Photo of the week: Lake in Denmark with reflections

June 19, 2011

I shot this photo way back but I didn’t really like it until I started playing around with it in post-processing lately, to bring out the colors even more – this was the final edit that I decided I liked the most, it was also cropped a little to get rid of some of the […]

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New Cookie law might require users to “opt-in” on Danish websites

March 1, 2011

We have covered the European Union “cookie issue” in a few previous articles: February 2009: New Cookie Law Will Require User Consent Before Placing Cookies December 2009: The Dreaded Cookie Law Crumbles November 2010: EU’s Cookie Law still being chewed on – might end up requiring users to “opt-in” for browser cookies… Now there’s once […]

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AppleTV being pulled from lots of countries

September 2, 2010

Apparantly the new AppleTV, announced yesterday along with other Apple products and iTunes 10, will not be launched in countries where Apple can not offer movie and TV shows rentals, despite the 1st generation AppleTV being sold in those countries. I cannot confirm this but it’s the word out of Apple in Denmark, a country […]

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Latest from Steve Jobs on the iPhone 4 Antenna Issues: “Stay Tuned”

June 27, 2010

Everybody who’s remotely interested in either Apple, iPhone or tech news in general, will by now have heard about the iPhone 4 antenna issues. If you haven’t, well basically if you connect the two parts of the outside antenna (the stainless steel band), you will lose reception. Apple first “confirmed” in a statement that antenna […]

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Three Million iPads Sold In 80 Days, Apple Says

June 22, 2010

Apple just came out with a press release (read it below), stating that they have now sold three million iPads in less than three months, in fact, in just 80 days. In the last three weeks alone, they sold a million iPads. Overall, that’s 26 iPads sold every minute, on average. In May, the iPad […]

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Apple to Germans: Don’t Ship iPads Outside Germany

June 16, 2010

Still without indication from Apple when their widely popular iPad will be available in Denmark, some desperate Danes have decided to go on a 2-6 hour drive to Apple Store in Hamburg to try and purchase an iPad. Driving to an Apple Store in Germany is risky business, you can’t know for sure whether or […]

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Facebook Cause $2 Billion Daily Work Hour Loss in Denmark

March 19, 2010

An organization within Denmark published a study yesterday, made by Dwarf and Userneeds, showing that Facebook is the cause of $2 billion in loss of working hours. In a country with a population of 5,500,000 people, around 55,000 of them spend more than 30 minutes of their work day on Facebook, meaning a loss of […]

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Funny Pictures: Google Street View Launched In Denmark

February 3, 2010

Google Street View was launched in Denmark last week, where more than 32,000 kilometers (20,000 miles) worth of streets have been photographed. The Danish people has been busy finding funny situations the following few days and submitting them to online newspapers within Denmark and the results are in: Lots of funny pictures from Google Street […]

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Symantec: Denmark Most Spammed Country

November 2, 2009

A new report from Symantec/MessageLabs reveals that 95.6% of all e-mails sent to a Danish recipient, is spam. In the US it increased to 91.8%, Canada to 91.2% and 91.7% in the UK. The global average for Q3 2009 was 88.1% compared with 81% for Q3 2008. There’s many seasonal spam mails nowadays, taking advantage […]

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Bully Filter For The Mobile Phone Has Great Success In Norway

September 3, 2009

A new “bully filter” set in place by the largest mobilephone provider in Norway, Telenor, is said to be a great success. It’s no secret that children and young people can be pretty harsh against each other, but it’s not just in the school yard bullying is happening, but also to a very large extend […]

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Got your iPhone 3GS yet? I just ordered mine in Denmark!

July 24, 2009

That’s right, last night I ordered my iPhone 3GS. It’s expensive, but not as expensive if I had bought it unlocked in Italy or if I got it with a contract that I would not use because I’m perfectly fine with the carrier I already have. The price? 670 euros, that’s US$ 940. I purchased […]

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