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Ice Cream Sandwich confirmed, what’s next?

Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb...if you are familiar with the Google Android OS then these names probably ring a bell. Each of these desserts is a code name for different platform updates from Android. Read more about Android code names

What is Giffgaff?

We take a look at the 'community run' mobile phone network and see what advantages and disadvantages there are to turning your back on one of the big boys. Read more about Giffgaff

Apple to announce iPhone 5 on 4 October?

The latest in the long line of Apple iPhone 5 rumours is that the device will be unveiled by new CEO Tim Cook on 4 October. Read more on the Apple iPhone 5

Nikon joins mirrorless movement with V1 and J1 system cameras

Nikon has finally bowed to the relentless enthusiasm for compact system cameras and released its own long-awaited offering - the Nikon 1 system. Leading the way are the new Nikon V1 and Nikon J1 compact system cameras. Read more about the Nikon V1 and J1 cameras

HTC Rhyme unveiled

HTC has unveiled the Rhyme, a coloured smartphone aimed at female users. Read more about the HTC Rhyme

Nikon expected to launch major new camera

A micro-site has been set up in the distinctive Nikon font with yellobackground. The website simply says 'I AM COMING', a message that is inline with and in the style of Nikon's current 'I am...' branding campaign. But what is it that's coming? Read our Nikon predictions

Samsung to ban the iPhone 5 before it even launches

The iPhone 5 looks set to be at the new centre of patent war, with Samsung making moves to have it banned in Korea before its even gone on sale. Read more about the iPhone 5

YouTube launches new video editor

YouTube has unveiled new editing features to help users improve their videos without the need for using third party software. Read more about the new YouTube editor

Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray goes on sale

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray has found its way into shops and can now be picked up free on contract. Read more about the Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray

What are QR codes?

QR codes are similar to bar codes that we are used to seeing on product packaging and the back covers of books. But instead of being a series of lines, QR codes have a more complicated design. Their purpose is to guide smartphone users to specific content. (more…)