We've seen Centrino and, more recently, Centrino Duo, but will you now please welcome Centrino Pro, said to be the go-to-market brand for upcoming business-oriented laptops incorporating Intel's vPro technologies.
Nokia has announced the winners of its annual developer's challenge competition.
Apple today apologised for selling a "small number" of video iPods infected with the RavMone.exe virus. Pox-ridden ipods accounted for less than one per cent of the video iPods hitting the streets after September 12.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Listening to loud music with earphones on a digital music player for more than 90 minutes a day can damage your hearing, according to a new U.S. study.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy became the first European country to adopt a Microsoft system for combating child pornography on the Internet, something the government and the computer firm believe the whole continent is set to take up.
BEIJING (Reuters) - MTV Networks will share video content with China Internet search leader Baidu.com Inc. in an attempt to reap online advertising revenue in the world's second largest Internet market.
LONDON (Reuters) - Users of online worlds such as Second Life and World of Warcraft transact millions of dollars worth of virtual goods and services every day, and these virtual economies are beginning to draw the attention of real-world authorities.
Sony has announced details of the Vaio laptop battery recall it admitted last month it was going to initiate. And Toshiba has indicated it may sue the Japanese giant in order to gain recompense for any damage it alleges may have been done to its brand by its own battery recall.
While Nokia are releasing the fantastic looking 5 megapixel N95 super smart cameraphone in Q1 2007, Samsung have just released their first 10 megapixel cameraphone exclusively for the South Korean market. Is it a phone with a camera, or a camera with a phone?
SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Reuters is opening a news bureau in the simulation game Second Life this week, joining a race by corporate name brands to take part in the hottest virtual world on the Internet.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The personal trainer, once the must-have accessory of rich, image-obsessed Californians, is now within the reach of more people thanks to new technology.
A whole series of red coloured and red themed products are on the way to consumers in support of (PRODUCT) RED, an organisation set up by Bono to fight AIDS in Africa, with a range of red or red-themed products designed to catch the eye, to show your support and to raise money for the project. The project has been rumoured for some time, but launched this week on an episode of Oprah with the new red iPod nano only just appearing on the Apple’s US website, along with (PRODUCT) RED's own website to confirm it’s all go. So what other red products will join the new nano?
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