Sky Go adds Eurosport streaming for Tour De France, Le Mans coverage

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Sky have added Eurosport to the suite of channels available through their on-the-go live video streaming app, Sky Go. With a busy summer of sport just over the horizon, Eurosport will add live coverage of the Tour De France cycling…

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APP OF THE DAY: Diablo III Handbook guide and tips (Android)

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After a 12 year wait, Diablo III finally touches down on PCs today! If you're one of the many gamers phoning in a sickie at work today in order to play it, you're probably well away, dungeon crawling through the…

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VIDEO: Sonos controller for Android launched, Airplay compatibilty for Apple devices lands too

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Lucky owners of a Sonos multi-room speaker system today have a brand new option when it comes to controlling their audio set-ups, as the company have today revealed their Sonos-compatible Android application. A free app, similar in functionality to…

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Google Shopper searches stores using your voice or camera phone

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Google have launched their very own shopping app, Google Shopper Google Shopper lets users browse stores using voice and picture recognition, or by using an inbuilt barcode scanner. For instance, take a picture of an Xbox game or speak it's…

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Diotek launches handwriting recognition Android app

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I’ve been having a play with the G1 over the last week and it’s not the look of the thing that gets to me as the slightly too small slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Mercifully, Korean company Diotek is here to save the day for those fat fingered among us. They’ve invented the first Android handwriting recognition application…

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$200 "I am richer" application turns up in Android Marketplace

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No sooner has the Android Marketplace opened up its pitches to paid for applications and there’s already a $200 one calling itself “I am richer”.

The app is identical to the infamous “I am rich” incarnation as banned from the iPhone app store after being bought by a handful of disgruntled consumers. The only difference this time around…

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