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Thursday morning brings us not just one step closer to the weekend, but also a ridiculous amount of frenzied speculation about the next-generation iPhone.
Exclusive TechRadar takes an exclusive peek inside Panasonic's Eco & UD House. It's a tech-testbed for the high-tech green lifestyles we should all be living by 2010
Next week sees the start of the latest skirmish in Japan's increasingly bloody mobile phone war, with the arrival of the freshest handsets from market leader NTT DoCoMo.
Wednesday morning brings with it the slightly less than exciting news from the US that Microsoft has finally unveiled a little of its next PC operating system, currently codenamed Windows 7.
Exclusive For some reason Matsushita is a company that has a dowdy image that’s way off kilter with what it actually does. Sony, Nintendo and plenty of others seem way cooler somehow, but why?
Exclusive You may not have heard of them before, but tiny Japanese software house Eitarosoft is on the brink of something very big that threatens some very comfortable giants in the business.
Amid all the fuss about 3G versions of certain phones, we like to keep mostly quiet about the fact that it's no big deal to most people - after all, a call's a call, whether on a 2G or 3G network.
Just over a year after they agreed to work together, NTT DoCoMo and McDonald's Japan have finally come up with a product using the phone giant's RFID-equipped handsets.
Monday morning and - whaddya know? - we hear that Microsoft is back sniffing round Yahoo again with a view to buying at least some of the internet specialist.
It's the last day of the working week for most of us, but for one unfortunate man, the last day of his life has become a vaguely ludicrous debate over the influence technology has on our lives.
Exclusive NTT DoCoMo's crack squad of powder-blue-suited spokesmodels ushered us off to see the company's vision of the future in a specially constructed facility on the 29th floor of a Tokyo skyscraper
Tuesday morning and all is well in the tech world - apart, that is, for builders of cheapo laptops interested in selling them with Windows XP pre-installed.