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  • News: Adobe to build Flash Player for Apple's iPhone

    Adobe is to develop a version of Flash Player for the iPhone, despite Steve Jobs stating earlier this month that Flash Player for mobile devices isn't good enough for Apple's handset.

  • News: Apple designs clam-shell iPhone

    Apple has filed a document with the US Patents Office that highlights its plans for a clam shell iPhone.

  • News: iPhone 2 to launch at June's WWDC?

    Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will take place on June 9-13, the company has revealed, and rumours are circulating that the event will be used to launch the iPhone 2.

  • News: Intel & Apple to partner on iPhone 3?

    Intel is hoping Apple will select its chips for inclusion in the third version of the iPhone, according to online reports.

  • News: Apple hit with iPod & iTunes lawsuit

    Apple has been struck by yet another patent infringement lawsuit, with ZapMedia Services claiming Apple's iTunes and iPod infringe on a patent for a "platform and vision for the enjoyment of digital media assets".

  • News: iPhone SDK downloads exceed 100,000

    Apple's iPhone Software Development Kit (SDK) has been downloaded over 100,000 times since it was unveiled last week. The SDK allows third-party developers to make applications for the iPhone and iPod touch.

  • News: Video: The technology week in review

    See the past seven days in technology in this great video. Highlights include Intel and AMD's new chips, Steve Ballmer and Microsoft's press conference at CeBIT and Asus' new Eee PC. Also, see Greenpeace highlighting tech waste, Vodafone's image-search service, BlackBerry browser updates, Navigation and Europe's Galileo, and the sights of the CeBIT tradeshow in Hannover, Germany.

  • News: Slow gadget sales lead to chip glut

    Global inventories of semiconductors spiked in the fourth quarter due to lacklustre fourth-quarter gadget sales and lower expectations for sales in the first quarter, according to Gartner.

  • News: Feature: Inside Microsoft's research labs

    If you think the touchscreen on Apple's iPhone is cool, imagine a device that actually sees, reflects and responds to your fingers touching the back of the device.

  • News: Samsung miCoach phone takes on Nike+iPod kit

    Samsung and Adidas have teamed up on a new miCoach mobile phone designed for runners.

  • News: iPhone gets Microsoft Exchange support

    Apple has boosted the business credentials of the iPhone by licensing protocols from rival Microsoft to add Exchange support to the handset.

  • News: Apple to ship 10 millionth iPhone this year

    Apple will sell its 10 millionth iPhone in the current financial year, according to senior executives at the company's annual shareholder meeting. Five of the eight board members, including former vice president Al Gore and Google CEO Eric Schmidt, attended the meeting.

  • News: Apple buys iPhone patent from BT

    Apple has acquired a patent for the iPhone from BT. US patent 6,956,564 covers sensing technology invented by Lyndsay Williams for BT in 1997, which was originally deployed in a touch-sensitive computer called SmartQuill.

  • News: Video: Vodafone photo frame has built-in modem

    Vodafone is demonstrating a new twist on digital photo frames at the Cebit IT exhibition in Hanover. The company is showing off a digital photo frame with an in-built cellular data modem which allows it to remain constantly connected to the network so your friends and family can send new pictures by MMS or email.

  • News: 25 new apps we want on our iPhone

    As Apple summons the tech press to its Cupertino headquarters to detail its future plans for the iPhone, here's our own wish-list of apps we'd like to see working on the popular handset

  • News: Control your iPod by blinking

    A researcher at Osaka University's Graduate School of Engineering Science has developed a system where the user can blink or wink to control their Apple iPod.

  • News: Cebit: Ballmer predicts new IT revolution

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer predicts that increasing processing power, storage space and the availability of wireless broadband will lead to the first IT revolution in seven years.

  • News: Solar-powered iPod charger launches

    A combined solar- and battery-based recharger system for iPhones, iPods, PDAs, PlayStation Portables (PSPs) and mobile phones has launched in the UK.

  • News: Travel chaos to hit Cebit IT exhibition

    The start of the world’s largest IT trade exhibition - Cebit - face a morning of transport chaos on the opening day of the show.

  • News: The future of HDTV revealed

    Five years ago, just about any flat-panel television could induce oohs and aahs, and high-definition was a rarity. Research firm Screen Digest predicts that by 2010 just under half of the UK's TV-watching households will have an HD-ready set but they're common enough now and the gee-whiz factor has gone. So where do HDTVs go from here?



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