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    Heading for the finnish line

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 17/01/2010

    » Although the sands are shifting under the mobile phone market, Nokia still manages to hold on to the No1 handset manufacturer slot despite its eroding market share (about 38%).

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    Gimmick or Gimme?

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 14/02/2010

    » Last month, Sony released its latest pocket camcorder, the MHS-PM5K bloggie. This follows the trend the company established last year with the birth of the "webbie", obviously pitched at a young, web-savvy market thirsty for social interaction.

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    Is it a bird, Is it a plane?

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 07/03/2010

    » Nokia, the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer, by far, released the highly anticipated N900 in Thailand recently to much expectation. The highly competitive smartphone market is now about more than just specs and aesthetics. Nokia has rolled out a new operating system on the N900, which seems more like an internet tablet than a phone, perhaps hinting at a sign of things to come. Let's take a closer look.

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    Digitally yours

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 14/03/2010

    » As the digital age grips, electronic manufacturers are scrambling to digitise anything within reach. Sony is no exception, and has been delivering relatively well-received digital photo albums over the past few years, alongside other manufacturers. Its most recent model, the DPF-X1000/BI, now heads the company's drive.

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    The new black

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 21/03/2010

    » In the US, Apple iPhones and Google's Nexus One are threatening to take over RIM majority of the market share of smartphone sales. But Bangkok, true to its eccentric leanings, is clinging to its current obsession with all things BlackBerry thanks to some heavy and well-pitched marketing campaigns, and every hipster or wannabe in the capital seems to have, or, at least, want one.

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    My Desire

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 20/06/2010

    » Following the trend of naming its phones after what sound like '80s rock bands (Hero, Tattoo, Snap), HTC has released its best smartphone yet in the Desire, giving the Apple camp something new to chew on. The launch had the benefit of avoiding the media hoop-la that the Nexus One fell victim to, and has been getting nothing but praise on the internet. Employing the latest Android platform, the Desire emerges as the brother of the HTC Legend, released to acclaim earlier this month, and the similar but superior twin of the Nexus One that materialised in January.

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    The iPhone has landed

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 27/06/2010

    » In what looks to be the most hyped phone release of the year, Apple rolled out its highly anticipated iPhone 4 on Thursday in the US, UK, Japan, France and Germany. The world snuck an early glimpse of the phone when a drunk patron at a bar in San Francisco stumbled across a prototype in March after it was left by the now-infamous apple software engineer Gray Powell. But it has finally hit the shelves, and it's now up to critics and consumers alike to see if Apple can regain the smartphone throne.

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    Damage-proof ... but is it wallet-proof?

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 04/07/2010

    » There is certainly no lack of choice for compact camera shoppers, with shelves bowing under the weight of shiny new models vying for attention. But going against this grain is the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX5, which sits inconspicuously among the T series cameras, but boasts a durability that far exceeds that of its siblings, being resistant to dust, water and being dropped.

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    The forgotten Art of photo printing

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 02/01/2011

    » With so much digital media building up on everyone's storage devices, a question has arisen as to what to do with it all, other than just jam it on Facebook or forget about it in countless folders and sub-folders. Bill Gates presented one solution by hanging digital photo frames on the walls of his house in the US, but this was done at no small cost.

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    Massive & Mobile?

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 16/01/2011

    » As the tablets begin to rain down from the tech heavens, it seems that even smartphones are heading the way of their larger-screened brethren. HTC is spearheading this drive with its new HD7, a slate of a phone that sports a 4.3-inch screen and the new Windows Phone 7 operating system.

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