Latest news on Apple, BT, Nokia and SamsungWhich? top tech news stories of the last week
23 January 2010
The latest news on BT's superfast broadband, new Samsung digital cameras, Nokia turning its mobile phones into sat navs, the Orange T-Mobile merger and Apple iSlate tablet rumours.
Which? brings you its top five technology news stories of the week in one easy roundup to keep you up-to-date on the latest happenings in the world of technology.
1- Top ten Apple iSlate tablet PC rumours
Apple has long been rumoured to be launching an Apple tablet PC, variously called the Apple iSlate, Apple iTablet, Apple Slate or Mactablet.- check out the latest Apple tablet PC rumours making the rounds.
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2- Samsung confirms pricing for NX10 hybrid camera
Samsung has announced prices for its new NX10 hybrid camera, a smaller, mirrorless alternative to a DSLR which offers interchangeable lenses. Check out our latest news and video review of the NX10.
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3- Nokia mobiles become free sat navs with Ovi Maps
Nokia plans to add free turn-by-turn GPS sat nav to its mobile phones running the Symbian operating system - including access to Lonely Planet and Michelin travel guides.
Discover more about Nokia's Ovi Maps system, or choose a high quality sat nav using Which? sat nav reviews.
4- BT launches 40Mbps superfast broadband
BT has announced BT Infinity - a high-speed broadband service that it claims has download speeds of up to 40Mbps. Read more about BT Infinity and how BT's broadband speeds compare to rival Virgin Media.
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5- Latest news on merger between Orange and T-Mobile
Which? has called for the proposed merger of the T-Mobile UK and Orange UK mobile networks to be thoroughly scrutinised by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), so that UK mobile customers don't suffer from the merger of the two mobile giants. Find out more about what Which? thinks of the Orange T-Mobile merger.
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