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  • News: HTC launches HTC Touch HD smartphone

    HTC and Taiwan Mobile launched the Touch HD smartphone in Taipei today. Reports say that we should see the HTC Touch HD in the UK shortly.

  • News: Intel & Micron offer 34nm NAND flash chips

    Intel and Micron joint venture IM Flash Technologies has started mass producing NAND flash memory chips using tiny 34-nanometre technology, the companies said Monday.

  • News: Samsung unveils folding mobile phone

    Samsung has developed a mobile phone that features a fold-out organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display.

  • News: iPhone users given access to Google Street View

    Apple has released a new version of its iPhone software that has patched 12 flaws on the smartphone and also offers users the chance to access Google's Street View.

  • News: Apple accused of iPhone 3G speed 'fraud'

    Apple and US network partner AT&T have been hit with a lawsuit which accuses the companies of misleading consumers over the iPhone's 3G speeds.

  • News: Six great free apps for the iPhone

    Want to make your iPhone even better than it already is? Then check out these six free apps from the iTunes app store. They include mobile news and sports aggregators to voice over IP (VoIP) calling app and even an internet radio service.

  • Video: Video: Vodafone BlackBerry Storm 9500 review

    There's been widespread anticipation for RIM's new touchscreen BlackBerry mobile phone, the Storm. Indeed, PC Advisor's own review of the BlackBerry Storm 9500 is mostly positive. Unfortunately, while the features that make RIM's BlackBerrys great mostly are present, the Storm's touchscreen is "a failed experiment," according to PCWorld.com Senior Editor Denny Arar, who put the Storm through its paces.

  • Video: World Technology Update: November 21 2008

    Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang steps down, Adobe shows off its new Flash platform, TVs fail the recycling test, robots take over California, Nintendo leads in the game console war, Intel launches a new processor and new auto tech is on display in New York.

  • Thrustmaster Ferrari F430 Force Feedback racing wheel

    The title says it all really: you can pretend you're Schumacher or Massa and charge around the race track in your super-speedy racing car and add to the vroom, vroom experience with this Ferrari-branded gaming wheel.

  • News: Folding screen adds flexibility to smartphones

    A Taiwanese research institute has revealed a folding display on a smartphone that allowed its screen to double in size to 5in.

  • Video: CES 2009 preview

    The consumer electronics association held its annual CES press preview in New York City and analysts were on hand to talk about trends, what we’ll see at the January mega show in Las Vegas and how the economy is affecting the industry.

  • News: 3G digital cameras planned by mobile group

    3G technology - used in mobile broadband dongles for laptops - could find its way into digital cameras, cars and other devices that could link to mobile phones.

  • News: Revamped Microsoft Zune subs announced

    Microsoft has changed the terms of its Zune Pass subscription service, allowing subscribers to keep some tracks each month as part of their permanent collections.

  • sWAP watch

    One of the best presents I got when I was growing up was a digital pen - a solid and sturdy ballpoint with a recessed area near its top that housed a digital watch.

  • News: SGN iGolf turns iPhone into Wii-mote

    A new gaming network is letting iPhone owners use their handset as a Wii-like controller during gaming.

  • News: iPod, BlackBerry, Twitter: how 10 iconic products got their names

    The makers of the BlackBerry, the iPod, Firefox and Twitter all displayed certain amounts of marketing savvy and fun-loving spirit in settling on their products' names. Here are the intriguing and sometimes surprising accounts of their creation

  • News: Wii Fit, Apple iPhone, netbooks biggest Christmas gadgets

    Nintendo's wildly popular Wii Fit game is currently the most searched-for product by UK Internet shoppers in the run-up to Christmas. The Wii console is at number two, followed by the Apple iPhone.

  • News: iPod Nano and Classic get software update

    Apple has released software updates for the 4th generation iPod nano and the 120GB iPod Classic.

  • Sony DPF-D80 and DPF-D100 digital photo frames

    Sony has launched two new digital photo frames. The Sony DPF-D80 and DPF-D100 are 8in and 10.4in displays.

  • News: Facebook mobile has 15 million users

    Social networkers accessing Facebook from their mobile have tripled since the start of 2008.



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