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  • News: Wi-Fi global domination by next year

    Global Wi-Fi access point shipments are forecast to exceed 70 million by 2010, of which an overwhelming 90 percent will be generated by the SOHO and consumer markets. 802.11n is expected to overtake shipments of 802.11a/g by 2012.

  • News: iPod menus to speed mobile phone web browsing

    sNorwegian company bMenu has launched a mobile portal called bMenu.mobi, which uses its own technology to pare down the navigation of websites to just an iPod-like hierarchical menu. The goal is to speed up downloads and reduce data downloads, according to the company.

  • News: Apple 'Netbook Touch' to launch later this year

    Rumours that the first Apple netbook could be launched soon have re-emerged after the DigiTimes reported that Taiwan-based Quanta Computer will build the mini laptop.

  • News: Sony X-Series Walkman UK price revealed

    Sony has provided some detailed specifications for its promised and anticipated X-series Walkman that was teased at January's CES but the launch date remains the biggest unanswered question.

  • Hyundai UK to launch mobile phone watch

    Hyundai has announced that it is to launch a mobile phone watch in the UK, as a result of the interest in a prototype device it exhibited at last month's Mobile World Congress trade show.

  • Black & Decker Portable Power laptop charger

    Black & Decker may be best known for its handyman tools and workbenches, but since last year it has also sold Automotive accessories.

  • Macally PowerPal - In Brief

    Charging up your devices abroad can be a real chore, especially if you have an iPhone or iPod as well as all the usual accoutrements

  • News: CeBIT suffers 20% drop in attendees

    Europe's largest IT fair saw an almost 20 percent drop in visitors this year but those that did turn up to the six-day event in Hanover were on average a higher quality of attendee than in the past, organisers said on Sunday.

  • News: PC Advisor's best videos from CeBIT 2009

    Although organisers have yet to give an indication of attendance figures for this year's CeBIT, those who have visited the Hannover trade show have had plenty of gadgets, and even a movie legend, to keep them occupied.

  • News: 10 'offensive' iPhone apps Apple blocked

    Apple has insisted on full control over its iTunes App Store, which offers downloadable software for the iPhone and the iPod Touch. This has irked more than a few app developers, especially when their creations have been rejected for inclusion in the store, for on occasions, silly reasons.

  • Opinion: Why the iPhone can't kill the Kindle

    Some tech analysts are wondering if the free Kindle for iPhone application will cannibalise sales of Amazon's Kindle e-book reader. A BusinessWeek article suggests that Amazon's no-cost app for the iPhone and iPod Touch may give consumers one less reason to buy the pricey Kindle 2:

  • News: Video: Is Justin the world's most advanced robot?

    Meet Justin, the product of some of the best minds in the German space programme. Its mission: to go where no robot has gone before - and make the tea

  • News: Justin, a space-age robot that makes the tea

    Meet Justin, the product of some of the best minds in the German space programme

  • News: Hands-on with Asus' dual-screen laptop

    Asus has demonstrated its prototype computer with two touchscreen displays to PC Advisor TV.

  • News: Acer plans free smartphones for all

    Acer wants to bring the wholesale cost of smartphones down so far that mobile network operators can afford to give them away. It aims to release two such phones by October, said Aymar de Lencquesaing, the head of Acer's Smart Handheld Business Group.

  • News: O2 Joggler gadget will 'transform family life'

    O2 has launched a touchscreen device it claims will transform family life by keeping everyone in the home up to date with appointments, news and traffic updates, without the use of a PC.

  • News: Asus dual-screen laptop can be used as e-book

    Asustek has taken the wraps off a prototype computer that combines two touchscreen displays in the form factor of a book.

  • News: Amazon combines Kindle and iPhone

    Amazon has released a Kindle e-book reader for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch, giving Kindle readers another way of reading e-books

  • News: Blaupunkt car radios stream internet stations over 3G

    Blaupunkt has a new pair of car radios that allow you to dial up any of about internet 16,000 stations from around the world

  • News: Dual-screen laptop has touchscreen keyboard

    Asus plans to demonstrate at CeBIT a dual-screen laptop which replaces the keyboard with an additional touchscreen display, but can also be used as an e-book or a widescreen display


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