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Intel Reader launched

By Thomas McKinnon 11 November 2009

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The Intel Reader was launched today, a device that combines a text-scanning camera with a text-to-speech engine designed specifically for the vision impaired and people with learning disabilities. FULL STORY >


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New BlackBerry Bold available

By Staff Writer 12 January 2010

The BlackBerry Bold 9700 looks delicious and has a sweet list of specs FULL STORY >

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The Best of CES 2010 Slate PCs

By Mike Joubert 11 January 2010

Tablets are so two thousand and late, welcome to two thousand and slate. FULL STORY >

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The Best of CES 2010- Qualcomm processors

By Mike Joubert 11 January 2010

Qualcomm's Snapdragon platform popped up in a lot of cellular and mobile computing devices at CES FULL STORY >

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Console wars hot up

By Hanleigh Daniels 8 January 2010

Sales figure announcements from the three top gaming console manufacturers: Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo. FULL STORY >

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Intel continue to lead processor game

By Staff Writer 8 January 2010

Intel announced the release of more than 25 new Core processor yesterday at CES, including the worlds first full volume production 32 nm processor. FULL STORY >

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From 2D to 3D thanks to Toshiba

By Staff Writer 7 January 2010

The ZX900 Series CELL TV from Toshiba converts regular 2D content into 3D FULL STORY >

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Nokia X6 now available

By Thomas McKinnon 7 January 2010

Nokia's first capacitive touchscreen phone, the X6, to reach the South African market is now available. FULL STORY >

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Google Nexus One launched

By Thomas McKinnon 6 January 2010

Google unveiled the Nexus One phone in the US yesterday and announced that the device will be immediately available via its own online store. FULL STORY >

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Apple App Store hits 3 billion mark

By Hanleigh Daniels 6 January 2010

Apple iPhone and iPod touch owners have downloaded more than 3 billion apps from Apples App Store. FULL STORY >

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Microsoft banned from selling Word in the US

By Hanleigh Daniels 23 December 2009

Microsoft must pay a penalty for infringing upon copyright in its popular Word 2007 software and must stop selling the software by January 2010 in the US. FULL STORY >

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