Two of the worlds biggest flat-panel display makers, Sony Corporation and LG.Philips LCD Company Limited, unveiled flexible full-color displays at a display industry show in California this week. Sony took the wraps off its prototype...

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Owners of Tivos popular digital video recorders (DVR) will soon be able to download videos from "Amazon Unbox on Tivo", an extension of Amazon Unbox (launched in September 2006). Films will be priced at $9.99...

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Google to unveil desktop search

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Google on Thursday unveiled its first-generation desktop application for searching through personal files on the PC and through a persons Web history, a move that could shake up the landscape of Internet search and raise...

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Bell Canada and Microsoft unveiled a joint Web portal today, combining features of the two Internet sites the companies have been operating separately under a new name: Sympatico.MSN.ca. Microsofts http://www.msn.ca and Bells http://www.sympatico.ca...

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Welcome to the home—and the office—of the future. Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft Corp. will use a Windows hardware conference in Seattle this week to unveil updated concepts of consumer and business PCs, plus a glimpse...

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Sony announces that it will unveil its PlayStation 2-based PSX device in Tokyo next week. Sony has today announced that it will unveil its PSX device at the CEATAC Japan 2003 industry...

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Intel released three new Xeon chips for four- and eight-processor servers in a move to increase the pressure on Sun Microsystems. The new chips--formerly codenamed "Gallatin"--are enhanced versions of Intels Xeon line for multiprocessor servers....

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Thanks prasant again for this story. Microsoft, looking to expand its desktop software monopoly into new areas, on Tuesday will announce plans for a new version of its cash cow, Office, and the launch of...

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Nine consumer electronics makers, including Sony, Philips Electronics and Samsung Electronics, are expected to unveil a uniform standard for next-generation DVDs on Tuesday, Japanese media said. According to the reports, the nine...

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