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  • News: Apple lifts iPhone NDA

    Apple has discontinued the non-disclosure agreement (NDA) preventing developers from discussing iPhone programming.

  • Video: NTT CoCoMo shows off separate phone

    A glimpse into the future of mobile phones is on offer at this week's Ceatec show in Tokyo. Here's the separate phone, a working concept model from NTT DoCoMo that splits in two.

  • Video: CEATEC: Toshiba shows fast-charging battery

    Toshiba's Super Charge Ion Battery, which is just entering commercial production, can be charged to 90 percent of its capacity in just 10 minutes so the long wait when recharging a dead gadget could be eliminated. And that's not the only feature of the battery.

  • News: Facebook launches new version of iPhone app

    Facebook has released a new version of its iPhone application.

  • Video: CEATEC: Konica Minolta's latest wearable communicator

    Ichiro Kasai is a manager at Konica Minolta's frontier business incubation department. Here he is wearing the latest prototype of the startling wearable communicator that can send and receive video and audio over a Wi-Fi network.

  • Video: CEATEC: Murata shows off Seiko the robot

    Meet Seiko, a unicycling robot that manages to balance on a single wheel. Like Murata Boy, Seiko was developed as a platform to show off Murata's components, and here's a video of the robot in action at CEATEC.

  • News: T-Mobile temporarily halts Google Android pre-sales

    T-Mobile temporarily stopped pre-sales of its G1 smartphone, which uses the Google Android platform, last weekend.

  • News: Panasonic shows multi-touch IPTV handset

    Panasonic is showing off a prototype remote control at the Ceatec exhibition that's designed for future IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) services and uses twin trackpads instead of a keypad for user input.

  • News: 10 things we hate about Google Android & the G1

    There are many omissions and shortcomings in Google's first foray into the mobile phone market. Here's our round-up of ten biggest disappointments of the T-Mobile G1.

  • News: Nokia Tube is latest iPhone killer

    Nokia is expected to launch its first touchscreen smartphone designed to rival Apple's iPhone this week.

  • News: New Nintendo DS to feature camera & music player

    Nintendo plans to launch a new version of its Nintendo DS portable console with a camera and music player function, according to a report in the Sunday edition of The Nikkei Business Daily.

  • News: 10 overrated gadgets, and their better alternatives

    When it comes to technology, there's plenty of gadgets and gizmos that have earned huge amounts of initial praise, but don't live up to the hype. And for every overrated product, there's an equivalent that is vastly underrated and doesn't get the respect it deserves. We've put together a list of 10 most-hyped tech products available and the most underrated rival.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 26 September 2008

    Your regular weekly update of the biggest technology news stories. In this week’s show: T-Mobile introduces the first Android phone, a prototype bus steers without a driver, WiMAX sets to launch and gadgets are on display in New York.

  • News: 1GB data limit lifted on T-Mobile G1

    T-Mobile has lifted the 1GB data usage cap in the US on the G1, the first mobile phone to feature Google's Android platform.

  • News: Preview: Ceatec will be a feast of gizmos and gadgets

    A unicycling robot, prototype fuel cells and a TV that doesn't need a stand are just some of what visitors to next week's Ceatec electronics fair in Japan will find when the doors open on Tuesday morning.

  • Video: T-Mobile G1: See the first Google Android phone in action

    T-Mobile and Google demonstrate the G1, the first mobile phone to use Google’s Android software platform. It will be available in UK beginning in November.

  • News: Google Android will be English-only until next year

    The first Google Android smartphone, launched yesterday as the T-Mobile and made by HTC, is only available in English, and will take six months to translate to other languages.

  • News: Google Android phones were 3 years in the making

    We may have only become aware of Google Android in the past year, and the first handset running to software was only launched yesterday, but engineers from Google and HTC say they spent three years developing Android software and smartphones before T-Mobile's unveiling of the G1.

  • Video: Brin, Page and developers demo T-Mobile G1

    T-Mobile and Google execs unveil the G1, the first phone to run on Google’s Android software.

  • News: New iPod nano praised for aiding visually impaired

    The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) has applauded Apple's move to make iTunes and iPods accessible to blind and visually impaired people, saying, "The iPod nano, which was virtually unusable for people with vision loss, is now equipped with talking menus and large font options. Apple has also made improvements to the accessibility of iTunes."



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