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UK network Three has stacked the newly unveiled Mini up against other Samsung mobiles.
A British cider company's latest advert mimics Apple's ads, complete with plinky-plonky music.
Apple has ditched its new Genius adverts, which featured Apple Store employees in all manner of japesome scrapes.
The first TV advert for the new iPad is all about the screen. But is that enough to tempt people to upgrade?
The Back to the Future shoes are real, and the CNET UK podcast is stuffed full of gadgets that prove we live in the future -- from the Samsung Galaxy Note to invisible tanks.
Looking for inspiration on something to blog? Check out Plinky, a new service that offers up something new for you to answer every day.
RockMelt is a new browser than lets your Facebook, Twitter and RSS updates surge up through the crust of your browser window like magma.
Facebook's latest service lets its users ask questions to their friends, as well as the Facebook community at large. But how does that compare to what the competition is already doing? We look at seven competitors.
Casio has interrupted our hazy summer daydreams with two new superzooms, the super-fast Exilim EX-FH25 and the super-bargainous EX-H5
iTunes is launching iTunes Pass in the US -- it's like buying a physical album, only not as good, and like buying an album on iTunes... only not as good. Click here to see why it's such a terrible idea