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TCL's clear displays for windows and fridges

In addition to its TV range, TCL had some other, very clever displays on show at CES 2013.

By 15 January 2013


How LG's G3 plans to break the iPhone-Galaxy S stranglehold

The G3's key brand dilemma: it's not an iPhone or Galaxy S. LG's US marketing chief tells CNET how that will change.

By 28 May 2014


Samsung Galaxy Mega hits the United States

Outfitted with a 6.3-inch screen, the smartphone will be carried by AT&T, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular. AT&T will get things rolling with the Mega this Friday.

By 20 August 2013


Sandbox errors may temporarily break specific OS X application functions

A sudden lack of functionality in a program may be from a fault in the OS X sandboxing routines.

By 6 July 2012


iPhone 5 transparent concept looks stunning in mock advert

This cool advert for a possible future iPhone 5 shows off sports an 'iClear Retina Display' -- a transparent screen.

By 18 June 2012


Amazon Kindle neck and neck with iPad, selling 8 million in 2010

Amazon looks set to ship an impressive 8 million of its lovely new Kindles this year, way up on last year and close to the mighty iPad.

By 23 December 2010


HTC Desire HD

We looked long and hard for flaws in the Desire HD, but failed to find anything significant. This handset checks all the right boxes, with outstanding performance complementing its large, clear display.

By 9 November 2010

5 stars Editors' rating 9 November 2010

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Pureness

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Pureness offers basic features and a simple design, but look closer and you'll see a clear display. Kent German puts it through its paces at CTIA 2010.

By 27 March 2010


Finally, the year of Android

There's certainly one theme that dominated CES 2010 in the cell phone and smartphone category and that's Android.

By 12 January 2010


Is this the way to contain Google? Really?

Add the World Association of Newspapers to the list of organizations asking the trustbusters to fight their battle against Google.

By 17 September 2008