From Apple's latest shiny playthings to the best smartphones from Google, we pick our favourite gadgets of 2013
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Tuesday 05 January 2010
Speculation that Apple will soon unveil a tablet-style gadget for consuming music, movies, books and other media is intensifying.
Saturday 19 December 2009
US Outlook: Long queues at the checkout in a Borders store in Manhattan last weekend, but instead of being a good sign for the ailing bookseller, I watched a business model crumbling in front of my eyes.
Tuesday 08 December 2009
Amazon.com will add two features to the Kindle e-book reader to make the gadget more accessible to blind and vision-impaired users.
Sunday 06 December 2009
Sunday 06 December 2009
Wednesday 25 November 2009
Monday 02 November 2009
The newest version of Nintendo's popular handhold game console, with its large screen that's easier on the eyes and bigger stylus similar to an ordinary pen, has led some to assume it is intended to lure older gamers.
Sunday 25 October 2009
Wednesday 21 October 2009
Barnes & Noble has unveiled a new electronic-book reader that will compete with Amazon.com's Kindle in a still-small arena where some see bookselling's future.
Friday 16 October 2009
Wednesday 14 October 2009
Friday 09 October 2009
Thursday 08 October 2009
Monday 05 October 2009
Friday 02 October 2009
Amazon.com has agreed that it won't remove e-books from US users' Kindle electronic readers without their permission, as part of a proposed settlement of a lawsuit over the online retailer's deletion of a George Orwell novel from a high school student's e-reader.
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