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

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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

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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
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Sony Bravia 3DTV - First Look

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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

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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

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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

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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... >>

Korean self-cleaning toilet seat

Korean self-cleaning toilet seat

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A Korean company called Moolsarang was getting a lot of attention at IFA 2009, so we took a closer look at its stand to see what the fuss was about. Turns out that Moolsarang makes all manner of toilet seats. Its flagship product is the MS-3100, which... >>

Hoshino launches biodegradable USB drive

Hoshino launches biodegradable USB drive

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Prowling around the quieter corners of the floor of the IFA tradeshow, we discovered a company from Shenzhen in China called Hoshino that's selling what it claims is the world's first biodegradable USB flash drive. We were told by the company that once... >>

HANNSpree's cuddly TVs

HANNSpree's cuddly TVs

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We showed you press pictures of HANNSpree's cuddly animal televisions back in July, but here's a few pictures from the IFA show floor of what the cute little tellies look like in the flesh. Or in the fur, perhaps. The Polar Bear, Giraffe, Camel and Zebra... >>

XSKN shows iPhone keyboard prototype

XSKN shows iPhone keyboard prototype

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Chinese case manufacturer XSKN, which is infamous for correctly revealing the shape of the iPhone 3G, as well as offering a case for the "iPhone nano", also produces a range of keyboard skins for Apple software, like Final Cut Pro, and Logic. However,... >>