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When using our phone endangers our health

A new study reports that “technoference” from using our mobile phones is having a negative impact our sleep, health and productivity.


Handheld maker offers smartphone

Handheld computer maker Handspring Inc launched its Treo 600 here yesterday, marking its latest foray into the smartphone market.


A year of ‘kewl’ stuff ...

The low-down on hitech toys and technologies that changed our lifestyles this year and a look on more digital goodies in the pipeline.


Orange launches world’s smallest smartphone

France Telecom-owned mobile operator Orange has launched a new smartphone that is one-third smaller than its predecessor and said the handset is the world's smallest that can handle computer applications.


Nokia launches five new models to stave off rivals

Finland's Nokia, the world's largest mobile phone maker, launched five new models on Monday, including one billed as the world's smallest 3G phone, as it seeks to claw back market share from rivals.


New PDA models poised to double O2 Asia sales this year

DATA devices and services provider O2 Asia is looking at doubling its sales in 2004 with the launch of a new handphone and handheld computer, according to country manager (Malaysia) Ng Kien Lock.


Smartphone: ‘Smartest’ way to communicate

Nokia has launched its latest 'smartphone,' the Nokia 9300 Communicator, which combines a mobile phone with the more sophisticated features of a handheld computer.


Astro launches mobile TV broadcasting

Astro All Asia Networks Plc (Astro), which joined Maxis Communications Bhd and Nokia to showcase a live demonstration of Mobile TV broadcasting to Malaysians, plans to move forward from the demo stage to commercial services in the near future.


Tiny toys

LOOKING for a compact 3G phone? Try the all-new SGH-Z500 from Samsung, which claims that this is the smallest 3G phone in the market.


No more waiting: laptops, computing devices get instant-on makeovers

LAS VEGAS: Tick. Tick. Tick. The dreaded waiting period for a computer to boot up is all too familiar.