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  • Kano, the modular Raspberry Pi powered DIY computer that ‘anyone can make’

    November 20, 2013 10:37 AM 28

    We’re loving this. Kickstarter-backed Raspberry Pi-project Kano is the latest open-source computing project to make us want to reach into our wallets and back. Developed in part by founders Alex Klein and Yonatan Raz-Fridman, Kano is a the US$99 (targeted price) Raspberry Pi PC that “anyone can build”. For once, a slogan is more than mere marketing

  • Kano Computer Kit Powered By A Raspberry Pi (video)

    November 20, 2013 10:03 AM 30

    If you have ever wanted to build your very own personal mini PC, but have put it off because you think you may not have the skills you need to satisfactorily complete the task. You might be interested in the new Kano Computer Kit which has launched on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website this week and is powered by the awesome Raspberry Pi mini PC. “Kano is a computer

  • Carphone Warehouse can’t call a phone free when it isn’t

    November 20, 2013 9:47 AM 32

    UK MOBILE PHONE RETAILER Carphone Warehouse has been told that it cannot call a mobile phone free when it is in fact charging for it. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has done what it often does, and has peeled back some of the marketing fog that confuses and misleads punters. The problem stemmed from a Carphone Warehouse advert for the Samsung

  • Apple and Google branded as 'outrageous' for charging a 1,000% markup for extra storage space on its latest tablets

    November 20, 2013 7:55 AM 43

    Some manufacturers are charging more than a 1,000 per cent markup for extra storage on tablet computers, according to a Which? investigation. A 16GB iPad Air, for example, costs £399 while a 32GB iPad Air costs £479 – a difference of £80 for 16GB of extra storage. This is despite the fact the market price for 16GB of additional memory is only £5.95, the watchdog

  • BMW 4 Series Cabriolet, i3, and more among offerings at Tokyo Motor Show 2013

    November 20, 2013 6:20 AM 37

    The Tokyo Motor Show 2013 is still underway, and we just got a look at a variety of BMW vehicles, among them being the 4 Series Cabriolet, the i3, and the i8. BMW will be showcasing vehicles until December 1, and also among its plans is the BMW X5, the Concept Active Tourer Outdoor, the Concept M4 Coupe, and the BMW Motorrad nineT. We’ve got a large

  • BMW's new Mini Cooper sports eye-popping tech

    November 19, 2013 7:28 PM 35

    But it’s the interior that’s got us most intrigued. For starters the circular analogue speedometer in the centre of the console has been replaced by a screen that displays entertainment, navigation and “infotainment” systems (the speedo is now located on the dash behind the steering wheel). There’s also an on-board SIM that’ll automatically call the emergency

  • Nokia Lumia 1520 goes on sale in France, but no news about UK launch

    November 19, 2013 4:52 PM 43

    Nokia Lumia 1520 has gone on sale in France and is slated for release in Russia, US, Hong Kong and Italy later this week, but there is officially no word about its availability in the UK. Navigating to the Lumia 1520’s UK webpage doesn’t give any information and Nokia is just asking users to register their email addresses to receive updates about the smartphone

  • Want to upgrade to Call Of Duty: Ghosts on next-gen? Here's a handy infographic

    November 19, 2013 3:32 PM 41

    Activision reaffirms that the Season Pass and online player data will transfer for free Activision has released a handy infographic giving full details on how to upgrade Call Of Duty: Ghosts to the next-gen version of the game. There are quite extensive options for Xbox One gamers ranging from a simple discount code for Xbox Live Marketplace to a digital

  • Google and Microsoft to block searches for child porn

    November 19, 2013 10:26 AM 32

    Google and Microsoft, which process 95% of internet searches, have announced measures to make it more difficult to find child abuse images online in response to pressure from the UK government. Prime minister David Cameron has welcomed the move, but warned he will introduce new legislation if the measures are not implemented, according to the BBC. At the time, he said internet

  • Analysis - From the fringe of Europe, Romania and Bulgaria seek EU acceptance

    May 8, 2013 6:12 AM 31

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Addressing an audience of dignitaries in Luxembourg in 2005, Bulgaria's then prime minister extolled the virtues of European Union membership, declaring his nation ready to take its place at the heart of the continent. "Bulgaria is returning politically to the family of European nations to which it has always belonged," Simeon Saxe-Coburg