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  • News: Customers complain about 'shoddy' Palm Pre

    Although customer forums are reporting complaints about shoddy hardware in the recently released Palm Pre, analysts this week said that considering the Pre is a first-generation device the problems are difficult to put into perspective. The device still has promise for its new WebOS, they conclude.

  • News: Apple admits iPhone 3GS heat problems

    Apple has posted a special iPhone 3GS and 3G temperature warning on its official support pages.

  • News: Archos 9 tablet PC runs Windows 7

    Archos has announced that its Windows touchscreen tablet PC - the Archos 9 - will hit the UK this autumn for £450.

  • Video: 30 years of the Sony Walkman

    Thirty years ago this week a revolution began in the audio market. With Sony's launch of the TPS-L2 Walkman in Japan on July 1

  • Video: Europe moves to develop standard mobile phone chargers

    Ten mobile phone manufacturers have committed to provide compatible charges on the basis of the micro USB connector

  • News: HTC Hero available for pre-order

    The new HTC Hero smartphone is now available for pre-order on Amazon UK.

  • News: Dell MID to take on iPod touch

    Dell is developing a handheld mobile device designed for internet access, according to a news report published in the Wall Street Journal.

  • News: iPhone 3GS shortages in the US

    Apple's US retail stores reported shortages of some models of the new iPhone 3GS on Sunday, according to the company's own inventory tracking tool.

  • News: 10 unsung heros of technology

    Without heroes such as Tim Berners-Lee, Vint Cerf and Bob Metcalfe we would be able to connect to and surf the web. However, for every well-know 'father' of technology, there are plenty of unsung heroes that have played just as an important role in out technological lives but yet remain relatively unknown.

  • News: Apple pulls porn app from App Store

    Apple changed its mind about allowing applications with explicit content in the iPhone App Store. After approving the first app featuring photos of nude women, Apple has now removed 'Hottest Girls' from the App Store.

  • Video: iPhone 3GS stress test

    PC Advisor's US-based sister title, PC World magazine, puts the new iPhone 3GS through its paces, including real world scenarios.

  • News: Plug Computer hits Europe

    A tiny computer that resembles a three-pin plug has been launched in the UK and could soon be available in some form from the likes of Buffalo, Seagate, Lacie and D-Link.

  • News: Google Adsense targets iPhone users

    Apple iPhone and Google Android users may increasingly see adverts appear in their phone applications, now that Google is expanding its advertising programme for mobile applications.

  • Video: HTC Hero is newest Google Android phone

    HTC is introducing a completely revamped user interface on its latest smartphone running Google's Android software, the HTC Hero.

  • News: HTC Hero is latest Google Android phone

    HTC has launched a new Google Android-based smartphone called the HTC Hero, featuring a revamped user interface the company has been working on for three years.

  • News: Apple iPhone 3G S or 3GS?

    Apple appears to have renamed the latest model of the iPhone.

  • News: iPhone 3GS users to bombard YouTube

    Owners of Apple's new iPhone 3GS could make use of the handset's new video functionalityby bombarding YouTube with clips, according to one analyst.

  • News: iPhone 3G S makes faster start than iPhone 3G

    O2 said on Friday that it sold more iPhone 3G S handsets on launch day than it did on the day the iPhone 3G was released in the UK.

  • News: O2 to hobble free iPhone internet tethering

    O2 says it will disconnect iPhone owners who use the new internet tethering feature in the iPhone 3.0 update without signing up for its Bolt On service.

  • News: The 5 best and 5 worst BlackBerry apps

    When it comes to mobile phone app stores, Apple led the way but now other phone manufacturers following suit, including Blackberry. Rim's BlackBerry AppWorld, lets you buy and download any of a few hundred applications without connecting to a PC or creating a special account (it relies heavily on PayPal). What's worth getting - and what's not? Here's a collection of five cool BlackBerry apps and five useless ones.



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