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Thursday, April 28, 2005
Datawrite Offers €150,000 Reward to Catch Counterfeiters

Elite Group Systems (ECS) announces two new members of its Extreme motherboard family

Estimated graphics shipments and supplier market share for Q1 2005

Wednesday, April 27, 2005
CyberLink Previews Video Playback with Navigation for the Blu-ray Disc Rewritable Format

NEC to produce chip for new Xbox console

HP Teams with Fujitsu, Hitachi and Seagate to Deliver Next Standard for Server and Storage Hard Drives

TDK launches Dual Layer DVD-R, and Double Layer DVD+R line-up

Siemens sets out to cure mobile phone headache

Dell Latitude D510 Notebook Starting at $929

IBM's Cell Processor Impressive, but Not an Intel Killer Reports In-Stat

Samsung First to Market with Serial ATA II Hard Disk Drives

Disney Turns up Summer Fun with New Personal DVD Players

AMD64 Processors Deliver World-Class 64-Bit Performance on Microsoft Windows x64 Platform

BenQ Chooses Renesas' SH-Mobile Application Processor in Its Latest 2.5G Multimedia GSM Phones

Nokia Launches First Phone with Built-In Hard Drive

eBay Hacker Jailed

Court Rules Against DVD DRM

Samsung and LG-Philips battle on new panel standards

NEC Embedded DRAM to Play in Next-Gen Xbox

Sharp posts record profit

RealNetworks Gives out Free Music

JVC Reports Profit Slowdown for Fiscal 2005

High-Tech CEOs Push Digital TV Deadline

Nvidia releases 64-bit Graphics Driver

Philips announces chip solution for satellite set-top boxes

Apex Debuts DivX Certified DVD Players

Ricoh announces Caplio GX8

Yahoo goes mobile on Nokia smartphones

Via-Uli to license dual-graphics PCIe solutions from ATI and Nvidia

Group Formed to License SAFIA Content

New Xbox 360 exposed!

Sapphire makes oveclocking simple and safe with TRIXX

Tuesday, April 26, 2005
DVD pirates find safe harbour in Canada

Microsoft reveals its 'Adobe killer'

DVD Recorder Sales to Reach $12B by 2009

Imation Transforms CD and DVD Management

NVIDIA Leads Industry With Support for Windows XP And 2003 x64 Editions

NVIDIA Unveils Reference Design for Next-Generation Media Center PCs

Meet the SecuROM team at the E3 in Los Angeles

Transfer Home Videos to DVDs Using Sony's DVDirect

ABIT runs faster, cooler and quieter with Silent OTES

Pioneer Introduces VHS/DVD Recorder with Built-in HDD

Elpida announces 4 Gigabyte DDR2 Registered DIMMs

Mobo shipments to drop in 2Q

PSP European Launch in September

EA Sports Ships New Games

Gates: Longhorn Plus 64-Bit Equals Power

Cirrus to Sell Video Business

How reliable is your drive? VSO results updated!

Monday, April 25, 2005
Hard drive gets all flashy

The 30th RWPPI General Meeting is held

Viewsonic adds 23-inch widescreen LCD

CyberLink PowerCinema Passes DLNA Testing for Interoperability in the Digital Home

23 Students at Drexel University sued by RIAA

French court rules in favor of DVD copying

Online music lovers 'frustrated'

ASUS Announces P5WD2 Premium Motherboard with New Intelligent Features

AOpen introduces its high end PC motherboard built with nForce4 Ultra chip

Rambus Announces Developments in Patent and Antitrust Cases

Samsung Selects Philips 802.11 Wireless Solution for Mobile Phones

The New Aleratec 1:11 Super Copy Tower Makes 11 Simultaneous DVD Copies at Up to 16x

Alienware Unleashes New MJ-12 7550A Desktop Workstation

Expo 2005 Las Vegas ? celebrating the past and looking to the future

Sony Europe Announces First PC With DSD, ASIO 2.1 and Blu-Ray Disc

TiVo looks for an edge

Microsoft Confirms Dangerous Vulnerability in Windows 2000

Clever design gives AMD edge over Intel

Sunday, April 24, 2005
The Death of illegal P2P?

Saturday, April 23, 2005
More Electronics Firms Join Debate to End DVD War

Friday, April 22, 2005
Enjoy Dual Core CPU with MSI 955X Platinum

Pegasus and InPhase Technology Presented 300GB Optical Drive

Kingston Memory Fuels Dual-Core AMD Opteron Processors

Philips brings mobile multimedia to life with industry-leading audio solutions

Students react to RIAA, MPAA lawsuits

Hollywood to name and shame movie pirates

Forgent sues Microsoft over JPEG patent

Taiwan makers: price drops push replacement of CD drives with DVD burners

Cops probed for taking MPAA cash

Teac releases CD-W552GB and DW-552GA ODDs

OCZ Technology Announces DDR2 Gold for Gamers

Sanyo fills Lawsuit against Sankyo Corporation

iTunes phone on the way

Nokia bumps up 2005 cellphone forecast to 740m

Thursday, April 21, 2005
HP, Sun bring dual-core Opterons to servers

ATI supports 64 Dual-Core Technology

VIA Announces Chipset Support for AMD Dual-Core Technology

Prison terms on tap for 'prerelease' pirates

NVIDIA Scalable Visualization Solutions Deliver Tenfold Performance Increase

Version V5.05 of "Ashampoo Burning Studio 5"!

Digitally Record Your Unforgettable Moments in Any Format

AMD Launches Dual-Core Processors


BenQ releases three new products in April

ATI Launches DirectX 9 Chipset

Buena Vista Games expands with Avalanche acquisition

Sony and Toshiba Should Unify Format to Avoid DVD War

Nikon announces The D50 and The D70

BT promises Wi-Fi/GSM phone for Christmas

Microsoft Will Virtualize Linux

Broadcom Partners with Nintendo for Wireless Gaming Consoles

IBASE Announces Availability of MB720 Mini-ITX VIA CN400 Motherboard

Wednesday, April 20, 2005
Sonic Unveils eDVD 4

Nero to support Sony PSP video format

Pioneer Offers 8X Write Speed and LVD SCSI for DVD Libraries

Record sales for Intel and AMD mobile products

AOL Makes Deal with Universal, Warner

New chipset for high-definition TVs by National

Samsung Develops 4Gb OneNAND

Toshiba lauches two series of notebook PCs

Symantec Offers beta Version of New Anti-Spyware Product

"Scribbles" CD-R/ DVD-R ready to hit the market

Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Sapphire: Different VGA cards on a single SLI

Traxdata DVD+RW 8x media available in Europe

New version of Opera 8

MCE Technologies upgrade G3's recording

Interview with Hirotishi Matsuda, from NEC Display Solutions

Panasonic unveils new HD camcorder

California cities lose Microsoft suit

ATI RS482 and RC410 to arrive in June

SmartDisk debuts FlashTrax XT digital storage player

120GB laptop hard drive coming

AMD announces deal with DreamWorks

Sid Meier's Pirates! Review

Monday, April 18, 2005
Samsung plans 0.85-inch hard-disk drive this year

Intel reveals Wimax wireless chip

First Lawsuit In MPAA Illegal Fileswapping Actions

AMD sponsors THX Best Practices Laboratory for Windows Media

Intel releases Dual-Core Processor-based Systems

InPhase Technologies New Holographic Technique Enables Terabyte Disc Recording

Sonic Introduces Blu-ray Creator

Sonic Solutions introduced its HD-Series AVC encoder

Sigma Adds All-Format Media Processors

HP Delivers Digital Foundation to Entertainment Industry

Alienware Unleashes Next Generation of Workstation Performance

SmartDisk Introduces FlashTrax XT

Dolby Digital Plus and MLP Lossless Selected as Optional Audio Codecs by the Blu-ray Disc Association

The fastest duplicator in the world

Sony looses ground on Blue

Sonic Debuts Scenarist HD

TDK launches 23.3GB Professional Disc

Adobe to buy Macromedia for $3.4 billion

16x DVD+R/-R to be mainstream for DVD disc shipments

Philips disappoints with Q1 net, revenues

Sony Ericsson profit tumbles on falling phone prices

Samsung scores low Q1 results

AACS 0.9 copy protection for High Density video released

Apple shows HD edit software

Sanyo, Sharp join DVD6C for licensing DVD patents

Warner Bros. releases HD DVD titles using Windows Media Video 9

Sunday, April 17, 2005
Philips Honours 120th DVD Player Licensee

CMC, Ritek estimated to see big asset value losses based on new financial accounting standards

Sides close to deal on HD disk format

Friday, April 15, 2005
Studios settle lawsuit on DVD-copying chips

Mitsubishi Electric Plans to Close Its Subsidiary European Mobile Phone R&D Facility MMCE

SANYO and Sharp Join DVD6C in Licensing DVD Patents

Aeolus PCX 6800-DVD256 to make its debut

Corsair Partners with Tier One Motherboard Manufacturers to Enable the New NVIDIA nForce4 SLI Intel Edition Platform

NEC Introduces Personal Computers With Maxxbass

Toshiba offers revolutionary flat 3-D screens -- without the goggles

3Dconnexion's SpacePilot dramatically boosts 3D Productivity

Ubisoft Announces Fresh Line-up

the first TGi (triple graphics interface) chipset for AMD Athlon 64 systems.

Panasonic Introduces Industry's First Rear-Speaker Wireless-Ready Home Theater Systems

ATI's GPUs for New Line of DEPO Ego 360 PCs

How good is your media? VSO results updated!

Thursday, April 14, 2005
AMD Brightens Spring With New 64-Bit Mobile Processor for Notebook PCs

Four arrested in Nintendo sting

All-singing, all-dancing hard drive tech

Intel Reveals Plans For New Notebook Platform Tailored For Chinese University Students

LiteOn SOHW -1693S

Yamaha chooses SRS Circle Surround II for Its New A/V home theater amplifiers

Google launches video upload program

Camera phones sales leap in 2004

Toshiba to use Intel 854 chipset in HD-DVD player

AMD posts first-quarter loss, but better than expected sales

ULi unveils first TGi Chipset

BenQ lowers price of LightScribe 16x DVD DL burner

Taiwanese manufacturers give HD-DVD vote of confidence

Intel's push for DDR2 lowers chip prices

Microsoft hit with patent injunction

Lite-On Technology report March revenues

California Appellate Court rules in favor of consumers' right to privacy

President of HP Japan retires

Wednesday, April 13, 2005
Seagate 1" Pocket HDD Debuts In Japan

Xbox 360 name confirmed; console design details revealed

Sony exec targets 2007 for Cell processor expansion

Mac OS X Server 10.4 to ship on April 29

Sony: We're open to avoiding a DVD format war

RIAA Sues Internet 2

AOpen introduces XC Cube as mobile entertainment center

AOpen to hold major XC Cube event at Akihabara in Japan

Hybdid discs to support "blue" rivals

Fujifilm highlights new technologies at NAB

Memory-Tech develops Laser Beam Recorder for HD DVD

HP adds photo iPods to lineup

VIA releases Linux driver source packages

Infineon follows Samsung with DDR3 talks

Nvidia at NAB2005

Contax brand comes to an end

Kanguru debuts 20GB Zipper Pro hard drive

Second Windows Server 2003 R2 beta soon

Panasonic Digital SLR in 2006

Elpida Memory joins PSC board of directors

U.S. firm sues Canon over flat-panel TV patents

Philips and Xilinx deliver affordable programmable PCI Express solution

InPhase showcases world's first Holographic Drive Prototype at NAB 2005

Tuesday, April 12, 2005
Golden Gate Capital Acquires TDK Semiconductor

New MD-CD1 from Tascam combines CD playback and MiniDisc recording

Intel Delivers Consumer Electronics Platform Solutions For The Digital Home

Sony to offer DRU-800A DVD Dual DL burner model

Microsoft to show Xbox 2 on May 12

Ritek, CMC to produce blue-laser HD-DVD discs

Drinking for IP law change

Microsoft suits target illegal software distribution

Music industry extends piracy war

Canon releases free SDK for the XL2 mini-DV camcorder

Nero, MediaTek, and ATEME announce partnership to implement Nero Digital

Adobe extends Linux support with Reader 7.0

RICOH DVD Media bundle with Virtuosa music & movie jukebox software

Heise ordered to remove link to

Casio unveils three new DSC models in Taiwan; aiming for 10% market share in 2005

Nikon Readies Cheaper Digital SLR to Rival Canon

Dell Intros Dual-CPU Systems

Microsoft sets date for Xbox 2 debut

Hackers Exploit Windows Update Publicity

Monday, April 11, 2005
Mobile phone sales up 4.5% in 2005

Ericsson launches Interactive Mobile TV

Expansion pack plan for Half Life

Wireless USB 1.0 spec to be finalized next month

IBM and Sanyo demonstrate Fuel Cell prototype

NEC LCD promises vivid colors in direct sunlight

Asustek only mobo maker to see 1Q shipment growth

S. Korean Instant Messenger beats Microsoft's MSN

Windows XP SP2 and April 12

Samsung unveils new satellite DMB phone

CeBIT Asia: RWPPI demonstrates hybrid RW discs

Daewoo cuts prices on PDP TVs

Intel dual-core 840 CPU and 955X chipset due this month

MediaTek: 1Q revenues down this year

Saturday, April 9, 2005
PlayStation 3 to emerge ahead of Xbox 2 at E3

Xbox games remain through 2007 despite "Xenon"

Sanyo appoints female journalist as CEO

New high-speed DVD analyzer from Clover Systems

Mitsubishi introduces fully integrated 1080p DLP HDTVs

3M introduces RFID solution for managing optical discs in libraries

Friday, April 8, 2005
AOpen announces PCX 6800 display cards with heat dissipation

ASUS servers solutions offer BIOS upgrade to 64-bit Platform

Warning over fake Windows update

BinOptics eyes read-only HD DVD market

Nichia settles "amicably" with US retailer

Dell remains open to AMD

PSP sales dogged by dead Pixels

Holographic storage on the way this year

PSX: 3rd generation available

AMD Opterons arrive early

New chairman sees Sanyo's upturn

Kingston announces 750 MHz, Corsair answers with 800 MHz

Intel boosts flash-memory densities

JVC Releases HD-61MD60 and HD-52MD60 HDTVs

Taiwan develops blue-laser PUHs

ATI released Catalyst 5.4

Thursday, April 7, 2005
New, cheap battery outshines alkalines

AOpen launched the highest 700W Power Supply

AOpen unveils most advanced ?green? technology

$200,000 eBay scammer jailed for six years

ASUS P5ND2-SLI Deluxe Motherboard Series with Exclusive ASUS Overclocking and SLI Features

Nero Integrates Dolby Digital 5.1 Sound into NeroVision Express 3

Traxdata Introduces 4 new types of DVD-R media

A custom-built super performance memory for DFI Lanparty NF4 series!

Increasing Memory Capacity on Limited Space

Sony Invention Beams Sights, Sounds Into Brain

Fernando's Productions' Media Wizard Inc. Announces Release Of Encrypted CD-ROM

JVC Releases HD-61MD60 and HD-52MD60 Rear Projection HDTVs

Microsoft To End Service Pack 2 Download Block Feature on April 12

OmniVision Acquires CDM Optics for $30M

TiVo beefs up patent portfolio

Trojan horse takes down smart phones

Portable Firefox 1.0.2 Beta

NW-HD5: Sony's iPod Killer?


Wednesday, April 6, 2005
Acer Desktop LCD Monitors Grow 87% and Rank No. 4 Worldwide in Q4 2004

OCZ Announces PC-5000 Platinum DFI nF4 Special Series

James Steynor elected onto Board of IRMA

How good is your media? Read first: Ricoh is the most reliable media

Tech group to join EU against Microsoft

New sony HDD walkman 'apes iPod'

LG releases firmware auto update tool

BenQ and TPV see LCD monitor gross margins rebound in 1Q

Panasonic introduces nine VIERA flat panel TVs

TCL to compete Taiwanese media manufacturers

MediaTek to volume ship LCD TV solution in 3Q

Hackers add Web, chat to PSP video game player

New president at AudioDev USA Inc.

TEAC launches external 300GB and 400GB hard drives

Taiwan second-tier makers unable to raise OEM prices of optical discs

Intel, AMD race to be first with 2-processor chip

HP unveils new products

Comcast eyes advertising system for DVRs

Despite rising DRAM prices, players remain cautious

Elpida to shift key memory chip operations to Taiwan

Flaw found in Firefox

Samsung introduces 3D game phones with vibration

Tuesday, April 5, 2005
Corsair Partners with NVIDIA To Help Power Intel Pentium 4 Desktop

Philips prevails in CD-R/RW disc patent infringement

Scottish Pirate Gets Record Sentence

Dual-core chips help graphics apps

Nokia to sell mobile radio business to EADS

NVIDIA nForce4 SLI on Intel-Based PCs

Sonic Brings DVD Capabilities to Pace Cable DVR Set-top Boxes

SPEED MATTERS: Waitec presents ACTION 164

Hitachi introduces new DVD camcorder with sleek design

Hitachi demonstrates 20-GB microdrive

LG Electronics and Matsushita Settle PDP Patent Disputes

NEC develops Millimeter-Wave transceiver for HDTV Signal

Adobe unveils Creative Suite 2

'Body talk' could control mobiles

Nvidia bundles GeForce 6200 Turbo Cache-based graphics cards with motherboards

Rambus Proposes Micro-Threading to Boost GDDR Performance.

Seagate queues up 400GB DVR

Hitachi Eyes 1TB Desktop Drives

Windows or Linux?

Monday, April 4, 2005
PC makers to offer full Windows version in Europe

Seagate Expands DVR Capabilities

CMC responds to Fujiwara 2005 forecast

Japan's RIAA wins appeal

Toshiba's 2G XDR DRAM Offers Data Rates of 4.8-6.4Gbps

JVC Develops World's First Single-sided, Dual Layer DVD-RW Disc Technology

MGM says ripping MP3s is OK

LG, Matsushita to End Patents Dispute

Panasonic plans FourThirds DSLR

Kodak introduces first printer dock compatible with IMAGELINK

New service brings radio to phones

Hitachi claims leap in drive density

Saturday, April 2, 2005
World's Best CeBIT 2005 Live Coverage by (Updated)

New bugs found in Outlook, IE

Yahoo hires gen. manager of MSN's programming group

Fujitsu teams up with Alcatel in 3G mobile phone market in China

NEC-Mitsubishi begins operations as NEC Display Solutions

Japan ruling on Intel yo boost AMD sales

Friday, April 1, 2005
Memory-Tech announces first HD DVD disc measurement system

Symbian, Microsoft Partner in Smartphone OS Space

Toshiba announces affordable Satellite M35X notebook with new features

Intel Agrees to Comply with JFTC Recommendation

AOpen announces 1st GeForce 6800 Ultra DV512

AOpen Announces new M/B powered by Intel Pentium M CPU

Samsung chooses ATI processing solution for DLP HD TVs

Ritek ends CD-R manufacturing in Europe

Half a million DS units sold in Europe

Nvidia's nForce4 for Intel to arrive April

MSI P4N Diamond Motherboard

Windows XP 64 available for download

French TV enters digital age

Sharp enters digital portable music player market

Consumer electronic prices down 0.8% in January 2005 goes live


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