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CES 2011: Weird and wonderful tech

The dust has settled from CES, but some of the gadgets that went on display have made a lasting impression. ZDNet UK presents a rundown of CES 2011's most eye-catching tech

January 12, 2011

Single charger coming for mobile phones

Mobile-industry leaders agree to use Micro-USB as a single standard for phone chargers, promising to reduce the number of chargers shipped and the number needed by users to revive their handsets

February 17, 2009 by

Samsung develops NaBee Wireless USB solution for digital cameras

Cameras with built-in Wi-Fi haven't been as plentiful as you might expect, considering the extra step it eliminates of either plugging the camera into a USB port or inserting the memory card into a slot in order to upload photos. But this week Samsung (along with chipmaker Alereon) announced a new wireless solution that it hopes will make more of an impact with the digital shutterbugs of the world.

September 25, 2008 by

Samsung multi-function printers scan direct to USB

Unfortunately, one of the least used features on all-in-one multi-function printers and heavy duty copier/scanner/printer machines is the scan function because it's simply too complicated.  If you're lucky, IT will set up your email account as a preconfigured setting and they'll teach you how to scan a document to your email inbox.

January 13, 2008 by

Samsung's 80GB USB 'pocket drive'

ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind talks to Samsung's director of harddrive marketing, Andy Higginbotham, about the company's new line of harddrive products. The lineup includes a 1-terabyte hard drive, a newnotebook drive running Vista, and a new pocket-size 80-gigabyte drive.

July 12, 2007 by

Excited by 3G? Wait for 4G

Third-generation mobile technology has arrived, duly accompanied by a barrage of hype. But the industry is already casting its eyes forward to the next big thing — 4G.

May 25, 2003 by

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