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ISP provider Virgin Media blamed the makers of Call of Duty: Black Ops, a popular first-person shooter game, for its decreased speed issues that are affecting its service. In an interview by The Register, a spokesperson from Virgin Media said, “We’re aware some of our customers are experiencing issues whilst playing Call of Duty: Black Ops on Xbox Live. Xbox...

Bose is one of the leading audio supply makers in the world and has been manufacturing quality headphones fit for audiophiles and conventional users. The latest Bose noise-cancelling headphones is the QuietComfort 15, which provides better sound quality and improved noise-cancellation than the QuietComfort 2 and 3. Design and sound quality The Bose QuietComfort 15 is...

Samsung has been denied permission to see the prototypes of new Apple products, including those of the iPhone 5 and the iPad 3. The legal battle between the two smartphone giants took an interesting turn when U.S. district Judge Lucy Koh denied the request of Samsung to see its rival’s prototypes, saying that Samsung’s request is “over the line.” Samsung...

Rumors about the Apple iPhone 5 have been floating around online and new information about the popular smartphone grows as the excitement grows. An article by DigiTimes said that there are rumors that the iPhone 5 will be using a dual-LED flash. Taiwan-based firms Everlight Electronics, Lite-On Technology and Edison Opto are said to be the potential flash suppliers. The...

The release date for PlayStation Vita, Sony’s next-generation portable gaming console, has leaked online. Shopto.net, an online video games retailer, has reported that the UK release date of the new mobile gaming platform is on November 4th and Amazon UK has responded with a launch date in December. Shopto.net also leaked the release of 20 Playstation Vita launch...

Apple has removed ThirdIntifada, an Arabic-language iPhone app that promotes violence against Israel, from its iTunes store on Wednesday. Third Intifada, an app that contained anti-Semitic content, was removed after Public Diplomacy Minister Yuli-Yoel Edelstein wrote to Steve Jobs, complaining that it calls for an uprising against Israel. “One can easily see that this...