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Nokia World 2010 phones - All you need to know

Nokia World 2010 phones - All you need to know

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If Nokia is to get back into the smartphone market, this is where is begins. According to Executive Vice President of Markets, Nokia, Niklas Savander, the Nokia N8 and pals launched at Nokia World 2010 are the class that’s pushing the Finnish mobile... >>

Samsung NX100 - the compact with intelligent lenses

Samsung NX100 - the compact with intelligent lenses

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Samsung's second take on the Micro Four Thirds camera has touched down in the shape of the Samsung NX100. Just one zero away from the highly acclaimed Samsung NX10, many of the specs sounds familiar.There's the same APS-C sized 14.6-megapixel sensor,... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Evernote

APP OF THE DAY: Evernote

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Brilliant ideas only happen once in your life. You may have many of them but the likelihood is that each one will only occur to you a single time. If you don’t record it when the brainwave hits, you could miss it. So, for all those out there sick of... >>

Ping: Top 10 most followed artists

Ping: Top 10 most followed artists

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One of the joys of Ping on iTunes is that you can get close to your favourite artists. Yes, the music-based social network from Apple allows you to snuggle up so tight that you can pretty much read what they've had for breakfast.The add-on to the iTunes... >>

How to setup and use Ping in iTunes

How to setup and use Ping in iTunes

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Those that have been listening to the buzz after Apple’s music keynote on 1 September 2010 might have picked up on a feature known as Ping. Tucked away in the announcement of the release of the iTunes 10 desktop software was actually quite a significant... >>

iOS 4.2 for iPad: What's new, detailed and explained

iOS 4.2 for iPad: What's new, detailed and explained

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No sooner had the Jobs outlined iOS 4.1 when he gave us that traditional Apple sneak peak of the upgrade after - aka iOS 4.2. No surprises there. As Steven pointed out, iOS 4.2 is "all about iPad". In fact, the very first feature as listed on the Powerpoint... >>

iOS 4.1: What's new, detailed and explained

iOS 4.1: What's new, detailed and explained

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For a 0.1 increase, the iPhone/iPod touch iOS 4.1 software update is going to make quite a big difference. Announced just the other day at the Apple iPod keynote and set for release on 8 September, there's a seriously quick turn around going on here and,... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Antigen (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Antigen (Android)

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Ever wondered what it was like to be an antibody? No, we don't suppose anyone has but if you've ever felt like trying to visualise the fight your little microscopic guys were up against to keep the threat of infection at bay, then we reckon it probably... >>

Samsung Galaxy Tab vs Toshiba Folio 100

Samsung Galaxy Tab vs Toshiba Folio 100

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As predicted, it’s tablet city at IFA 2010. Samsung swung in with the Android-running Samsung Galaxy Tab and that was one thing for the iPad to think about. Now, with Toshiba launching the Toshiba Folio 100, well, there’s some decisions tablet PC... >>

Toshiba beefs up the 3D on the Satellite A665 laptop

Toshiba beefs up the 3D on the Satellite A665 laptop

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Toshiba has shown some more love to its 3D laptop extraordinaire that is the Satellite A665. The manufacturer has added 3D Blu-ray disc support as well as the ability to upscale 2D video in real time to the kind that jumps out of the screen at you.The... >>

Toshiba brings 3D to BD with BDX3100KB Blu-ray player

Toshiba brings 3D to BD with BDX3100KB Blu-ray player

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Toshiba has approached 3D at IFA2010 in exactly the same way that it didn't Blu-ray - quickly and with great gusto. The Toshiba BDX3100KB 3D Blu-ray player is arriving in the UK in October and will allow anyone with a 3D TV to enjoy 3D Blu-ray movies... >>

Toshiba Camileo S30 and P20 to take on pocket camcorder market

Toshiba Camileo S30 and P20 to take on pocket camcorder market

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Toshiba has sharpened its attack on the pocket camcorder market with the arrival of the next generation of Camileos at IFA2010. The Camileo S30 and P20 both shoot Full HD video at 30fps, but now feature a touchscreen 3-inch swivel display which used to... >>

Sharp goes 3D with Aquos Quattron LE925 LED TV

Sharp goes 3D with Aquos Quattron LE925 LED TV

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At IFA 2009, it was just a single extra yellow pixel that Sharp tried to wow the world with. Now, at IFA 2010, the company has plonked itself firmly on the 3DTV bandwagon with the Sharp Aquos LE925 Quattron LED TV. Quite a mouthful.Fortunately, the company... >>

iPod nano 5th gen vs iPod nano 6th gen

iPod nano 5th gen vs iPod nano 6th gen

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Apple's anticipated event covered a wide range of new products and, as we predicted here at Pocket-lint, not only did Steve Jobs take to the stage wearing his black crew neck and New Balance footwear combo but Apple also announced an updated version of... >>

PlayStation Move - all the games

PlayStation Move - all the games

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The PlayStation Move arrives in the UK on 17 September and with it an enormous frenzy to pick up as many games that’ll work with Sony’s motion detection system as possible. Described as an HD version of the Wii, the claim is that it’ll bring more... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Lonely Planet London Compass (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Lonely Planet London Compass (Android)

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Not everyone can read a map. Sad but true. Fortunately, with the slow, steady rise of augmented reality, not everyone has to. Whereas in location apps of old, one poured over 2-dimensional representations of city streets while some bloke nicked your bag,... >>

Panasonic HM-TA1
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Panasonic HM-TA1

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Manufacturers have picked up on the importance of the pocket camcorder market quite significantly in the last 2 years. Although there's never been a rush of them in the same way as there's been with netbooks. The steady stream of more and more companies... >>

MSI GX660 high end gaming goliath

MSI GX660 high end gaming goliath

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MSI has unleashed a beast of a laptop - the GX660, which has all the high-end spec that you'd expect from a £1699 machine, but with a big focus on the audio performance as well. MSI has teamed up with Danish sound specialist Dynaudio to come up with... >>

MSI FX600 THX-certified multimedia laptop

MSI FX600 THX-certified multimedia laptop

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This is the MSI FX600. It's a standard model and you'll get an Intel Core i3-330M, 2.13GHz CPU with Nvidia GeForce GT 325M graphics (1GB DDR3). RAM is 4GB and you'll also get 500GB of space on a SATA HDD. All very impressive when you consider it's just... >>

Facebook Places - How to avoid getting caught out by your partner

Facebook Places - How to avoid getting caught out by your partner

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Before we begin this guide, Pocket-lint would like to suggest that perhaps the best way to avoid falling out with your partner over Facebook Places would be to have a healthy, open and honest relationship in the first place, where your loved one isn’t... >>

Nikon D3100 vs Canon EOS 550D (Rebel Ti2)

Nikon D3100 vs Canon EOS 550D (Rebel Ti2)

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The first full HD video shooting Nikon camera has arrived in the shape of the Nikon D3100. It may be just one up from the baby of the whole Nikon DSLR range, but packed with the latest technology and crammed into the smallest body Nikon has produced,... >>

PoGo 3x4 Instant Print and Android app

PoGo 3x4 Instant Print and Android app

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Polaroid is getting bigger on its PoGo printers this Christmas with the launch of the Polaroid PoGo 3x4 Instant Print. As the name suggests, it has the identical functions to the straight PoGo that's been doing the rounds for a year or 2 now except it's... >>

Polaroid 300 instant camera

Polaroid 300 instant camera

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Pocket-lint got its hands on the first analogue return from Polaroid in the shape of the Polaroid 300 Instant Camera. There's certainly very little compact about it, but the bulk isn't matched by any kind of weight, so you won't have too much hassle in... >>

Lady Gaga Polaroid camera coming at the start of 2011

Lady Gaga Polaroid camera coming at the start of 2011

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Since Lady Gaga became a creative director at Polaroid Imaging Products the world - or at least the teenage one - has been waiting to see what the pop princess will come up with. Well, that moment is just around the corner with the first Gaga Polaroid... >>

The best touch and type mobile phones on the market

The best touch and type mobile phones on the market

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The Nokia X3 touch and type candy bar mobile phone has arrived with quite some claim - namely that it'll be the best 12-button touchscreen handset on the market. As swish as the sleek looking model in all its colourways is, like Nokia has said, the X3... >>

10 best office pranks for geeks

10 best office pranks for geeks

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Ah, the office prank. Got to love 'em, provided they're not pointed in one's own direction, of course. There's a million and one of them out there on the intertubes to inspire, ape and have a good giggle at but we are of the geeky persuasion, are we not?... >>

10 best Samsung Galaxy S accessories

10 best Samsung Galaxy S accessories

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So, you've just decided you'll be picking the Samsung Galaxy S over the HTC Desire and the iPhone. Good for you. The best news now is that you might have some spare change, but before you go blowing it on something extravagant like over-paying on your... >>

APP OF THE DAY - TweetDeck (Android)

APP OF THE DAY - TweetDeck (Android)

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When the official Twitter app came out for iPhone, Android and even the desktop, it seemed as if we'd heard the last of any third part action on the microblogging front. Well, not so according to Tweetdeck, which is not only still going strong but has... >>

The best fantasy football games for 2010/2011

The best fantasy football games for 2010/2011

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The Football League has begun, the Premiership is just moments from kick off and you might think that it’s just a case of sitting back and waiting for Saturday to come. You’re wrong. As a football fan, your job is far greater than watching the small... >>

The best iPad mods and hack jobs in the world

The best iPad mods and hack jobs in the world

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Any fool can own an iPad, but it takes some special kit these days to stand out from the crowd. So, if you're after a little inspiration as to what to get up to at the weekend and happen to have a garden shed full of power tools in your back garden, then... >>

Shoot like a pro - what camera do you need?

Shoot like a pro - what camera do you need?

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So you want to be a professional photographer or maybe you think you already are. Now that you've got the idea you need the kit to go with it, so the first thing that you need know without reading much further is that it ain't going to come cheap.While... >>

Sky vs Virgin Media vs BT Vision - which is the best for football?

Sky vs Virgin Media vs BT Vision - which is the best for football?

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With the football season upon us, it’s time to make sure you’re all set up to watch it, but with the Sky Sports channels everywhere these days, it’s not easy to work out who’s got what and the best way of doing things. As always, we consider it... >>

The best way to follow football online this season

The best way to follow football online this season

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The football season proper kicks off on 6 August 2010 and, for fans everywhere, there is much work to be done. While the uneducated may think it’s all about watching the matches or listening on the radio, we at Pocket-lint understand that football is... >>

Five Apple Stores to see before you die

Five Apple Stores to see before you die

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With the ribbon just cut on London's second flagship Apple Store in Covent Garden and with it the Jobs shop total worldwide reaching the 300 mark, something dawned on us here at Pocket-lint. There's a lot of them, aren't there?There's probably a pilgrimage... >>

Vonage app arrives for free calls to Facebook friends

Vonage app arrives for free calls to Facebook friends

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There's a new VoIP mobile application in town, to challenge the likes of Skype, Fring, TruPhone et al. And the good news is that it's out on both iPhone and Android.It's a free download to your handset, and rather than relying on building a community... >>

Best free MP3 download websites on the Internet

Best free MP3 download websites on the Internet

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Streaming music may be all the rage but you can't beat good old fashioned free MP3 downloads when you're on the move and struggling for internet connection. What's more, most of the mobile streaming services require a paid or pro account. So, instead,... >>

BlackBerry Torch vs Motorola Milestone vs Palm Pre Plus

BlackBerry Torch vs Motorola Milestone vs Palm Pre Plus

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So, after months of speculation the BlackBerry Torch touchcreen slider has been launched along with the BlackBerry 6 OS software. This flagship RIM handset will no doubt capture the hearts of hardcore BlackBarians the world over, who will doubtless head... >>

The BlackBerry phones of tomorrow

The BlackBerry phones of tomorrow

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RIM is set to make one or many BlackBerry announcements today. The invitations have been out for the company’s US press event for some time now and there’s been plenty of speculation about what is going to be launched. Are we looking at a new BlackBerry... >>

APP OF THE DAY: British and Irish Recipes (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: British and Irish Recipes (Android)

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Hungry? How does Beef Stew and Suet Dumplings sound followed by Bonfire Treacle Toffee? Yes, these British Isles' treats can be yours so long as you can be bothered to download an application for your Android phone. Oh, and actually go down to the shops... >>

Marshsall amps and how they're made

Marshsall amps and how they're made

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While at the launch of the Pure Evoke 1S Marshall DAB/FM radio, Pocket-lint was also privy to a tour of the Marshall Amplifier factory. If you’re a rock/audio junky you can arrange a visit of your own by appointment too but, just in case you happen... >>

Know your Boris Bike

Know your Boris Bike

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The London Cycle Hire scheme has officially kicked off. The Boris Bikes are in the docking stations ready to go and just waiting for you to sign up to the scheme, unless you can hang on for a few weeks when you can start paying for them at the stands.... >>

The best ebook readers in the world today

The best ebook readers in the world today

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Picking the best ebook readers in the world today is no easy task. The list of companies making these devices is as long as Marienbad My Love and as hard to get through as the autobiographical Reg Kray: A Way of Life. What with Amazon’s recent big news... >>

Panasonic launches the first 3D consumer camcorder

Panasonic launches the first 3D consumer camcorder

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Panasonic has announced what the company sees as the final piece in its 3D jigsaw puzzle - a 3D video camera that consumers are able to afford.The Panasonic HTC-SD750 is based on a single lens, 2D camcorder upgrade to the 700 series, but it comes with... >>

Panasonic takes on Flip with the HM-TA1

Panasonic takes on Flip with the HM-TA1

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Panasonic has joined the mini-cam market with the launch of the HM-TA1 pocket camcorder model.The device records at Full HD resolution onto an SD card while you watch all the action unfold on a 2-inch LCD screen. Rather than take the one button Flip approach,... >>

Flickr vs Picasa

Flickr vs Picasa

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What is better Flickr or Picasa? There are handful of popular photo-sharing services out there but it’s probably between two that most people will agonise. On the one hand Flickr has the long standing kudos with a name almost as synonymous with digital... >>

Acer Stream vs HTC Desire

Acer Stream vs HTC Desire

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It seems every week there's a new Android on the block, trying to its damnedest to take down the king. That's the price of being top of the heap when you're the HTC Desire. With the news that the Acer Stream is available from 8 August exclusively at eXpansys,... >>

10 best HTC Desire accessories

10 best HTC Desire accessories

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So Jobs is giving out free bumpers for the iPhone, but why should Apple users have all the fun? There?s a certain other highly popular smartphone on the market that has a plethora of toys and add ons all of its own. So whether you?re after a case, a dock... >>

What the hell is streaming?

What the hell is streaming?

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You can't move a muscle in this day and age without some clever clogs down the pub telling you in that casual smug way how they streamed item X to device Y and managed to enjoy something that only they were smart enough to do, most often for free, and... >>

ESSENTIALS: Software to improve your life - drop.io

ESSENTIALS: Software to improve your life - drop.io

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Dropbox is a fantastic sharing tool but it does rather rely on everyone else having it to get the most out of your experience. By the same token, Google Wave is a decent platform for collaboration but it's a touch slow, buggy, not everything works yet... >>

10 reasons why linear TV is here for the long term

10 reasons why linear TV is here for the long term

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iPlayer, Project Canvas, Google TV, Hulu, YouTube - name as many IPTV platforms and players as you like but the fact remains we'll still all be watching bog standard, beamed over the air and decoded, linear, live TV in 2020. And we're not talking a minority... >>