Author Archives: David Allen

 

Highlands switch to digital TV

Some of the more remote areas of Scotland are currently being switched over to digital television including households within the region covered by the Eitshal transmitter. This is a vast open.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Digital TV News: Satellite, Cable, IPTV & HDTV / 3DTV

Digital TV for the Channel Islands

As the digital switchover works its way around the UK, some of the more fringe areas such as the Channel Islands, are being visited by the people from the digital switchover.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Digital TV News: Satellite, Cable, IPTV & HDTV / 3DTV

BBC staff in strike action move

It seems that the threat of strike action is never far away these days and even though there are genuine issues, the threat of strike action is a real problem for.. more
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The T3 Gadget of the Year is?… The iPhone 4, maybe!

The initial shortlist of nominations for the T3 Gadget of the Year Awards 2010 was compiled before the iPhone 4 was launched, but T3 found they were being inundated by requests from the consumer to allow the iPhone 4 into the final shortlist. It seems.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Mobile Phone News: Networks, Handsets, Mobile Computing

Sony patents split screen 3D device

The Japan based Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) has filed a patent application for a new device that will allow gamers to play multiplayer games in 3D while looking at the same 3D television. The stereoscopic screen sharing technology will prevent the players from viewing each.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Computer News: Hardware, Tablet PC's, Computing

Easynet sold by BSkyB

The rumours may have been correct about BSkyB looking to sell Easynet, but some of the facts appear to have been blurred in the process. But now the deal has been done and it turns out that BSkyB has sold the business broadband part of.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

Ray Mears called in when technology failed

The outdoor and survival expert Ray Mears helped the police track down the gunman Raoul Moat in the thick undergrowth of the Northumberland countryside. Ray Mears has had several series on BBC2 showing how to survive in the wild, with little or no kit. This.. more
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BBC to go HD in 2011

It looks as if the BBC is planning to go full high definition by April 2011, which is something that has been a long time coming. Originally the BBC was supposed to broadcast a full HD service in early 2010, but that time came and.. more
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Apple in email trouble

Apple is just one company in a group of firms being sued by InNova, which claims it created spam email filtering software technology first. Among the firms included in the lawsuit are Google, Dell and Yahoo, in fact in total there are around thirty six.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Apple News: iPad, iPhone, iPod and Mac OSX, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

ISPs sitting on millions of complaints

Around three million fixed line broadband and phone related complaints were unresolved by internet service providers last year and yet only 25 per cent of consumer took the matter further. It seems that despite there being information around, the consumer does not know where to.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's