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BT thinks that it's "highly likely" it'll let its 2.6 percent stake in OnLive go to the wall. It told TechRadar that it was keeping a "close eye" on the gaming venture which is restructuring in the face of spiraling debt costs. The telecoms provider has promised that its customers will be able to ...

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Siri isn't just a personal assistant who can read your messages or check your calendar. The voice assistant may also play a role in finding a cure for cancer. A team of researchers from BioTeam, Accelrys and British Telecom worked together to plug Siri into scientific data analysis software tha...

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Hopefully our UK brethren have been enjoying the recent addition on high definition downloads to the BTVision IPTV service. 1080i, 5.1 surround sound packing licks are now available on your V-box for £2.95 or £4.95, conveniently marked with an "HD" tag to note the ihgher quality, and a...

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This is a fun twist, instead of a mobile provider adding home phone service to its roster, British Telecom, a UK wireline provider is adding wireless service called Broadband Anywhere with a couple handsets called BT ToGO. The two handsets on offer are HTC's S710 and the S620 offering WiFi access ...

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Remember Microsoft's grand announcement that IPTV would be available to Xbox 360 owners sometime in 2007 and all the excitement that followed? Yeah, us either, but our European friends may be getting one step closer to the promised IPTV function with the latest rumor hitting the web. Word on the str...

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The iPod is the 21st century Walkman and it seems that Sony isn't content to let Apple potentially dominant the internet communication market with the iPhone. They have teamed up with BT (that's British Telecom to you) to offer a number of new features on the PSP. The new features include video and ...

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At CES this week WorldGate Communications, a former partner of Motorola, unveiled its third Ojo video phone which they're calling the Travel Ojo. Unsurprisingly, they're pitching this model as a travel device -- the clue's in the name -- by packaging it up in a luggage friendly flip-phone style case...

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