Friday, April 29, 2005

New Apple Power Mac G5 - Seriously Fast

As if one 64-bit processor wasn't enough, Apple have stuck two of them in most of the models in their new Power Mac G5 range. What does this mean for users? It means SPEED and POWER! Fly through your digital photo and video editing like never before. 3D graphic designers will have to schedule in an extra tea break as they wonder how they ever coped with their previous computer. The new Power Mac G5 range also has Tiger, the new version of Mac OS X, which looks ... sweet. Oh, and as with every other Apple product, coolness comes as standard. So, if you're one of those people being held back by their computer, take a look at the new Power Macs at the Apple Store UK.

Microsoft Xbox 360 - New gaming console

We've just found out that there will be two models of Microsoft's new game console, the Xbox 360. One will have a 40GB hard drive will Halo 2 already loaded, and the other won't have a hard drive. More on our Xbox 360 Review page.

Guess the Google

Here's a neat little game for you. It provides you with a set of images retrieved by using a particular word on Google Image Search. All you have to do is guess what the word was.

Guess the Google

Thursday, April 28, 2005

Take a spa break for 2 at Alton Towers for £119

If 2005 is stressing you out, and you've been plodding away at work since Christmas, then treat yourself to a spa break at Alton Towers. We're not talking rollercoasters and flumes here, we're talking pampering in an opulent, child-free zone - a sanctuary of calm. Gone on, you deserve it. Details at buyagift.

Mac OS X Tiger Being Launched in the UK on Fri 29th April

The new Mac operating system, Mac OS X Tiger, is launched by Apple UK tomorrow. The new dashboard feature certainly looks lovely. For people that enjoy reading blogs, RSS feed reading is introduced into the Safari browser. You can upgrade your Mac to OS X Tiger for £89. Find out more at the Apple Store UK.

Sunday, April 24, 2005

Current best selling mobile phones in the UK

Friday, April 22, 2005

Dell Computer Top Seller of the Week

Dell are offering their Dimension 3000 desktop computer with 17" flatpanel monitor for £491 including VAT. Up until 26th April 2005 you can get double memory (to 1GB, more than adequate for most people), free delivery and a free Dell 720 printer!

Visit Dell UK to view the offer

Yves Rocher have 50% off Aloe Vera Essentials

You can currently get 50% off Aloe Vera Essentials at Yves Rocher, and they're offering free Postage & Packing with orders over £6.

Visit Yves Rocher for More

Cooking Experience with Jean Christophe Novelli from Hell's Kitchen

If you or someone you know has enjoyed the Hell's Kitchen TV series, then you can have the experience yourself with Jean Christophe Novelli and a full day hands-on cookery course or cookery demonstration at his Hertfordshire home. Details at buyagift.

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

More Updates from the iPod Store UK

Until May 12th 2005, you can buy an iPod mini and save over 30% on Altec Lansing iMmini iPod mini speakers when they are bought at the same time.

Don't forget you can also get free engraving for your iPod from the Apple Store UK.

Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Mac OS X Tiger - New Version Information

Introducing the newest edition of the world's most advanced operating system: Mac OS X Tiger. Combining the power of UNIX and the simplicity of Mac OS X, Tiger introduces more than 150 new exclusives features, including:

Spotlight: Tiger introduces Spotlight, a breakthrough new desktop search technology that finds anything on your computer as quickly as you type. Search your entire system from one place: Files, emails, contacts, images, calendars and applications appear instantly.

Dashboard: Dashboard is home to a new kind of application called widgets. These lightweight applications are designed for fun as well as function. They keep you up to date with timely information from the Internet and provide quick, simple access to the most commonly used features of iTunes, iCal and Address Book.

Check Mac OS X out at the Apple Store UK.

iPod Photo

With the iPod Photo's 65 000-colour screen, you can enjoy viewing your digital pictures anywhere. Plug iPod photo to your TV and share music slideshows with your friends or your family. Carry up to 15 000 songs or 25 000 pictures with its huge hard drive capacity (30GB / 60GB). And the new iPod Camera Connector provides a fast, easy way to transfer images from your digital camera to your iPod : your creativity has not limit with iPod Photo. Check it out at Apple Store UK

New Mobile Phones Available

The Nokia 6230i , Motorola MPx 220 (Silver and Black), Samsung D500 (Silver) and Siemens SK65 are all now instock at Phones 2 U Direct.

Sunday, April 17, 2005

Debenhams Blue Cross Sale Starts 21st April 2005

The Debenhams Blue Cross Sale, from 21st April to 4th May, will give online customers 20% off purchases. Visit Debenhams to decide what you want to buy.

Site Feed Enabled

Well, we worked out how to enable the site feed. It's actually an Atom feed rather than an RSS feed, (most good newsreaders can read both formats anyway). There's a link to the feed url at the top right. Now we're going to have to make an effort to regularly post new offers! If you do go and open a bloglines account, don't forget to subscribe to us!

Bloglines RSS reader - for subscribing to blogs

We've just discovered Bloglines, which is an online service that allows you to easily subscribe to blogs so that you can check all the blogs you like to read at once. If you're an avid blog reader, we suggest you check it out. You can subscribe to any blog that has an RSS or Atom feed available with the click of a mouse. We must work out how to make our feed available!

Saturday, April 16, 2005

The latest PC Games - World of Warcraft

Fans of orcs, warlocks and the like will no doubt already have purchased a copy of World of Warcraft and will be enjoying the online gaming modes in absorbing gameplay. We have a page on the latest PC games in case you're behind in your new PC game purchases.

Sunday, April 10, 2005

Sightseeing from your computer

If you're too busy to go sightseeing for real, then try it from your computer, with the help of satellite photos and Google Maps:

Google Sightseeing