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  • Feature: Galaxy Note 3 release date, price and specs

    The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has been announced at IFA 2013 and replace the Galaxy Note 2. Here we outline the Galaxy Note 3's UK release date, price and specification.

  • News: Sony, Panasonic show consumer 4K camcorders

    Sony is set to become the first company to offer a consumer-grade camcorder that shoots at four times the detail of today's best high-definition images.

  • News: IFA security stops man accused of stealing from trade show

    With millions of dollars of gadgets on display, the temptation to steal from some of the world's largest electronics trade show can prove too strong for some.

  • News: 3Doodler gadget makes handheld 3D modeling possible

    The 3Doodler, a sort of handheld 3D modeler, made its public debut at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin this week after racking up thousands of preorders as part of a Kickstarter program.

  • News: TVs and smartphones steal the spotlight at IFA

    This year's IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin offered smartphones, tablets, 4K TVs, a much-anticipated smartwatch and new spins on the camera.

  • News: Belkin announces its first Linksys router, the EA6900

    Belkin announced the Linksys EA6900 Wi-Fi router Thursday at the IFA conference in Berlin. It's the first Linksys-branded product to come out of Belkin since the company bought the Linksys business unit from Cisco last March.

  • News: What time is it? It's smartwatch time!

    Having helped drive watches from the wrists of smartphone users around the world, the smartphone industry is now seemingly bent on bringing them back – on its own terms, of course. This week's debut of smartwatches from Samsung and Qualcomm – coupled with the widely rumored release of one from That Other Smartphone Maker – signal that the turning point for wearable technology is upon us.

  • News: Philips shows wireless cooker, coffee maker concepts

    The connected fridge was for a long time seen as a joke, but companies like Philips are, with the help of smartphones and tablets, looking to resurrect the concept of connected kitchen appliances in various ways.

  • News: Toshiba intros new Satellites

    Toshiba took the wraps off a new Windows 8.1 tablet and two new Windows laptops at IFA Berlin today. Toshiba is tapping two CPUs from Intel's all-new Bay Trail family--the Celeron N2810 and an unspecified Atom processor--as well as a low-cost chip from AMD's new Temash family of APUs.

  • News: Asus demos two new Zenbooks, three Transformers, laptop

    Asus continues to break new ground in computer form factors, announcing a number of new PC products at the IFA show in Berlin today. The company demonstrated two new additions to its Windows Transformer line of convertible tablets, two glass-enveloped Ultrabooks, and what must be an extremely inexpensive ultraportable laptop. Asus also showed off a new Android-powered Transformer with a 2560-by-1600-pixel display.

  • News: Samsung goes even bigger with Galaxy Note 3

    Samsung continues its tradition of testing the public's appetite for supersized mobile displays with the new Galaxy Note 3.

  • News: Smartwatch parade keeps on ticking with Qualcomm's Toq

    Qualcomm on Wednesday announced the Qualcomm Toq, a smartwatch slated for a fourth quarter release to provide a focal point for the technologies and services under development at the company.

  • News: Spec standoff: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Sony Xperia Z Ultra

    When smartphone leader Samsung Electronics introduced the original Galaxy Note, it didn't have much competition, but since then interest for smartphones with 5.5-inch screens -- and larger -- has grown, so the new Note 3 faces plenty of competitors, including the Xperia Z Ultra from Sony.

  • Opinion: Hands-on with Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch

    Samsung's smartwatch sounds amazing and looks amazing--on paper. In the flesh, the Galaxy Gear is a seriously limited gadget that's tethered to a phone and/or tablet that no one owns yet. So much for innovation.

  • News: Samsung announces the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet

    Just as there are a million stars in the Galaxy, Samsung has a vast array of tablet models to choose from. If you're in the market for a Samsung tablet, it's not the easiest decision to make, but at least the company now has one standout gem to offer.

  • News: Samsung jumps on smartwatch bandwagon with Galaxy Gear

    Samsung officially announced its Galaxy Gear smartwatch Wednesday, revealing a slick slab of wearable computing that will initially only work with the company's just-announced Galaxy Note 3 smartphone and Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, 2014 edition.

  • News: Samsung announces another huge phone with Galaxy Note 3

    Congratulations are in order for Samsung: The world's most prolific smartphone manufacturer has managed to add yet another gargantuan device to its ever-increasing Galaxy lineup. The Note 3 phone-tablet hybrid naturally follows the Note II, adding a faster quad-core processor, bigger, battery, higher-res display, and 4K video recording capabilities.

  • News: Sony banks on premium parts, funky names with Xperia Z1

    With the Xperia Z1, Sony hopes that a high-quality camera and other premium components will help its flagship phone stand out from the pack.

  • News: Samsung's smartwatch a limited, 'overpriced toy'

    Early reaction to Samsung's new Galaxy Gear smartwatch, announced Wednesday in Berlin, was decidedly downbeat if not downright negative.

  • News: Asus announces new Fonepad and Memo Pad tablets

    Asustek on Wednesday announced new tablets with different screen sizes, adding new 6-inch and 7-inch models to its Fonepad lineup and also two new 8- and 10-inch Memo Pad tablets.

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