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19 July 2016, 10:16:24 by snadge | Views: 23 | Comments: 0

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BT has been told it must invest more in the business responsible for most of the country's broadband roll-out - or face the prospect of having the unit taken off its hands.
MPs criticised the quality of service offered by BT's Openreach, and said it must put its "house in order".
Lawmakers added that the firm could be pumping hundreds of millions of pounds more into the vital infrastructure.
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16 July 2016, 22:16:41 by snadge | Views: 29 | Comments: 0

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Canon is developing a digital SLR camera with a sensor that boasts a resolution of about 120 megapixels.

That's more than double the resolution of Canon's 50.6-megapixel EOS 5DS and 5DS R models, which were announced in February as having world’s highest resolution for digital SLR 35mm full-frame sensors.

The super-dense CMOS sensor in the new prototype shooter is in the APS-H format and
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15 July 2016, 17:28:40 by snadge | Views: 71 | Comments: 2

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The Samsung Galaxy A5 is one of those smartphones that, as soon as you take it out of your pocket, draws admiring glances. Just like Samsung's recent flagship devices, it's clad in glossy glass at the front and the rear. And just like those phones, it looks fabulous. The Samsung Galaxy A5 has the heft, the fit and finish and the attention to detail that wouldn't be out of place in handset costing north of £500
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08 July 2016, 23:30:28 by snadge | Views: 88 | Comments: 1

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EE are still receiving the highest number of complaints about broadband customers according to data compiled by Ofcom. The data compiled covers Q1 2016 (January to March) and includes complaints from consumers received by the regulator. It doesn't however include complaints that have been made directly to the provider or to ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) schemes. Although different providers record the number of s
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