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  • News: Palm Pre UK release set for October

    The Palm Pre smartphone, sometimes compared favourably with Apple's iPhone, will launch in the UK on Friday 30 October, according to reports.

  • News: Mobile phone writes texts on thin air

    Cell phones can be modified to act as pens that record messages written in the air that can then be sent as e-mails.

  • Sony Reader Touch e-book reader

    Sony has added a touch-sensitive model to its Reader electronic book line-up, the Sony Reader Touch. Sony has also launched a smaller e-book model, the Sony Reader Pocket.

  • News: New Sony e-readers hit the UK

    Sony Electronics has unveiled a third e-reader with wireless Internet access to complement two devices announced earlier.

  • Wildcharge PowerDisc wireless iPhone charger

    Means of keeping gadgetry charged are becoming almost as prevalent as protective cases to keep them from becoming scratched and losing their lustre.

  • Video: Sony adds Daily Edition to e-reader line

    Sony has unveiled a third e-reader with wireless internet access to complement two devices announced earlier.

  • News: 5 sport technologies we love... and 5 we hate

    Many technologies can enhance a fan's enjoyment of sport. Some others are just plain annoying. Here's five that we love and five that we're not so keen on.

  • News: 50 years of essential student technology equipment

    University students just can't do without their gadgets. We look at the technology that's been a must-have for students from the 1950s to the present day.

  • Video: Nikon's Coolpix S1000pj has built-in projector

    Nikon's Coolpix S1000pj, which is launching worldwide in September, includes a mini projector in addition to the conventional LCD screen.

  • News: Kindle-like E-paper set for rapid growth

    According to a new NextGen Research study the global market for e-paper displays will grow at a healthy compound annual growth rate of 124 percent from 2008 through 2013, and will exceed $2.5 billion by the end of that period.

  • News: Comics turn Sony PSP into e-book reader

    At a GamesCom press conference in Cologne yesterday, Sony announced that a brand new digital reader will be released on the Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) this December.

  • News: Sony announces PS3 slim, PlayStation 3 price cut

    Sony yesterday announced a slimmed down, cheaper version of its PlayStation 3 (PS3) games console, and slashed the price of the existing PS3.

  • News: Garmin-Asus launches Windows Mobile smartphone

    Garmin-Asus has teamed up with Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom to start selling the Nuvifone M20, a Windows Mobile smartphone.

  • News: 40% of phones now have touchscreens

    More than 15 million of the 38.1 million mobile phones sold during the second quarter used a touchscreen as the primary interface, according to market research company Canalys.

  • News: Spotify iPhone app hits Twitter rumour mill

    Despite Twitter going into rumour overdrive on Monday, Spotify is still waiting to see if an iPhone application submission will make it past the Apple's App Store approval process.

  • News: T-Mobile G1 to block new OS updates

    Users of the first Android phone, the G1, may be unable to get significant future operating-system updates because the phone's internal flash is nearly full.

  • News: Dell to launch Mini 13 smartphone?

    Dell plans to start selling a mobile device in China but has not yet announced availability, the company has announced.

  • Video: Telmap for BlackBerry - In Brief

    We took the Telmap Navigator for a drive from South West Wales to South London to see how it would compare to a standalone satnav device.

  • TrueCall phone call monitor

    Fans of Dragons Den may well recognise the TrueCall - it's a clever little box that helps you monitor incoming calls and only accept those from numbers on a 'white list' - in much the same way that you can automatically allow or block websites and files using security software and filtering rules.

  • News: Are you a fanboy? 19 ways to tell

    Think you're not a fanboy/girl? Well, if you're nodding your head in agreement with these 19 telltale signs, then you might have to think again.



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