Helio rolls out GPS phone

Helio today introduced a new slider-phone called “Mysto”. It’s not an entirely new phone as it is based on the Samsung U600, which has been on the market for some time in Europe and Korea. The Mysto will sell for $150 and offer (free) GPS capability with Google Maps integration. For $3 per month, Helio offers Microsoft’s Tellme service, which enables users to search for local information via voice input.    

Small-size panel shipments to see greater affect during Q1 08 slow season

Stanford researcher envisions notebooks with 40 hours of battery life

iPhone, iPod Touch get GPS-like capability

Microsoft launches red 80 GB Zune


Intel to launch 15 Montevina notebook CPUs in May

Notebook battery suppliers to raise prices in Q1

Microsoft offers Apple notebook mouse

Microsoft has begun offering a “Notebook Mouse for Mac”, which the company says comes in a “sleek packaging [that] looks right at home on the Apple aisle of electronics stores.”    

CES 2008: Lenovo pushes consumer-based notebooks

OLPC developing dual-boot Windows, Linux OS for laptops

Asustek to target mainstream notebook segment in the US

Asustek showcasing new notebooks

Asustek to push WiMAX-based notebooks in 2008

Toshiba releases first HD DVD-RW laptop in Japan

The $84,000 cellphone bill

User-generated content to bring greater depth to digital maps, says ABI Research

HTC delays volume shipments of HTC Shift to January 2008

Myspace goes mobile by way of Sprint

$250 Electronic paper watch launched

Hong Kong-based wrist watch maker Art Technology announced a new line of “luxury” watches using E Ink’s electronic paper technology. Offered from about $250, the new “Phosphor” product line integrates E Ink’s Vizplex electronic paper display, which is “made up of pure black and pure white particles”, as watch dials.    

Toshiba announces M700 series Tablet PCs