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  • Symantec Norton Smartphone Security software

    Symantec is launching a security program specifically designed for mobile phones. Norton Smartphone Security costs £20.

  • Canon Digital Ixus 85 IS, 90 IS and 970 IS digital cameras

    Canon is expanding its Digital Ixus range of compact cameras with three new 10Mp models. The 10Mp Canon Digital Ixus 85 IS replaces the 70 IS - the best selling digital camera of last year.

  • Onkyo CBX-300 CD player with iPod dock

    Audio company Onkyo is launching a £229 CD player that has its own iPod dock. The Onkyo CBX-300 is designed to be a modern-day hi-fi, swapping the cassette deck of yore with a dock for a digital audio player.

  • O2 XDA Atmos Windows Mobile 6.0 smartphone

    02 has launched a Windows Mobile 6.0 smartphone it is calling the XDA Atmos. It has a slide-out Qwerty keyboard and comes armed to the teeth with connectivity options. These include 3G, GPRS, Wi-Fi, HSDPA, Edge and is a quad-band GSM handset.

  • Symantec Norton 360 version 2.0 security software

    Symantec has updated its Norton 360 all-in-one security suite. Available from April, version 2.0 costs £59 including VAT for a one-year three-user licence. Symantec Norton 360 2.0 review - click here.

  • Samsung GX-20 digital SLR

    Samsung is set to launch a mid-range digital SLR camera. The Samsung GX-20 digital SLR (single reflex lens) camera has a 14.6Mp CMOS image sensor and a 24mm ultra-wide angle lens.

  • Belkin RockStar MP3 player accessory

    Belkin RockStar is an odd sort of product, but is the sort of audio accessory that could work well between friends. The £9 device offers a way of sharing music by connecting two or more sets of earphones to the same MP3 player.

  • CeBIT: Thermaltake's overclocked gaming PC

    Thermaltake is one of those companies that has a perfect name: its products take heat away from your PC's innards. The complicated bits. And now Thermaltake is keen to produce its own PCs (and take the heat away from them, too).

  • Samsung Adidas miCoach 'healthy' handset

    Samsung and Adidas have teamed up [sorry] to create the miCoach - a mobile phone that helps you tone up more than your facial muscles. The miCoach mobile phone is available now in the UK.

  • CeBIT: Qcharger laptop battery charger

    Among the bombast, the tat and the endless supply of USB memory sticks (why always with the USB memory sticks?) it is possible at CeBIT to find useful new products.

  • All that glitters... is a MacBook Air

    If you fancy an unusual MacBook Air that stands out from the crowd, why not invest in a bling-tastic version that has been customised with 12,000 Swarovski Elements crystals? For extra opulence, the crystals have been coated from underneath with 24-carat gold so they reflect a true gold colour.

  • Samsung unveils worlds smallest colour laser printers

    Samsung Electronics yesterday here at CeBIT launched what it claims are the world's 'smallest and quietest colour printer and multifunction printers (MFP)'.

  • TomTom GO 930T satnav device

    TomTom is launching a replacement to its GO 920T satnav device. The TomTom GO 930T will launch at the end of April. It will be a 4.3in touch-sensitive widescreen device.

  • Getac E100 ruggedised tablet PC

    Getac is launching another toughened up laptop, hot on the heels of the Getac B300 rugged laptop announced a few days ago. The Getac E100 is a slightly different beast, however.

  • Panasonic £349 DMP-BD30 Blu-ray player

    Panasonic’s DMP-BD30 Blu-ray player looks like its will finally makes its UK debut.

  • Freeloader 8.0 iPhone and iPod touch solar charger

    Solar Technology is hoping for a decent summer. It has updated its solar-powered Freeloader gadget recharger, adding the ability to power up both the iPhone and the iPod touch.

  • Brando Music Alarm Clock MP3 Player

    Brando is launching an MP3 player alarm clock that costs just £24.

  • AVG Internet Security 8.0 software

    AVG has announced a new version of its Internet Security Suite. AVG Internet Security 8.0 costs £39 for both the home user and business editions for a single user licence.

  • Getac B300 fully rugged laptop

    Getac describes its latest ‘fully rugged' laptop as “hard as nails”. The Getac B300 has a 13.3in screen, is encased in magnesium-alloy and has a shock-mounted hard disk drive so it can withstand rough and tumble.

  • PLDS Lite-On DX-4O1S

    With the demise of the HD-DVD format now a done deal, PLDS (Philips and Lite-On Digital Solutions) says it’s ready to begin selling its DX-401S external Blu-ray hard drive. Pricing has yet to be determined.

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