UK mobile operator Orange is to sell Apple's iPhone in the UK, ending the exclusive deal with O2 and leaving only the US and Germany not offering a choice of telco to iPhone users.
A new application for the iPhone will enable fanboys to use their gizmos as "sleaze detectors".
Intel has introduced the CE4100 SoC. The 45nm chip - expected to encourage the development of interactive television content and applications - is fully compatible with Blue-ray, Digital TV and other entertainment devices.
It seems that you can use your iPhone for just about anything apart from making a telephone call.
A teacher in Thailand has been caught on mobile phone giving a smart alec kid a serious beating.
When you're cleaning your house, should you be more scared of your washing machine or your vacuum cleaner? That's one of the pressing questions posed - and answered - by Insure.com.
Online megastore Amazon is to undercut its regular suppliers by branding electronics accessories under its own name.
Point Grey has announced plans to showcase the "world's first" SuperSpeed USB-enabled digital video camera at the 2009 Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco.
With a large colour touchscreen and internet connectivity, the Sensia radio from Pure is almost more of a PC than a radio.
Palm has finally pulled the plug on the Windows Mobile operating system after years as a valued customer.
Pentax has launched an entry-level digital SLR camera with a few not-so-entry-level features.
Analyst Opinion This week begins the real wave of the PC refresh cycle for the non-Mac
crowd and it will pick up to a major wave on October 22nd when Windows
Lenovo has introduced the ThinkPad X200 Tablet PC and ThinkPad T400s laptop. Both portable devices feature multitouch screen technology - along with SimpleTap - an application designed to simplify interaction with multitouch screens.
Microsoft has introduced its long-awaited HD Zune. The upgraded device - powered by Nvidia's Tegra processor - is capable of rendering high-quality video and playing HD radio.
LG has announced its first Android mobile, the LG-GW620, featuring a three inch touchscreen and slide out QWERTY keypad. Up until now, all LG smartphones have used the Windows Mobile OS.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has introduced a veritable smorgasbord of technological goodies, including an upgraded iPod Nano, iTunes 9 and OS 3.1. According to Jobs, the latest version of iTunes features an improved UI, along with an automated DJ known as "Genius Mixes" which selects and plays tracks from a user's music library.
The UK's leading mobile telco is running a special offer on its website enabling users to pick up a Blackberry Curve for just €10,001 ($14,566.06). Hurry while stocks last!
Interview Chip firm AMD has integrated its portfolio of products and
platforms and has a strategy aimed at targeting the tech generation
rather than talking pure tech to people who don’t want to understand
bits and bytes.
Orange and T-Mobile look set to merge their UK businesses, creating a new market leader with 28.4 million customers.
The iPhone is really bad news for network operators, according to a Danish consultancy firm.