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    3D TV, cloud computing and USB 3.0 to lead way in 2010

    Database, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 13/01/2010

    » 2010 will be the year in which storage and connectivity play a key role for consumers, while social networking will find its way deeper into enterprises where virtualisation and cloud computing are moving forward.

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    Gimmick or Gimme?

    B Magazine, 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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    Pretty in Pink

    B Magazine, Richard Mcleish, Published on 28/02/2010

    » Sony continues its assault on the competitive portable computing market with some colourful offerings in the new mid-range CW series. The series seems to have achieved the difficult task of maintaining the high style bar Sony have set while taking the sting out of the price tag, which many users might say is overdue. "So, what's the catch?" a discerning shopper might ask. Let's take a look at the CW26FH to see if Sony have their strategy right to help them get back into profit this quarter.

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    Game on for PS3 users after Sony fixes bug

    AFP, Published on 02/03/2010

    » Japanese electronics giant Sony assured millions of users that a system bug halting play on older versions of the PlayStation 3 had been fixed.

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    Is it a bird, Is it a plane?

    B Magazine, 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

    B Magazine, 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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    Pocketable portablity

    B Magazine, Richard Mcleish, Published on 28/03/2010

    » Afresh entry from the Fujitsu camp in the ultra-mobile PC (UMPC) class of notebook is the LifeBook UH900. Fujitsu, with its LifeBook U series, and Sony, with its Vaio P series, among others, seem committed to the UMPC class.


    A Gem of a story

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 04/04/2010

    » The recent decision to close down Sanam Luang for renovations has sent me on a trip down memory lane, reminding me of a day when I went there deliberately to get ripped off. Sanam Luang is the last remaining large tract of land in central Bangkok that hasn't been cemented over to make way for shophouses selling car parts or cheap cloth which, upon coming into contact with an errant cigarette, quickly introduces you to the perils of self-immolation.

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    Tracing back what you eat

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 21/04/2010

    » Consumers will be able to gain full product information before they buy, thanks to an advanced barcode system expected to be in place by early next year.

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    Motorola offers a milestone with Android 2.1

    Database, Borisuthiboun Dasaneyavaja, Published on 28/04/2010

    » Do you want to test the new Motorola Milestone?’’ I was asked a few weeks ago. And as you could guess, the answer was definitely “yes’’. Motorola Milestone is the new kid on the block from True Move. Its Android 2.01 is very impressive. It works fast, smooth and has many functions that are up to my expectation. It also has some weak points, of which the biggest concern to me is the short-life battery.

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