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3Q15 Hard Disk Drive Shipments Report
IDC's preliminary 3Q15 worldwide HDD shipment results indicate the HDD industry shipped 116.8 million units to 119.3 million units. This equates to approximately 132,000PB shipped in 3Q15, an 8.0% increase quarter over quarter, but down by 6.5% year over year. >>>
Japanese Fund may Invest In Sharp: report
A Japanese Government-backed fund is considering investing in Sharp to take the initiative in reorganizing the electronics maker's operations, Nikkei business daily reported. >>>
ASUS Upgrades Its ROG Gaming Lineup
ASUS on Friday announced in a San Fransciso event a new arsenal of Republic of Gamers hardware catering for elite desktop and mobile PC gamer. >>>
ITC Says Samsung Did Not infringe Nvidia's Patents
An administrative law judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday ruled in favor of Samsung Electronics, essentiailly allowing the company use graphics chip technology owned by Nvidia. >>>
 Optical Storage
U.K. Physical Media Market To Keep Falling In Q3 2015  
Sales of both DVD and Blu-Ray discs in the U.K. are expected to continue to decline in the third quarter of this year, mainly to the market continuing its shift to other forms of media.  >>>
Imation To Exit Recording Media And Audio Equipment Businesses  
Windows Patch Removes Support For Safedick and Securom Disc Protection Schemes  
Streaming Music Outsells Physical Media: RIAA  
CMC Magnetics Acquires Optical Disc Assets From Taiyo Yuden  
 General Computing
Firefox To Switch Away From Plugins   
Browser plugins have been sources of performance problems, crashes, and security incidents for Web users. By next year, Mozilla plans to make it possible for sites to switch away from plugins, as features that currently require plugins will be available via native Web APIs.  >>>
Amazon Launches App Developing Platform For IoT  
Facebook to Test Emoji Icons  
Apple's iBooks To Offer Enhanced Editions of Harry Potter Series  
Amazon Debuts Handmade Store For Artisans  
 PC Parts
PC Shipments Kept Falling In 3Q  
Research firms Gartner and International Data Corp (IDC) said worldwide shipments of personal computers fell 7.7 percent and 10.8, respectively in the third quarter, as a stronger dollar made them costlier.  >>>
Qualcomm Showcases 24-core Server Chip  
18.4-inch Samsung Galaxy View Tablet Passes FCC Certification   
Lite-On Introduces New EP2 SSD With NVMe Protocol   
SanDisk and HP Team Up to Create Memory-Driven Computing Solutions  
ARCHOS and Sikur Ensure Your Privacy with GranitePhone  
ARCHOS has made available the GranitePhone by SIKUR, allowing both companies to enter the global market of private communications smartphones, where the need for voice and data protection is a growing concern.  >>>
Apple Removes Apps From Online Store  
Apple Says Battery Tests For iPhone 6s Lineup May Be Misleading  
AT&T Customers Allowed To Make Calls Over Wi-Fi   
Virgin Mobile USA Adds Unlimited Music and More Data  
 Consumer Electronics
LG Triples OLED TV Line-up, Slashes Prices  
LG Electronics is trying to make OLED technology more attractive to consumers in the U.S. with an expanded family of OLED TVs at aggressive new price points.  >>>
Sharp Showcases Ultra HD Blu-ray Recorder, 8K TV at CEATEC 2015  
New Roku 4 Streaming Player Supports 4K Resolution  
Siri Meets Philips Hue  
Premium HDMI Cable Certification Program Ensures Quality for 4K, UltraHD Content  
Sony Slashes The Price Of PS4 In The U.S.  
The PlayStation 4 (PS4) system, which is currently available for $399.99 USD (MSRP), will be available in the U.S. starting at $349.99 USD (MSRP) on October 9.  >>>
Microsoft Buys Havok  
GeForce NOW Lets You Stream PC Games Instantly  
Xbox One 1TB Holiday Bundle Available Next Month  
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