Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Three Kingdoms is the most ambitious historical Total War in years, but can it pull its ideas off?
'Still has rough edges,' warn its creators.
Gunning for Qualcomm with heavy integration.
A project to deliver wireless broadband in the US has hit a snag - it conflicts with GPS signals.
Google has flipped the switch that brings sat nav functionality to Google Maps on Android.
A contest to find innovative uses for the Europe-wide Galileo sat-nav network is open for entries.
Google's Street View service is now equipped to accept photographs taken by third parties and map them onto a 3D space - although the fact that faces aren't blurred could cause concern.
Finnish mobile giant Nokia has offered up a taster of its first entry into the netbook market - a rather snazzy 10" model featuring 3G connectivity and a HDMI output.
Garmin-Asus are allegedly planning an Android-based low-cost smartphone to be sold under the Eee brand, positioned alongside current WinMo and Linux devices.
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.
A judge on the International Trade Commission is recommending a ban on the import of popular SiRF GPS chips after accusations that the devices breach several Broadcom patents.
COMPUTEX 2008: Funtoro, an MSI subsidiary, offers just about everything you'd ever need in a car - except the kitchen sink.
Axiotron has announced that its homebrew Apple Mac-based tablet PC, the ModBook, is now available to order. Can a MacBook really be hacked into a commercially viable tablet?
Compulab has stepped swankily into the DIY market with an ultra-cool smartphone which may be an excellent little side project for the modders out there.
Sony is bringing a lot more life to the PSP, unveiling new Go!Explore and Go!Messenger applications at this year's Leipzig GC.
IDF SPRING 2007: Configurable Antennas look set to be a big part of the future of wireless networking technology.
The Pirate Bay is set to come under attack from the Swedish Maritime Administration after a police report was filed on June 16th.
The compactness of the Mac mini has found favour with car modders, who are integrating the tiny Apple into their dashboards, providing in-car iTunes, DVD, GPS and more.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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