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  • News: iPhone more reliable than BlackBerry or Palm

    Apple's iPhone is more reliable than BlackBerry or Palm handsets, says SquareTrade.

  • News: Dell delays iPod killer indefinitely

    Dell has put its plan to launch a digital audio player on hold.

  • News: iPod earphones deactivate pacemakers

    Heart patients wearing pacemakers and implanted defibrillators should avoid putting iPods or other media players in their breast pockets as the magnets in the headphones can deactivate the devices, according to a Medical Device Safety report.

  • Video: New Samsung Omnia phone launches

    Samsung has launched a version of its Windows Mobile-based touchscreen Omnia phone in Korea.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 07 November 2008

    E-voting problems arise in the US presidential election, Google drops Yahoo in advertising deal, Windows 7 appears on file sharing sites, vacuum tubes make a come back, companies cut staffs and Sony shows off art.

  • News: Apple iPhone 3G overtakes RIM's BlackBerry

    Apple's iPhone 3G has surged passed Research In Motion's (RIM's) BlackBerry to become the second best-selling smartphone in the world, according to research firm Canalys' Q3 rankings. Apple also edged out Microsoft in smartphone OSs, the report said.

  • News: Buyers guide: Best smartphone reviews

    Do you need a smartphone that excels at email or one that's optimised for browsing the web or keeping you entertained? We put the iPhone, BlackBerry Curve, HTC Touch Dual and Nokia E71 through their paces

  • News: Apple iPhone 3G satnav killer

    The day of the in-car satnav may be over, with GPS smartphones like the Apple iPhone 3G outsripping their sales.

  • News: Google Android hack opens up T-Mobile G1

    Hackers have circumvented controls in the Google Android operating system used on T-Mobile's G1 mobile phone, allowing them to get around restrictions created by the smartphone's designers

  • News: Nintendo DSi ships 170,000 units at launch

    Sales of Nintendo's DSi, the latest revision of its popular handhand gaming device, totalled 170,779 units during its first two days on sale, according to an estimate from Japan's Enterbrain.

  • News: Microsoft and LG collaborate on smartphones

    Microsoft and LG are working together on research and development (R&D), marketing, applications and services in a bid to compete with the leaders of the mobile phone market.

  • News: Report: Apple to slash iPhone 3G production

    Apple is likely to cut production of its iPhone 3G handset by up to 40 percent during the current quarter, an analyst warned Monday, saying the expected change signals weaker demand for consumer electronics. But the prediction drew criticism from Apple observers, who said the situation isn't so grim.

  • News: Google Android gets first security fix

    Owners of the Google Android-based T-Mobile have begun receiving a software update that fixes a flaw that security researchers found last week.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 31 October 2008

    This week a first look at Windows 7, flat panel displays get paper thin, new netbooks from Toshiba and Dell hit the shelves, Sony's Rolly gets a refresh and Intel invests in China.

  • News: Intel chip would expose Apple iPhone security

    Putting Intel's Moorestown chip package inside a future version of the iPhone would make the smartphone less secure, according to an independent security researcher.

  • News: Google Android: T-Mobile G1 launches in UK

    The T-Mobile G1 - the first mobile phone handset to run Google Android - goes on sale in the UK today.

  • News: Cheap T-Mobile G1 shipping in the US

    T-Mobile's G1 Android phone has had its first price cut, just a week after going on sale in the US.

  • Opinion: Prince Charles humiliated by Japanese robot

    Poor old Prince Charles. He hates modern things such as buildings not built with hewn stone, mutant GM crops and his former missus - preferring organic sausages, Palladian villas and talking to plants. Now he has to suffer the indignity of watching a four-foot-high Japanese robot do a little dance and say ‘Hello" in a high-pitched voice.

  • News: Sony gives Rolly audio player new lease of life

    Sony has given its Rolly digital audio player an overhaul.

  • News: Security scare for T-Mobile G1 'Google phone'

    Researchers at Independent Security Evaluators say they've discovered a security flaw in the Google Android browser that could make users of phones with the browser vulnerable to attack.



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