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    Samsung has unveiled the Pixon12, the company's first touchscreen phone with a 12Mp camera.

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    Psion has dropped its legal battle with Intel over the copyright of the term 'netbook'.

  • News: Sony to unveil PSP Go?

    Sony is expected to launch a new version of its PSP portable gaming console this week.

  • News: 7m Brits illegally download

    Around 7m Brits are using a file-sharing network once a week to illegally download music files, says the Strategic Advisory Board for Intellectual Property (SABIP).

  • Transcend MP320R MP3 player

    Transcend has launched a pink version of its 4GB MP320 portable music player. The Transcend MP320R is a 29g USB device that has a bright two-tone OLED display and a four-way navipad to control playback.

  • News: Apple iPhone security benchmark released

    The Center for Internet Security has released a security benchmark for Apple's iPhone that it said could help IT managers better protect data stored on the device.

  • News: Yahoo 360 to close in July

    Yahoo will close its Yahoo 360 social-networking site in July, something it originally planned to do in early 2008 and later delayed to last year's second half.

  • News: Windows 7 Starter edition limits scrapped

    Microsoft has announced that it is removing the three-application limit on Windows 7 Starter edition.

  • News: SnapDragon 'smartbook' takes on netbooks

    Contract PC manufacturer Inventec expects to begin shipping its first laptop based on Qualcomm's Snapdragon microprocessor later this year, it said today.

  • News: Pegatron to launch 10in touchscreen netbook

    Pegatron will show a netbook with a 10in touchscreen display at Computex this week, an industry source revealed today.

  • News: Netbook makers switch to Arm chips at Computex

    Netbooks made with the processors required to run Google's Android software will be on show at Computex Taipei 2009 this week from at least five or six companies, an executive from Arm Holdings said today.

  • Opinion: Digital photography FAQs

    We round up the month's most interesting questions about digital photography, ranging from use of a polariser and face recognition to Picasa 3, plus the best reader tips.

  • News: The 20 best games that never were

    For every game that becomes a must-have title, there are hundreds that never see the light of day. From obscure titles to black sheep in well-established franchises, we've rounded up the 20 most famous games that were never made publicly available.

  • News: The history of the PC in pictures

    Since the personal computer debuted in 1971, a Darwin-esque evolution process has lifted the PC from modest beginnings to its current role as an indispensable part of life in the 21st century

  • News: BlackBerry Bold vs Apple iPhone

    Can't decide which smartphone you should go for? Apple and BlackBerry are two of the biggest names in the market, but which is best? We compared the two to see what they can and can't do.

  • News: PC Advisor's ultimate guide to buying a laptop

    There's a huge array of choice when it comes to laptops, but with everything from netbooks and ultraportables to machines suitable for gaming and those designed to withstand use in rural locations, which should you choose. We've put together the ultimate laptop guide to help you decide.

  • Video: Pixel Qi unveils new breed of LCD

    A new breed of laptop screen that much easier on the eyes but retains the qualities needed for multimedia will soon be here and we got a chance to see the first samples.

  • Opinion: Google Wave: selective sharing on social networks

    When Google Wave was unveiled, it was described it as a marriage of email and instant messaging. But to me it looks more like the kind of social network that I'd really like: one where I can exactly target the people with whom I want to share a comment, photo or video.

  • FlipVideo MinoHD Chrome

    FlipVideo is to launch a 'limited edition' Chrome version of its MinoHD digital video recorder. The MinoHD Chrome will go onsale in the UK next week.

  • HP Compaq Mini 110c netbook

    HP has expanded its range of netbooks with the Compaq Mini 110c, a 10in netbook priced at £279.

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