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  • News: Eee PC competitor to target emerging markets

    Everex, maker of the Cloudbook mini-laptop, has agreed to be acquired by systems integrator Newmarket Technology for an undisclosed sum.

  • News: iPhone 3G: Pay-as-you-go prices leaked

    O2 accidentally published prices for its Pay and Go 3G iPhones last night, only to remove the information shortly after.

  • News: Report: iPhone 3G pre-orders to begin on 1 July

    UK customers will be able to sign up for an iPhone 3G contract from 1 July, a report claims.

  • News: iPhone 3G costs just £87 to build

    Apple has cut the cost of the iPhone, according to market research firm iSuppli, with the new iPhone 3G costing just $173 (£87) to produce. That's over $50 (£25) cheaper than the original iPhone, which didn't include 3G or GPS components.

  • News: Aurora borealis interferes with satnav devices

    According to research the Northern Lights can interfere with signals from global positioning (GPS) satellites.

  • News: June 2008's 9 coolest gadgets

    With summer finally upon us, the sunshine's (sort of) beating down. The weather's getting (a bit) hotter, and so are the gadgets. Here's our top nine products announces in Japan this month.

  • News: Six BlackBerry keyboard shortcuts you'll love

    There's no doubt that a BlackBerry is an amazing device that goes a long way to making life that little bit simpler. However, it's not always the case that user guides or surfing Google will throw up that tips and tricks that make using your Blackberry even simpler. Fear not, we've rounded our five favourite shortcuts that are so good you'll wonder how you ever coped without them.

  • News: Adobe works on Flash for iPhone

    Adobe is working on bringing Flash to Apple's iPhone. Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen confirmed the move during Adobe's second-quarter financial conference call, but Apple seems to be moving in a different direction.

  • News: New Microsoft OS targets GPS devices

    Microsoft has unveiled Windows Embedded NavReady 2009, its first-ever embedded operating system for portable devices that use GPS and maps.

  • News: Apple iPhone 3G to cost €1 in Europe

    T-Mobile is to sell the iPhone 3G for as little as €1 to German, Dutch and Austrian customers who sign up for one of its more expensive service plans.

  • News: 7 great ways technology can help you keep fit

    Forget the stereotype of the gadget-loving couch potato. These innovations can help you stay trim, monitor your fitness and even save your life.

  • News: 3G iPhone sales could reach 18 million this year

    Apple has priced the new iPhone 3G at the sweet spot of demand and will likely ship 18 million of the handsets this year, said an analyst that covers the contract manufacturer responsible for producing the device.

  • News: Video: Steve Jobs unveils the 3G iPhone

    Apple's 3G iPhone finally became a reality yesterday as Steve Jobs officially launched the phone at the Worldwide Developers' Conference.

  • News: 3G iPhone costs Windows Mobile phone makers

    The market value of Windows Mobile smartphone maker HTC immediately dropped following the announcement of the 3G iPhone yesterday, with analysts attributing the fall to the low price of Apple's second-generation handset.

  • News: Apple/O2 confirm 3G iPhone will be free

    Apple's 3G iPhone will be available in the UK for exactly the same price as it is in the US, with UK customers able to get their second-generation handset for free, or pay anything between £59 and £159 depending on the contract and spec.

  • News: 3G iPhone TV advert now online

    The new TV ad for Apple's 3G iPhone is now available on Apple.com and also on YouTube.

  • News: Official: $199 3G iPhone coming in July

    Steve Jobs officially announced the 3G iPhone at Apple's Worldwide Developers' Conference. The new iPhone - which will start shipping in July - is thinner than the original, offers impressive battery life and features built-in GPS support.

  • News: Apple to persevere with existing iPhone

    Apple plans to offer a refreshed version of its existing iPhone, as well as announcing a new thinner model supporting 3G at today's Worldwide Developers' Conference, according to American Technology Research Shaw Wu.

  • News: Samsung Omnia is latest iPhone-killer

    Samsung Electronics has chosen the day when Apple is expected to announce the 3G iPhone to launch a new handset that has more than a passing resemblance to Apple's handset.

  • News: WWDC: 3G iPhone launch expected today

    Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) starts today, and industry analysts place the event on a par with the release of Mac OS X and the Intel transition in terms of importance for the company.



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