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  • News: Audience plummets at Ceatec tech tradeshow

    The number of visitors to Ceatec, Japan's largest consumer electronics exhibition, fell by roughly a quarter compared to last year, organisers said on Sunday.

  • News: LG develops solar panel for Sony e-book reader

    South Korea's LG Display has developed a solar panel for an e-book reader and plans to commercialise it around 2012.

  • News: HD micro projectors set for phones and laptops

    Japan's QD Laser has developed a compact green laser that could energize the market for high-definition micro-projectors.

  • News: Qualcomm unveils a handheld TV

    At this week's CTIA show in San Diego, Qualcomm's FLO TV division introduced the FLO TV Personal Television, a dedicated device that uses a service that's already available on some phones.

  • News: Pictures: The 10 strangest, low-tech hacks

    Haven't got the money to get your favourite gadgets repaired by a professional? Then why not consider fixing it yourself. Here's why not... We've rounded 10 of the strangest, most low-tech repairs we've ever seen.

  • News: World Technology Update - 09 October 2009

    In this week’s show Toshiba announces its Cell Regza TV, Nissan shows off prototype car collision prevention technology, Kohjinsha displays a dual screen laptop, Yamaha develops a speaker made of cloth, NTT DoCoMo lets you pitch an email, Alps Electric sends data through your body and Fujitsu analyzes your golf swing.

  • News: Samsung unveils dual function Blu-ray drive

    Samsung has unveiled its first dual-function internal Blu-ray disc player that reads Blu-ray discs and reads and writes to CD and DVD format discs.

  • News: Ballmer: PC is ultimate e-book reader

    Microsoft has dismissed rumours that it's planning to launch an e-book reader to take on Amazon's Kindle.

  • Keybag

    Ever wondered what happens to a computer keyboard when it's superseded by a slimmer, sleeker new one?

  • News: 3D joystick for mobile phones on show

    Japanese telecommunications company KDDI showed a low-cost, 3D joystick for mobile phones at the Ceatec exhibition on Wednesday.

  • News: 3D joystick for mobile phones on show

    Japanese telecommunications company KDDI showed a low-cost, 3D joystick for mobile phones at Ceatec on Wednesday.

  • News: CEATEC: Body transfer system

    On display at Ceatec, Japan’s gadget and IT trade fair, Alps Electric presented an electric field communication module capable of wirelessly transferring data through a person’s body.

  • News: Palm to open developer doors to webOS

    Smartphone maker Palm plans to open a full-scale developer program to encourage third-party applications for its webOS platform by the end of the year and has just begun a trial run of its App Catalog store.

  • News: Amazon Kindle launching worldwide

    Amazon plans to start selling its Kindle reader in over 100 countries and territories on October 19

  • TomTom Start satnav

    TomTom has unveiled Start - an entry-level satnav designed for occasional drivers or those who haven't used a satnav device before.

  • News: Fuel cell phone on show in Japan

    The latest prototype cell phone based on a direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) made its debut on Tuesday at the Ceatec show in Japan.

  • News: Docomo shows wooden mobile phones

    NTT DoCoMo is experimenting with using compressed wooden cases for cell phones.

  • News: Amazon forks out $150,000 in 1984 lawsuit

    Amazon has agreed to fork out $150,000 settlement after two US students took legal action when electronic copies of George Orwell's novel, 1984 were deleted from their Kindle devices in mid-July.

  • News: The 11 best mobile gadgets in the making

    We searched the development labs and drawing boards of Silicon Valley and beyond to give you a look at some of the most promising ideas in mobile computing.

  • News: Sony develops single-lens 3D camera

    Sony has developed a movie camera capable of shooting 3D images with a single lens and plans to unveil it at next week's Ceatec show in Tokyo.

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