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Nvidia Debuts Chips for Tiny PC's

Graphics card provider Nvidia has just shown off two Tegra processors designed for tiny laptops or netbooks. Tegra processors are designed so that devices fitted with them would be able to browse the web, show... More...

Last.fm debuts free music service

Social music site Last.fm has launched what it describes as the world's biggest free music service. It is promising to pay unsigned artists royalties every time a user streams a track to their computer. The... More...

Sony debuts high-speed memory stick

Sony has announced its first Sony Memory Stick PRO-HG media card, which will ship in August 2007. The Memory Stick PRO-HG, available in 1GB, 2GB and 4GB capacities, is a step-up of Sony's Memory Stick... More...

Texas Instruments Debuts 'TI-Nspire'

No doubt a lot of you will remember using a TI calculator sometime during your education. Up here in Canada, the majority of schools use Ti-83/84 calculators at the high school level to teach topics... More...

Intel Debuts 'Core 2 Duo'

Intel has finally launched their new 'Core 2 Duo' and 'Core 2 Extreme' series processors this afternoon from their headquarters in California. Conroe desktop chip availability is set for 'early August' with the mobile Merom... More...

Yahoo! debuts new technology section

Internet search giant Yahoo! has taken the plunge and introduced a sickle-sweet combination of advertising and advice under the guise of a new technology section on its famed portal. The 19-strong sections cover many of... More...

AMD Quietly Debuts New AMD Sempron Chip

Without making any official statements, Advanced Micro Devices has updated its lineup of entry-level processors with new AMD Sempron 3400+ chip, which is expected to offer performance superior compared to Intel's recently introduced Celeron D... More...

Sharp Debuts Dual View LCD Display

Sharp will begin mass production of the world's first dual-view LCD, enabling viewers to see 2 totally different images when looking at an angle to the left or right of the screen. This breakthrough is... More...

AMD Debuts Athlon 64 X2

AMD has lifted the press ban on its new dual-core desktop processors, and the results look promising. Most sites are reporting that the high end X2 chips from AMD are significantly faster then comparable Intel... More...

Yahoo debuts personalized search

Yahoo introduced a personal search feature Wednesday, expanding its drive to offer made-to-order online services to consumers and answering the release of similar tools by rival Google. The Internet giant said the... More...

AMD debuts low-cost Net device

Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday formally announced a low-cost Internet device targeted at emerging markets. As reported earlier, AMD's Personal Internet Communicator is designed to provide Net connectivity and Windows-based computing... More...

ATI Debuts Mobility Radeon X600

ATI Technologies has unveiled its new Mobility Radeon X600 mobile graphics processor , formerly code-named "M24." Mobility Radeon X600 is the first mobile graphics processor to work with PCI Express, a new high-speed computer... More...

New DVD Copying Program Debuts

In the wake of a federal judge's ruling that 321 Studios can no longer manufacture and sell some of its DVD-copying software, the company has released DVDExtreme, a suite of DVD and CD authoring and... More...

Intel Debuts Hyper-Threading Technology for Notebooks

Intel Corporation today introduced the Mobile Intel® Pentium® 4 processor supporting Hyper-Threading (HT) Technology* for portable notebook PCs, commonly referred to as desktop replacement notebooks. These systems offer consumers such desktop-like features as large screens,... More...

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