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  • 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: Chip designer Transmeta up for sale

    Processor designer Transmeta, once seen as a potential competitor to Intel and AMD, is looking for a buyer. Executives have enlisted investment bank Piper Jaffray & Co to act as the company's financial advisor during the sale process.

  • 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.

  • News: Epson recycles large format printer cartridges

    Epson's Collect and Recycle initiative is being expanded to include empty ink cartridges from its large format printer range.

  • 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: Sandisk rejects Samsung takeover bid

    Flash storage card manufacturer SanDisk has rejected an unsolicited takeover bid from hardware maker Samsung Electronics, saying the offer undervalues the company.

  • News: Lenovo L2440x LED monitor uses 60% less energy

    Lenovo plans to introduce its first white LED monitor this week, claiming the technology ensures the display uses 60 percent less energy than traditional LCD screens.

  • 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: Helproom: your PC problems solved

    PC Advisor tackles more of your PC hardware and software problems. For free IT support 24 hours a day, get live help in the PC Advisor Helproom Forum.

  • News: Greenpeace praises Apple's greener iPods

    In a posting to the Greenpeace website blog on Wednesday, Greenpeace blogger "tomD" gave Apple credit for making the new iPod nano using less toxic manufacturing processes, and encouraged the company to make good on a promise to remove toxic chemicals from computers, as well.

  • News: Tough times for nVidia and Texus Instruments

    Lingering concerns about mobile-phone revenue and the chip sector are weighing on nVidia and Texas Instruments this week.

  • News: Microsoft: US price cut sees Xbox 360 sales double

    According to Microsoft, US retailers saw a 100 percent surge in Xbox 360 sales last weekend compared to the previous one. Starting last Friday, Xbox 360 prices were cut $50-80, depending on the model.

  • Video: IFA: Philips shows off new products at IFA

    At the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin Philips showed off some new technology. While they did devote a section to home electronics, consumer electronics, especially televisions, were the highlight.

  • News: Sony launches two DV-tape hi-def camcorders

    Sony has unveiled two DV-tape based high-definition camcorders. The HDR-FX1000 and HVR-Z5J will be going on sale in the next couple of months.

  • News: Black is the new grey for consumer electronics

    One trend more obvious than any other at the IFA electronics show is how glossy black has taken over the consumer electronics market as the colour and finish of choice.

  • News: Toshiba to launch PS3 Cell-based TV in 2009

    At IFA in Berlin today, Toshiba announced that it plans to bring the powerful Cell processor into consumer electronics and launch a TV based on the chip in the second half of 2009.

  • Video: World Technology Update: August 22 2008

    In this week's look at the latest technology stories: a US court dissolves a gag order against MIT students, 'Google-killer' Cuil is not so cool, and we take a look at the technology behind the Olympics. Meanwhile, Wi-Fi takes to the skies, Google's Android readies for its debut, Taiwan investigates Microsoft, and Intel introduces a new Classmate.

  • News: LG to unveil NAS server at IFA

    LG is to launch a network-attached storage (NAS) server designed for small-office/home-office (SOHO) users at the IFA exhibition in Berlin later this week.

  • News: Sanyo launches entry-level HD projector

    Sanyo is bringing full high-definition video to the entry level of the projector market with its PLV-Z700 that launches in Berlin this week at the IFA consumer electronics show.

  • News: Intel to release dual-core Atom in September

    Intel plans to release a dual-core Atom processor in September, part of a motherboard package that's designed for low-cost desktops, the company said at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco.

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