Stuff Office Cat's Diary 30/04/13

EE 4G rolls out to more towns, the first website is revived and Skype hits Outlook in today's news round-up

EE 4G hits 12 more towns

12 more UK towns now have EE's 4G coverage blanketing their streets in super fast mobile internet goodness. Aylesbury, Berkhamsted, Billericay, Blackpool, Brentwood, Dewsbury, Huddersfield, Lytham St Annes, Marlow, Pontefract, Thame and Windsor have now joined the list of UK towns that have the pleasure of being able to load cat videos in an instant. Check out EE's coverage checker to see if you too can get in on the 4G action.

Skype now on Outlook

Microsoft's email service now has Skype integration, allowing users to video call contacts right from their inbox. All Office Cat asks is that you have the courtesy to wear clothes (from the waist up at least), when the preview version launches on Tuesday.

Carphone Warehouse has bought out its joint venture partner Best Buy for £471 million, making Office Cat re-think his decision to invest in sardines. Though he firmly believes their value can only skyrocket.

Source: Phoenix Corporate

CERN recreates world's first webpage

CERN is celebrtating the 20th anniversary of providing the open web to the world by recreating the very first webpage. It might lack sparkly mouse cursors, music and 'like' buttons, but it's a stark reminder of how far the internet has come. Check out CERN for more info.

Source: BBC

Yahoo has revealed its new line-up of exclusive Autumn programming – including shows like Tiny Commando, starring Ed Helms, in which a 4in private detective fights crime (yes, really). Wrestling fans will also be glad to hear that Yahoo! has exclusive content  available for fans of 'sports entertainment'.

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