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London commuters will be able to pick up their Asda shopping at six tube stations in the Capitol.
TomTom is encouraging people to send in ideas for awkward in-car situations which will be acted out by comedians in London and made into online videos today.
Exertis Gem's Christmas promotion will run from December 2nd for two weeks, closing on December 13th 2013.
A data recovery company has listed the ten most ‘interesting’ causes of data loss in 2013, including spider infestations, drunken urination and gunshots.
The PC specialist Overclockers UK has released a gaming chair and workstation bundle, which begins at £5,000 and runs up to over £15,000 combined.
Distributor Tech Data UK has added the Sybase IQ system to its software portfolio, giving resellers "the largest range of SAP solutions available through distribution".
Hauppauge has launched the HD PVR Rocket, a new portable video game recorder.
Manufacturer StarTech.com has launched the Wireless-N Travel Router which lets users create a WiFi hotspot from a wired network connection.
A Nintendo software engineer has claimed that the company is working on an Android-based tablet.
Microsoft has launched an online store selling anti-Google merchandise.
Games firm ESEA has been fined $1 million (£620,000) after a rogue employee exploited the computers of 14,000 customers to mine Bitcoins.
Argos has stressed it does not want to lower the price of its tablets and tech this Christmas.
Acer has launched its 'first fully-integrated marketing campaign' to highlight its product range and touchscreen technology to consumers across EMEA.
Nexus Engage has revealed that its interactive window campaign with Monster saw the brand’s headphone sales increase 300 per cent.
Dixons has begun trialling electronic shelf-edges price labels in one of its Currys and PC World stores.
The Kano computer aims to make building a Raspberry Pi PC as simple as playing with Lego.