NASA hoping to return man to moon by 2021
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As some commentators talk up the possibilities of voice recognition technology, one voice-to-text company appears to have fallen foul of the problems inherent in making it work.
Yahoo! has launched its new-look homepage across the UK and Europe today, allowing users able to access other Yahoo!-owned domains and popular external sites with fewer clicks.
Olympus has added three new 12MP models to its FE range of colourful and easy to use compact digital cameras, along with a 12MP metal-bodied addition to its stylish mju stable.
Hot on the heels of its W1 3D announcement, Fujifilm has also launched four new digital compacts along with a superzoom bridge camera.
Fujifilm has announced that the world's first compact digital camera able to deliver 3D images and movies will shortly be going on sale.
Denon, Shure and Untrasone have all launched new headphone models ranging from budget in-ear buds to extravagant and costly over-the-ear cans.
Online business directory service Yell.com has struck a deal with video tutorial site VideoJug to provide around 50,000 of its "how to" and "ask the expert" videos.
The US Consumer Electronics Association has warned that overall revenues within the consumer electronics sector are likely to fall by 7.7% to $165 billion by the end of 2009.
Universal Studios is to launch a Blu-ray app for iPhone and iPod Touch that will allow users to access bonus content from the movie they're watching.
Toshiba has announced two new Wi-Fi enabled digital photo frames able to support FrameChannel.
Researchers from the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory are looking at expanding the ways the humble lamp-post can be used, including traffic management and data services
Parajet Automotive has begun taking pre-orders for its innovative Skycar – a fully road-legal four-wheeled vehicle that can also fly.
iKey Industrial Peripherals, formerly Texas Industrial Peripherals has launched a wrist-mounted keyboard that allows its wearer to input data on the go.
A tiny glass telescope about the size of a garden pea could hold the answer to patients suffering from an otherwise untreatable type of eye disease.
'Portable' device used cassette recorder as memory card
A poster on the OQO Talk forums appears to have turned his Vista-operating UMPC into a something capable of running Leopard
Wii Fit only part of the solution, not the solution iitself
Sony has announced that it is to double the annual production of Bravia LCD TVs at its Nitra manufacturing plant in Slovakia from two million to four million by the end of 2008
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Shrewd financial investment, corporate altruism or just another brand extension?
Will the music industry's PR own-goals ever cease?
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