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  • News: New Nokia phone has mobile-payment SIM card

    The new Nokia 6216 classic handset, announced Thursday, incorporates support for NFC (Near Field Communication) technology on the SIM card, paving the way for operators to more easily deploy mobile-payment systems.

  • News: The 10 best Wi-Fi gadgets

    We've rounded up what we think are the 10 best Wi-Fi gadgets currently available. Add these devices to your network for a new world of wireless productivity and entertainment.

  • Video: Control a PC with a clap

    New research on display at the Computer Human Interface conference can tell the difference between sounds….be sure to listen closely to the computer response from the two claps coming up.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 17 April 2009

    New York Auto Show shows off car technology, Sun launches new servers, Sanyo unveils a laser projector, Sony intros a new Walkman and Honda demos two motion assistance devices

  • Video: Students develop low-cost, open-source eye tracking system

    Eye tracking software that allows a person to control a cursor with eye movements is typically an expensive package of hardware and software, but students from the IT University of Copenhagen have developed a low-cost, open source option.

  • News: Sanyo short-throw projector shows 100in HD image

    Sanyo has unveiled a short-throw laser projector that can display a 100in high-definition image it claims is brighter and has more vivid colours than anything else on the market.

  • Video: Sony unveils high-end Walkman players

    Sony is launching a new model at the top of its Walkman family with a crisp 3in OLED touchscreen, the NW-X1000.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 14 April 2009

    IBM and Sun merger talks break down, Nintendo’s DSi goes on sale around the world, and Nanotouch solves the fat finger problem. All that news and more on this week’s World Tech Update.

  • News: The 10 best Bluetooth gadgets

    These days, almost every conceivable gadget comes with Bluetooth - from your laptop to your mobile phone. Named after 10th-century King Harald Bluetooth, who was temporarily able to unite several warring Scandinavian tribes, Bluetooth is a protocol for short-range wireless communications.

  • News: Europe sets rules for 'green' power adaptors

    External power supplies that deliver electricity to many of today's gadgets aren't just ugly, they're wasting energy - but, in Europe at least, that will change when new regulations come into force in April of next year, potentially cutting electricity bills.

  • News: Sky+ app for iPhone launches

    Sky has launched an app for Apple's iPhone that allows handset owners to browse an electronic programme guide (EPG) and choose TV shows to record on their Sky+ box at home.

  • Video: Nintendo's DSi launches worldwide

    Five months after it first went on sale in Japan Nintendo's DSi has hit international markets.

  • Video: Nanotouch technology shrinks touchscreen displays

    Touch screens offer many benefits from ease of use to easy customization, but the screens of touch devices can only get so small before your finger starts blocking most of the screen.

  • News: BlackBerry Storm 2 coming in September?

    RIM looks set to launch a new version of the BlackBerry Storm handset.

  • News: iPhone & iPod to get 3.2Mp camera upgrade

    The next generation Apple iPhone and iPod will benefit from the addition of a 3.2-megapixel camera, according to a report from DigiTimes.

  • News: T-Mobile plans Google Android tablet PC

    T-Mobile plans to launch two new devices running on the Google Android platform early next year. The company looks set to introduce a home phone and a tablet computer, both powered by Google's mobile operating system.

  • News: Asus Eee PC Videophone hits UK

    Asus has extended its expanding 'Eee' brand to videophones, putting on sale in the UK a standalone device that lets Skype users videoconference without the need for a PC or webcam.

  • News: Google builds iPhone control for blind

    Google engineers have come up with a way to help visually impaired people control touchscreen-based handhelds such as Apple's iPhone.

  • News: Sony Reader vs Amazon's Kindle

    Amazon may have snatched the majority of the attention when it comes to eBook readers, after the company launched the upgraded second version of its Kindle in February this year.

  • Video: RIM opens App World for BlackBerry

    This week at CTIA in Las Vegas Research in Motion opened App World an on-device application store for Blackberries



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