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  • News: Nokia N97 available for pre-order

    Three retailers have announced users can now pre-order the Nokia N97 mobile phone and should receive the handset sometime in March.

  • Video: World Technology Update: January 19 2009

    This week our show comes from CES again with Palm unveiling a new phone, Sony showing off futuristic glasses and Samsung thinning down their TVs and Blu-ray players. All that news and more on this week’s World Tech Update.

  • News: The 15 best products of 2009

    The Consumer Electronics Show, which took place in Las Vegas recently, saw top technology companies displaying the gadgets they'll launch later in the year. We've rounded up the best 15 gadgets from the show that you'll be aching to get your hands on.

  • News: 14 great ways technology can help you get fit

    From gadgets that encourage you to exercise and track your progress, to websites that motivate you, technology offers a number of ways to help you get fit. We've rounded up our pick.

  • News: Three tech lessons we can learn from 2008

    As 2009 gets into its stride, its time to reflect on the lessons we learned in 2008. We've looked at the year in technology in 2008 to reveale just what valuable morsels of information we should take away from the year. Read on to find out.

  • News: SanDisk & LG lock MicroSD content to one device

    SanDisk has joined forces with LG Electronics to develop a MicroSD card that can loaded with content and then locked for use with just one device.

  • News: Stolen Sony Ericsson smartphones worth $90k

    A number of stolen prototypes of Sony Ericsson mobile phones were found at the home of a company employee, Swedish police said on Wednesday.

  • News: Analysis: Palm Pre garners positive response

    Palm's new handset has been introduced to the world. Although it isn't getting quite as much coverage as the iPhone did when it was introduced two years ago at Macworld, the Pre is getting plenty of attention.

  • News: Sony's TransferJet connects Toshiba gadgets

    The first prototypes from Toshiba based on TransferJet, a short-range, high-speed wireless data transmission system intended as a replacement for cables, were on show at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

  • News: Internet access device onslaught to hit UK

    Internet access devices are set to bombard the UK, says Intel, after successful launches in other territories. More than 50 Intel Atom-based devices are already available, of which at least 33 are MIDs, says Intel.

  • News: Hands on: Sony PRS-700BC Reader

    Sony has been showing off all sorts of desirable new kit at CES, among the best of which are its VGN-P500 Series ultraportable laptops, its 3in OLED display video MP3 player and a third generation eBook Reader.

  • News: Things Sony and Nintendo can learn from Apple

    2008 saw Apple prove its worth as a competitor in the handheld console market dominated by Sony and Nintendo. We've rounded up the things both gaming giants could learn from Apple. And for good measure we've compiled a list of the greatest iPhone games available.

  • News: Palm pre is just the beginnings says ex Apple exec

    In an interview with The Guardian Palm's executive chairman Jon Rubinstein says that his company is 'just getting started' with its new Palm pre touchscreen smartphone.

  • News: iPhone, netbooks massive boost to Wi-Fi

    Wi-Fi may not be cutting-edge technology anymore, but iPhones, netbooks and other portable devices will put it in many more consumers' hands this year, according to figures released Thursday by the Wi-Fi Alliance and research company In-Stat.

  • News: AMD: Smartphones to get HD gaming and movies

    AMD plans to bring high-definition gaming and movies to smartphones and other devices in an attempt to gives consumers more usability and interactivity. CEO Dirk Meyer also revealed it will build a supercomputer to host the HD content.

  • News: Toshiba launches new Blu-ray rival

    Toshiba has released details of a new service that will allow consumers to download movies and music onto flash memory cards using special self-service kiosks.

  • News: Sony powers new mobile music system

    Mobile provider of unlimited music services Omnifone is partnering with media-management company Gracenote to provide easy integration of a consumer's personal music collection with an unlimited music subscription service and synchronization of both across personal devices -from mobile phones to desktop PCs, home entertainment systems and in-car stereos.

  • News: Sony unveils bendable OLED screen

    After launching its first OLED TV, the XEL-1, at last year's CES, Sony chose this year's show to unveil a flexible colour OLED screen, designed to be used in portable devices.

  • News: Plastic Logic show ultra-thin eBook Reader

    Plastic Logic is hoping to make a big impression with its new eReader technology at this year's CES show in Las Vegas. Its stylish eReader is a large flat display measuring 8.5x11in and is just a few millimetres thin.

  • Video: CES: Hardcore Computer dunks its Reactor PC in liquid

    Everyone knows that computers and liquids don't mix but Hardcore Computer is challenging that at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.



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