A visual summary of the news and launches that made headlines in the technology world this week. (Getty Images)
An Iranian flag flutters near a missile launched earlier this month. The country is believed to have recently sent a second rocket – Kavoshgar 2 - into space to repeat its successful first launch in February. (Getty Images)
A report by Symantec claims the underground economy, involving trade of fraud-related services and stolen information including credit card and bank details, is worth more than $276 million. (Getty Images)
The new Motorola Hint QA30 vertical slider has been introduced in the United States through Alltel Wireless. It boasts a full QWERTY keyboard, MP3 player, internet access and a 2 megapixel camera.
NVIDIA has unveiled the most powerful professional graphics card in history – the Quadro FX 5800. It boasts the performance of up to 240 parallel cores with 4 GB of graphics memory.
A new report by Greenpeace has attacked consumer electronic vendors for not making a significant commitment to reducing the use of toxic and non-recyclable materials in their devices. (Getty Images)
Verizon Wireless has launched the Samsung Omnia in the US today. Meaning ‘everything’ in Latin and ‘wish’ in Arabic, the touchscreen Omnia is powered by Windows Mobile and has a customizable user interface.