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Millions of TV sets to be hit by 4G mobile launch

Millions of TV sets to be hit by 4G mobile launch
Concern is rising that the launch of a new superfast mobile broadband signal across Britain could hit television reception in millions of households. Up to 2.3 million homes are expected to be affected by significant levels of TV interference when the new 4G spectrum is switched on later this year. Some 40,000 could lose their TV signal ... Full story

House of Cards: Netflix’s experiment in binging pays off

House of Cards: Netflix's experiment in binging pays off
House of Cards, Netflix's first orginal drama, is critical success but the streaming service judges itself on data not reviews, writes Christopher Williams. Judging by its reception among critics at least, House of Cards, Netflix’s $100m experiment in original television, is a major success. Starring Kevin Spacey and directed by David Fincher, whose movie credits include The ... Full story

App complaints surge

App complaints surge
Parents warned of ‘bill shock’ as children’s smartphone usage soars and ‘in-app purchases’ rise on phones and social networks. New research from premium rate regulator PhonepayPlus revealed huge bills could also be racked up either by ‘malware’ in fake applications or by people failing to keep track of what they’re spending in legitimate programmes. Complaints rose by ... Full story

13,000 Britons still have a black and white TV licence

13,000 Britons still have a black and white TV licence
More than 13,000 Britons still have a black and white TV licence, figures from TV Licensing show. Even though the owners would have had to buy a digital set top box to keep using their black and white sets, more than 13,000 people have still not switched to colour television. Surprisingly there are almost as many black ... Full story

Pirate Bay proxy website shut down

Pirate Bay proxy website shut down
A website that allowed people to access the Pirate Bay, a banned file sharing service, has been taken offline after a legal threat from the record industry. The website was run by the Pirate Party UK, a fringe political party, and acted as a proxy gateway to the Pirate Bay, which broadband providers blocked earlier this ... Full story

Britons back Lord McAlpine over Sally Bercow action

Britons back Lord McAlpine over Sally Bercow action
Most Britons believe Lord McAlpine’s legal action against individual Twitter members such as Sally Bercow is “fair”, research has found. The former Tory treasurer has sued the wife of the Speaker of the House of Commons over a tweet relating to false claims he was a paedophile. Lord McAlpine is seeking £50,000 damages. The action, together with ... Full story

The name’s Printing, 3D Printing

The name's Printing, 3D Printing
The use of 3D printing in James Bond's new Skyfall film is not the only sign of its growing adoption, reports Matt Warman. James Bond has long had difficult relationship with cars – none seems to survive a whole film. But when his immaculate, iconic Aston Martin DB5 reappeared in Skyfall, its demolition was particularly comprehensive. ... Full story

Store mannequins ‘spy on customers’ with hidden cameras

Store mannequins 'spy on customers' with hidden cameras
An Italian firm selling mannequins that secretly monitor the age, race and gender of customers using facial recognition software has come under fire from privacy groups. he information logged by the dummies is then used to implement more effective marketing strategies by stores in the US and Europe. And the manufacturer now plans to add audio recording ... Full story

New 4G network ‘patchy’ coverage in tests

New 4G network 'patchy' coverage in tests
Less than half the users of a new 4G network could access it when tested in Manchester city centre, a new survey has found. Data collected by mobile coverage firm RootMetrics for the BBC shows just 40.2% of test locations had access to the 4G network EE, which claims to offer "superfast" download speeds. EE claims that ... Full story

2012: the year of innovation

2012: the year of innovation
From 4G tablets to touchscreen laptops, there is an intense battle for consumer attention, writes Matt Warman Between the launch in October of Windows 8, accompanied by a $1.3 billion (£819 million) marketing campaign, the launch of the UK’s first 4G mobile network, and the first serious attempt by Google to take on Apple’s iPad, it’s ... Full story

Tablet wars: Apple and Microsoft vs Amazon and Google

Tablet wars: Apple and Microsoft vs Amazon and Google
The recent flurry of tablets introduced by technology industry rivals has highlighted a two-way split in how they plan to capitalise on the booming market, with Apple and Microsoft sharing one approach, and Google and Amazon the other. New so-called “teardowns” have shown that Amazon stands to make little or no money on Kindle ... Full story

China Spacecraft Make First Successful Docking

Two unmanned Chinese spacecraft docked above Earth successfully early Thursday, moving China one step closer to setting up its own space station. The Shenzhou 8 craft that was launched Tuesday docked with the already orbiting Tiangong 1 module, said Wu Ping, spokeswoman for China's manned space program. The U.S. and Russia are the only other countries to master the space docking technique. ... Full story
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