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iPad review roundup

By - April 1, 2010 1 Picture
Saturday April 3 is almost upon us, but even though the iPad isn't officially out, the first reviews are starting to flood in. So what's the early verdict on of Apple's sleek new tablet device from those who've already spent quality time on its 9.7-inch multi-touch screen? Read on for a review round-up. Read More
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iPad news roundup

By - March 28, 2010 1 Picture
Whenever Apple is set to release a new product, a significant chunk of the web becomes a firehose of rumors, buzz, cheerleading, vitriol, and the occasional piece of actual news. We've scoured the web and assembled a roundup of all the significant iPad news from the last week, so you don't have to. Read More
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LookTel smartphone system tells you what you're looking at

By - March 28, 2010 3 Pictures
Shortly available for consumer beta, LookTel is a smartphone object recognition package which is intended to help the visually impaired correctly identify such things as money, CD titles, landmarks and so on. An image captured by the phone's camera is sent to a PC which then quickly scans through a database and when a match is made, the result is returned to the phone and spoken to the user. Sighted user assist, a handy text-to-speech function and guided interface control also feature. Read More
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The Gresso luxury mobile phone customization experience

By - March 28, 2010 3 Pictures
Not content with being the purveyor of the likes of gold and diamond encrusted mobile phones and USB flash drives, luxury manufacturer Gresso has announced what it claims to be the world’s first mobile phone customization experience. By way of an online “boutique”, the company offers its clientele the choice of almost 40 combinations of titanium, steel and leather – with a starting price of US$2200. Read More
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The trickle of Android handsets fast becoming a firehose

By - March 23, 2010 1 Picture
After a gradual build-up throughout 2009 the roll-out of Android mobile phone handsets is really starting to snowball - and that means more choice for consumers. If the iDEN Motorola i1 and the WiMAX HTC EVO 4G aren't your thing (or your network), you might want to take a look at the multimedia-savvy Samsung Galaxy S, the Dell Aero and the budget-friendly Kyocera Zio. If the waiting game isn't your thing, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and the HTC Desire are just about to drop in the UK and will arrive shortly in the US. Read More

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