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  • News: Palm Pre to be O2 UK exclusive?

    In a retread of the situation prior to the Apple iPhone's UK launch, O2 is remaining tight-lipped over reports it has agreed a deal to be exclusive UK distributor of the Palm Pre smartphone.

  • News: HTC to sell Google Android smartphone

    China's first mobile phone based on Google's Android software will go on sale next month in a deal between China Mobile and Taiwan's High Tech Computer (HTC).

  • News: Only 50% of Brits recycle old technology

    Britons are the worst consumers in Europe when it comes to recycling their old gadgets, says Dell.

  • News: Apple iPhone to get direct TV downloads?

    With the next version of Apple's iPhone 3.0 software update set for launch next month, more supposed details are leaking out about what the iPhone and iPod touch software might include.

  • Video: BlackBerry App World - first look

    The beauty of the modern smartphone is the ability to customise it with apps. BlackBery's fast-growing App World has products in all the categories you'd expect

  • Video: Samsung SBH700 - In brief

    We didn't like wearing the Samsung SBH700 headphones. Despite extensive fiddling, we couldn't arrive at a comfortable fit.

  • Video: Nikon D90 - In Brief

    Nikon's top consumer contender, the 12Mp Nikon D90, was the first DSLR to announce its intention to shoot not just photos but 1,280 x 720 pixel, 24fps, 16:9-format video clips too.

  • News: The 7 most popular technology cults

    For many of us gadgets and the tech companies that create them are part of our whole belief system. We've identified the seven most popular tech cults, so which one do you belong to?

  • News: UK company launches Amazon Kindle killer

    Move over, Kindle, a new e-book reader is in town - and it's coming from a newcomer to the consumer electronics universe. UK company Interead is the first beyond heavyweights Amazon and Sony to offer both a hardware reader and a sales pipeline for acquiring ebook content. And while its initial offerings - the Cool-er E-book reader and coolerbooks.com - are a little rough around the edges, together they offer a viable, no-frills alternative to Amazon's Kindle and Sony's Reader.

  • News: Next-generation iPhone specs 'revealed'

    A forum poster on a Chinese Apple website recently published what he claimed to be the specs for Apple's upcoming iPhone model.

  • News: Nintendo Wii is perfect wedding gift

    The Nintendo Wii is among one of the 20 most requested items on wedding lists, says Debenhams.

  • News: The 11 coolest things smartphones can do

    Control five different devices with your Apple iPhone, play internet radio on your RIM BlackBerry... all the cool things your smartphone can do.

  • News: How 10 great products got their names

    They sound right now, but how did our favourite products get their odd names? From iPod and BlackBerry to Twitter and Wikipedia, PC Advisor explains.

  • News: Analysis: How technology is killing the book

    In today's technological society, the way we read literature is changing. And we don't just mean reading a web page instead of your daily paper.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 8 May 2009

    Amazon intros a new Kindle, an Imagine Cup finalist is chosen and robotic mower saves you some work. All that news and more on this week’s World Tech Update.

  • Opinion: Amazon Kindle DX could learn from 'free' laptops

    I'm far too stingy to pay hundreds of pounds for an e-book reader when there's a book shop underneath PC Advisor's office selling titles for £2 each. But as a convenient gadget for reading the paper, the e-book format could be a winner - providing manufacturers get on board with content owners.

  • News: First look: Amazon Kindle DX

    See Amazon's new DX 'e-newspaper reader' in action on PC Advisor TV

  • Video: Amazon Kindle DX takes on the newspaper

    Amazon has unveiled a new version of its Kindle with a bigger screen - something the company hopes will make newspapers and magazine content easier to read

  • News: Amazon Kindle DX offers bigger screen

    Amazon has released a new version of its Kindle e-book reader featuring a larger screen designed to accommodate newspaper and magazine content

  • News: 9 ultraportables and netbooks we can't wait for

    Thinking of buying an ultraportable laptop or a netbook soon? Check out this list of upcoming portables before you open your wallet.



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