CeBIT 2011 PREVIEW: Ford SYNC

Click here for more images of the Ford SYNC system Car giants Ford took this week's CeBIT technology expo in Hanover, Germany, as an opportunity to announce the global launch of their new connected dashboard system, SYNC. Already available…

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Gerald LynchCeBIT 2011 PREVIEW: Ford SYNC

CeBIT 2011 VIDEO: Fujitsu reveal world's first totally wireless PC display

If there's one unifying factor between all current desktop displays, it's that they need some sort of wired power connection before the screen will fire up. That may not be the case for much longer however, as Fujitsu showed off…

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Gerald LynchCeBIT 2011 VIDEO: Fujitsu reveal world's first totally wireless PC display

Nokia rolls out two rather boring mobile phones, the 6650 and 6124

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Over in Germany at CeBIT, Nokia has added two new handsets to their portfolio, the 6650 and 6124.

Exclusive to T-Mobile, the 6650 (left) offers HSDPA connectivity, GPS, 2.0-megapixel camera, plus standards such as a multimedia player with dedicated music keys, microSD slot, and Bluetooth. The 2.2″ TFT QVGA screen is encased in a stainless-steel clamshell outer, and contains 30MB…

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Katherine HannafordNokia rolls out two rather boring mobile phones, the 6650 and 6124

Consumer electronics companies look to more environmentally-friendly products

One of the issues that has been given some attention at CeBIT this year is creating more environmentally-friendly consumer electronics products. With ever-increasing regulations and concerns over spiralling energy usage, both in industry and amongst consumers, it's encouraging to hear…

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Andy MerrettConsumer electronics companies look to more environmentally-friendly products

CeBIT 2007: Just what is Commodore up to?

We've come a long way since the 8-bit days, that's for sure. One of the key stories from this year's CeBIT show so far has been the fact that Commodore is back with a vengeance. And happily, that doesn't just mean trading on the past glories of its C64 home computer, but is instead based on an entirely new generation of gadgets.

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Stuart DredgeCeBIT 2007: Just what is Commodore up to?