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Nokia are currently testing a phone broadband solution that gets around 172Mb/s in real situations....speedy!
Intel and Nokia have merged their Linux projects to bring about a new, flexible platform.
A Nokia Lumia 920 saved a man's life. When a wall collapsed, the man covered his head with his smartphone, softening the blow of the debris.
Nokia to continue their dominant market share with their open source OS
Nokia have signed up Sony Ericsson, NEC and Alacatel-Lucent to its plans for a 4G wireless network system
Nokia and Intel - today joined hands in a long-term agreement to develop a new mobile platform.
Mozilla finally got around to releasing its first Firefox browser for mobile phones; the new browser went live on Friday on Nokia’s Maemo platform.
Not a huge amount of news this week but still news none the less.
So in a brave step OC3D have decided to stop posting news. Shocked? Read on to find out why.
CoolIT Systems, known for their high performance MTE liquid cooling systems, today announced its endorsement for the new Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA)
Wake up and smell the news! This weeks news roundup hot from the oven.
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GAMES NEWS has trickled out over Christmas, with the industry focused on sales rather than product launches and important news releases. A few interesting hacks have emerged; read on to find out more...
LG has some big news for us from CES. Some big news on products and information from LG, at least one of which, may save you some serious money. Read on for more information...
Long standing rumour becomes confimed.
With lots of new hardware appearing in recent months it's time for us to revisit our recommended systems.
CoolIT systems have introduced a customizable watercooling system.
Small factor PC manufacturer Shuttle today announced the addition of two new Embedded Slim series systems to their portfolio.
Awesome phone tech to come in 2009?
Dell is apparently listening to clientelle, and has already announced plans to offer more machines without operating systems, along with a plan to reduce the amount of pre-installed software on its other systems.
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