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BT has updated us on its efforts to bring its faster fibre broadband network to the UK, claiming that certain areas will get staggering 'Fibre to the Premises' max download speeds of 300Mbps from spring of next year.
The Guardian has put together a grim visual map showing the last five years of London's murders, grouped together by borough. You don't hear Kirstie and Phil mentioning this when showing young couples around up-and-coming leafy parts of Camberwell.
This approachable perspex box is a section of the Fujitsu K. Despite looking like it should be selling Mars bars, cans of Coke, condoms and toothbrushes to businessmen, Fujitsu claims this cabinet actually contains the current "world's fastest supercomputer".
The front page of Wikipedia Italy is not its usual trivia-filled self today. It's a full-page editorial outpouring against possible new Italian legislation, which would require sites to publish apologies to offended parties within 48 hours of offence being caused.
Nerves get to you when you have to follow on from the master of the reality distortion field. A potentially lacklustre product to launch under the colossal global attention only Apple manages to generate. Tim Cook certainly had his hands full. [Funny or Die]
With all that juicy stuff coming out of the Apple campus in Cupertino, there's one thing we're not going to get, at least at launch. Britain gets screwed again, but this time it may not be Apple's fault.
We know the iPhone 4S will be going on sale October 14th, but there may be shortages. To ensure you get one before they become unfashionable, you can pre-order at Carphone Warehouse or Three, Orange, T-Mobile and Vodafone.
Striding purposefully onto the App Store this past week is Slam Dunk King, a nifty little sports simulator with dreams of making it big. And thanks to the frankly ingenious deployment of a freemium model, it might just do exactly that. Just keep a careful eye on your wallet, because there's a strong chance you're going to get hustled.
Seeing the success B&W’s had with the Zeppelin and Zeppelin Air, another British hi-fi company wants in on that lucrative iPod dock money-maker. Monitor Audio's i-Deck 200 is a dead ringer for the first Zep, with cool curves and audiophile aspirations, albeit without the Wi-Fi and at a lower price.