Computex Taipei 2003 is a great success and today we will bring you a full report on the show! There are many new stuffs that can be found at the show and we try to spot as many cool stuffs as possible for you guys so just look further to see what are the interesting
Just as AMD launched the AMD Athlon 64 FX processors a couple of days ago, Corsair has come up with a new family of registered PC3200 modules designed specially for them.
Neuston’s Maestro DVX-1201 is a standalone player that is capable of playing “all” media formats, including DiVX, XViD, DVDs and even something as mundane as a VCD.
Hush Technologies Ltd., in Stamford, England, has developed a sleek-looking PC, the Hush ATX, that is based on Intel Corp.’s Pentium 4 processor and doesn’t require a cooling fan. The PC made its debut Tuesday at the Computex exhibition here, which runs through Sept. 26.
SAN FRANCISCO–Advanced Micro Devices tried on Tuesday to make the case that its 64-bit processor line adds up to a better deal than Intel’s Pentium 4 family, which remain 32-bit chips.
The NVIDIA products announced today enhance the computing experience on a variety of platforms, including desktop PCs, notebooks, cell phones, and handheld devices, including: — NVIDIA(R) GoForce(TM) 2150, the industry’s fastest and lowest-power- consuming media processor for mobile phones with integrated digital cameras; — NVIDIA(R) nForce(TM)3, a new generation of media and communications processors (MCPs)
The world’s largest chipmaker will unveil research into increasing battery life for laptops and mobile phones at its developer forum this week
Let’s take a look at PalmOne’s latest iteration of the Tungsten Series!
With the hype built around embedded systems as the future for computing, AMD sees themselves competing up front with Texas Instruments and Xilinx for a fair share in the embedded systems market.
The Serial ATA II Working Group, which is charged with improving the Serial ATA communication standard for hard drives, said Thursday it is on track to deliver a specification to double the interface’s data-transfer rate to 3 gigabits per second (gbps) soon.
The new Athlon 64 chip offers capabilities that Intel’s 32-bit Pentium can’t. But will that matter to mainstream PC buyers?
Toshiba Corp said Monday it has developed an active camera system that can detect and track a fast-moving object in ambient light conditions, such as those in home and office environments.
Yes, believe what you are seeing. Chip-con, the makers of the Prometia Mach II Phase Change System has officially changed their company name to nVENTIV A/S.
Talk about a turn of events. And you’d have thought things like these only happen in soap ops. For those in the know, the rumours have been going on for ages–”Yamhill” for those with worse memory than I. Guess for some, a dream will almost come to an end.
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TOKYO — The market for single-lens reflex (SLR) digital cameras is expanding rapidly, with shipments by domestic makers set to double this year, industry officials said Friday.
Although Microsoft Windows vulnerabilities get most of the headlines, researchers this week identified vulnerabilities in two commonly used open-source software products.
Intel has denied rumors that processors based on its 90nm-process Prescott and Dothan cores may be delayed. Louis Burns, vice president and general manager of Intel’s Desktop Platforms Group (DPG), speaking at last week’s Intel Developer Forum (IDF), said that Intel’s development of 90nm wafer fabrication technology is proceeding on schedule.
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