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Sky's Incoming F1 iPad App Sounds Awesome

Sky’s won the rights to broadcast F1, but it’s not just doing standard TV broadcasts; it’s rolling out a whole channel dedicated to F1 and it’s being backed up by a sweet-sounding iPad app that’s due to launch before the 18th of March.

O2 Dumping Phone Chargers as Part of Eco Push

By Gary Cutlack on at

O2 has announced something it's calling the Think Big Blueprint, which is a collection of sustainability boasts that may or may not save carbon and stop the planet exploding for a few more minutes. One of the interesting tangible plans it's putting in to action is a decision to stop issuing chargers with new mobile phones.

O2 Falls Out of The Cloud

By Gary Cutlack on at

O2 has put an end to its Wi-Fi hotspot sharing arrangement with The Cloud, a comfortable little agreement which used to allow O2 subscribers to enjoy a bit of turbo-charged data access while out and about.

Three's Trying to Pipe You Home Broadband Over 3G

By Sam Gibbs on at

Three’s just unveiled its plans for an assault on home broadband using its new “Web Cube”, which is essentially just a fancy mains-powered MiFi. It’s hoping to pump you broadband over its HSPDA+ network, removing the need for any landline or installation – just plug and go.