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School buses now come with free WiFi

These Icomera folks, the WiFi-in-public-transport chaps, are doing rather well. Fresh from sticking WiFi on buses all over the place, they’ve now done a deal with The Green Bus company. The Green Bus company are, as the press release states, ‘the emerging market leader in school transport thinking in the UK’. Clearly. If they’re putting […]

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Applications Services

Google Talk users now connected by text message

Let’s assume you’re having a productive conversation with a colleague via Google Talk, right? Then you need to go out. Away from your computer. You’ve got your handset with you but it’s a rubbish one that doesn’t do Google Talk or anything other than phoning or texting (think Motorola RAZR). How do you continue the […]

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Devices

The INQ1 is available for pre-order now. £79.99 PAYG.

I’ll take two please. £80 quid a go? Brilliant! Well. I can only actually USE one at a time. I’m slightly concerned about the possibility of adopting the INQ1 because I fear it could be hugely, hugely addictive! I really do like the concept of having my social address book from the likes of Facebook […]

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Is that the Sony Ericsson X1 available now then?

Looks like you can order it now from Vodafone UK… any takers?

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AQA is now cheaper than an Irish Guinness

I had a note in from Paul over at AQA, the question answer service, to let me know that they have reduced the cost of their Irish service. Here are a series of things you never knew about Ireland, courtesy of AQA (as well as details on their new pricing): – – – – – […]

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The mobile version of MIR: Comments now work!

I’ve been toiling all night. The fact that Disqus has not worked properly on mobile, ever since we changed over to it, has really been annoying me. The swap to Disqus has, otherwise, been a great success — in the past couple of months we’ve had over 4,000 comments contributed. I really like the flexibility […]