YouTube launches UK site and Manhunt 2 banned by BBFC: the best stories from Shiny Media

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hurleychen.gif- Recognizing that over half of YouTube users are outside the U.S, country-specific sites have launched today. And yes, the UK is one of them [Techscape]

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Resistance: Fall of Man controversy continues and rumours of iPhone delays: the best stories from Shiny Media

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resistance_fall_of_man.gif- The controversy over Resistance: Fall of Man continues. The Church is now appealing directly to the people of Japan [PSPSPS]

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iPhone review expected soon and Halo 3 tipped to be bigger than Gears of War: the best stories from Shiny Media

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iphone.gif- It looks like a review of the iPhone may be just a couple of weeks away. A Wall Street Journal columnist is putting one through its paces as we speak [iPhonic]

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BT & Sony team up to make the PSP a mobile phone, and HDTV 2.0: the latest stories from Shiny Media

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– BT and Sony have announced a deal that will allow the PSP to become a mobile phone. Could this make it an iPhone-killer? [iPhonic] – HDTV is now "HDTV 2.0" according to HP. Find out how tenuous this…

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Latest iPhone survey results and downloadable content on the PS3: the best stories from Shiny Media

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The next batch of results from iPhonic's UK iPhone survey are discussed on the site today. Which network is the respondents' favourite to get the iPhone? [iPhonic] Downloadable content will debut on the PS3 in June. PSPSPS has the…

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Sky HD link with Hollywood studios and 80GB PS3: the best stories from Shiny Media

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– Sky has announced it will screen more Hollywood blockbusters in high definition. Plus more original commissions will be available in the improved format [HDTV UK]

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