 2011, 08:57am
  2. UPDATE: Vivadi Family creates a four-room AV network for £2999

    UPDATE: Vivadi Family creates a four-room AV network for £2999

    MediaMaster server will deliver TV, Blu-ray, DVD, CD, MP3 and internet services to four rooms around the home

    Tue, 23 Aug 2011, 08:27am
  3. Bryston issues software update for BDP-1 digital music player

    Bryston issues software update for BDP-1 digital music player

    Upgrade brings access to 16 internet radio stations, improved USB drive compatibility and better control interface

    Wed, 17 Aug 2011, 02:54pm
  4. Sony slashes PS3 and PSP prices – and confirms PlayStation 3D TV

    Sony slashes PS3 and PSP prices – and confirms PlayStation 3D TV

    PS3 price cut to £195 (160GB) and £215 (320GB), PSP handheld re-positioned as entry-level device

    Wed, 17 Aug 2011, 09:25am
  5. Rural areas get £362m superfast broadband boost

    Rural areas get £362m superfast broadband boost

    The government promises to "have the best superfast broadband network in Europe by 2015"

    Tue, 16 Aug 2011, 12:26pm
  6. More after the break

  7. To rip or not to rip, that is the question

    To rip or not to rip, that is the question

    Proposed changes to UK copyright law are welcomed by the hi-fi industry, but the film studios remain concerned

    Thu, 04 Aug 2011, 03:30pm
  8. UPDATE: Government scraps plans to block websites that infringe copyright

    UPDATE: Government scraps plans to block websites that infringe copyright

    Business secretary drops a key part of the Digital Economy Act, following review by Ofcom

    Wed, 03 Aug 2011, 10:50am
  9. US NEWS: TV shows join iTunes in the Cloud

    US NEWS: TV shows join iTunes in the Cloud

    Apple TV owners in the States can now stream TV shows, as well as music, from the iTunes Cloud

    Tue, 02 Aug 2011, 11:56am
  10. Spotify faces lawsuit over music streaming technology

    Spotify faces lawsuit over music streaming technology

    Spotify is being sued in the US and Europe for allegedly violating patents held by PacketVideo

    Fri, 29 Jul 2011, 12:17pm
  11. UK broadband speeds 'only half as fast as advertised' says Ofcom

    UK broadband speeds 'only half as fast as advertised' says Ofcom

    Despite a slight increase in average broadband speeds, most people are still not getting anything like the speeds they've signed up for

    Wed, 27 Jul 2011, 09:54am

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