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  • News: Christmas 2009 buyers' guide: TV and games consoles

    PC Advisor picks out the best gifts for the media-loving couch potatoes in the family. Get connected with connected TV.

  • News: Christmas 2009 buyers' guide: gifts for the music lover

    Technology and music go hand in hand - after all, the Apple iPod is the most popular item of consumer technology after the laptop. A digital music player is therefore a fairly safe choice of present. You don't necessarily need to fork out for a multi-gigabyte iPod touch, though. And if you're buying for an iPod or iPhone owner, iTunes vouchers will be the most welcome gift you can give - and a lot less expensive.

  • News: Christmas 2009 buyers' guide: For photo fans...

    What to buy for the digital-photography enthusiast this Christmas.

  • News: Christmas 2009 buyers' guide: For the film buff...

    PC Advisor selects the best technology gifts for the film-lover in your life.

  • News: Christmas 2009 buyers' guide: e-book readers and laptop bags

    NPC Advisor pick out the perfect Christmas gifts for the music-lover, film buff, amateur photographer and gadget fan in your life. Here, we recommend e-book readers and laptop bags.

  • News: Sports Illustrated ready for Apple Mac Tablet

    Publisher Time Inc has demoed a concept version of Sports Illustrated magazine it insists will be able to run on any forthcoming computer tablets including the long rumoured Mac Tablet from Apple. The publisher predicts the digital pay version of the magazine will be up and running around the middle of next year.

  • News: BenQ shows off first e-reader

    BenQ put its nReader on display at Taiwan's IT Month exhibition in Taipei and representatives say it will roll out in Taiwan and China this January for NT$8,990 (US$280).

  • The Chumby Classic Wi-Fi device

    Chumby has launched an updated version of its original portable Wi-Fi web-access device to the US market. The Chumby One eschews the cuddly, consumer-friendy design of the original Chumby - now known as the Chumby Classic  - in favour of more angular lines.

  • iRiver Story e-book reader

    MP3 maker iRiver has joined the torrent (sorry) of manufacturers bringing out electronic book readers. The iRiver Story has a 6in screen, weighs 284g and has a reported battery life of 100 hours between charges.

  • News: Home automation system to triple

    In North America more than one million systems are expected to be installed in 2012.

  • Video: BlackBerry Curve 8900 - In Brief

    The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is the thinnest and lightest BlackBerry smartphone to date

  • News: BBC iPlayer iPhone app in the works?

    The BBC may be preparing a dedicated BBC iPlayer service for the iPhone and iPod touch if the images accompanying a recent BBC monthly report are to be believed.

  • News: iPhone apps get UK discount today

    It's not just the Apple Store running special offers on Black Friday, many iPhone apps have also had a price drop.

  • News: Just 20% of Brits are 'tech savvy'

    Just 20 percent of Brits are 'savvy citizens' when it comes to technology, says BCS - the Chartered Institute for IT.

  • News: Nokia N900 launch delayed

    Nokia says that massive demand for the Nokia N900 has forced it to delay the release of the Maemo 5 handset.

  • News: Virgin Media bringing TiVo to the UK

    TiVo, the personal video recorder (PVR) company as ubiquitous in the US as its UK equivalent Sky+, is coming to the UK, the company and Virgin Media announced yesterday.

  • News: 10 technologies we'll miss when they're gone

    As tech speeds inexorably forward, many gadgets and services will be left in heaps on the roadside. Problem is, we'll truly miss some of them.

  • News: In pictures: the Motorola Droid

    The Motorola Droid launched in the US last month, and while there is no firm UK release date yet, the smartphone is certainly highly anticipated in the UK. We've taken a closer look at Motorola's latest Google Android handset to discover what's good and bad about it.

  • EV Stores Electric Skateboard

    This may well be the ultimate dangerous toy for boys. It certainly had this lass worried.

  • Foxit eSlick FE-1 e-book reader

    E-book readers are fast becoming the overdue buses of the gadget world. We waited years for the first ones to appear; now there seems to be an unstemmable tide.



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