By ZDNet UK
for Between the Lines
| January 14, 2005 -- 10:33 GMT (02:33 PST)
| Topic: Tech Industry
Unusual tech idols, so many Raspberry Pis, pioneer mobiles, luxury smartwatches, failed launches: Photos
3D body parts, iPhone privacy, tech's undead, vintage Macs, drool-worthy canteen food and more: Photos of the month
Robot dog, best AI films, iPhone 6 launch, Cold War bunker, email overload: Photos of the month
3D sweets, bots for tots, see-through trucks, Arduino pianos, and more: Photos
China tech spending to hit $273B amidst US trade war, slowing economy
Samsung launches "smallest" image sensor for full-screen phones
Samsung's ISOCELL Slim 3T2 is 1/3.4 inches in size and can fit into full-screen smartphones.
New 2016 iPhone SE for $249? Apple's clearance models sell out fast
The iPhone SE made a brief appearance on Apple's clearance page, but rapidly sold out.
Smaller, cheaper: How these tiny satellites are spinning off new space data movement
Finnish microsatellite maker ICEYE is part of a wave of startups providing Earth data to business and governments.
WiFi firmware bug affects laptops, smartphones, routers, gaming devices
List of impacted devices includes PS4, Xbox One, Samsung Chromebooks, and Microsoft Surface devices.
Verizon to roll out free robocoll spam protection to all customers
Call Filter service to be made available to all wireless and wired customers with compatible phones in March 2019.
Canon Brazil appoints new leadership
Masaharu Choki takes the helm after 15 of unchanged leadership with "high expectations" from top management.
Safe to buy refurbished devices? Why this startup thinks it's better than buying new
Startup Back Market believes it's changing consumers' perceptions of refurbished products.
Reliance Jio's Q3 net profit climbs to $119m while ARPU declines
The Indian telco has posted net profit of $119 million, an increase of 65 percent year on year.