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Sharp Galapagos E-Media Tablet hands-on

Sharp Galapagos E-Media Tablet hands-on

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Sharp is just one of many companies that have announced tablet devices at CES, and we tracked down the two models for a close-up look. The two devices - with screen sizes of 5.5 and 10.8 inches - are currently only available in Japan, but a US model is... >>

Star Wars Blu-ray now on pre-order

Star Wars Blu-ray now on pre-order

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If you know your Wookies from your Banthas and you still fiercely guard, or possibly even play with, your prized action figure collection, then you'll be pleased to hear that the complete Star Wars saga is coming to Blu-ray in September 2011, and is now... >>

LG Optimus Black hands-on

LG Optimus Black hands-on

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LG's new Optimus Black handset is "the world's slimmest mobile device", says the maker, measuring in at just 9.2mm thick. We've managed to get a closer look at the new gadget on LG's stand at CES. The Android 2.2 handset certainly is slim and also feels... >>

Panasonic Viera Tablet officially unveiled

Panasonic Viera Tablet officially unveiled

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Panasonic used its CES press conference to officially announce its Viera Tablet, which is due out by the end of 2011. The device is designed to work with a variety of cloud services in conjunction with the maker's Viera televisions. The Viera tablet -... >>

Sharp unveils 70in Aquos Quattron TV

Sharp unveils 70in Aquos Quattron TV

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Sharp has super-sized its TV offering with a range of massive 70in models sporting the company's Quattron technology. Unveiled at the Las Vegas-based CES show, the LC-70LE732U combines the Quattron range's Quad Pixel technology - which adds yellow pixels... >>

Sharp showcases Galapagos E-Media Tablet

Sharp showcases Galapagos E-Media Tablet

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Sharp has joined the roster of manufacturers offering tablet devices with its new Galapagos E-Media Tablet. Showcased at the company's CES press conference in Las Vegas, the new device is now available in Japan and is set to launch in the US in the second... >>

LG SmartTV Upgrader ST600 adds web features to any television

LG SmartTV Upgrader ST600 adds web features to any television

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LG's new SmartTV Upgrader (ST600) set-top box enables you to transform any set with an HDMI port into a web-enabled TV. This means that you'll be able to use LG's new Smart TV platform which offers access to movies, sport, videos and customisable apps,... >>

LG Optimus 2X unveiled

LG Optimus 2X unveiled

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LG has confirmed that its Optimus 2X handset, the world's first to feature a dual-core processor, will launch in early 2011. We were treated to a sneak peek of the new mobile at LG's CES press conference in Las Vegas, where the brand confirmed that the... >>

2010: A year in review, December

2010: A year in review, December

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New Year's Eve is upon us so it's time to prep the party poppers, chill the bubbly and make the resolutions that you'll have forgotten by the morning. But before all that, it's time to take a look at the biggest stories from the past 12 months - last... >>

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse
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Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse

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Any consumer tech company worth its salt knows that it's all about touch-operation nowadays and that's why Apple unveiled its Magic Trackpad back in the summer of 2010 and Microsoft announced its Arc Touch Mouse not long afterwards, following a series... >>

Technology in 2011: Pocket-lint's predictions

Technology in 2011: Pocket-lint's predictions

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With Christmas out of the way, we're just a hop, skip and a jump away from seeing in the New Year. January brings CES - the biggest tech show in the world which will be where thousands of new gadgets make their debut. But what kind of innovations can... >>

Lomography Sprocket Rocket
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Lomography Sprocket Rocket

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Analogue camera maker Lomography (or Lomo, to those in the know) has been driving the public's desire for retro cameras for a while now. Following on from the sucess of its first product (the LC-A+) and it's popular Diana F+ and Diana Mini models, the... >>

2010: A year in review, August

2010: A year in review, August

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We're now just days away from getting inebriated in order to celebrate the coming of the new year, but before we take our first sip of celebratory bubbly, we've still got time to take a look at the biggest stories from the past 12 months. August can be... >>

2010: A year in review, April

2010: A year in review, April

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As we make preparations for New Year celebrations, the alarmingly futuristic-sounding 2011 is waiting just around the corner. But before we take our first tentative steps into the new year, it's time to take a look at the biggest stories from the last... >>

2010: A year in review, March

2010: A year in review, March

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It'll soon be 2011, but before we start gearing up for another big year of tech, which kicks off in January with the Las Vegas-based tech show CES, lets take a look at the highlights from the last 12 months. Although news can be a little thin on the ground... >>

How to get rid of unwanted Christmas presents

How to get rid of unwanted Christmas presents

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We've all been there. Christmas day is done and dusted and along with a pile of fabulous pressies and a turkey and Christmas pudding hangover, you've got a few gifts that are so terrible, you know you'll never use them. Whether it's a pair of novelty... >>

2010: A year in review, January

2010: A year in review, January

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2011 is nearly upon us and with that comes one of the biggest events in the tech calendar - the CES show in Las Vegas. But before we take a look at the products of the future, it's time to take a fun walk down memory lane as we look back at the biggest... >>

Flip Video UltraHD
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Flip Video UltraHD

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Flip more or less invented the pocket camcorder market so when we heard that it was launching an updated range, we were very keen to get our mitts on them. The third-generation Flip UltraHD is similar to the last model, with its 720p video capture, although... >>

Predictions for CES 2011

Predictions for CES 2011

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January is fast approaching and that can only mean two things. Firstly, New Year's resolutions that you'll never keep and secondly, the biggest tech show in the world - CES. Gadget fever will soon be sweeping the globe as the international techie press... >>

Affordable last minute Christmas gift ideas

Affordable last minute Christmas gift ideas

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We're now truly in the realms of 'last-miniute' Christmas shopping. Maybe your smug internet-based shopping activities have been scuppered by the snow with your parcels trapped in a blizzard-laden depot in Scotland or maybe you've just left it all until... >>

What's on TV over Christmas?

What's on TV over Christmas?

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Obviously we know that the The Sound of Music, The Great Escape and a Bond film or three are likely to be making an appearance on TV this Christmas, but what else is there to get stuck into? Forget the Queen's speech - we've rounded up a selection of... >>

Best weather apps for iPhone

Best weather apps for iPhone

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As many of us are still in the grips of the big freeze, or "snow chaos" as the newspapers like to call it, getting out and about can be tricky. No one wants to be caught in a blizzard or sliding around on the ice like a particularly uncoordinated Z-lister... >>

Samsung NF210
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Samsung NF210

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The last year or so has seen the laptop market being flooded with a series of netbooks which are proving popular thanks to their compact designs and affordable prices. There may be a huge selection to choose from, but a great deal of the products are... >>

Memorex PurePlay
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Memorex PurePlay

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The rise of the all-powerful iPod has seen the birth of a totally new category that didn't exist 10 years ago - iPod docks. While there's a a huge selection to choose from including high-end models such as Philips' Fedelio DS9000, there are also plenty... >>

CES explained

CES explained

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Every year, around this time, we start banging on about something called CES. If you're a seasoned tech fan, then chances are that you know only too well what we're bleating about. However, if you're a newbie to the world of gadgets, or to Pocket-lint,... >>