Europe's biggest show dedicated to consumer technology kicks off in Berlin this week. From the latest tablets and mobiles from HTC and Samsung to the most sumptuous TVs made by the likes of Sony and LG, we'll be on the ground getting our hands-on the gadgets companies hope you'll spend your hard-earned cash on this Christmas. Bookmark this page and return to see what's new every day.
The Sony Tablet S has an unusual look that stands out. It doesn't offer much in the way of performance but it will tackle most tasks.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 offers a beautiful screen and fast performance but it's over-priced in the US, which doesn't bode well.
Can anything beat the iPad? New contenders emerged at IFA this week, but will Amazon's effort have the best chance of besting Apple?
The ultimate 3D gimmick or the best home 3D gizmo we've seen to date? Sony's HMZ-T1 Personal 3D Viewer is actually a bit of both.
The Acer Aspire S3, Toshiba Portege Z830 and Lenovo IdeaPad U300s are the first wave in the new category of 'Ultrabooks', packing powerful processors in super-slim bodies.
With the 55ZL2, Toshiba has proven that glasses-free 3D is indeed ready for prime time -- and, for lovers of high-end TVs, that's just the beginning. This TV has a whopping resolution of 3,840x2,160 pixels. We think it's amazing.
The notion of a dual-screen ultra-portable tablet is a commendable one, but the Tablet P has too many problems to be recommended.
The Toshiba AT200 is a slim and lightweight Android tablet that's sadly let down by build quality issues, outdated software and its screen.
The Samsung Galaxy Note's huge size is both its biggest asset and drawback, but it's still one of the most powerful Android phones around.
Panasonic has effectively redefined the high-end camcorder market with the HDC-Z10000. It's easily the most sophisticated 3D camcorder released to date, with more than enough features to satisfy any wannabe James Cameron.
Offering 2D and 3D video recording, plus digital snaps and massive magnification, Sony's DEV-5 digital binoculars are a compelling proposition for budding David Attenboroughs.
Who needs a puny 3D TV? Not only does the Sony VPL-VW95ES projector deliver the brightest 3D we've seen to date, but it's also drop-dead gorgeous with 2D hi-def material.
With Apple AirPlay and advanced network audio support, Pioneer's SC-LX85 is a cutting-edge AV receiver. Stare at it long enough and you'll see the future of home cinema.
LG's 55-inch 55LW980T is a monster of a 3D TV. Its Nano Full LED backlighting ups the ante when it comes to image smoothness, while the Dual Play gaming mode should win this unique telly a horde of new fans.
The Philips GoGear Connect 3 with Wi-Fi is an Android-powered rival to the iPod touch, but does it impress?
The Samsung MV800 compact camera is packed with features that will help you shoot great self-portraits, but the folding screen and phone-style software make it more than just a toy for narcissists.
Sony's new Android Walkman, currently dubbed the Sony Walkman Mobile Entertainment Player, has some cool music features and a huge screen.
The Toshiba Portege Z830 is extremely slim and light, and we're delighted to see Toshiba's crammed in an ample port selection.
The HTC Radar looks like a neat little mobile. It's unlikely to set the world on fire, but we're hoping it'll be cheaper than most.
The Samsung Wave 3 makes a splash with its gorgeous screen, but is it just too similar to other phones?
The Samsung Series 7 Slate should pack an impressive stack of hardware, but its operating system isn't built for touchscreens.
At IFA, Sharp showed off a TV with a resolution of 33 million pixels, providing a tantalising glimpse into the future of television.
At the IFA tech show, Haier showed off a transparent monitor. But will the technology catch on, or will Joe Public see right through it?
Lenovo's new tablet isn't the fastest on the market, but it's from a brand you've heard of, and has a super-aggressive price.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 has been yanked from IFA and banned in Germany, with Apple winning an injunction against the new tablet.
Samsung has a kooky new gadget called the Galaxy Note, with a massive 5.3-inch screen. But how does it compare to smaller smart phones?
Samsung's got a hot new tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7. But does it have what it takes to topple Apple's iPad 2?
It's a bad day to be an unloved operating system. Intel's giving MeeGo the heave-ho, and Samsung confirmed it isn't buying HP's webOS. Come, dry your tears.
The world's first TV with BitTorrent support is here, meaning you could soon be file sharing from your lounge. Legal wrangles ahoy!
Acer's first ultrabook laptop is a doozy, not only slimmer but cheaper than Apple's MacBook Air. Consider the stakes raised.
Looking like a MacBook Pro for non-Apple fans, the Inspiron 14z is sleek, slim and very, very powerful. But how does it compare to the 15z?
Apple's prototype iPhone being abandoned in a tequila bar, Sony's crazy 3D headset, Samsung's new 7.7-inch Galaxy Tab and all the goings-on at IFA are in this week's podcast.
On-screen doodling is now a reality with LG's new TV. Two styluses let you draw whatever you like, which could spell danger if a child picks up the wrong pen.
Toshiba's new 55LZ2 3D TV can provide 3D viewing for up to nine people without any of them having to wear those ridiculous glasses. Huzzah!
The HTC Titan and Radar jiggle their Mangos in these official photos. Will the Titan's immense 4.7-inch screen find a place in your pocket?
The Philips Fidelio speakers dock your Android phone, and the ThinkLink home phone combines landline with smart phone. We went hands-on!
Not only is it a DAB and FM radio, it'll also stream tunes and dock your iPod. And it looks like a tower block. What's not to like?
It may resemble a Krispy Kreme, but this is an AirPlay-enabled speaker dock you stream tunes to. You doughnut even have to plug in your player. Sorry.
The new 60-inch Samsung D8000 is an even bigger version of the best 3D TV in the world, and now has 3D streaming and, er, exercise apps.
Samsung's Galaxy WiFi 3.6 may look like a smart phone but it isn't going to let you make calls. It's its answer to the iPod touch.
Samsung's latest snapper has the body of a compact and the lens-swapping abilities of an SLR. But can it live up to its maker's boasts?
We take you through the details of Samsung's new Galaxy Tab 7.7 -- a new mini-slate packing great-looking specs in a sleek aluminium body.
The Galaxy Note joins the Galaxy Tab family of tablets, but it's the size of a phone. Huh? That's right, Samsung just shrunk the tablet PC.
Sony's new 6-inch e-reader weighs just 168g, so won't weigh down your luggage. And it's slimmer than a book of people who like Jeffrey Archer.
Sony's new sound cancelling MDR-NC100D in-ear and MDR NC200D on-ear headphones want to bring the noise along with two speakers for smart phones, the SRS-BTV25 and the RDP-V20iP.
Don't have room for a 62-foot screen? Sony's new space age glasses will let you go large without installing a whole new setup.
If you thought Sony had given up competing with the iPod, you thought wrong. Its latest weapon may just prove enough to unsettle Apple...
The sequel to the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc comes with a meaty new processor and the ability to take photos in 3D. Impressed? You will be.
Formerly known as the S1 and S2, Sony's tabs have just got full details including gaming abilities, release dates and pricing. Step this way for more.
Sony has shown off the Vaio L series -- a 3D capable all-in-one PC as well as the Vaio S series slim, light and sturdy laptop that's ready for your HD movies. Will they be any good?
The Inkling from Wacom allows you to create digital vector images automatically by drawing in regular ink on your normal sketchpad.
The Motorola Pro+ is hoping to be your business friend by offering various improvements over the original Pro. Will a sharper screen and bigger battery tempt the business-minded?
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Android tablet has been snapped ahead of its release, including Android soft keys.
Samsung's new instant message service will work across multiple devices and platforms and launch in a mere 120 countries.
Motorola's Defy+, which boasts a 25 per cent speed boost and Android 2.3 in the same tough body as its predecessor, will hit the UK soon.
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