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  • News: SanDisk launches laptop SSDs

    SanDisk has launched a range of high-performance solid-state-drives (SSD) designed for use in laptops.

  • News: Plastic Logic show ultra-thin eBook Reader

    Plastic Logic is hoping to make a big impression with its new eReader technology at this year's CES show in Las Vegas. Its stylish eReader is a large flat display measuring 8.5x11in and is just a few millimetres thin.

  • News: Panasonic demos 9mm thick 50in plasma

    LCD TVs aren't the only TVs that can be thin. On Wednesday, Panasonic demonstrated a plasma TV set that is one-third of an inch thin - or 8.8mm - at the thinnest part of its profile.

  • News: Sony shows 21in OLED TV panel at CES

    Sony is showing a new prototype OLED (organic light emitting diode) panel at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but hasn't announced a new television to follow the 11in model it launched at CES 2008.

  • News: D-Link launches three 802.11n routers

    D-Link said at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that large numbers of home users and businesses are already switching to 802.11n, even though the wireless LAN technology isn't a ratified standard.

  • Video: Asus builds netbook into keyboard

    Asustek is showing off the Eee keyboard, which features a built-in 5in keyboard, at CES

  • News: Samsung launches 2.5in 100GB SSD

    Samsung has launched a 2.5in 100GB solid-state drive (SSD), which has with enhanced performance for use in servers running applications such as video-on-demand, internet data centers and online transaction processing.

  • Video: Powermat untangles charging cables

    Tangled wires and cables for charging different devices will be a thing of the past if Powermat has anything to say about it.

  • News: Dual-core Via Nano coming this year

    Via Technologies says plans for a dual-core Nano processor remain on track, but said recent news reports about its product plans confused this chip with another upcoming version of the processor, the Nano 3000.

  • News: HP iPhone app enables wireless printing

    HP has launched an application that allows users to print pictures wirelessly from an iPhone.

  • News: Toshiba to demo 512GB SSDs next month

    Toshiba plan to start offering samples of 512GB solid-state drives, which could make their way to laptops and other devices by mid- or late 2009.

  • News: PC Advisor's top 5 technology video reviews

    PC Advisor TV contains hundreds of news, reviews and product videos. But which of our expert video reviews are the most popular?

  • News: Asus Eee Top 1602: review of reviews

    PC Advisor rounds up reviews of the Asus Eee Top 1602. What's the verdict on Asustek's iMac killer?

  • News: Timeline: 40 years of the computer mouse

    The humble computer mouse, a staple of any PC and laptop, has come a long way since its birth in 1963.

  • Video: World Technology Update: December 12 2008

    A recap of the week’s technology news. In this week’s show: Obama outlines an ambitious tech plan, Sony falls victim to the economic crisis, the mouse turns 40, a gadget-filled smart phone is at 3GSM, Cisco TelePresence translates, Tsubame supercomputer impresses, Asustek’s Eee Top debuts, the US Air Force shows insect-size robots and Google details the top 10 of 2008.

  • News: Cheap SSDs for laptops coming in 2009

    Cheap solid-state disks (SSDs) for laptops could be on the way, after Samsung announced plans to upgrade its memory technology and manufacturing processes.

  • News: Flash memory production to shrink in 2009

    Flash memory production will decrease next year because a number of bulk orders have been suspended or cancelled, said SanDisk.

  • News: Intel develops faster data-transfer device

    Intel has developed a device, the Avalanche Photodetector (APD), that senses light pulses and amplifies output signals for faster data transfer over long distances, the company said.

  • News: 10 PC projects: teach your camera new tricks

    Adding features to your camera is much easier than you think, and it can make a real difference to your photography.

  • News: 10 PC projects: how to boost your Wi-Fi

    Your wireless network may be growing, but that doesn't mean you need to purchase new hardware.

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