Monthly Archive: September 2009

Freeview Retune Causes Controversy 0

Freeview Retune Causes Controversy

Millions of households today have been forced to retune their Freeview equipment as part of the digital switch over and to update certain Freeview services. We reported on this situation earlier today: Older Freeview...

Yahoo! GeoCities To Closedown After 15 Years 0

Yahoo! GeoCities To Closedown After 15 Years

After 15 years of being one of the top free hosting providers on the Internet Yahoo! GeoCities is to close down on the 26th October 2009 and all GeoCities websites are to be removed....

TalkTalk joins BT and Virgin Media In Condeming New Government File Sharing Plans 0

TalkTalk joins BT and Virgin Media In Condeming New Government File Sharing Plans

TalkTalk has become the latest Internet Service Provider today to condemn the Governemnts new plans for dealing with illegal file sharers. The opinion of these three providers is that suspending customers Internet connections will...

Older Freeview Set Top Boxes Destined For The Scrap Heap 0

Older Freeview Set Top Boxes Destined For The Scrap Heap

Freeview is today taking a step forward by updating and retuning its channels across the UK.  This will allow Freeview to carry high definition content in the future.  The downside to this however is...

New Forum Launched! 0

New Forum Launched!

To go with our brand new spanking website is a brand new spanking forum.  And do you know what the best thing is?  By registering on this website to comment etc you automatically become...

Technical Fault Reduces Petrol To 40 Pence Per Litre 1

Technical Fault Reduces Petrol To 40 Pence Per Litre

A technical error in Cambridge reduces the price of petrol from 107 pence per litre to 40 pence per litre at a Tesco forecourt. As you can imagine, the queues started to grow quite...