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Register Hardware was there at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin to same the latest technologies, the newest gadgets and the hottest products coming soon to a store near you.

Blu-ray vs HD DVD

Battle of the stats: Blu-ray beats HD DVD
UK CE firm preps sub-£200 HD DVD player
Pioneer, Philips revamp Blu-ray players
Sony breaks out 'mass market' Blu-ray players
Acer backs Blu-ray
Daewoo demos 'Blu-ray Disc 2.0' player
Samsung Blu-ray Disc player line blooms

HD TV

Texas Instruments stands out with 3D TV
LG promises pretty pictures
TV makers go ape for 100Hz LCDs
Sharp shows off TVs, iPod hi-fis, Blu-ray player
Philips shines light on Aurea LCD

Media Players

Archos guns for Apple with iPod Nano-sized video player
Cowon strikes at Archos with Wi-Fi media player
Sony to unplug Connect digital music service
Sony strides onward with Walkman range
Samsung eyes iPhone for music player UI

Phones

Samsung quietly serenades 'super 3G' music phone

GPS

Garmin adds Google capability to 700 series
TomTom roadmaps new satnav kit

Cameras

Casio demos 'world's fastest-shooting' digicam
Casio enhances top-of-the-line digicam

All the Rest

Creative calls up noise-cancelling cans
SanDisk goes launch-crazy
Philips untangles power cable spaghetti
Foxconn launches Mars mission to wow overclockers

 

 

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