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Designing a Defense for Mobile Applications

In the past seven days, Reg Hardware has looked at many products from the worlds of consumer electronics, mobile communications and gaming.

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Lifestyle

Phosphor World Time Curved E Ink watch
Not just for e-book readers, you know

Garmin Nûvi 3790T satnav
Pocket-friendly satnav

Pure One Mi portable DAB/FM radio
Move with the music

Mophie Juice Pack Reserve
Txt Take On-the-go power for your iDevice

Totes SmarTouch touchscreen compatible gloves
Txt Take The ideal iPhone accessory for winter?

Pioneer XW-NAV1 iPod dock and AV centre
Media frenzy

Panasonic Pure Line TX-L37D28 37in LCD TV
Looks a picture

Computing

Apple MacBook Air 13in late 2010
Boots in a flash, but you'll need a lot of cash

Samsung NF210 dual-core netbook
Quirky design, state-of-the-art Atom CPU

Kingston Technology DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 32GB
SuperSpeed storage on your keyring

Cloud Engines Pogoplug Pro DIY cloud box
Your data, available globally

Great and Good honour the designer of world's first laptop
Forgotten Tech: The GRiD Compass. A snip at $8150

Mobile

Rethinking the iPhone
The Swiss Army knife of telephony

Gaming

Call of Duty: Black Ops
Go nuts in 'Nam

Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect
Motion carried

Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect Launch Games
We rate the first six titles

Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect Video Gallery
Video: See it in action

Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect FAQ
Your questions answered

Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect games release schedule
Titles for you to Kinect with

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