Toshiba go speed crazy with a battery that recharges in just a minute (thank goodness) and a super fast 512Mb XDR chip.
Archive for March, 2005
We’re fascinated by the machinations of the online gaming world, but disturbed by the latest twist. A Chinese gamer gets stabbed by real sword after stealing a cyber one.
Microsoft introduces new online video service for Windows Mobile devices, such as Portable Media Centers, Smartphones and Pocket PCs.
Bandwidth? Everyone in the entire village of Nuenen, Netherlands has got 100Mb. Not only that, it’s also using an innovative, customer-owned business model.
Dutch Vodafone service will allow customers to block adult content on their mobile handsets.
A new form for video games distribution emerges, USB Drive/Flash memory offers preloaded bonus video game and extras.
One the same day as Digital TV penetration reaches over 60% in the UK, two villages in lovely, lovely Wales say “Da boch chi” (Goodbye) to old analogue TV and “Hylo” to digital-only TV.
After their iFlop at CeBIT , Motorola unveils its all-singing and dancing (and flashing) new music phones at the M3 Summit in Miami.
Londoners willingly hand out their personal details to strangers in the street.
British company wants to create smart lampposts offering wi-fi access location based services.