AMD embedded APUs at the heart.
Fujitsu announces a phone with similar technical capabilities to a netbook.
LEGO enthusiast Philo Hurbain has created an automated 3D scanner out of Technics parts, which allows for modelling of small, intricate parts.
Motorola has announced the closure of its Windows Mobile development centre in Florida, prompting speculation that it is ditching the platform in favour of Google's Android.
A pair of enterprising hackers have modified a commercial wattmeter to provide live updates to a computer system - and to post totals and usage statistics to Twitter.
An enterprising hacker has developed an advanced scientific calculator wristwatch to replace a broken commercial unit - and has released the schematics and source code.
The Mozilla Labs team has introduced Geode, a Firefox plugin that introduces an version of the W3C Geolocation Spec prior to the full-fat implementation due in Firefox 3.1.
Finnish mobile giant Nokia is working on an indoor analogue to the Global Positioning System dubbed Indoor Positioning.
Rumours spreading across the 'net have T-Mobile ready to launch the HTC Dream smartphone, the first handset to run on Google's Linux-based Android platform.
Chrysler - the company behind the Jeep and Dodge brands - has announced that its 2009 range will have the option of in-car Internet connectivity.
Fuel-cell start-up Angstrom Power has demoed a modified Motorola handset running on a hydrogen-based fuel cell that is charged using standard tap water.
The rumours say that Google is working on a new mobile phone but analysts say differently. Could a new mobile OS be coming from Google labs?
Watch out, some ingenious modder out there has turned a Motorola ROKR into a Transformer. Hopefully, it's not a Decepticon.
Following on the heels of the Skype outage last week, rival company JAJAH has announced a surge of more then 50 percent in registrations.
Pop your battery out of your mobile and check the model number. Nokia has issued a recall due to overheating issues.
id Software has brought the classic FPS to mobile phones, and has turned it into an action RPG in the process. Is this the first mobile phone game that real gamers will want to play? Hell yeah.
This week, we brought you the news that the original Quake is being ported over to mobile phone handsets. We have new screenshots for you today - nostalgia ahoy!