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  • News: The 11 coolest things smartphones can do

    Control five different devices with your Apple iPhone, play internet radio on your RIM BlackBerry... all the cool things your smartphone can do.

  • News: How 10 great products got their names

    They sound right now, but how did our favourite products get their odd names? From iPod and BlackBerry to Twitter and Wikipedia, PC Advisor explains.

  • News: Analysis: How technology is killing the book

    In today's technological society, the way we read literature is changing. And we don't just mean reading a web page instead of your daily paper.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 8 May 2009

    Amazon intros a new Kindle, an Imagine Cup finalist is chosen and robotic mower saves you some work. All that news and more on this week’s World Tech Update.

  • News: First look: Amazon Kindle DX

    See Amazon's new DX 'e-newspaper reader' in action on PC Advisor TV

  • Video: Amazon Kindle DX takes on the newspaper

    Amazon has unveiled a new version of its Kindle with a bigger screen - something the company hopes will make newspapers and magazine content easier to read

  • News: Amazon Kindle DX offers bigger screen

    Amazon has released a new version of its Kindle e-book reader featuring a larger screen designed to accommodate newspaper and magazine content

  • News: 9 ultraportables and netbooks we can't wait for

    Thinking of buying an ultraportable laptop or a netbook soon? Check out this list of upcoming portables before you open your wallet.

  • News: Palm 'Mini Pre' smartphone rumours emerge

    Citing "one of our better sources", TechCrunch's Michael Arrington says Palm is preparing a second webOS-based mobile device, which the technology blog has dubbed the "Mini Pre".

  • News: Voice command coming to Windows Mobile 6.5

    Microsoft has high hopes that a new speech-recognition application for the forthcoming Windows Mobile operating system will be attractive enough to draw people to the phone platform.

  • News: Vodafone offers UK iPhone portal

    Vodafone has launched a dedicated portal for Apple's iPhone, sparking speculation that O2's exclusive contract as Apple's official UK partner may be coming to an end.

  • Video: Researchers develop speaker made of paper

    Researchers at Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute have developed a speaker that's made of paper and can be gently bent and rolled.

  • News: 10 things we hate about technology now

    What do we really hate about technology? Here's my current top 10 list.

  • News: The 15 best BlackBerry apps

    We've put together the 15 best apps from RIM's app store BlackBerry App World. These apps will help you have fun and be more productive at the same time.

  • 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.



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