Day: December 11, 2013

BT grows ADSL service

BT grows ADSL service BT intends to lower the “trigger level” for upgrading local telephone trades mean more Internet customers than ever before will have the ability to subscribe to ADSL services, the organization claims. The organization will lower the trigger amounts of customer interest needed before local trades are upgraded for broadband. The organization can also be setting trigger levels in a further 87 trades the very first time – and beginning work on 22 of those to provide ADSL services. BT Wholesale leader Paul Reynolds stated: “Our growing experience of the particular work involved now enables us...

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MacExpo: iPod smash hit

MacExpo: iPod smash hit Apple’s iPod was officially launched at MacExpo yesterday. Available stocks of the product sold out before midday. Resellers expressed “satisfaction” at the response. Apple’s iPod customers seemed happy, too, with some purchasers taking time to share their initial reactions with Macworld’s roving reporters on the show floor. iPod is Apple’s first foray into a non-Mac digital device. It’s an MP3 player with a 5GB drive that doubles up as an external FireWire hard-drive. Encased in a white shell, the lightweight (6.5 ounce) product can hold up to 1,000 tracks with 20 minutes skip protection and...

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StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void sells over 1 million copies on launch day

StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void sells over 1 million copies on launch day At this point, it’s hard to imagine any sales number impressing more than Fallout 4’s $750 million on launch day. That’s qutie a feat, but Blizzard has its own sales numbers surrounding its big release of the week. Thanks for making the launch of #LotV a success! We’ll see you in the Koprulu Sector, Commanders! — StarCraft (@StarCraft) November 13, 2015 StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void sold over 1 million copies on its launch. That’s across both retail and digital sales. Alright, so perhaps...

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