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Saturday, October 30, 2004
TDK develops super-tough coating for cellphones and discs

Intel to debut new Itaniums Nov. 8

Progress on new internet domains

Friday, October 29, 2004
EU objects to Microsoft-Time Warner deal

Hitachi, Toshiba and Matsushita agree on joint venture for TV LCD panels

US sues 'song swappers'

Ricoh withdrawing from optical disc drive business

PowerDVD receives XP Media Center Edition Logo

BenQ Chooses Nero As The Digital Media Software Solution For The DW1620pro-16X DVD+/-R

OCZ Announces Introduction of OCZ Memtest86 v1.00

OCZ Announces 600Watt PowerStream Power Supply

GT4 PSP date announced

Canon Captures Number One Digital Camera Position for Fourth Straight Month

Ritek to bring DataPlay back to life

VirtualDrive Utility & Burning Suite from FarStone

AMD announces strategy to hook up world to Internet

Colin McRae Rally '05 arrives

Cirrus Logic Delivers Highest Audio Performance for Six-, Eight-Channel Digital-to-Analog Converters

Sparkle Computer introduces GeForce 6-series PCIe graphics cards

BenQ unveils four new MP3-player models

Xbox Owner Sues Over Defective Disk Drives

Thursday, October 28, 2004
Camera phones are 'must-haves'

UK report says Linux is 'viable'

Smart phones - more street than suit

Lite-On IT 4Q forecast: Revenues to grow, gross margins to drop

CMC Magnetics? gross margins fall to record-low 13.6% for third quarter

First Blood in the New DVD War

Sony to launch PlayStation Portable in December

Sony plans GT4 bundle for new PS2 in Japan

Microsoft battles piracy with free software

DVD-RAM roadmaps stops at 4.7GB

ATI Now Number One in Discrete Graphics

Pioneer Celebrates Marriage of HD and Plasma with Opening of PureVision Loft in Manhattan

Innovative Solar Backpack from Eclipse Solar Gear Charges a Cell Phone, PDA, GPS, or MP3 Player

Fujifilm LTO Generation 3 Media Available in U.S.

Entempo Announces Hard Drive MP3 Player with ShoX Technology

DTS Unveils DTS-HD Brand for High Definition Media Formats

Atari's Free RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Demo Drives Excitement for November 2nd Launch

Wednesday, October 27, 2004
Philips presents highly integrated System Solution for mobile handset mass markets

SEAGATE Expands Enterprise Portfolio and Leadership with Introduction of Nearline SATA Disc Drive

Lite-On IT introduces its 8X External Slim DVD Dual drive SOSW-852SX

Ahead Software Announces "Reloaded" Update To Nero 6

Intel Releases First Flash Software Development Kit For Cellular Device Makers

Hard drives to accelerate into gadgets

Dell to tighten Linux ties with Novell pact

Apple unveils color iPod, U2 edition

Tuesday, October 26, 2004
MedioStream Releases XtreamMPEG ? The worlds fastest PC-Based MPEG-2 Encoder and Streaming Media Software

Security risk in new Google search tool

NASA's Intel Itanium 2-Based System Fastest in World

Intel Continues To Accelerate 64-Bit Capability Across Product Lines With Platform For Embedded Storage Solutions

'eBay' worm starts to spread

10,118 Points!! ASUS nForce4, SLI Motherboard Shatters 3DMark05 Record

Dell Debuts First-Ever Consumer Notebook With 17-Inch Screen

"WWE SmackDown! Vs. RAW'' Scheduled to Ship November 2

ATI Technologies Selects Mentor Graphics VStationTBX for Advanced Verification Acceleration

Philips First to Announce Integrated Video Watermarking Product 'RepliTrack'

Hard Disk Drives Expected to Move Well Beyond the PC Reports In-Stat/MDR

Verbatim Digital CD Photo Album Kit, All of the Tools Digital Camera Users Need to Save, Share Memories in One Convenient Package

SanDisk Introduces World's Highest Capacity Memory Stick Pro, Memory Stick Pro Duo and SD Cards

CyberLink PowerCinema Linux Featuring Instant-On Capability Enables Digital Home Entertainment for CE and PC

Phoenix Showcases ''SECURE from the Start'' Solutions and Strategy at Intel Developer Forum Taipei

Computer Shopper Selects AMD Athlon 64 Processor as 2004 `Product of the Year'

Hitachi Unveils Its New Disk Drive Performance Leader

Logitech Announces New Line of Mobile Phone Headsets

AOpen Launches Unique Motherboard with Higher Performance/Lower Cost to Operate

Sharp Introduces a 2.2-inch QCIF+ LCD Display for Portable Applications

Pacific Digital Introduces QMaster Serial ATA II Host Bus Adapter Product Family for Servers and Storage Systems

Sony Ericsson Introduces New Quad-Band EDGE / WiFi Combo PC Card

NVIDIA DVD Decoder Available

Secret Weapons of WWII Ships

Seagate Ships 5GB Pocket Drive, 100GB Portable Drive

MedioStream Releases XtreamMPEG

Taiwan market: prices of DVD recorders fall to record levels

OEM prices for slim Combo and 4x slim-type DVD burners fall

Intel plans to introduce five south-bridge chips for Smithfield

Peeping Tom filter lets phones see through bikinis

MSI NX6600 series on PCI Express

Monday, October 25, 2004
Maxell LTO Ultrium 3 Passes World's First Compliance Verification Tests

Iwill Announces World's First Modular 4P and 8P AMD Opteron Processor-Based Motherboards with HTX-Pro

NEC Launches Industry's First $99.99 Internal Double Layer 16X DVD/RW Writer

Ulead Digital Media Software Included with NEC Internal Double Layer 16X DVD/RW Writer

SanDisk Introduces MobileMate Readers Targeted at New Mobile Feature Phones with Memory Card Slots

Nintendo Launches Massive Media Blitz for Debut of Nintendo DS

SanDisk Introduces 256 Megabyte TransFlash Module for Mobile Feature Phones

RIDATA Brand Media Safe from Recent DVD Counterfeiting Issues

Sony Launches MP3 Walkmans to Counter IPod

UDO scoops prestigious BCS Technology Award

NEC Electronics to Ship More Chips for DVD Recorders

MSI Unleashes Maximum Power of Nvidia nForce4 chipset

Media Supply Goes 100% Plextor On DVD And CD Copier Towers

Konica Minolta to market Ciba 'COLIBRI' color-matching software in Europe

IBM shows off security laptops

Cirrus Logic's Revenues Down

HDTV to be 17% of European TV market in 2009, says firm

Mobile PC battery group says displays now consume less power

Xbox 2 To Be Announced On January 5?

Quanta Storage adds to investment in China subsidiary

DaTARIUS bucks trend, says market outlook still promising

Seagate hopes for big splash with small drives

Pioneer to produce OLED phone screens next year

Philips: No plans to drop consumer electronics

Toshiba reportedly readying HD DVD laptops

Ceatec Japan 2004 report

PalmOne launches Treo 650

Pioneer Releases 5 New DVD Recorders

ABIT Launches the NF8

SEGA plans four more PSP titles

LaCie intros NAS, external SATA drives

Epson R-D1 digital rangefinder to ship Nov

Nvidia aims to take lead in K8 chipset market with nForce 4 MCP

Tight supply of ATI graphics chips may last another two weeks

Wi-Fi phones win standards approval

BenQ Unveils Five New Eye-Catching Digital Cameras

Friday, October 22, 2004
TDK LTO Ultrium 3 Data Cartridge - World's First to Pass Compliance Test

Grand Theft Auto San Andreas leaked by pirates

Gran Turismo 4 slips to 2005 in Europe

Pulse Digital Unveils Automated DVD System

Reliant Digital Introduces Dual-layer DVD/CD Duplicator

TI Puts Digital TV on Cell Phones

WWE Survivor Series Ships for Nintendo's Game Boy Advance

DVD+R DL Breaks the Next Record, 8X Recording in Less Than 16 Minutes!

Taiwan ODD maker Quanta Storage adds to investment in China subsidiary

Ericsson Awarded GSM Contract by Dishnet Wireless for the Northern and Eastern Circles in India

NEC, Toshiba add HD-DVD to PCs in 2005

DMC Announces The First Available 100 Gigabyte Portable Music Player and Storage Device

Experience Multimedia Portability Like Never before with the EPSON P-2000 Multimedia Storage Viewer

Creative's PC-CAM 920 Slim Gets Lean And Means Business

Shipments of Asustek own-brand notebooks to reach 1.2 million

Thursday, October 21, 2004
Epson Introduces Its Latest Digital Camera: The EPSON L-500V

BenQ Unveils TB248T Stylish Slim External Combo Drive for On-the-Go

Samsung Electronics Introduces World's First VGA-class TFT-LCD Driver IC for Mobile Phones

Intel Expands Intel Centrino Mobile Technology with New Intel Pentium M Processor 765

Eidos and Macrospace Team up for Crash 'N' Burn Turbo

Corsair Announces 550 MHz CAS2.5 DDR Modules

Singapore to introduce jail terms, fines for software and Internet piracy

Miniature jet engines could power cellphones

Intel releases new leader of Pentium M pack

CMC invests in Taiwan-based Warner Village Cinema Center

Samsung Introduces World's First 5-Megapixel Camera Phone

TinyDisk USB2.0 Pen Drive (Type II) from VeriTech

Wednesday, October 20, 2004
OCZ Announces PC2-4200 DDR2 Platinum Revision 2 with 3-2-2 Timings

MPEG LA to Hold Seminar in China for CAIA Member Companies on October 21

Camera Phones and Digital Still Cameras Driving Market for CMOS and CCDs, Reports In-Stat/MDR

Atari Announces Boiling Point: Road to Hell; Revolutionary Open World First-Person Action Game Coming to PC in 2005

Mitsubishi Electric Announces Industry's First 4 Mega Pixel CCD Camera Module with Auto-Focus

AMD Unleashes the New Leader In PC Performance: The AMD Athlon 64 FX-55 Processor

New Toshiba Projectors Offer a Budget-Friendly, High-Performance Presentation Tool for Business Professionals

Intel Expands Network Processor Line for Communications and Embedded Networking Applications

Samsung and Marvell Develop First HDD with 3.0 Gb/s SATA

Nearly One Billion DVDs Shipped to Retail This Year

Toshiba Selects Rambus DDR2 Interface Technology

InterVideo Announces Release of DiscMaster 2, A Complete Disc Burning Solution

EA to Unleash Medal of Honor: Dogs of War in Spring 2005

SmartDisk Expands FireLite Line of Portable Hard Drives

Creative's WebCam Range - Three New Models

Sony to start marketing mini PS2 in November and PSP in 1Q 2005

Toshiba to launch laptops with next-generation HD-DVD drives

CERT/CC Statistics 1988-2004

Tuesday, October 19, 2004
Self-destructing DVDs to help market new film

TEAC Japan Announces New SlimLine ODD Drives

NVIDIA nForce4 Brings PCI Express, SLI, and Security Processing to AMD64 Platforms

Intel Dual-Core Names Clocks and Prices

NEC Develops Notebook PC & Fuel Cell Unit Set

Freecom TapeWare SDLT-600 enables reliable data storage at maximum speed

Freecom presents new USB memory products

DVD-Burning Notebooks Take Off

New DRM Solution Stops 1:1 Copying

Epson intros multi-format film scanner

LG Electronics Posts Record Sales In Third Quarter

AMD pushes PC with Athlon 64 FX

Half-Life 2 release date set - Nov 16

Sparkle Announces 6600 GT VIVO

BenQ Unveils Ultra-Slim DSC E43 & E53 with LTPS LCD Screen

Advanced Media Introduces Mini EZ Drive Portable Storage Device

Plextor Announces PX-716UF External 16X DVD±R Recorder

MSI's latest motherboards to support AMD Athlon 64 FX-55 and AMD Athlon 64 4000+ Processors

New iPod launch tipped for Apple's U2 event

Intel whacks mobile chip prices

Intel's dual-core Xeon due in 2006

Primax Electronics exits digital-camera business, reduces LCOS optical-engine output

Yuan to give up graphics-card business, focus on multimedia products

Half-Life 2 gone gold.

Monday, October 18, 2004
World's first Super Audio Book from Cybele Records

SA-CD and DVD-Video a perfect match, so says Universal Music

JVC to Commercialize NA 0.95 Lens for Mobile Blu-ray Disc Players

Sharp to Release Industry's First PDA with Built-in Hard Drive

No price cuts for Intel LGA 775 Pentium 4 CPUs before year-end

'Block our phones now' say UK mobile users

Doom 3 SDK Released

ONES recording software review

Download Movies on Internet, Watch Them on TV

Is MP3 losing steam?

Digital recorders make inroads - Computer companies want tapeless technology to make VCRs obsolete

Logitech Annnounces New Ultra-thin V500 Cordless Notebook Mouse

Sunday, October 17, 2004
Microsoft in home market push

XC Cube series receives the Good Design Award 2004

Apple celebrates 150 million iTunes downloads

Is the Mobile Phone the Next iPod Killer?

Archos Introduces The World's Smallest 5000-Song Digital Audio Player

HDTV's Copy-Protection Prison

Saturday, October 16, 2004
Toshiba unveils new DVDRW Mobile Computer Drive

Samsung Profits Up 46%, but Sales Hurt by LCD, Flash

Sony executive hints at PSP launch delay

AMD preps high-performance chips

Friday, October 15, 2004
Acoustica announces MP3 CD Burner 4.0

New Dynamic Copy Protection Technology

MSI and Gigabyte satisfied with their second brand motherboards

BHA: DVD-RAM Driver Updater supports Windows XP SP2

Intel readies updated 90nm Celeron cores

BenQ releases new LCD monitors

DVD recorders to outsell players by 2006

ATI Catalyst 4.10

NEC launches melody chip with MP3 and AAC playback support for mobile phones

Creative introduces the MuVo Micro MP3/WMA Player

Intel kills plans for 4GHz Pentium

Ritek to set up new subsidiary in China

Sony launches line of WEGA micro-display HDTVS and HD digital video recorders

Activision With 2 Launch Titles for PSP

Primera Technology Upgrades DVD Duplicators & Publishers

Google unveils desktop search tool

Starbucks launches first of "music bars" for CD burning

Japanese to download full CD-quality songs to mobile phones

Panasonic First To Manufacture DVD-RAM Didscs In U.S.

SecurePlay 2.0 for Mobile Games - New Java, J2ME Versions Released

AJA XENA HD Card Enables Real-Time Uncompressed HD Streaming at 1.5 Gbps During Internet2

Nero First to Announce Single-Chip Decoding Solution as 3GPP Approves HE-AAC for Mobile Phone Music Delivery on 3G Handsets

Dell Delivers Plasma TVs, Printers and Music Players for Home Entertainment

Plextor Showcases PX-TV402U PVR and PX-716 at Digital Life

Eidos Announces Commandos Strike Force

Cirrus Logic Software Supports Video Recording Onto Multiple DVD Media Formats

Olympus 'm:robe' Mixes Music Player with Digital Camera

Thursday, October 14, 2004
200GB Blu-ray Disc media introduced

LG Philips launches mass Production of 6th-generation LCD screens

Adobe ships Photoshop Elements 3.0

Cirrus Logic USB-DVR 3.0 converts analog and digital Video into MPEG-2 video for instant DVD burning

Intel reveals entertainment PCs

Pinnacle updates ShowCenter Digital Media Receiver

DVD Forum North America Conference 2004

Small discs for camcorders get the blue light

JVC unveils new Digital Media Cameras

Wednesday, October 13, 2004
DVD Forum Verification Seminar in Beijing

Spam crackdown signs up 15 countries

Abit reveals Fatal1ty AA8, boards expected in stores by month-end

Creative Unveils The ZEN MICRO

UDO replacing MO faster than expected, says Plasmon

TEAC Japan announces new CD/DVD Recorders

Some Taiwan second-tier ODD makers forego production

Microsoft's Uphill Battle With DVRs

Iomega Announces Disk-to-Disk Autoloader for Network Backup for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

Sun Microsystems and NVIDIA Form Professional Graphics Alliance

NVIDIA Delivers Key Products and Technologies for Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005

Microsoft Announces Media Center OS Update

Royalty rate Philips CD-R Disc license

Unified Cutting Master Format for Super Audio CD

TDK: BD discs "only 10% premium over a DVD"

A New Double Temptation Is Arriving - Waitec Presents ACTION 16

Tele Atlas unveils mobile mapping

Gainward introduces GeForce 6800GT with 256MB of 1.6ns DDR3

I-O DATA Brings First DivX Certified HD DVD Player to the Worldwide Market

NH Japan MPM-200 Personal Media Player Offers Playback of All Versions of DivX Video

Toshiba's New TDP-P7U Projector

Sonic AuthorScript Licensed for Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005

DVD Gaining Momentum as Small Business Data Backup Platform

CyberLink Announces PowerCinema Supporting DVB-T and Hybrid TV Tuner Cards

Virgin Electronics Unveils Mini-Sized 5GB Digital Audio Player

EA Kicks Off FIFA Soccer 2005

ADS Tech Instant Music Converts Analog Music into the Most Popular Digital Audio Formats in 4 Easy Steps

Toshiba Expands Qosmio Brand Offering to Include 17 and 15.4" Wide-Screen Displays

Sony's New Projector Delivers Brilliant Presentations Anytime, Anywhere

CyberLink Delivers Updated Media Decoder For XP And Media Center Edition 2005

JVC Develops World's First Blu-Ray Lens with 0.95 NA

Windows Media Player 10 goes Mobile

Microsoft to unveil MSN Music store

Creative Unveils The ZEN MICRO - The Next Generation Of MP3/WMA Players

iPod takes over the US

MS details Windows XP Media Center 2005

Sonic AuthorScript Licensed for Win XP Media Center Edition 2005

Olympus to Launch Hard Disc Portable Music Player

Verbatim Shipping Certified 1-16x DVD+R Media

Tuesday, October 12, 2004
Virgin to Unveil Portable Music Player

2nd-generation LSI Logic Processors Received DivX certification

Mamiya intros 22Mp medium format SLR

Epson debuts 5Mp L-500V

Kingmax launches Mars Series ultra-fast DDR2 Memory

Toshina Announces new Slim-Line DVD-ROM drive

Codemasters selects StarForce for protection of multiple DVD titles

A new title by Codemasters is No. 1000 in StarForce's protection dossier

Sony Unveils DVD Burner That Combines Stand-Alone And Computer-Attached DVD-Video Recording

Kazaa loses P2P crown

Seagate ST1 Series 1" HDD Is The Drive Of Choice For The Rio Carbon MP3 Player

NVIDIA GeForce 6200 GPU Extends Technology Leadership into the Value PC Segment

CES 2005 already a sell-out

I/OMagic Set to Ship 8X External USB 2.0 Slim DVD Rewritable Drives

Nintendo's Revolution will follow PS3 timescale, says Fils-Aime

PSX tops DVD recorder chart as price cuts boost sales

UK Charts: FIFA 2005 goes in at number one

Adaptec Redefines Price-Performance for Advanced Data Replication, Distribution and Protection Software

Kazaa no longer king of P2P

Foxconn to become OEM maker of ODDs for BTC

CyberLink Launches DVD Burning Suites

Taiwan market: Retail prices of 16x DVD DL burners still falling

Monday, October 11, 2004
JVC Becomes a Member of Blu-ray Disc Association

Dell Pocket DJ 5: Dell's 5GB competitor for the iPod mini. Plus a new slimmer 20GB Digital Jukebox

Rumor site pictures Photo iPod for holidays

HD-DVD Contest Heats Up

FBI Takes the Hard Drives of IMC Servers in the UK

JVC unveils 4GB hard disk digicam

ATI already shipping PCI Express chipsets for AMD K8 platform

Tandberg promises safer storage with fewer disks

AOL prepares its own browser

Hollywood takes P2P case to Supreme Court

Half-Life 2 goes on sale online

Top 20 computer threats unveiled

Friday, October 8, 2004
16X Writers Roundup with Verbatim 16X DVD+R media, updated...

PCIe graphics cards to account for 25% of graphics card market by year-end

BenQ Joybee 125, Convenient access to data

ATI Reports Record Revenues of US $572.2 Million in Q4

Namco Announces Two Exclusive Launch Titles for Nintendo DS

Rimage Says It Expects To Benefit From New Standards For Consumer Imaging

CyberLink Launches PowerProducer 3

Kodak and Sun Microsystems Settle Lawsuit; Sun to Pay Kodak $92 Million as Part of Agreement

Thursday, October 7, 2004
DVD Forum Japan Conference 2004 took place yesterday

Nintendo Says 12 DS Games to Debut in Japan

Creative Debuts The PCMCIA Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS Notebook

AOpen launches the perfect PCI Express solution

Music Industry Sues 459 European Net Song-Swappers

Six Corporations Invest in Optware!

Sony, Matsushita to Debut Blu-Ray Disc Camcorders in '05

Hitachi, Toshiba unveil fuel cells

Nichia to supply lasers to disk rivals

HLDS China factory severely damaged by fire!

Sanyo and Sony expand overseas capacity for DSCs; Taiwan anticipates fewer orders

ATI: PCIe graphics cards to account for 25% of graphics card market by year-end

Fairchild DMOS 7-Channel Motor Driver IC Selected by TSST Korea for DVD-RW Product

OCZ Technology and Inphi Corporation Introduce Zero-Buffer DDR Technology For Unbuffered Memory Modules

Blu-Ray Group To Set Smaller DVD Format

Pioneer, Sharp show Blu-ray Disc prototypes

PCI Express solution from AOpen

Extra power from Soltek

Wednesday, October 6, 2004
Blu-ray Disc Association Launches With More Than 70 Companies

Tony Hawk's Underground 2 for GameCube Offers Action Sports Cinematics in High-Quality DivX Video

Canon announces SX50 Projector World's Most Compact, Lightweight, LCOS Projector, Featuring SXGA+ Resolution

Windows XP SP2 finally hits the shops

LiteOn ships a combined 1m DVD burners and DVD recorders in September

Xbox2 To have HD-DVD?

Microsoft's Xbox Live Usage Takes Off in Asia

New Sony computer boasts 1,000 gigabytes of storage

HD-DVD group wants MS to battle Blu-ray

SiS will release PCI Express chipsets for the AMD K8 platform

Ritek develops dye to produce DVD+R DL discs

Verbatim Shipping High-Speed DVD+R Double Layer 3-pack

AMD's dual-core performance boost

Kodak Updates Its Image

Tuesday, October 5, 2004
Visible Light Communications Using LEDs!

Sony's home server offers 1 terabyte of storage

Taiwan second-tier makers raise CD-R OEM prices to US$0.10

Lite-On IT has record-high revenues in September

Intel Collaborates With Nokia, Symbian To Help Deliver Series 60 Platform-Based 3G Smartphones Using Intel Technology

Sony celebrates five years of SA-CD

Sharp Takes Aim at PDP Market with Biggest LCD TV

Iomega Unleashes 16x Double-Layer DVD Drives

nForce 4 rumours

Star Wars Battlefront knocks The Sims 2 from the top

HexaLock's CD Copy Protection Technology in Spinergy's products

Soltek K8AN2E-GR Mainboard

Monday, October 4, 2004
DVD+RW 8X Disc Specification Ready for Distribution to Licensees

Asaca Debuts World's First Blue Laser Optical Storage Library Utilizing Cartridge-Free Media

Buffalo Ships Networked DVD Media Player Using Sigma's WMV9 Chip

Maxell Announces Price Increase on Computer Tape Media

Disc Makers Announces Dramatic Price Drop for Popular Elite Series Duplicators

MKM Announced 16X DVD-R media

Pioneer announces two slim-line DVD recorders DVR-K04/14

Next-Gen DVD Drives for PCs to Hit Market in 2nd Half of '05

MSI announces RX700PRO

EU Digital Music Sales Will Reach ?836M In 2009, But Won't Replace CD

Intel Introduces Suite Of Tools For Writing 64-Bit Code

Half-Life 2 set for 26th November in Europe

Western Digital enters mobile hard drive market

Ritek: Prices of optical discs may bottom out in November

Some graphics card makers have insufficient supply of GPUs

Kodak wins patent lawsuit against Sun

Work on Halo 2 game 'finished'

DVD+RW 8X draft spec finalised

CMC Magnetics to increase CD-R OEM prices

20th Century Fox to adopt Blu-ray disc standard for new DVD

Saturday, October 2, 2004
Optorite strikes back with the new DD1603

Matsushita blends FeRAM technology with smart cards

3DMark05 hotfix released

New MSN Messenger beta leaks onto Web

US music targets students

Friday, October 1, 2004
Nvidia nForce 4 close to launch

Mitsubishi Chemicals announced 8X DVD-R with CPRM support

Pioneer Completes Acquisition of NEC Plasma Display Corporation

JVC to Put on Sale New DVD Video Recorders

Taiwan makers remain neutral in the HD-DVD vs. Blu-ray battle

Pioneer to Release New HDD & DVD Recorders

Taiwan makers wary as Japanese competitors expand 16x DVD+R/-R capacity

Apple wants to expand music download service across Europe

nVidia Claims 3DMark05 Record

Toshiba to Introduce DVD Video Recorder with 600GB Hard Drive

Microsoft launches appeal against EU anti-trust ruling

8Mp Olympus E-300 dSLR shoots at 4:3

Sony to Market Optical Head, and other Core Parts for Blu-Ray Disc Devices


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