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Today is exactly one year since a 14 year-old lad put a video online of a tearaway dog chasing deer on YouTube. Fenton, the dog who taught us all to follow our hearts no matter who shouts at us, has racked up in excess of 7.5 million views online, which in internet terms makes it ripe for some cashing in. Cue EE, which has taken the original and supercharged it for a new online ad. And it’s a bit weak. Read more

On Orange or T-Mobile? Are you sure? Technically, you’re on Everything Everywhere, which is now EE. Only, you’re still on Orange or T-Mobile really Unless you get 4G when it’s switched on tomorrow (Oct 30th). Confused? That’s understandable…  Read more

We’ll have 4G in the UK in just under four weeks! EE CEO Olaf Swantee said in a statement today that the UK’s first 4G network will go live at the end of the month, as expected.

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First EE 4G phones on sale today!

The first 4G network in the UK is almost here, and to prove how close we are, Everything Everywhere (or EE as it now insists) has put its first 4G handsets on sale today.

You can buy the Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE, HTC One XL, and Huawei Ascend P1 LTE from today, while the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE will be out on October 15th. Read on for the full skinny.

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Later today will see the UK network bigwigs sit around a table and have a serious powwow with regulator Ofcom about the plans for 4G.

Likely to be subject of discussion? Everything Everywhere’s plans to launch before everyone else.

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It’s probably a tough job, coming up with endless inspiring marketing imagery. Once you’ve done a few, it must be easy to give up and lose your momentum. We don’t know quite what’s happened at EE HQ, but the UK’s first 4G service has just served up a slice of horrendously depressing gold on its press page.

Will 4G be humanity’s downfall, finally turning us into the jellatinous, charmless blobs depicted in Wall-E? It will if this image is anything to go by. Read more

Asus has whipped out yet another variation on the tablet/netbook hybrid. The Asus Eee Pad Slider has a full slide out QWERTY keyboard, that makes it look a bit like a giant HTC Desire Z. Not only that, but it will be packing the latest, as yet unreleased version of Android, Honeycomb.

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UPDATE: The Asus Eee Slate will cost a whopping $999-$1099 (£640-£700) , and is on sale this month!

Asus has also announced a whopping great sofa-targeted tablet, a 12.1″ 1280×800 multi touch tablet. The Asus Eee Slate EP 121 is sporting an Intel i5 processor and is running Windows 7. It has full Flash support, and a 2.0MP webcam.

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