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What the hell is IFA 2010?

What the hell is IFA 2010?

By 13 July 2010

Every end of August/beginning of September we go a bit nuts at Pocket-lint and start prefacing just about all of our articles with the letters IFA followed by whatever year it might be. Hardened readers will know exactly what’s going on, but for those... >>

2009: A year in review, September

2009: A year in review, September

By 30 December 2009

On to September, which started with a bang at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin. Not one of those flat, comic-book style bangs, either - a massive 3-dimensional bang as just about every manufacturer in the world unveiled a 3D product. There was 3D home cinema... >>

Samsung N130, N140 and N510 netbooks

Samsung N130, N140 and N510 netbooks

By 30 September 2009

There's nothing wildly spectacular about the looks of the refresh to the Samsung N-series netbooks but then there isn't supposed to be. The tech giant has affordability in mind with the N130 and N140 which are designed to take over from the popular NC10.... >>

Samsung Galaxy i7500 - First Look  review
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Samsung Galaxy i7500 - First Look review

By 15 September 2009

While Samsung's Galaxy i7500 Android handset is struggling to make it to the UK's shores following a series of delays, that didn't stop us hunting down the new model at IFA to find out whether HTC finally has a competitor. The Samsung Galaxy, or i7500... >>

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 camera - First Look  review
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 camera - First Look review

By 8 September 2009

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 is the company's latest Micro Four Thirds camera and takes a different approach to the models previous released. Rather than come as a miniature version of a DSLR camera, as before, Panasonic have followed Olympus with their... >>

Vodafone leaks LG Etna Android phone

Vodafone leaks LG Etna Android phone

By 8 September 2009

LG's first Android phone - apparently called the "Etna" - has been leaked by mobile phone operator Vodafone. German website "Chip Online" spotted the QWERTY keyboard-equipped Etna at the Vodafone booth at the recent IFA 2009 show. Sadly, they only snapped... >>

Sony Bravia 3DTV - First Look  review
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Sony Bravia 3DTV - First Look review

By 7 September 2009

When it comes to TVs, 3D is the new buzzword. Well it certainly was at this year's IFA, Europe's largest consumer electronics show. But is the technology at a point that we really will be embracing it in our living rooms in 2010? We took a long hard look... >>

Krator Orpheus WG-07 guitar controller

Krator Orpheus WG-07 guitar controller

By 7 September 2009

Wandering the halls of Berlin's IFA trade show, we came across a company called Krator, whose website claims it just sells speakers. It was exhibiting a lot more, though, including this awesome guitar controller for PC and PS3. It's called the Krator... >>

Frog-shaped bug-zapper produced

Frog-shaped bug-zapper produced

By 7 September 2009

In dark corners of the IFA trade show floor lie stalls from obscure Chinese companies that make the weirdest stuff. We've seen self-cleaning toilet seats, all the odd-shaped thumb drives you could imagine, and more circuitboards and cables than at a robotics... >>

Logitech's Darkfield Mice

Logitech's Darkfield Mice

By 7 September 2009

Although we've seen press shots of Logitech's Darkfield mice, which claim to be able to track even on glass surfaces. Here's a few photos of what they look like outside of studio lighting. They're rather pretty, we think. The larger, weird-shaped one... >>