Feast your eyes on what might have been in Google's 2006 prototype for Android phones.
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A behind-the-scenes look at a Chinese "Shanzhai" market, where you can get an iPhone in any colour or shape and with features Apple doesn't offer. But what are the drawbacks of these unofficial phones?
Sony has a history of great creations, but it's peppered with some of the most pointless pieces of technology ever devised. And worse, released for sale. Here's the worst of the bunch
Memory card reader shaped like a piggy bank.
Thanko's All In One glasses are capable of reading MP3 and WMA audio formats, and playing video formats MP4, MPG, AVI, and ASF.
Some torches are bright, some are big -- but how many can claim to be able to record video even in pitch black darkness? The Swann FlashlightDVR can