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Tuesday, May 31, 2005
Verbatim Increases Lead in Recordable and Rewritable CD and DVD Media Markets

Sony Adds Capacity to MICRO VAULT Storage media

Nvidia at Computex 2005

BenQ shows new portable storage line

Computex 2005: Asustek highlights video and imaging capabilities

InterVideo and Ulead Unveil New HD-DVD and Blu-ray Products

Nero Presents VoIP Software for Corporations

ATI Showcases CrossFire'TM' Multi-Graphics Technology

No IE7 for Windows 2000

Leica Digital-Modul-R Availale in 2 Weeks

Security Flaw in Yahoo Music Beta

PDA phones and smartphones come to the fore at Computex 2005

Panasonic Develops VCSEL Laser with 12Gbps Data Transmission Rate

New ITU Standard Delivers 10x ADSL Speeds

Hitachi Maxell Releases 8x DVD+RW Discs

AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core Hit the Shelves

Elpida Unveils Low-Power Consumption DRAM

Ricoh Grants DVD+R DL Manufacturing Technology to Ritek

Monday, May 30, 2005
Fujitsu Hitachi Plasma Display to increase production

Nvidia says PS3 graphics chip still in development

Qantas investigator new music piracy enforcer

CyberLink Showcases Solutions for Next Generation DVD Burning at Computex 2005

ASUS Announces A8N-SLI Premium motherboard

AOpen's CPU cooler captures '"Good Design Award"

AOpen launches 64-bit XP K8 solution at Computex Taipei 2005

Apacer Introduces Stylish MP3 Players

Prodisc Smartbuy Offers Hard Coating for DVD-R

Sony BMG Tests Anti-CD Burning Technology

ECS Unveils ATI's Multi-GPU CrossFireTM Ready Motherboards

Philips to Invest EUR 40 million in LCD Backlighting Technology

EU Needs Time to Decide Microsoft's Fate

PRETEC to Offer 8GB USB Flash Drive

BenQ Get Licenses to Sell in China

IBM, Hitachi Sign Storage Interoperability Deal

New ATI 512MB Graphics Cards Trouble WindowsXP x64

Philips, ASUS Offer Motherboard with Build-in TV reception

China to Register all Internet Sites

AOpen Debuts Dual-Core Chipset and ATX Pentium M Motherboards

Samsung Produces 4-Gigabit NAND Flash Memory Using 70-nanometer Technology

Friday, May 27, 2005
BAPCo Releases MobileMark 2005

ATI Demonstrates Hardware Decoding of H.264 Video

Phoenix Technologies Recovery Solution adopted by Asus

VIA Enters Low-Power Chipset Market WIth The C7

NHK, Sony developing 10GB 1-inch drive

Netscape 8 breaks IE

Wireless standards are confusing the market

EU lawmakers say no to phone data retention rules

Corsair ships 1 GHz DDR2 memory

AMD Geode Processor To Power Mobile Devices

Intel Unveils DRM-enabled Pentium D

Thursday, May 26, 2005
HexaLock to Launch Virtual Digital Hologram CD Copy Protection Scheme

Sweden's Parliament OKs Anti-Piracy Law

Toshiba sees eventual unified DVD format

Taiwan's Acer aims to more than double global PC market share to 10 pct

Canon says chip stepper recovery could take 2 yrs

Yahoo says rolling out new PhotoMail service

TV price war heats up

Pioneer adds 8x DVD+RW writing to DVR-A09

Cree Introduces Brighter LED Chips Optimized for LCD Backlighting Solutions

Seiko Epson Develops New LCD Projector Panel

Sensor prevents shut-eye in digital snaps

Nokia Unveils Handheld Internet Tablet

ABIT Introduces the AL8

New generation of gaming mainboards from Sapphire

Wednesday, May 25, 2005
WD Shipping 320 GB Enterprise-Class HDD

WD Shipping SATA II HDD With 300 MB/s Data Transfer Rate

ABIT Introduces AudioMAX 7.1 HD

MAM-A Inc. Announces the release of their newest product, Gold Archive Grade DVD-R

ATI Works With Game Developers to Create Games For Imageon-Powered Mobile Phones

Blu-ray Disc Ready for Cost Effective Manufacturing

Sharp Introduces 4.3-Inch Landscape TFT-LCD in 16:9 Aspect Ratio

Pirates 'Meet the Fockers': Digital Movies on PCs on the Rise, According to NPD

Samsung Showcases First 40'' OLED and Advanced Back Lighting Technology

Instant Custom Quotes Now Available through Disc Maker New Quote-O-Matic Website

Corsair Unveils New High Speed Additions to its Wide Family of Flash Products

Blue laser success for AudioDev at Media-Tech Expo

NTI to Support DVD-R DL

Apacer's Disc Steno CP300 Portable Multifunctional DVD Burner

LG Super-slim CRT set to change entry-level television market

PUH shortage for 8x slim DVD burners in Taiwan

Philips opens Authorized Test Center in Europe for HDMI

Hitachi Unveils New 4 Gb/s Fibre Channel Hard Drives

Consumer Demand For PVRs Drives Record Unit Shipments

Iomega Announces Two Patents In The Fields of Nano-Technology

Samsung Digimax i5 - in the palm of your hand

AMD Releases "Pacifica" Specification For AMD64 Technology

Prodisc Unveils 4.9GB DVD-R disc

IBM, Infineon and Macronix Launch New Form of Memory

Samsung LCD Business President Calls for Next Generation LCD Glass Size Standardization

Toshiba announces new DVD burners

Nero To Support Multisession Writing of DVD-R media

Monday, May 23, 2005
Pioneer DVR-110 Specifications

Kodak Licenses OLED Technology to Fuji

Paramount Home Entertainment Unveils Full Slate of UMD Releases for PSP

Samsung Replaces Hard Drives With Flash

ARCHOS Introduces Mobile Digital Video Recorder

Apple to use Intel chips?

Ridisc media. How good are they?

Lens thinner than paper

CyberLink Demonstrates Blu-ray Disc Burning and Playback

U.S. movie group warns China of piracy fallout

AMD releases a consumer electronics chip

Sapphire's Liquid Metal VGA

Philips Announces Low Power IC for Portable Audio Devices

Sunday, May 22, 2005
Alera Technologies bring LightScribe to DVD/CD Publisher

Saturday, May 21, 2005
A back-to-basics mobile launched

Microsoft may face EU fine process within weeks

Sharp Showcases Newest Advancements in LCD Technology

Google offers test of 'portal' page similar to Yahoo, MSN

Gadgets at Electronic Entertainment Expo

Friday, May 20, 2005
Olympus announces Camedia D-435

Toshiba Announces LCD/DVD Combination TVs

Daxon Technology to transform 30% of CD-R disc capacity to DVD+R/-R

AMD to launch dual-core Athlon 64 on May 31

Motorola evaluating mobile TV-enabled handset standards

BenQ Unveils Slim-Type External DVD Burner

BenQ PB2250 - New Projector for mobile professionals

ASUS Launches the CB-5216A-U External COMBO Drive

Acer TravelMate 3000

Sigma 50-500mm f4-6.3 EX DG/HSM lens

Samsung Develops 40-inch OLED for Ultra-slim TVs

Plasmon Unveils New Gx134 and Gx174 Optical Libraries

Traxdata introduces new multimedia cards

Thursday, May 19, 2005
Matsushita and Sony do not budge on DVD format

2004 a Very Tough Year for Optical Disc Manufacturers

New Netscape browser launched

DVD Player with Fingerprint Recognition

Ricoh Unveils 8x DVD+RW media

AOpen launched the Aeolus PCX6600 DV128LP

Intel Desktop PC Platform Seeks More Corporate Business

TDK Unveils 100GB Blu-Ray Disk Prototype

MSI Unveils Hetis 915 Barebone System

More than a third of PC software pirated

Western Digital Unveils SATA II drives and Network Hard Drive at E3

Xbox 360 games backwards compatibility explained

Leadtek to outsource its graphics card production to Foxconn

DTS, C-Media and Realtek Bring High-Quality DTS Surround Sound Into PCs

Wednesday, May 18, 2005
Samsung's 90nm XDR Plays in PS3

Sigma Unveils 180mm f3.5 lens for digital cameras

AMD showcases Turion 64-bit notebooks

Nokia branches out on gaming platform

Advanced VIA DualGFX Express Technology in Action

BBC to offer downloadable TV programs

Lack of Broadcasts Hindering HDTV Growth

Seagate to ship 120GB laptop hard drives in June

Fujifilm boosts its memory

MAXimum Convenience with the AW8-MAX

Sony confirms Euro PSP launch line-up

IE 7 Tabs Will Be 'Basic,' Says Microsoft

Video on Mobiles: Consumers want it, but do not pay for it

CMC Magnetics: OEM prices of DVD+R/-R discs to further rise next quarter

The new Nikon Coolpix S2

Nintendo Console: Is It a Revolution?

Philips Introduces New Transflective LCD Module for Mobile Phones

Xbox 360 Will Use InterVideo's DVD Engine Playback

Tuesday, May 17, 2005
Plextor Selects Nero as Its Digital Media Software for Its New PX-740A

Toshiba TDP-SW25U Wireless Projector Provides High Performance and Portability

Toshiba Ships Wireless Stereo Headphones with Bluetooth Technology for Notebooks

Sony, Toshiba presidents to meet on new DVD format

NVIDIA Presents Next-Generation Graphics at PS3

Intel licenses 'Eurasia' graphics cores from U.K. developer

MPAA, RIAA Warn College of File Sharers

RIAA Targets CD Piracy At Retail Outlets

ATI and Microsoft Usher in the HD Era of Gaming

AOpen launches 4 Platforms in Computex 2005 Show in Taipei

DaTARIUS launches BD and more at the Media-Tech Expo in Las Vegas

U.S. Judge: MediaTek's Chips Do Not Infringe Zoran and Oak Patents

Sony shrinks HD camcorder's size and price

Nokia N70 multimedia 3G smartphone introduction

Albatron unveils AGP 8x-to-PCIe graphics card bridge

Toshiba TDP-SW25U Wireless Projector

AOpen to introduce Pentium M motherboard using desktop 915G chipset

Elpida Memory Plans to Support Demand for XDR DRAM

New Toshiba Gigabeat F11, F21 and F41 MP3 Players

New "SkipDR AutoMax" Recovers Data From Scratched CDs/DVDs

Taiwan DVD disc makers enjoy booming business

Japanese brands cut prices for 5-megapixel DSCs

Bayer Announces New Polycarbonate Film With Increased Surface Conductivity

Sony Strikes Back with PlayStation 3

Monday, May 16, 2005
ASUS Announces WL-520g Router

Kingston Launches New "Ultimate" Line of SD Cards

Macrovision's HackU at E3 Showcases How Successful Publishers Protect Their Games

Gates bills Halo 3 as PS3 killer

Sony action against PSP hacks

Next-gen DVD talks collapse

BenQ cuts prices on 16x DVD Dual DL burners

Corsair XMS2 5400UL Redefines DDR2 Memory Performance on the Intel Glenwood Platform

ViewSonic Announces 20-Inch LCD TV Offers High Performance and Style at Low Price

M-Systems New Flash Drive for Military and Aerospace Application

Ampex Licenses Digital Still Camera Patents to Fuji and Konica Minolta

id Software Announces QUAKE 4 for Xbox 360

Creative announces new audio format

1.7-Micron Pixel CMOS Demoed

Single chip 802.11a/b/g solution to become mainstream

E3: Nintendo Revolution details

AOpen launches "top" Cinema AV PC at Computex

Study: Intel's hyperthreading could expose servers

Nintendo opens 1st specialized game store in New York

Denon Link Approved for DVD-Audio and SACD

Friday, May 13, 2005
JVC starts marketing LCOS RPTVs globally

Microsoft to slim down Windows XP for older PCs

Nero Toolkit Now Supports Blu-ray

SEGA Announces Two New SEGA Titles for Xbox 360

High Definition FVD players appear in Taiwan

Taiwan makers: short supply of pick-up heads for DVD burners eases

The Pentax OptioSVi

Sprint Offers 2-Megapixel Camera Phone By Samsung

Critical flaws found in IPsec protocols

DRAM makers expect new Intel chipsets to accelerate DDR2 adoption

EA Gets the Jump on Next Generation Games

Info-Tek Releases GECUBE RADEON X800XL 512MB Heat Pipe Graphics Card

Mr Lawrence Chang of Kingmax at CDRinfo

Toshiba, Microsoft reach comprehensive cross-licensing pact

Apple updates video and DVD applications

CyberLink PowerProducer 3 Encore Maximizes -RW Compatibility

Microsoft to offer anti-virus software, service

Sony, Cingular Roll Out New Wireless Laptop

Pioneer to Launch Hard Drive-based Car Navigation Systems in Japan

Microsoft's Xbox 360: Specifications

I/OMagic's 16X Dual Format drive features LightScribe

Thursday, May 12, 2005
Optodisc Technology to expand monthly capacity to 50 million DVD discs

Singulus Technologies Introduces SPACELINE II HD

Memorex Releases Specialty DVDs for Home Movie Recording

Olympus UK Introduces μ Digital 800 Digital Camera

Sony Announces Two New Titles For The PSP

Infineon samples 8 GByte DDR2 memory

Sony Blu-Ray player out next year

Grand opening of the Blue Laser Room - Media Tech Expo

Group Studies RFID to Stop Digital Piracy

Nvidia to showcase G70 at Computex

Security Update to Firefox Now Available

Sandisk ships new flash MP3 players

CyberLink Supports Microsoft's Certified Output Protection Protocol (COPP) for DVI-HDCP Transmission

Thomson Showcases new Technologies for the Cinema t the Cannes Film Festival

Xbox 360 to debut on MTV tonight

Nintendo to Take DS Gaming Online

Waitec Unveils High-Capacity Pocket HDD

Samsung to Reduce Design Time for Nano-class ICs

Toshiba Acquires Panasonic Shikoku Electronics' U.S. HDD Design Center

Yahoo! Music partners with Sonic and Nero

Wednesday, May 11, 2005
EA Announces 2005 Electronic Entertainment Expo Line-Up;

Plextor Announces PX-740A

Benq Aims to Double Global Revenue in 4 Years

Microsoft, Philips tie up software deal

Windows MS Office upgrade coming in 2006

Hitachi Boosts Speed for Notebook Hard Drive

iTunes Launches European Expansion

Intel begins shipping dual-core processors

Motorola Labs Debuts Nano Emissive Flat Screen Display Prototype

Far Cry updated for Athlon 64-bit

Nokia opens up mobile TV platform

Game Developers Conference returns to Europe in 2005

Ericsson and 3 Scandinavia Demonstrate 1.5 Mbps Enhanced Uplink in Live WCDMA System

Ericsson Signs 3G/UMTS Mobile Platform Agreement for Handset Development with SAGEM

Pioneer Selects TransDimension's Solution to Enable a New Trend in DVD Recorders

Paramount And Warner Home Video Welcomes New Line-up of HD DVD Discs

Cinea Integrates S-TRACK Watermarking System With Rimage DVD Publishing Systems

MusicNet to Support Yahoo Music Subscription Service

W3C Launches ''Mobile Web Initiative''

ULi's new chipset claimed to be "Dual-Core Ready"

OCZ Technology and ASUS Partner Up to Deliver First 1GHz FSB Memory

Microsoft Releases Windows Mobile 5.0

Pentax Announces Three New Optio Digital Cameras

FVD cooperates with DataPlay

Tuesday, May 10, 2005
ABIT Launches the Fatal1ty X800XL 512MB

MKM Announces DVD+/-R DL Discs for Video Use

RIAA selects TestCenter by AudioDev for DualDisc Testing Program

ASUS Announces A6 Notebook Series

ASUS Announces W2V Notebook Series

AOpen launches Aeolus 6600 VGA Display Cards with unique heat dissipation

Extend your digital life with AOpen XC Cube TZ series

TEAC Announces 6 new optical storage drives

Create an Impression with TDK's PrintOn Photo Quality DVDs

Cutting Master Format (CMF) for Blu-ray ROM is completed

Toshiba Unveils 45GB HD DVD-ROM Disc!

NEC poised to reign over UK DVD re-writer market

AMD And Crytek Join Forces to Unveil Action-Packed Far Cry 64-Bit Game

Nintendo, IGN Entertainment Join Forces to Create a New Portable Gaming Network

ADS Tech's New USB 2.0 Mini Drive Kit Extends Capacity

VESA Announces Plan to Develop New Digital Display Interface Standard

IDC Forecasts Worldwide Mobile Phone Growth To Continue At A Slower Pace in 2005

Konica Minolta Introduces the New 5 Megapixel DiMAGE X60 Digital Camera

ACARD introduced the world's first 1-to-9 DVD copy controller

3-D IC Engineering

Vodafone embraces in-game advertising

ARCHOS Introduces the Gmini XS 100

Fujitsu releases 100GB 2.5" Serial ATA Hard Disk

Toshiba prepares industry for a single HD video format

AMD to migrate all desktop CPUs to Socket M2, server CPUs to Socket F in 2006

Panasonic DMC-FX8 Digital Camera

US court permits TV programme copying

Nvidia increases wafer production for entry-level AGP8X chips

Microsoft to unveil new mobile software

Napster opens ring-tone download store

A Free Song for Every Swiss Citizen

AOpen launches killer Cinema AV PC

Monday, May 9, 2005
First International Multi-industry Standard For Interoperable Digital Rights Management

3G mobiles switch on to Linux

Chipmaker develops denser storage method

AXIOMTEK Releases World's First Single Board Computer Based on Intel? Pentium? M Processor 760

T-Online to Activate Macrovision Copy Protection for Video-On-Demand in Germany

CyberLink PowerProducer 3 Encore Delivers New Video Editing Tools

PSP UMD Cracked

Lite-On IT aims to ship 50 million ODDs this year

Windows XP Professional x64 Edition review

Saturday, May 7, 2005
Why Adobe, Macromedia united for video-software fight

Toshiba reveals two new DVD players

InterVideo partners with Google

Friday, May 6, 2005
Gigabyte introduces GeForce 6200 graphics card

MSI launches new DVD recorder

Australia: DVD and iPod taping may be legal

Kodak EasyShare Z760

Microsoft shares spare technology

Gates optimistic for 360's success

Microsoft, HP unveil new high-def video disc formats

6GB MP3 Photo Jukebox by GateWay

Nanotechnology and the Precautionary Principle

Apple updates Bonjour for Windows

Advanced Media Introduces New White Inkjet Printable Discs

ACARD unveils 1-to-7 DVD Copy Controller for 16X Recording

Hackers figure out file extraction from Sony UMD

GSM Association rejects revised phone DRM rates

Google Releases Web Accelerator

Bluetooth SIG, UWB to Work Together

PalmOne announces new hard drive-based handheld

Intel highlights its next-gen dual-core chips

Star Wars Knights Review

Sapphire pushes limits with 512MB X800XL

Thursday, May 5, 2005
Yahoo video search available

The Kodak C360, C330 and C310

Samsung, LG Electronics Pass Nokia in U.S. Mobile Phone Sales

Ritek hit one-year record revenues in April

Intel demos WiMax technology

ATI's Radeon X800 XL 512 MB launched

Wednesday, May 4, 2005
Verbatim 4x DVD-R Dual Layer Testing Complete Shipping to consumers has begun

If pirating grows, it may not be the end of music world...

A New Security Layer for Wi-Fi

Samsung, Microsoft Ink HDTV Alliance for Next-Gen Xbox Console

CyberLink Supports Leading Video Content Protection System (VCPS) for Playback and Burning

Albatron's PC6800 VGA card features Wise Fan III + Heat Pipe Technology

ATI Graphics Available for the First Time in New iMac G5

LG Introduces Plasma HDTV With Integrated High-Definition DVR

VMD High Definition Disc Format Debuts

Panasonic Begins Blu-ray Disc Production

ATI delivers 512MB Graphic Cards

Tuesday, May 3, 2005
MPAA copyright victory is 'website killer'

Verbatim Expands Flash Memory Card Range

Sony Delivers 4X DVD-R Dual Layer Recorders

Memorex Announces M-Flyer USB Flash Drive

Bayer MaterialScience to participate in the development of holographic storage media

Volari - A breath of fresh air for FIC graphics

ACARD Launches the World?s First 1-to-7 DVD Copy Controller Supports 16X Recording

OCZ Technology Group Announces PC2-6400 Platinum with 4-3-3 Timings

30 DVDs per Hour

TDK Professional Disc & TDK Blu-ray Disc

RIAA Announces International Licensing Program For DualDisc Logo

New 5.3-inch and 9-inch Widescreen Portable DVD Players

Acer expects to ship 10 million PCs in 2005

AMD releases new prices for socket-754 Semprons

Ricoh announces the Ricoh Caplio GX8

CyberLink PowerProducer 3 Encore with New Video Editing Tools

Mobile games poised for take-off

Monday, May 2, 2005
Your DVD passion will reach its limits with VISION PX7

AOpen Introducing the XC Cube MZ855 and MZ850e Expansion Box

Inventor Creates Soundless Sound System

Japan gets 'Teleglass' to watch movies on the go

New Technology Enables Parents To Filter DVD Content


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