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What will the new iPhones be called?

Apple has followed a very predictable naming structure for their phones for many years now. They operate on a tick-tock strategy similar to Intel's, offering first a new design and a year later an optimised version. The new designs have new numbers - iPhone 5 - and the optimised versions have the S suffix - iPhone 5S. This year though, that's set to change, as Apple are expected to release two new phones, both much bigger than their predecessors at 4.7 and 5.5 inches. So what will the new iPhones be called?

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Skype to Replace Xbox Live Chat

Having bought up Skype a few years ago, it’s about time Microsoft did something useful with it. One of those things is to replace the oft murky sounding Xbox Live Chat with the VOIP service. Here’s hoping it won’t be long before we’ll be talking while slaying Locust, with crystal clear communications. CVG broke this news, suggesting that it will …

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Cosplaying can get you a job

It’s the dream of many a cosplayer: their outfit is so good that not only does it get them noticed, it actually gets them a job helping to promote the title they’re pretending to be a part of. That’s what’s happened to Russian Anna Moleva, who made such a good Elizabeth from Bioshock Infinity, that Irrational Games has hired her for adverts …

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Google Fibre hits 700MBps in Kansas

Internet users in Kansas that have signed up to Google’s new broadband offerings have been receiving record speeds this morning, as they’re reporting download and upload rates closing in on 700MBps. What’s impressive about Google’s offering more than anything, is the price. It’s providing 1Gbps speeds to customers, at just $70 each. That’s massively reduced compared to the competition. To …

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