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  • Kingston Data Traveler 150 32GB USB flash drive

    Kingston has launched a 32GB USB flash memory drive - the Kingston DataTraveler 150 is the memory maker's largest-capacity drive to date.

  • HannsG HG192D 19in widescreen monitor

    Hanns-G has launched a 19in widescreen monitor that costs just £100. The Hanns-G HG192D is exclusively available through Misco.

  • News: AMD to cut costs and spin-off manufacturing

    AMD is preparing a to spin-off its manufacturing operations to a joint venture in an attempt to cut costs, according to an online report from The Wall Street Journal.

  • PLDS iHES206 internal Blu-ray drive

    PLDS - the alliance of Philips and Lite-On Digital Solutions - has launched a 6x internal Blu-ray drive. The PLDS iHES206 can also be used to record to standard CD and DVD discs.

  • News: Video: Sony OLED TV is less than 1mm thick

    Sony has unveiled a prototype OLED TV that's less than a millimeter thin - that's one third the thickness of its current OLED television and a tenth that of its thinnest LCD (liquid crystal display) set.

  • News: New Sony Reader includes touchscreen

    Sony is adding a second electronic book (e-book) reader to its range in the US that comes with upgraded hardware and will go on sale in November.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 3 October 2008

    Recharge your laptop in 10 minutes, a unicycling robot and a mobile phone that splits in two. All that news and more on this week's World Tech Update.

  • News: Nokia launches iPhone killer touchscreen phone

    Finnish smartphone maker Nokia has launched its first touchscreen phone, with the Nokia 5800 Xpress Music taking on Apple's iPhone on features and price.

  • Video: Nintendo's update to the DS Lite: the DS-i

    In Tokyo on Thursday Nintendo announced the DS-i, an update to its DS Lite handheld. The slimmer DS-i has two digital cameras.

  • News: Western Digital to buy Fujitsu's HDD business

    Fujitsu is in talks to sell its hard-disk drive business to Western Digital, according to a report in the Thursday morning edition of the Nikkei business daily.

  • Video: NTT CoCoMo shows off separate phone

    A glimpse into the future of mobile phones is on offer at this week's Ceatec show in Tokyo. Here's the separate phone, a working concept model from NTT DoCoMo that splits in two.

  • News: IronKey wipes data from stolen USB drives

    IronKey has launched a web-based security service that will allow IT administrators to wipe or local lost or stolen USB drives.

  • Video: CEATEC: Toshiba shows fast-charging battery

    Toshiba's Super Charge Ion Battery, which is just entering commercial production, can be charged to 90 percent of its capacity in just 10 minutes so the long wait when recharging a dead gadget could be eliminated. And that's not the only feature of the battery.

  • Antec Notebook Cooler 200

    Computer fan maker Antec has launched a cooling device specifically for users of high-performance laptops. The £48 Antec Notebook Cooler 200 can be used with any notebook computer that has a fan built into its underside.

  • PlanOn Printstik PS910 portable Bluetooth printer

    PlanOn has launched the Printstik PS910, a £199 portable Bluetooth and USB printer.

  • Corsair 64GB Flash Voyager USB drive

    Corsair is upping the ante in the flash memory stick stakes with the launch of a 64GB Flash Voyager drive. The 64GB flash memory drive comes with a 10-year guarantee and costs $249.

  • News: 'Semantic guardian' could spell end of chip bugs

    Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed technology that can fence off microprocessor bugs and keep them from seizing up a PC.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 26 September 2008

    Your regular weekly update of the biggest technology news stories. In this week’s show: T-Mobile introduces the first Android phone, a prototype bus steers without a driver, WiMAX sets to launch and gadgets are on display in New York.

  • Toshiba 400GB external hard drive

    Toshiba has launched a £70 "palm-sized" external hard drive it hopes will catch the imagination of Christmas shoppers. The 400GB portable hard drive can hold around 114,000 digital photos or 177 hours of DVD quality video and has a USB 2.0 interface.

  • Video: Drobo Plus Droboshare - In Brief

    The Drobo Plus Droboshare is like the Mac of NAS devices - very easy to use, as long as you follow its way of working.

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