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  • Cambridge boffins can gauge your fertility with their mobiles

    We've heard about mobiles that can get you in the mood for love... Now scientists have found another step of the cycle that mobiles can measure. Cambridge Temperature Concepts (CTC) has discovered that your mobile phone could be an aid to fertility. ... 

  • VMC Viewer puts Androids in control of our computers

    VNC Viewer is an app that connects to and controls any computer anywhere in the world. Given the omnipotence that grants the user, you'd expect them to come up with a better name. Dr Evil, Vengeance Will be Mine, I'm Going to Enjoy Killing You Last ... 

  • Speak&Go - the mobile navigator that talks you through London's travel chaos

    It's dreadful I know, butthe columnstill gets lost in London andit's lived here forever. You'llwander round Shoreditch for days, rather than bite the bullet and getout theA to Z, for fear of being identified as a tourist or, worse, a south Londoner. ... 

  • The companies that could create a decent rural broadband service

    Farningham in Kent is the slowest village in Britain, in broadband terms, according to a judgmental study by Top10.com. The village e-jits (slang for slow connectors) download at 1.30Mbps on average. 

  • Burnside hybrid mobiles are easy to use, but hard to lose

    Computer Weekly has an interesting piece about Tesco equipping 1,000 stores with mobile phones that look like desk phones. These fixed mobile hybrids are handy because they're mobile without being stealable, convenient without being massively expens... 

  • Gamma wants to build castles in the air

    Those who fail to learn from history are condemned to repeat it, so the saying goes. So Gamma CEO Bob Falconer has abandoned his catapult and is taking far more sophisticated weapons with him on his next crusade. Gamma Telecom isconducting a castle ... 

  • How PR Works - Mystery man appointed by mobile equipment maker in top secret deal

    A mystery man has joined an anonymous mobile equipment maker, in a move that is covered by seemingly pointless reporting restrictions. One of the top equipment makers in the mobile comms industry has just appointed a new VP of wireless sales for Euro... 

  • How journalism works - smart pens, stupid writer

    Here's the Echo Smart Pen, an ingenious device that records every conversation. If only I had one of these earlier, it would have saved me several court cases. "Dear Sir, I wish to complain about your recent article, where you have seriously mis... 

  • Time and money saving technology that could stop you and the taxi driver from crashing

    Here's a new gadget that could not only save busy professionals time and money, it could heal the north-south divide As an IT supplier, you're well versed in the technicalities of pervasive working. A friend of this column bossed a notorious networki...