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Gibson Shows Self-Tuning Guitar

Musicians of the world are getting a new kind of artistic freedom with technology that eliminates the challenging chore of tuning. "Powertune," a robotics technology developed by German company Tronical Gmbh in partnership with Gibson... More...

NBC to End iTunes Sales of Its Shows

NBC Universal, unable to come to an agreement with Apple on pricing, has decided not to renew its contract to sell digital downloads of television shows on iTunes. The media conglomerate — which is the... More...

id Software Shows Off New Game Engine

At Apple's worldwide developer conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, California, John Carmack, the chief technology officer of id Software, a well-known game developer, has demonstrated the company's new game engine, which, it claims already works... More...

AMD shows sunny side of Barcelona

Randy Allen, corporate vice president for server and workstations at AMD, announced the company is on track to ship its Barcelona quad-core server chip in production volumes sometime around the middle of this year. Server... More...

Leaked Letter shows RIAA pressuring ISPs

The RIAA is asking for additional cooperation from ISPs in getting customers targeted by the RIAA's file-sharing sting to cooperate, according to a letter recently leaked to P2P attorney Ray Beckerman. In it, the RIAA... More...

Samsung Shows 70" HD LCD Panel

Samsung Electronics has unveiled a 70in LCD (liquid crystal display) panel that it hopes will help boost the competitiveness of LCD technology in the big-screen TV sector. The panel refreshes the picture 120... More...

NBC, ESPN Shows May Head to iPod

According to sources, NBC Universal and Apple are close to a deal that will make programs from NBC's broadcast network and several cable channels such as USA Network and Sci Fi Channel available on-demand on... More...

Bizarre Shows Off PGR3 Crowds

In their latest studio update, Bizarre Creations released an image taken during a test of the company's crowd system for Project Gotham Racing 3. Although the sight of 35,000 spectators on one track corner may... More...

Study Shows Microsoft, Linux Neck-And-Neck

Most U.S. businesses say there is very little difference between the cost of maintaining a Windows versus a Linux-based corporate computing environment, according to a new Yankee Group study released on Monday. The main cost... More...

Toshiba shows fuel cell prototype

Toshiba used the Cebit trade show to demonstrate for the first time an operating prototype fuel cell for notebook PCs, but the company, citing size, weight and regulatory concerns, said it will not commercialize the... More...

Apple Shows Off Mac OS X Tiger, Xcode

Apple Computer Inc. on Tuesday offered a crowd of developers, consultants and IT managers here a preview of Mac OS 10.4, the next version of the company's Macintosh operating system, code-named Tiger. The software is... More...

AOL Shows Safe Chat Rooms

America Online is showing a "safe chat room" for children and teenagers that uses so-called "multifactor authentication" technology from VeriSign to verify a child's age. Equipped with secure tokens that plug into computer... More...

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