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  • News: Searches for ebooks up by 100%

    Electronic books (ebooks) are becoming more and more popular with Brits, says Hitwise.

  • News: Zumbafone: World's first backup replacement mobile

    You may not have heard of the Zumbafone before, but its makers are confident it could revolutionise the way you communicate. Of course, they won't tell you much more - because the Zumbafone is currently considered top-secret, even though it could be available in the UK by the end of the year

  • Video: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T77 - In brief

    A pricey compact camera, the 10.1Mp Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T77 is a slip of a thing. It has a slide down metal front cover that conceals its lens and flash.

  • News: Microsoft dock to connect phone, printer & TV

    Microsoft has patented smartphone-docking technology that would allow the devices to connect to peripherals and networks similar to the way PCs do.

  • News: Bluetooth 3.0 smartphones to arrive in 2010

    Mobile user interfaces and a new version of Bluetooth top Gartner Research's list of mobile technologies to watch in 2009 and 2010.

  • Video: Seeing machine helps those with vision impairments

    MIT’s Center for Advanced Visual Studies and her colleagues have designed a portable device that allows people with visual impairments to access the internet, view photographs, or just see the face of a friend.

  • Video: World Technology Update: January 30 2009

    The European Commission considers hearing impairment risks caused by personal music players, Obama gets to keep his BlackBerry, the Pope gets a YouTube channel and Toshiba shows off gesture-controlled TVs

  • News: Sony and Sharp LCD venture delayed

    Sony and Sharp have put a joint venture to produce an LCD screen together on hold.

  • News: New Amazon Kindle expected next month

    Amazon may be launching a new version of the Kindle - its electronic book reader next month.

  • News: First Acer smartphone launching in February

    Acer is to launch its first smartphones at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month.

  • SAS Pen Cam

    The latest James Bond movie may have been a bit of a disappointment, but we never fail to get excited when we hear tell of a new spy-related gadget. Bang on cue, Boysstuff got in touch to let us know about the new SAS Pen Cam that they'll be selling from next month.

  • Video: BlackBerry Storm video review

    The BlackBerry Storm is the first handset RIM has worked with a network operator to produce, and features an intuitive touchscreen which provides feedback when you select a command

  • News: EC experts discuss iPod hearing-loss fears

    The European Commission (EC) convened a panel of experts in Brussels yesterday to consider the risks to hearing caused by listening to music players such as iPods at a high volume.

  • News: Zune decline heads to zero market share

    According to Microsoft's latest 10-Q financial report, "Zune platform revenue decreased $100 million or 54 percent reflecting a decrease in device sales."

  • News: Which smartphone platform should you choose

    As smartphones evolve into tiny handheld PCs, there's plenty of choice of mobile phone platform. But if you're thinking about developing an app, which one should you choose? We've got a developer's opinion on each of the mobile phone platforms available.

  • News: The 10 best Apple Macs of all time

    While Apple may be known for its small-enough-to-fit in your pocket devices now, it wasn't always like that. As the company celebrates its 25th anniversary, we look back at its products and pick the 10 best Macs of all-time.

  • News: Apple may sue over Palm Pre design

    Apple may be considering suing Palm for ripping-off the iPhone design, if recent comments by Apple's chief operating officer are anything to go by.

  • News: Obama keeps his beloved BlackBerry

    New US president Barack Obama has been allowed to keep his BlackBerry smartphone - and so is the first US president to have access to email in the White House.

  • News: Bruised Nokia targets iPhone market

    Posting a decline in Q4 sales and net profit, Nokia is pinning its hopes on the smartphone market.

  • News: New Sony mobile products in the pipeline

    Sony CEO Howard Stringer hinted on Thursday that the company has a number of new mobile devices in the pipeline.

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