Forget the one hundred dollar laptop. India has bigger, but cheaper, plans. Ten times cheaper to be exact: Indias Ministry of Human Resource Development is spearheading the project, with help from Semiconductor Complex, a state-sponsored...

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Dutch scientist John Kessels at the University of Eindhoven says he has written code that makes cars more efficient by controlling a vehicles battery charging system. Employing software to dynamically switch a dynamo, used to...

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From a developer standpoint the power of the next-gen consoles opens up doors that simply werent there before, but equally brings concerns over escalating development costs possibly in the region of $20-$30 million. Speaking at...

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Samsung Electronics is planning to produce own-brand Bluetooth chips for handsets, using technologies licensed from Ericsson, according to sources, adding that the South Korea-based firm is sampling the chips with module makers and some other...

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McGee, who is the Hong Kong-based publisher for Enlight Software, has received his first assignment today. McGee will take the role of executive producer of Scapland, which is expected to be an action game for...

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It may sounds like science fiction, but the printer you buy in the future could be able to produce a real-life object from images on your computer. Several companies are working on...

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Nvidia has signed a pact with IBM Microelectronics to help it avoid putting all of its graphics chips in one basket. The chipmaker on Wednesday will announce an agreement in which IBM will...

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Despite being one of the more visible skeptics of Intels Itanium chip family, Dell Computer will incorporate the Itanium 2 chip into future high-powered computers, a Dell executive said Tuesday. The Round...

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