The Digest: Government crackdown on ‘notspots’… and 5 other things people are talking about today

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Government crackdown on mobile 'notspots' | BBC News "The government plans to oblige mobile operators to improve their coverage, possibly by sharing rivals' networks. Partial 'notspots', where there is coverage from some but not all of the mobile networks, affected a fifth of the UK, leaving people unable to make calls or send…

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The Digest: First Apple computer sells for £570,000… and 5 other things people are talking about today

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First Apple computer sells for £570,000 | ShortList Magazine "One of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak's Apple I computers has sold at auction for an astonishing $905,000 (£570,000) to an unnamed buyer. Originally hand-made by Steve Wozniak in 1976, it's believed to be one of the first 50 models made in Wozniak's family…

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Former Apple CEO praises Samsung, suggests greater focus on emerging markets needed – cheap iPhone could do the trick

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Overshadowing talk of even the potential iPhone 5S or iPhone 6 in tech circles currently is the possibility that Apple could be planning to launch a low-cost iPhone in the coming months. Though conflicting reports are seeing the possibility seesaw…

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Apple iPad Mini: The final nail in Steve Jobs' coffin?

Gerald Lynch Apple, Columns & Opinion, Features, iPad, iPhone, iPhone, Tablet, Tech Digest news 2 Comments

"The 10-inch screen size is the minimum size required to create great tablet apps". Not our words, but those of Steve Jobs, the late, great Apple leader. Kickstarting the tablet revolution with the launch of the first iPad in 2010,…

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