T-Mobile announced the international launch of the world’s first Android-powered mobile phone in partnership with Google.
ASUS unveiled the AiGuru SV1, the world’s first Skype Certified videophone dedicated to unlimited video calling over the Internet, without the need for a computer.
Kodak has introduced the first consumer-available wireless picture frame featuring innovative Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) technology that generates greater color depth and saturation than other displays, on panels that are substantially thinner, resulting in a sleek, low-profile design.
HTC unveiled its latest handsets: the HTC Touch HD, HTC Touch 3G and HTC Touch Viva.
Dell unveiled the Inspiron Mini 9, the small, easy-to-carry device ready to connect teens, tweens, travelers and “Tweeters” to their online world.
Nokia announced the availability of Nokia N96, its flagship multimedia computer in the iconic Nokia Nseries range.
Sony today took the wraps off its new wireless, multi-room audio system for listening to iPod players.
ZTE is enhancing 3G mobile TV viewing experience during the forthcoming Beijing 2008 Olympic Games as it officially rolls out U728, the industry’s first-TD-SCDMA TV handset, a wireless device that is capable of receiving crisp and quality TV signals.
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Samsung announced the launch of the Samsung innov8, which is to be made available in the global market from August 2008.
Delft University of Technology presented the minute DelFly Micro air vehicle. This successor to the DelFly I and II weighs barely 3 grams, and with its flapping wings is very similar to a dragonfly. Ultra-small, remote-controlled micro aircraft with cameras, such as this DelFly, may well be used in the future for observation flights in difficult-to-reach or dangerous areas.
To coincide with the Walkman phone’s third birthday, Sony Ericsson has unveiled three brand new mobile phones giving music on the go to more users than ever.
Dell announced the industry’s first convertible tablet with multi-touch capabilities on the award-winning Dell Latitude XT.
Apple today announced it sold its one millionth iPhone 3G on Sunday, just three days after its launch on Friday, July 11.
The iPhone is already among the top phones used for mobile browsing. 3G capability will drive usage even higher as the iPhone challenges its competitors.
HP announced that the latest HP TouchSmart PCs are available through consumer electronics retailers nationwide. The company states this is the only touch-enabled, all-in-one PCs in the marketplace.
D-Link announced that it is shipping the new Wi-Fi digital photo frame that lets users quickly display and share photos, as well as popular Internet content, using a convenient website or with a drag and drop widget.
Motorola today launched in China the latest members of its popular PDA series – MING A1600, MING A1800 and MOTO A810.
Garmin introduces the new nüvi 860, the first portable navigation device with full menu speech recognition and an impressive array of other features ranging from safety camera alerts and emergency location assistance to hands free calling and photo navigation with Google Panoramio.
Toshiba announced that it will enhance its Japanese line-up of Qosmio AV notebooks with the launch of new models, the Qosmio G50 series and Qosmio F40 series, that integrate the streaming media processing power of the TOSHIBA Quad Core HD Processor SpursEngine SE1000 (“SpursEngine”).
With a thousand eyes watching, Apple has unveiled the long-awaited second generation of its iPhone at the annual developers’ conference in San Francisco on June 9.
Samsung today announced two environment-friendly mobile handsets, W510 and F268 at World IT Show in Seoul.
Corsair announced today the new ultra-compact “Flash Voyager Mini” 4GB rubberized USB flash drive.
Apple today introduced the new iPhone 3G, combining all the revolutionary features of iPhone with 3G networking that is twice as fast as the first generation iPhone, built-in GPS for expanded location based mobile services, and iPhone 2.0 software which includes support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and runs the hundreds of third party applications already built with the recently released iPhone SDK.
Microsoft announced that a limited-edition Zune digital media player designed by Peter Saville will be made available to commemorate the DVD release of “Joy Division,” the critically acclaimed documentary.