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Genius launches G-Shot HD550T budget HD camcorder

Genius launches G-Shot HD550T budget HD camcorder

By 14 January 2010

Genius has launched the G-Shot HD550T high definition camcorder in the UK. Offering 720p quality (1280 x 720 at 30 frames per second) film footage and 5-megapixel stills, it's a little like a horizontal version of the popular Flip-style PVCs we're seeing... >>

Nokia N900 internet tablet handset announced

Nokia N900 internet tablet handset announced

By 27 August 2009

Nokia has confirmed the truth in recent internet rumours by announcing the launch of the ARM-powered Nokia N900. Running Maemo 5, an open source, Linus-based OS, the claim is that it delivers a "PC-like experience on a handset-sized device". Nokia has... >>

Nokia 6700 Classic
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Nokia 6700 Classic

By 8 July 2009

The Nokia 6700 Classic replaces their popular 6300 model, living breathing proof that not everyone wants a smartphone. The 6700 takes the candybar form and our review version was chrome, which looks utterly stunning: it gets a little smeary, but looks... >>

Sony Ericsson C903
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Sony Ericsson C903

By 29 June 2009

If there is one thing that Sony Ericsson is good at, it's creating every-which-way phones. Across their Cyber-shot range, which are primarily focused on imaging, you have a number different design twists on phones spanning a variety of hardware features.... >>

LG announces GW520 and GT505 phones

LG announces GW520 and GT505 phones

By 29 May 2009

LG has announced the launch of two handsets oriented around social networking - the GW520 and GT505. Both of them "enable consumers to be at the heart of their online communities anytime", claims the company. The handsets support "push" social networking... >>

AgfaPhoto launches sensor 830s and 530s

AgfaPhoto launches sensor 830s and 530s

By 2 March 2009

AgfaPhoto has launched two new cameras at PMA 2009 which utilise the company's trademark "red sensor button" first seen in 1969. The sensor 830s and 530s will be the first digital cameras from the company to feature the red sensor button, which will apparently... >>

Acer thrusts itself into the smartphone market

Acer thrusts itself into the smartphone market

By 16 February 2009

Acer assembled the world’s press at the Casa Batllo, Gaudi’s masterpiece on the Paseo de Gracia, Barcelona, to announce that they were taking the smartphone market by storm. Confirming that 2009 would see (deep breath) eight Windows Mobile handsets... >>

HTC Touch Diamond2 debuts

HTC Touch Diamond2 debuts

By 16 February 2009

HTC has announced a new version of its popular HTC handset, the HTC Touch Diamond, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The new 175 gram handset, which will be dubbed the HTC Touch Diamond 2, will offer the usual array of HSDPA, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth... >>

Casio launches new touchscreen phone in Japan

Casio launches new touchscreen phone in Japan

By 13 February 2009

Casio has launched a new phone in Japan that bridges the gap between a clamshell phone and an iPhone-esque touchscreen. Having been slow to take up the touchscreen phone in Asia, it seems iPhone's influence has finally won over, as Casio's CA001 phone... >>

Sony Ericsson C903 Cyber-shot launches

Sony Ericsson C903 Cyber-shot launches

By 10 February 2009

We brought you the rumours, and now we have the news - Sony Ericsson has announced the launch of the C903 Cyber-shot phone - "made for taking memorable pictures with ease". The slimline slider has a protective sliding lens cover, dedicated camera keys... >>