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Cello releases HDTV with SD PVR

Over the past couple of days, news has come out that UK based company 'Cello' will release an HDTV which is capable of recording content onto SD memory. Currently the HDTV will only be available... More...

Windows Live hits second generation

Microsoft is adding photo sharing and Web-based hosted storage to Windows Live on Wednesday, though for now the services will be limited to a few thousand preselected testers.The first new service, Windows Live Photo Gallery... More...

Next Generation of Games Starts With XNA

Microsoft Corp. today announced XNA (TM) , a powerful next-generation software development platform. XNA empowers developers to deliver breakthrough games while combating rising production costs and ever-increasing hardware complexity. Games for future iterations of all... More...

BootIt Next Generation 1.60

An excellent partition and multi boot manager with a powerful and simple to use set of tools to quickly partition, image, or multi boot your computer. It combines the features of several standalone products costing... More...

Eidos released next generation of thieves

Eidos Interactive, one of the world's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, announces that the next instalment in the Thief series is currently in development for Xbox and PC. The game is being developed... More...

Next generation Wi-Fi available in Europe

The first next generation wireless LAN products have been released in the UK by Intel. These conform to the 802.11a standard and allow a five-fold performance increase on Wi-Fi networks. The previous standard, 802.11b, functioned... More...

ViewSonic Brings Next Generation Technology Home

ViewSonic Corporation announced a number of consumer-focused display products at the 2002 Consumer Electronics Show, including its first wide-format smart display capable of high-resolution data and video, along with two new lightweight, affordable, feature-rich projectors.... More...

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