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  • Top 5 products to watch for at Mobile World Congress 2011

    Top 5 products to watch for at Mobile World Congress 2011

    Champing at the bit for Mobile World Congress 2011? Check out our top five new products to watch out for during next week's huge mobile computing event. 5

  • CES: best tech of 2011

    CES: best tech of 2011

    Want to know what will be hot in 2011? Check out these tech highlights from the show floor of CES 2011 in Las Vegas. 1

  • First look: Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc

    First look: Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc

    After a disappointing first attempt at Android, Sony Ericsson has returned in 2011 with a cracking first release, the Xperia Arc. We take a close look at CES 2011 in Las Vegas. 9

  • Hands on: Motorola Atrix and Webtop

    Hands on: Motorola Atrix and Webtop

    While the tech media at CES 2011 queued up for a chance to see the new Xoom tablet, it was the Atrix and accessories that stole the show. 7

  •  iDeath: Artist's 'shots' of Apple products

    iDeath: Artist's 'shots' of Apple products

    A San Francisco-based artist bought a load of Apple tech, just to destroy it in the name of art. 12

  • Top 100 Android apps

    Top 100 Android apps

    With Android sales sky-rocketing, we list our picks for the top 100 best apps on the Android Market. 7

  • MIUI: the best smartphone user interface?

    MIUI: the best smartphone user interface?

    There are elements we love about the iPhone user experience, and parts of Android we can't do without. What if we could combine these elements in a single smartphone system? 12

  • Hands on with Windows Phone 7

    Hands on with Windows Phone 7

    With the launch of Windows Phone 7 behind us, we take a closer look at some of the new handsets on offer from HTC, Samsung and LG. 2

  • LG Optimus T hands on

    LG Optimus T hands on

    LG's aiming low with its Android offerings, planning to scoop up those looking for an affordable smartphone with the Optimus T. 1

  • BlackBerry PlayBook is no toy

    BlackBerry PlayBook is no toy

    Research In Motion launched a tablet computer at its DevCon 2010 event, unveiling the PlayBook as a device it was careful to describe as professional-grade. 11

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