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IFA 2010: Complete Coverage

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Security for virtualized datacentres

Tablets

ViewSonic outs Windows/Android 10in tablet

Toshiba touts £329 Folio Android tablet

Samsung specs up 7in Android tablet

Sony updates e-book readers

Archos announces five Android tablets

TV

Sharp shades in plans for quad-colour 3D TVs

Glasses-less 3D TV by Xmas? Not likely, says 3D TV exec

Toshiba launches telly-connected media drive

Philips unwraps cinemascope-ratio 3D TV

Panasonic signs Ubisoft for games on TV

Computing

Acer to chip up home Nas box

Samsung shows 'airfoil' luxury laptops

LaCie catches ultra-small USB Flash drive bug

Samsung shows curvy computers

Photo

Sony debuts touchscreen personal camcorder at IFA

Car Tech

TomTom drums up upgrade for iPhone app

TomTom intros voice-control satnavs

TomTom unveils 'super' satnav

Protecting users from Firesheep and other Sidejacking attacks with SSL

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