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  • News: Google lets developers charge for Android apps

    Google has revealed it is giving developers the facility to charge web users to download apps for handsets running its Google Android Platform, such as the T-mobile G1.

  • News: LG puts Intel's Moorestown into new MID

    Intel is expected to announce today that LG Electronics will include its highly anticipated mobile chip in a handheld device designed for internet access.

  • News: Flash Player 10 for smartphones demoed

    Adobe plans to show off progress on its Flash Player 10 for smartphones at the Mobile World Congress today, and deliver a new software development kit that should make reading documents on small screens easier.

  • News: Sony Ericsson shows off 12Mp cameraphone

    Sony Ericsson is working on a touchscreen phone with a 12.1Mp camera it announced on Sunday. The long-rumoured Idou device should get a new name ahead of its June launch.

  • News: 32nm Arm Cortex enables high-def mobile phones

    British chip designer Arm will show its first processor this week created with an advanced 32-nanometre manufacturing process, which should improve battery life and functionality in future smartphones.

  • News: Samsung pushes back Google Android phone

    Samsung has revealed that it will not be announcing a mobile phone that runs on the Google Android platform at next week's Mobile World Congress, despite rumours on the web.

  • News: LG & Samsung to show solar-powered phones

    LG and Samsung have developed prototype handsets that are recharged by solar panels built into the case.

  • News: RIM reports surge in new BlackBerry subscribers

    Research In Motion raised its forecast for new BlackBerry subscribers additions in the current quarter but warned its profit will come in near the bottom of its previous expectations.

  • News: Kindle users slam Kindle 2

    Users of Amazon's original Kindle are registering disapproval that the Kindle 2 doesn't have a slot for an SD card or a removable battery.

  • News: Apple App Store products hit 20,000

    Apple's App Store now offers 20,000 programs according to one website's calculations.

  • News: Obama Trampoline banned from Apple's App Store

    Apple has refused to sell a game for the iPhone in which Barack Obama and other US political figures bounce on a trampoline in its iTunes app store.

  • News: Video: Amazon's new Kindle eBook reader

    Amazon has unveiled an updated version of its Kindle wireless e-reader that boasts a new design, updated display and more storage, among other features

  • Video: New Amazon Kindle is thinner & faster

    Amazon unveiled an updated version of its wireless e-reader that boasts a new design, updated display and more storage among other features.

  • News: Intel plans high-definition portable video players

    Intel researchers are trying to create small, integrated chips that will be able to run high-definition 1080p video on portable devices, though it could take them five to eight years to do so, a senior Intel engineer said on Monday.

  • News: Amazon Kindle 2 officially announced

    Amazon has officially launched its second-generation Kindle e-book reader. The rumour mill hit fever pitch in the past few days, with leaked images and basic details purporting to be the Kindle 2 surfacing.

  • News: Amazon Kindle 2 pictures leaked

    Pictures of the next generation Kindle - Amazon's electronic book reader that is expected to be launched this month - have appeared on the web.

  • News: Samsung Touch Ultra phone set for release

    Samsung has unveiled its latest phone aimed at the full touchscreen end of the market that was ignited by Apple's iPhone.

  • News: Five free BlackBerry Storm apps

    If you think you get what you pay for when it comes to BlackBerry Storm apps, then we can prove you wrong. Check out our list of the five best free apps for BlackBerry's newest smartphone.

  • News: Valentine's Day tech wishlist unveiled

    The snow this week has caused not a bit of havoc, but for many of us the real consternation is that Valentine's Day is just around the corner and with it the pressure to produce the perfectly-judged gift.

  • Dexim BluePack iPod and iPhone charger

    It's been a challenging week for commuting, that's for sure, what with the persistent snow and ice and the lack of public transport. Even if you can squeeze aboard the 7.12 from Gravesend, the chance of arriving at your office on time and unfrazzled are less than ever.



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