Author: Chris Cornwell
IFA 2007: The Phillips Aurea
Susi from Shiny Shiny takes a closer look at Phillips Aurea, a new ambient lighting enabled TV that Phillips is convinced will revolutionise television. You can take a look at more coverage from the Phillips press conference here.
IFA 2007: Samsung YP-P2 Hands-on
Ashley goes hands-on with the Samsung YP-P2, a new portable media player that’s worth a look if you’re on the search for an iPod alternative. It’ll feature a 480 x 272 pixel touch screen, a Bluetooth, and a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio. You can find more on it here.
IFA 2007: The VP-HMX10C HD camcorder hands-on
Camcorder buffs among you might be interested in the VP-HMX10C, a new hi-def camcorder from Samsung. It sports a 2.7-inch high res touch panel screen, packing in 8GB of internal memory and the ability to record h.264 encoded video in 720p. It's also got a cool swivelly handle thingy.
IFA 2007: Hands-on with the new LG Viewty
Shiny Shiny’s Susi goes hands-on with the new LG Viewty at this year’s IFA. With similar aesthetics to the Prada phone, it boasts a touchscreen keypad, a 5 megapixel camera and 120 FPS video camera. More details are available here.
IFA 2007: Phillips and Swaroski's Active Crystal earphones and USB Drive
Susi from Shiny Shiny has a few moments at the IFA Phillips booth to check out Phillips and Swaroski's more-fashion orientated tech accesories.
IFA 2007: The Sony Ericsson K770i and K850i
Shiny Shiny’s Alex Roumbas takes some time at the IFA Sony exhibition stall to check out a couple of new phones: the Sony Ericsson K770i and K850i.
IFA 2007: LG shows off "Design Art' LCD TVs
Today's top tech stories from the US
Some more diamonds from the mine of US tech news. Nikon's coolpix S4 6.0 megapixel camera (engadget): Cool looking camera that uses a swiveling lens to get a full 10x optical zoom. Bowling Machine no match for humankind (engadget): The…
Ten things you didn't know about PSPs*
The PSP is out. In fact, by now the PSP is already probably gone, given the demand for the things and Sony's unwillingness to ship enough to meet supply. In any case, here's a list of ten little snippets of…