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  • News: Joost launches iPhone video streaming app

    Online TV portal Joost has launched an iPhone app that lets users browse and view content from their handset where there's a Wi-Fi connection.

  • News: Nintendo DS becomes an eBook reader

    Nintendo is giving DS owners the ability to turn their console into an electronic book reader similar to the Sony Reader.

  • News: Apple's iPhone gets Linux

    Hackers have managed to load Linux on to Apple's iPhone.

  • News: iPhone software update causes blurry photos

    A number of iPhone users have reported that the recent software update, which was released last week, is making images look blurry.

  • News: Buyers' guide: top five MP3 players

    An MP3 player is one of the most popular Christmas gifts for young and old alike, and is sure to brighten even the most sullen of faces on Christmas morning. But with so much choice available on the market, which do you choose for your special someone?

  • News: Buyers' guide: top 5 GPS satnav devices

    PC Advisor's guide to the best five GPS devices on the market today.

  • News: Christmas 2008 technology buyers guide

    It’s been another year of innovation and technological intrigue. PC Advisor outlines the best of the best, bringing you reviews of Best Buy products in six crucial categories.

  • News: High-profile Mac celebrities slam BlackBerry Storm

    Two high-profile Mac fans have hit out at the recently released RIM BlackBerry Storm. Comic, author, presenter and actor Stephen Fry calls the BlackBerry Storm "shockingly bad" and "embarrassingly awful". New York Times technology correspondent David Pogue renames it "the BlackBerry Dud".

  • News: See the Google phone's barcode scanner in action

    The first smartphone based on Google's Android operating system hit the UK last month, and the jury is out on whether the T-Mobile G1 is the first handset worthy of being dubbed an 'iPhone killer'.

  • News: iPhone to display status indicators in sleep mode

    If there's one major annoyance with the iPhone it's that it lacks the ability to display status indicators when the phone is in sleep mode. If you're out and about and just want to know how much battery power is left, you have to press the Home button, which lights up the whole display, and then check the status icon for the battery.

  • News: 'Really fast' iPhone advert banned

    An iPhone 3G advert that claims the handset is "really fast" has been banned by the Advertising Standard Authority (ASA).

  • News: HTC launches HTC Touch HD smartphone

    HTC and Taiwan Mobile launched the Touch HD smartphone in Taipei today. Reports say that we should see the HTC Touch HD in the UK shortly.

  • News: Intel & Micron offer 34nm NAND flash chips

    Intel and Micron joint venture IM Flash Technologies has started mass producing NAND flash memory chips using tiny 34-nanometre technology, the companies said Monday.

  • News: Samsung unveils folding mobile phone

    Samsung has developed a mobile phone that features a fold-out organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display.

  • News: iPhone users given access to Google Street View

    Apple has released a new version of its iPhone software that has patched 12 flaws on the smartphone and also offers users the chance to access Google's Street View.

  • News: Apple accused of iPhone 3G speed 'fraud'

    Apple and US network partner AT&T have been hit with a lawsuit which accuses the companies of misleading consumers over the iPhone's 3G speeds.

  • News: Six great free apps for the iPhone

    Want to make your iPhone even better than it already is? Then check out these six free apps from the iTunes app store. They include mobile news and sports aggregators to voice over IP (VoIP) calling app and even an internet radio service.

  • Video: World Technology Update: November 21 2008

    Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang steps down, Adobe shows off its new Flash platform, TVs fail the recycling test, robots take over California, Nintendo leads in the game console war, Intel launches a new processor and new auto tech is on display in New York.

  • News: Folding screen adds flexibility to smartphones

    A Taiwanese research institute has revealed a folding display on a smartphone that allowed its screen to double in size to 5in.

  • Video: CES 2009 preview

    The consumer electronics association held its annual CES press preview in New York City and analysts were on hand to talk about trends, what we’ll see at the January mega show in Las Vegas and how the economy is affecting the industry.



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