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  • News: O2 allows iPhone users to unlock handset

    The UK's original Apple iPhone partner O2, will from today start to unlock customers phones

  • News: First USB 3.0 flash drive offers 10X speed boost

    Super Talent Technology today announced what it claimed is the industry's USB 3.0 compliant flash drive, which can support data transfer rates of 5Gbit/sec -- 10 times faster than current USB 2.0 products.

  • News: Intel e-reader designed for visually impaired

    On Tuesday, Intel will start selling a nifty new e-reader that can snap pictures of books and newspapers and then read them back to people who have a hard time reading the printed page.

  • News: Top 10 UK iPhone stats by O2

    To mark the second anniversary of the Apple iPhone's UK launch O2 has some statistics to shout about.

  • News: Despite Google Android, HTC revenue declines

    High Tech Computer (HTC), which developed the first smartphone based on Google's Android mobile operating system, saw revenue decline in the third quarter due to increased competition and weak sales in Europe.

  • News: Gigabyte fixes Windows 7/iPhone sync problem

    Gigabyte Technology issued a BIOS update on Friday that fixes a problem for some Windows 7 users who have been unable to sync their iPhones.

  • News: The 12 best advanced science projects

    Thinking about mad science projects usually involves imaging a nutty professor tucked away in his lab.

  • News: Six great tech ideas that failed to take off

    IT history is fraught with 'transformational' sales pitches that fall far short. We look at the six technologies that dramatically failed to take take-off and live up to the promise.

  • How-Tos: How to sync data between your computing devices

    Working on the go means you probably use a number of different devices every day, from a desktop PC, to a laptop and smartphone. However, it can be hard getting the various products to talk to each other. We show you the three easiest ways to sync your computers and mobile devices.

  • News: Windows XP handset blends PC & smartphone

    A new smartphone that runs Windows XP and blends in PC features is starting to generate a buzz, though some analysts are questioning its purpose and practicality

  • News: Huawei readies new Google Android phones

    China-based Huawei Technologies has announced plans for a new range of Google Android handsets.

  • News: Personal robot sales to exceed $5 billion by 2015

    Advances in military and commercial robots will continue to trickle down to the consumer market, and components will see price declines driven by their use in other markets.

  • News: Orange bans Spotify, Facebook on iPhone

    A BBC blog today suggests that Orange won't allow its iPhone users services like Spotify, AudioBoo, Ustream or even Facebook messaging.

  • News: Nintendo considers Amazon Kindle killer

    n an interview with the UK's Financial Times (registration required to read) newspaper Nintendo president Satoru Iwata states that the company is interested in exploring an "Amazon Kindle" like service for the future of the Nintendo DS. "I'm interested because it's a new business model in which the user doesn't bear the communications cost," he said.

  • Messless multi gadget charger

    If you're fed up with having hundreds of different chargers for mobile phones, iPod and portable cameras, all cluttering up your house, then the Messless could be ideal for you.

  • News: Hands on with Toshiba's Dynario fuel cell charger

    Toshiba's direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) first hit our radars when the prototype was released in 2003. This week, the company finally began shipping the Dynario - its first commercial fuel cell charger. So we've taken a look at the charger and its uses.

  • News: Five technologies that will change the face of IT

    We look at five technologies that look set to become part of every day lives very soon, to find out how they'll change our lives.

  • News: The 16 most wanted fantasy Apple products

    These prototypes from independent designers may never appear on shelves at the Apple Store, but they include lots of innovative ideas

  • News: Android 2.0: The iPhone killer at last?

    Google's Android 2.0 OS is the latest in a series of mobile offerings seeking to derail the iPhone's momentum. Backed by heavyweights Google, Motorola, Acer, and other big-name manufacturers, Android could potentially knock Apple's iPhone down a peg.

  • News: 27% of smartphones under $200

    Smartphone prices are falling as shipment volumes increase, and while in 2007 only 18 percent of smartphones on offer cost under US$200 retail that percentage has grown to 27 percent this year.


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