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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...

Tiny chips flash memory advance

Electronics giant Samsung has shown off what it claims is the world's most powerful chip for use in memory cards. The 64 gigabit (Gb) chips could be used to make 128 gigabyte memory cards, commonly... More...

Sony's Announces Tiny High-Def Camcorder

Sony Corporation has announced its smallest high-definition camcorder to date: the HDR-CX7, weighing 450 grams and measuring 69 millimeters by 67mm by 129mm. The camera features a 3-megapixel image sensor, although the camera can also... More...

The Big Tussle Over a Tiny Orange Box

Microsoft set off a storm of comments and feedback – both glowing and damning – this weekend when officials requested feedback on a proposed RSS icon redesign for the Internet Explorer (IE) 7.0 toolbar. Details... More...

Tiny robot to help cancer diagnosis

British scientists are developing a tiny robot to fit inside MRI machines, which will improve the accuracy of biopsies taken to screen for prostate cancer. Needle biopsies are currently taken from the... More...

Tiny TrueType collection browser

Denis Rakita has released his FontsOnCD freeware utility for browsing the TrueType fonts collections, running directly from CD without waste of system resources. Major FontsOnCD feature - tiny size and possibility to write a program... More...

Tiny Personal Firewall 6.0.90

Tiny Personal Firewall represents smart, easy-to-use personal security technology that fully protects personal computers against hackers. It is built on the proven WinRoute Pro, ICSA certified security technology. Tiny Personal Firewall offers the ultimate protection... More...

Sony unveils tiny wireless pen PC

Sony will ship a keyboardless PC in Japan later this month. But it's no Tablet PC - instead, this pen-operated, wireless-enabled Windows XP machine will be pitched at mobile media consumers. The consumer... More...

HP claims big step in tiny chips

Hewlett-Packard and University of California scientists have patented a process they said would eventually help turn out powerful computers that fit on the head of a pin with room to spare. Scientists need to... More...

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