Android set for score of handsets, but risks fragmentation
This week's Computex show in Taiwan has thrown the spotlight on new device formats such as netbooks, and the role that Linux hopes to take in those, which suggests Android could ride that wave soon. And on the other side of the world - at Google's annual developer conference in California - the message was rammed home, though the head of mobile platforms, Andy Rubin, admitted there was a danger of fragmentation.
German hacker-tool law snares...no-one
On August 10, 2007, a new section of the German Penal code went into effect. The statute, intended to implement certain provisions of the Council of Europe Treaty on Cybercrime, could be interpreted to make the creation or distribution of computer security software a criminal offense.
Riders line up for world's first e-bike race
Leccy TechThe rider line-up for the upcoming eGrandPrix race - the world’s first zero-emissions motorcycle GP – has now been finalised.
RadTech's iPhone lust revival kit
With the next-generation iPhone - the iPhone Video? - a near certainty to be revealed on Monday at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, millions of iPhone 3G owners will stare longingly at their scuffed-up Apple smartphones and lust after a bright, shiny new model.