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Samsung Wave II and Friends Join Bada OS Family

Samsung has announced a sequel to the Samsung Wave and also added three other new devices to its range of Wave handsets, all of which are powered by its home-grown Bada OS The new phones are the Wave II, the Wave 525, the Wave 533, and the Wave 575 and all feature Samsung’s Social Hub interface  Full Article…

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T3 iPad edition goes on sale

The eagerly awaited T3 iPad edition has gone on sale through the Apple store, with the TechRadar stablemate offering up a high-tech tablet version of its monthly magazine. The T3 iPad edition is not merely the magazine content, but also a host of extras including videos and images. On this occasion we’re willing to risk  Full Article…

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Nikon D3S

When the Nikon D3 was launched in August 2007, it had an immediate impact on the DSLR market, and not only in the professional sector. The D3 was Nikon’s first DSLR with an FX (full frame) CMOS sensor, but its major selling point, in the minds of many photographers at the time, was its unparalleled  Full Article…

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Galaxy S Android 2.2 Froyo update begins to trickle out

Based on breathless reports we’re seeing on Twitter and in the XDA-Developers’ forums, it would appear that an official Android 2.2 Froyo update has, as promised, finally been released. Our Nordic friends are the first to report seeing the build I9000 JPM update in the latest version of Samsung’s Kies PC software. It’s early days  Full Article…

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Sky: YouView will be a niche product

Sky’s director of broadband and telephony has told TechRadar that she believes the BBC-backed IPTV project YouView will stay a niche product for “quite some time”. Speaking to TechRadar as the company released a major survey into internet usage, Delia Bushel said that the likely impact of YouView was being overstated. She believes that the  Full Article…

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Google’s driverless car drives interest in driverless cars

Self-driving cars are hardly new. We’ve seen dozens of automatic vehicles over the years, many of which have seen advances driven (so to speak) by various DARPA challenges. But now that Google’s involved — whoa! — the mainstream media is suddenly whipped into a frenzy of hyperbolic proclamations about the future. Still, it is fascinating  Full Article…

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Windows Phone 7 Finally Arrives

It’s been in development for what seems like an age and along the way we’ve learnt it will have some missing features, like no copy and paste, it has a radical new design based around large Live Tiles rather than small shortcuts, it will be closely linked in with your Xbox Live service so you can synchronise  Full Article…

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Epic Citadel

Epic Citadel isn’t much of an application in itself – it’s purely a tech demo of the Unreal engine for mobile platforms. It’s not a game, just a 3D castle that you can walk around in real-time and admire. It’s well worth doing so though, simply because of how impressive it is. Controlling it with  Full Article…

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Canon EOS-1D Mark IV

The Canon EOS 1D Mark IV is the fifth generation of Canon’s speed-orientated range of professional DSLRs. It retains the two-grip form factor of the original, 4MP EOS-1D launched in September 2001 (itself building on the integrated grip of the film-era EOS-1N RS, also the first to offer 10fps shooting, albeit without AF between shots).  Full Article…

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AMD launching next generation of Radeon graphics cards next week, shipping by end of the year

The attentive newshounds over at AnandTech have picked out a golden nugget of disclosure from AMD’s earnings call last night, citing CEO Dirk Meyer as saying “we will be launching our second-generation DX11 graphics offerings next week.” What he’s talking about, of course, is the highly anticipated refresh of the Radeon HD 5000 series, which  Full Article…

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