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  • 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."

  • News: September 2008's best new products revealed

    September 2008 has proven to be a bumper month for exciting new gadgets, with new cameras, TVs, NAS drives, and a laptop from Samsung that has critics drooling.

  • Video: Sony shows prototype speakers

    Sony has unveiled a couple of possible follow-ons to its distinctive Sountina speaker that was launched earlier this year

  • Video: World Technology Update: September 12 2008

    In this week’s show: wireless executives keynote at CTIA, Yahoo introduces a new iPhone application, software turns a mobile phone into a wireless router, Apple introduces new iPods, Ashton Kutcher talks tech, Sony unveils new gadgets and a portable fuel cells charges your devices.

  • News: Google Street View goes mobile

    Google has added free walking directions and the ability to find street view imagery to its list of Google Maps applications for mobile devices.

  • News: Apple iPhone 'game' contains Windows Trojan

    Apple iPhone users are the latest target of hackers trying to infect Windows PCs, according to security firm Sophos.

  • News: IBM to push PS3's Cell chip into new product areas

    IBM and a key Taiwanese research group have agreed to further develop racetrack memory chips and to find more product areas for Cell processors.

  • News: First Google Android smartphone shown London

    Google has provided the first glimpse of its Android operating system running on a mobile phone, in a limited viewing in London ahead of its imminent launch

  • News: Apple updates Remote for iPod touch & iPhone

    Apple's Remote application for the iPhone and iPod touch has been updated, bringing the current version of the application to 1.1. Apple said the new version allows you to create Genius playlists and create and edit playlists in iTunes.

  • News: T-Mobile to launch Google Android phone on Sept 23

    The first mobile phone based on Google's Android platform will be launched in the US by T-Mobile on September 23, according to a New York Times report.

  • News: Apple releases iPhone 2.1 software

    Apple on Friday delivered the iPhone 2.1 Software Update, an update to the software that operates the iPhone.

  • News: Microsoft previews Zune 3.0 software

    Microsoft announced its third-generation Zune MP3 players and software this week. Zune 3.0 is a free download (Windows only) and many of its features are available to nonsubscribers and device owners. If you're tired of your current desktop media player, the Zune 3.0 player will be worth downloading if only for its nifty visual effects.

  • News: The 10 best iPhone apps for IT professionals

    Apple's App store offers not only fun apps, its also offers tools aimed at IT professionals. So if you want to use your iPhone or iPod touch to monitor and control other systems or to satisfy other geek needs, check out our round-up of the 10 best techie iPhone apps.

  • News: Hacker: iPhone takes snapshots of all actions

    Apple's iPhone captures snapshots of all the actions made by its user, says a hacker.

  • News: Analysts: Mobile social networking next big thing

    Mobile social networking and the way mobile phones are used looks set to become an important tool in the workplace, say industry analysts.

  • News: Apple's App Store delivers 100m downloads

    Apple's App Store has delivered more than 100 million applications since it first went online in July.



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