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  • Ultimate Ears unveils bigger Bluetooth speaker | Teic.ie
    dead on arrival 26 11 2009 6 Comments IRMA loses in bid to force three strikes on UPC 11 10 2010 2 Comments Smart barcodes coming to Ireland from next week 09 04 2010 4 Comments Palm Pre review 30 10 2009 3 Comments Opinion Aesthetics matter especially in computing 27 02 2010 4 Comments Apple Watch coming to 7 more countries but Ireland isn t one one of them

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  • UPC to block child abuse sites | Teic.ie
    October this one focusing on iPads and Macs That s Read More Popular Posts Recent Posts Opinion Will Google s Chrome OS be dead on arrival 26 11 2009 6 Comments IRMA loses in bid to force three strikes on UPC 11 10 2010 2 Comments Smart barcodes coming to Ireland from next week 09 04 2010 4 Comments Palm Pre review 30 10 2009 3 Comments Opinion Aesthetics matter

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  • Chorus/NTL plans to move into mobile | Teic.ie
    network Chorus NTL which is owned by Liberty Global International already offers television home broadband and phone services and has made a renewed push in recent weeks to compete with the likes of Sky If it wished to create a mobile virtual network operator the company would need to enter an agreement with one of the four main mobile operators and piggy back on its network in the way that Tesco Mobile has done on the O2 network Doing so would create the State s first quad play company where four services are bundled together under one brand Other Liberty Global subsidiaries in Europe already offer quad play packages to customers as does British cable company Virgin Media In Ireland some mobile and home phone companies are also moving towards quad play by offering TV services of their own O2 and Vodafone both recently launched services that allows users to watch TV on their phones for a regular fee while Eircom is the main shareholder in the One Vision consortium which holds the digital terrestrial television licence which may be used to complement its home and mobile offerings This article originally appeared in The Irish Times 22nd Jan 2010 Related Posts Broadband providers up top speeds No Comments Jan 27 2010 HTC Legend Desire get colour refresh No Comments Oct 4 2010 Microsoft confirm 11th Oct launch of Windows Phone 7 No Comments Oct 4 2010 Raving Rabbids to be made into TV pilot No Comments Oct 4 2010 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Address Website Comment Popular Posts Recent Posts Opinion Will Google s Chrome OS be dead on arrival 26 11 2009 6 Comments IRMA loses in bid to force three strikes on UPC 11

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  • Can the music industry change its spots? | Teic.ie
    access to music for free there is arguably no need for them to pirate but as it locks them out of downloading the songs they still need to make a purchase eventually It has long been an argument of piracy advocates that illegal downloads help music sales in the long run by giving them a sample that they follow up with a purchase and Spotify may be able to prove or disprove this once and for all Spotify even makes it easy for people to go from listening to buying providing users with links to partner sites that lets them purchase the music they want The risk of course is that people use Spotify to sample new music and then obtain it illegally if they like it thus solidifying the place of piracy and almost legitimising it So if people use Spotify to listen to new music and then buy it from a partner shop that is not iTunes surely it is a massive threat to Apple s music dominance Apparently not as recently Apple approved an application for the iPhone which will allow premium users to listen through the massive Spotify catalogue on their phone and on the go they can even store a handful of songs temporarily to listen to them offline This has the clear potential to push Spotify into the stratosphere but it may also undermine Apple s own iTunes App which lets people buy songs over their phone Apple opening the door to it means that they do not see it as a threat or that they do not care too much about their music sales market share While it might be too much to say they do not care it is clear that Apple has been less protective of its music business in recent months Its decision to remove its digital rights management software from its songs for example was a major step and one that allowed people to buy songs from Apple and play them on a rival s device Or it may just be that Apple see the writing on the wall and are preparing something similar themselves for the near future While the company will remain tight lipped on that front it is a good bet to say they are watching how Spotify does closely So too it seems as the Irish divisions of the record labels and IRMA which all seem hesitant to talk about Spotify and have yet to open its arms to the service here There is an argument to be had for sitting back and waiting to see if the service works or fails in countries like the UK before allowing it to operate here Of course if this is their stance it does deprive Irish users and does little to coax them away from piracy Ireland was the last country in the Eurozone to gain access to the iTunes Store in 2005 and few music lovers relish the thought of watching while the rest of the

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  • Nokia offer free sat-nav to customers | Teic.ie
    impact of this new offer may be on sat nav companies like TomTom and Garmin as their revenues rely heavily on customers paying for navigation services Nokia entered the navigation business in 2007 when it acquired Navteq for 6 5bn Both Apple and Google have also made maps and navigation acquisitions in the past however neither company offers full sat nav products globally at this time Industry eyes have now turned to Apple s media event on the 27th of January to see if the company responds in any way to Nokia s latest move Nokia phones currently capable of receiving the free download are N97 mini Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition Nokia E52 Nokia E55 Nokia E72 Nokia 5230 Nokia 6710 Navigator Nokia 6730 classic Nokia X6 Related Posts Feature Fast and Flexible Microsoft and Trinity College No Comments Nov 10 2009 Nokia unveil N8 smartphone No Comments Apr 27 2010 Microsoft keyboard mouse giveaway No Comments Oct 12 2009 Three Mobile to launch the INQ Mini this week No Comments Nov 2 2009 No Comments Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Address Website Comment

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  • Facebook to simplify privacy settings from tomorrow | Teic.ie
    social networking site has come under renewed criticism lately regarding the way it handles users privacy settings This has been particularly focused on its plans for the Open Graph system which would allow other companies to access user s information and personalise their own websites accordingly Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently admitted that the social network had missed the mark with these privacy changes in an article he wrote for The Washington Post newspaper He also pledged that moves to address user concern was coming in the near future Related Posts Teic ie is one year old today No Comments Oct 5 2010 Opinion iPad critics are as dull as its fanatics 2 Comments Jan 29 2010 TeicTat The Acer Liquid E Ferrari No Comments Jun 4 2010 Irish stamps honour gaming icons No Comments Oct 16 2014 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Address Website Comment Popular Posts Recent Posts Opinion Will Google s Chrome OS be dead on arrival 26 11 2009 6 Comments IRMA loses in bid to force three strikes on UPC 11 10 2010 2 Comments Smart barcodes coming to Ireland from next

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  • Irish stamps honour gaming icons | Teic.ie
    the works according to the Wall Street Journal Threshold Entertainment which is Read More Apps Mobile version of Just Dance out next week Adam Maguire 18 09 2014 Ubisoft has given Just Dance Now the mobile version of its popular dance game an Irish release date The new game will be available free to Read More Gaming Microsoft unveils multi device keyboard PC gaming controller Adam Maguire 16 09 2014 Microsoft is launching PC compatible Xbox One controller along with a Bluetooth keyboard that can instantly switch between three different devices The controller is almost identical to the one Read More Apps Microsoft buys Minecraft Notch walks away Adam Maguire 15 09 2014 Microsoft has bought Mojang the Swedish firm behind the hit game Minecraft for 2 5bn However the man most associated with the title Markus Persson aka Read More Popular Posts Recent Posts Opinion Will Google s Chrome OS be dead on arrival 26 11 2009 6 Comments IRMA loses in bid to force three strikes on UPC 11 10 2010 2 Comments Smart barcodes coming to Ireland from next week 09 04 2010 4 Comments Palm Pre review 30 10 2009 3 Comments Opinion Aesthetics matter especially

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  • E3 2010: Need for Speed goes back to its Hot Pursuit roots | Teic.ie
    are also making much of its Autolog feature which will automatically put people s in game results online so they can compare their times and achievements with friends This will also allow for better online head to heads they say The game will arrive in Ireland on the 18th November all going to plan just a few days after the US get it It will be available for the PS3 Xbox 360 and PC with a Wii version also in development Related Posts Sony Ericsson X10 gets miniature mimics No Comments Feb 15 2010 Apple announce new iPod shuffle nano and touch No Comments Sep 1 2010 Broadband providers up top speeds No Comments Jan 27 2010 Opinion Tablets won t knock out netbooks 1 Comment Feb 18 2010 One Comment Sam Wilkinson 30 06 2010 Need For Speed is the best game that i have ever played Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Address Website Comment Popular Posts Recent Posts Opinion Will Google s Chrome OS be dead on arrival 26 11 2009 6 Comments IRMA loses in bid to force three strikes on UPC 11 10

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