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  • News: Opera Mini comes to Windows Mobile handsets

    Opera has unveiled a version of its mobile browser, Opera Mini that doesn't require Java, for handsets running Windows Mobile 5 and 6.

  • News: Brits own £3,000 worth of gadgets

    The average Brit owns £3,000 worth of gadgets, says Sky HD.

  • News: Orange to offer MeeGo devices by end of the year

    Orange has joined forces with Intel in a bid to offer mobile phones and netbooks based on the Intel Atom processor and running the new MeeGo platform by the end of the year.

  • News: Gov't could block YouTube under Digital Economy Bill

    The government has amended the Digital Economy to give high court judges the power to block any website with a "substansial" amount of copyright infringing content, such as YouTube.

  • News: MSI targets luxury market with gaming laptops

    MSI has unveiled a range of laptops at CeBIT this week, focusing on high-end models aimed at gamers.

  • Video: Mio device to get WiMax & multimedia support

    Mio device to get WiMax and multimedia support, but support for WiMax and other mobile broadband technologies is only optional

  • News: Bluetooth 4.0 PCs and phones coming in Q4

    The Bluetooth 4.0 wireless specification could start to appear in devices such as headsets, smartphones and PCs by the fourth quarter, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group said on Wednesday.

  • News: SafeNet secures data in the cloud

    Encryption vendor SafeNet is now offering technologies that help enterprises securely store and access information held in third-party data centers.

  • News: Opera sees three-fold increase in downloads

    Opera Software said that it has seen a three-fold increase in downloads of its browser since Microsoft started pushing a ballot screen to Windows users

  • News: Google Android laptop backed by China

    A Chinese company is tweaking Google’s Android operating system to run on a laptop using homegrown Chinese microprocessors, which are backed by the government.

  • News: Google supports HTC in Apple lawsuit

    Google has defended HTC, which manufacturers the search-engine's branded 'superphone - the Nexus One - after Apple accused the handset manufacturer of infringing 20 of its patents.

  • News: Skype and Nokia unveil app for Symbian phones

    VoIP service Skype has unveiled an app for Nokia mobile phones running the Symbian platform that allows users to make free calls to other Skype users from their handsets.

  • News: Samsung unveils energy-saving line

    Samsung's components arm is talking energy savings at the CeBIT show, pushing the green angle hard with a line-up of reduced-consumption storage, memory and monitors.

  • News: G Data launches 2011 security products

    G Data is presenting its next-generation 2011 consumer security software here at the CeBIT tradeshow in Hanover,Germany. G Data is launching G Data AntiVirus 2011, G Data InternetSecurity 2011, G Data InternetSecurity 2011 for Netbooks, G Data TotalCare 2011 and G Data NotebookSecurity 2011.

  • News: Intel PC has 48-core processor

    Intel is demonstrating a PC with a 48-core processor here at the CeBIT tradesow, Hanover. The system is described as a single-chip cloud computer by Intel, which is showing off the 48-core chip as a proof of concept: it won't be available to buy any time soon, and it doesn't yet even run Windows, although in time it could run up to 48 different operating systems.

  • News: HTC defends itself in Apple lawsuit

    HTC has defended itself against Apple's accusations that it infringed 20 of its patents, saying it develops its own technology.

  • News: Security firms help shut down Mariposa botnet

    The cybercriminals behind the Mariposa botnet, which attacked 13 million computers worldwide, stealing sensitive personal data such as social networking logins and credit card details, have been arrested, says Panda Security and Defence Intelligence.

  • News: QNAP unveils TS-459U-RP NAS device

    QNAP spokesperson Ted Tang talked PC Advisor through the company's updated line of Turbo NAS storage products at CeBIT today, including the four-bay TS-459U-RP, due to launch in the UK in around two weeks.

  • News: Foxit hunts Adobe with cut-price Acrobat killer

    US software vendor Foxit is showing software here at CeBIT that radically cuts the cost of producing and editing PDFs. Foxit Phantom retails at $129 (around £86) and is,according to Foxit's Olivier de Saint Leger, "the complete PDF solution".

  • Video: Google tries to convince Germany that Street View isn't evil

    Google is at Cebit for the first time and it's trying to sell an idea to a skeptikal German public: that its Street View service isn't something to be feared.



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