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  • Aiptek PenCam Trio HD, launching at IFA

    Aiptek's PenCam Trio HD is an enhanced HD update on its popular PenCam ultraportable camcorder, which debuted back in 2000.

  • Casio Exilim EX-Z90, at IFA 09

    Casio used the IFA show in Berlin to add several cameras to its Exilim line. The cheapest of these is the Casio EX-Z90, a fun-focused 12.1Mp model that costs 150 euros and allows you to add animations to your photos.

  • Video: IFA: Prototype Samsung remote control doubles as a mini TV

    Samsung prototype allows users to watch other channels on the remote control so they can check out what's on without changing the main set

  • Buffalo MiniStation Lite HD-PX, at IFA

    Buffalo's MiniStation HD-PX is a shock-resistant portable hard drive that comes in a range of colours. The MiniStation HD-PX is available in capacities from 250GB up to 500GB.

  • Acer Tempo DX900 smartphone, launched at IFA

    Acer is finally launching the twin-SIM Tempo DX900 smartphone that was unveiled back in March. Acer claims the DX900 is the world’s first dual-sim smartphone to support both 3G and 2G SIMs.

  • Opinion: Amazon makes amends for Kindle debacle

    There are things that should be left enough alone, and Amazon's Orwellian removal of the book Nineteen Eighty-Four from customers' Kindle e-readers is one of them. Orwell would have got a kick out of this, yet Amazon seems to be taking the matter very seriously. 

  • News: 12 ways to use your PC's spare processing power

    You may think that by running your PC, you're not being the most environmentally friendly you could be. However, you'd be wrong. You can actually donate the spare processing power on your computer via one of the dozens of ongoing volunteer computing projects, many based on open source software called BOINC.

  • News: The world's weirdest USB gadgets

    Dress up your desktop and entertain (or annoy) your co-workers with these wacky USB-powered gadgets, from office stink-busters to toasters that print the morning news on your breakfast.

  • News: 12 technology terms to avoid at all costs

    In technology, phrases become obsolete very quickly. And if you're not in the know when it comes to the new cool slang then you could end up looking old. It may even hamper your job prospects.

  • News: Graphics cards for beginners

    In modern computers the Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) is responsible for everything you see on your screen.

  • Mustek PF-A61, on show at IFA

    Mustek's PF-A61 innovatively combines the roles of digital photo frame and scanner, meaning old snaps can be turned into a music-accompanied slideshow in moments, and with no PC called into action.

  • News: Mobile cloud subscribers to number 1 billion by 2014

    The number of mobile cloud computing subscribers worldwide will grow rapidly over the next five years, rising from 42.8 million subscribers in 2008, to just over 998 million in 2014.

  • Q-London QL Xperience 2 at IFA show

    The Q-London QL Xperience 2 is the upgraded widescreen version of Q-London's Xperience virtual-screen shades: 'cinemas for the face', in essence.

  • Fujitsu Siemens Celsius Ultra on show at IFA

    Fujitsu Siemens claims the Celsius Ultra is the "fastest air-cooled gaming PC on the planet", and our hands-on test at IFA suggest it's packing some serious horsepower: the machine ripped through the notoriously hard-to-handle Microsoft Flight Simulator X without a hint of a stutter.

  • Video: IFA: TransferJet is coming in early 2010

    Imagine transferring data between devices by just bringing them close together. That's the promise of TransferJet and it's coming next year.

  • News: TransferJet coming to mobile phones next year

    TransferJet, a data transfer technology that allows information to be exchanged between gadgets by simply bringing them close to each other, should begin appearing in products next year.

  • Video: IFA: Panasonic GF1 camera offers small size and high performance

    The DMC-GF1 is based on the Micro Four Thirds system standard which means it has similar performance capabilities of a digital SLR, but in a more compact size.

  • ViewSonic VNB100 and VNB101 netbooks

    Monitor manufacturer ViewSonic has turned its attention to the netbook market, by unveiling the VNB100 and the VNB101.

  • News: 5G iPod nano cases announced

    The first 5G iPod nano accessories have been announced, ahead of the new Apple products expected release next week.

  • News: uSocial offers Facebook friends' for sale

    Controversial web promotions company uSocial.net has unveiled a new service that allows users of social networking site Facebook to buy friends.



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