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Monday, February 28, 2005
Consumers Amenable To Music CDs With Copy Protection

Iomega Enhances Iomega Super DVD Drives with Sonic MyDVD v6

Apple pioneer dies at 61

EMI Music Releases First ''DTS Signature Series'' Surround Titles

NVIDIA to preview anticipated NVIDIA nForce and SLI solutions for Intel platforms at IDF

ATI extends graphics cards line

New Iomega 4x DVD DL burner

Microsoft 64-bit roadmap revealed

Japan's consumers now less interested in HDD DVD recorders

US consumers not opposed to music CDs with copy protection - report

NEC to launch new mobile phones in Russia

Final Fantasy creator signs for Xbox 2

Samsung invests $2.1 billion to meet growing LCD demand

Europe becomes largest digital camera market

Friday, February 25, 2005
Hollywood Studios File New Round of Web Lawsuits

NEC Europe Announces ND-3540A and ND-6650A

NVIDIA Unleashes World's Fastest Mobile GPU

China adopts EVD as national DVD standard

Warner Home Video Drops CD Prices to $3

Prodisc Announces New products for CeBIT 2005

DVD Forum Approves HD DVD-R and DVD-R DL

1-inch 6GB hard drive

Handsets with Electronic Money Function

CDcopy and DVDcopy Appliances from Norazza

GeForce Go 6800 Ultra GPU for notebooks

Sony BMG Boosts Copy-Protected CDs

Sharp Announces Availability of Professional Projector for Large Venues and Other High-End Installations

VIA K8N800A chipset for notebooks

Europe becomes largest market for digital cameras

Mozilla Foundation Announces Upadte to Firefox

Next Generation Mobile Gaming Solution

Adaptec's Zero Channel RAID (ZCR) Card

New Dell Gaming and Entertainment Notebooks; Large-Capacity Music Player and Compact Projector

OCZ Technology Reaches DDR1-772 with 3-4-4 Timings

Thursday, February 24, 2005
Major Anti-Piracy Raids In Mexico: One Million Discs Seized And 25 Arrested

Memorex Yet Again the Number One Brand of Recordable CD and DVD Products

US debates anti-piracy TV technology

Dell decides against building AMD-based computers

AOpen Announces The Next Generation of Mobile Gaming Solution MXM GeForce 6 Go Series

Adaptec's Zero Channel RAID (ZCR) Card Enables Supermicro to Deliver Industry's First SATA II ZCR-Enabled Server Solutions

AudioDev is ready to set the new standard for blue laser optical media

Seagate Ships 6GB 1-INCH Hard Drive, Highest Capacity in the Industry

ATI Invites Gamers to Tweak Their PCs With the PROs and Get a Sneak Peek at the World's First 512MB Gaming Card

LG.Philips LCD Announces Joint Venture with Nippon Electric Glass

Double computing speed

New Panasonic DIGA DVD recorders

Apple updates iPod mini

Sony pulls out of PDAs

Macrovision launches licensing program for worldwide patent family covering passive music CD technologies

Sony announces first HTPS LCD panels using inorganic layer

PortalPlayer's Q1, Q2 outlook boosted by new IPod

Hitachi ramps 6-Gigabyte Microdrive to high volume

ATI to show Off 512MB video card

Polaroid announces the availability of Polaroid's new x530

LG-Philips LCD joins hands with Nippon Electric Glass

Seagate ships 6GB 1-inch hard drive

Japan firms make inroads on MediaTek's turf

First Images from Taiwan of the new Ridisc Xtreme Ritek G05 disc

Wednesday, February 23, 2005
SAMSUNG Electronics Begins Mass Producing World?s Largest-capacity Multi-chip Package for Mobile Applications

One of the best uninstallers is now available in a new version!

Waitec presents the evolution of ACTION 16.

Alcatel, Microsoft to Develop TV Services

Premier Image to launch 8.1-megapixel DSCs

Apple to unveil new iPod?

AMD to demo a dual-core desktop chip

Cameras, iPods need to talk to each other

Tuesday, February 22, 2005
OCZ Announces PC-4000 Voltage eXtreme Gold Series

TDK's DURABIS Coating Technology Makes Blu-ray a Reality

Intel Desktop Processors Get 64-Bit Support

Seven megapixel compacts push the limits

BTC launches external 16X speed DVD Dual burner / digital card reader super combo drive- DRW1016UB

Accused "Pirate" Acquitted

Recording Industry Welcomes Police Investigation Of Allofmp3.com

Nero 6 First to Support DVD-R Dual-Layer Recording

Plextor announces PlexTools Professional XL

Shuttle launches first Nvidia nForce4 SFF PC

Plextor releases slot load version of the PX-716

Lite-On IT pushes sales of own-brand ODDs in China

Ashampoo CD 2 iPod- More Music for the iPod!

JVC introduces new DVD recorder line

Toshiba names VP Nishida president

Philips offers HDMI-compliant receiver and reference design for next-generation high-definition TVs

Albatron motherboard suports Intel's most recent i915PL chipset with the latest goodies

BTC launches external 16X speed DVD Dual burner / digital card reader combo drive

Xbox 360 Revealed

Ritek adds investment in China subsidiary, CMC Magnetics closes factory in Ireland

Asia Optical aims to be world's largest maker of phone camera lenses in 2006

AOpen prepares "Cube Mini" Pentium M based SFF PC

Samsung begins making world's highest-capacity MCP chip

Freecom presents new multi-media unit that combines Internet with home entertainment

Archos debuts 100GB video recorder, player

Sony delays sales of PSP in S. Korea

Konica Minolta, Fujifilm, Kodak announce picture archiving and sharing standard (PASS) specification

Primera and Dexxon Digital Storage announce worldwide distribution agreement

NEC's panel-sized scan driver achieves 768 outputs for XGA TFT-LCDs

Monday, February 21, 2005
SANDISK Introduces Ultra II SD Plus, A Dual-Purpose SD Memory Card With Built-in USB Connectivity

Massive Xbox part recall

TiVo Subscriptions Hit 3 Million Mark

Rimage and YesVideo Announce Interoperability Partnership

Canon Intros 8 megapixel Digital Rebel XT

Sony debuts high-zoom cyber-shot digital camera

Netscape 8 Beta Pushed Back To March

Intel unveils new class of Pentium 4s

Napster hack leads to free downloads

Ashampoo GmbH & Co. KG today released the version V5.03 of "Ashampoo Burning Studio 5"!

"Ridisc announces Xtreme cooperation with Ritek Taiwan"

An Interview with Tim Smith, Sales and Marketing Manager for Ridisc

Friday, February 18, 2005
Singapore anti-piracy group doubles reward for illegal software tip-offs

DJ In Italy Hit With Biggest MP3 Piracy Fine In Europe

Verbatim's DVD-R and RW range grows with two new products

Intel Scientists Develop World's First Continuous Laser from Standard Silicon

Samsung and Freescale Demonstrate Ultra-Wideband-enabled Cell Phone at 3GSM World Congress

Olympus Adds IR-300 Digital Camera and New DVD/CD Reader/Writer to Its Total Imaging Solution

Olympus Introduces the Ferrari Speed View 8x21 Binoculars Inspired by Stylish, Compact Design of Formula One Racecar

Olympus Announces the D-630 Zoom

MPEG LA Announces Opening of Tokyo Office

HP taps Russell Reynolds Associates to help it find a new CEO

Konami announces Coded Arms for PSP

ATI - Nvidia roll out new notebook GPUs

EU software patent law faces axe

Napster refutes claims of flawed protection

Sega announces next-gen game

Japan's Sony to take on iPod

Netscape 8 beta launch delayed

Canon introduces the EOS 350D / Digital Rebel XT digital SLR camera

Microsoft recalls Xbox power cords

Samsung, LG unveil latest handsets at 3GSM world congress

Dolby shares soar

Intel develops first continuous laser from standard silicon

Oxford semiconductor launches SATA to USB bridge chip for external storage

Thursday, February 17, 2005
MKM Announces New 2x-6x DVD-RW Disc for Data

Fujitsu and Software Architects to Provide Data Security with New Write-Once Technology

ATI Delivers Industry's First DirectX 9 Chipset for AMD Processor-based Notebook PCs

Samsung Introduces New 16X DVD Rewritable Drive with 5X Dual Speed Recording

Canon Launches Stylish New Sure Shot 130u II 35mm Film Camera at Competitive Price

Canon's New EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM Lens and New Wireless Controller LC-5 Make Taking Close-Ups Easy...Even at a Distance

Canon Introduces New Mini-DV Camcorders with True Two-in-One Video and Photo Capabilities

Canon Tops the Digital ELPH Line with the New 7.1 -Megapixel PowerShot SD500 and 5-Megapixel PowerShot SD400 Cameras

Canon Announces New Eight Megapixel EOS Digital Rebel XT SLR

Samsung Electronics Produces World's First Working Prototype of Next Generation of Computer Memory -- DDR3

Toshiba's Tecra A4-S211 Now Features High Performance Graphics to Bring Digital Realism to Business Applications for $1,399

Toshiba's New Tecra S2 Notebook Delivers 'Configuration Freedom' for Specialized Business Needs

Toshiba Unveils Ultimate in Mobility with Launch of Tecra M3 Notebook

Sonic Releases DVD Burning Plug-in for Photo Story 3 for Windows

SmartDisk Launches FotoChute Image Storage Device

Corsair Ships DDR2 SO-DIMMs for Mobile Intel 915 Express Platform

Premier Image becomes Taiwan?s first maker of 8-megapixel DSCs

Skype to co-market VoIP software with Xandros Linux and BenQ P50 phone

Nikon updates digital SLR, intros new consumer cameras

Wednesday, February 16, 2005
Microsoft Launches Anti-Piracy Plan in Brazil

Plasmon to exhibit UDO at Technology for Compliance 2005

Philips to launch software for identifying pirated films on internet

MKM Announces World's First DVD-R DL Disk!

BHA releases B's Recorder GOLD8 Basic

Intel showcases super-charged Xeon

SiS signs 1066MHz-FSB licensing agreement with Intel

Taiwan optical-disc makers see opportunity in pre-recorded discs

Sanyo cuts DVD player PUH price to compete in Taiwan market

Nikon announces D2Hs digital SLR camera

New DRAM circuit design approach for gigabit-era DRAM

Toshiba adopts procurement policy based on social responsibility

Vodafone to begin high-speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) field tests

Sony Ericsson plans walkman phone

Half-Life 2 dominates nominations for GDC awards

Asustek graphics-card shipments see growth in January

Fujifilm unveils 1GB xD-Picture card type M

Motorola debuts RAZR successors, iTunes phone

DTV market to expand 50% in China

Chinese and Indian companies pose threat to SAP

Microsoft to debut IE7 before Longhorn

Nidec sues JVC in U.S. over alleged patent violation

Tuesday, February 15, 2005
BenQ: CeBIT 2005 - Enjoyment in a Connected World

Blu-ray Disc Association Surpasses 100th Member Milestone

Users Bypass Copy Protection on Portable Napster

First product to pass DVD+RW Video Compliance test

First DVD+RW 8x to pass Format Verification.

New NVIDIA nForce4 PCI Express Core-Logic Solutions Set Record Sales Growth

RipGuard DVD is World's First Rip Control Product to Feature THX Verified Status

Macrovision Introduces RipGuard DVD to Dramatically Reduce Digital DVD Piracy

AMD cuts chip prices

New copy-proof DVDs on the way?

Nvidia Upgrades Handheld Graphics Line

Nokia, Microsoft sign digital media software deal

IBM: New Intel-Based Servers Are Cooler

Philips Launches Solution for TV on Mobile

Hitachi's newest DVD camcorder

Kineto Wireless and Philips join forces to bring UMA to mobile phones

Advanced Media Adds Printable, Double-Layer DVD+R Disc to Its Popular RIDATA Optical Media Lineup

SAMSUNG Unveils its Latest Handsets and Product Strategy for 2005 at 3gsm

SANDISK Announces 1-Gigabyte MiniSD Card

Monday, February 14, 2005
DVD Ripping Flourishes

Philips showcases new mobile products and applications for the connected consumer

New Wave of PCI Express Notebooks Launch with NVIDIA GeForce Go 6 GPUs

NVIDIA Launches Next-Generation GeForce Go 6600 GPU for Thin and Light Notebooks

NVIDIA nForce Professional Powers Breakthrough HP Visualization Workstation

New NVIDIA GoForce WMP Enables New Multimedia Capabilities for Mobile Phones

Apogee And Zoran Partner On Audio Technology For Integration Into DVD And Other ICs

Hitachi, Panasonic Team to Expand Plasma TV Business

Albatron AGP6200: Great alternative for Mainboards with AGP interface

Taiwan optical lens maker Largan lowers financial forecast for first time

Toshiba starts premium corporate laptops

Xbox 2 To Be Released Early November

Nokia signs licensing agreement with Macromedia

NEC Electronics and NEC develop 12 Gigabit-Per-Second interface technology for system LSI chips

Philips to deliver system-in-package DVB-H

Sigma announces avalanche of lenses for digital SLR cameras

CyberLink PowerDVD 6 passes "Designed for Windows XP Media Center Edition"

Sony queues up films for PSP launch

Movie body hits peer-to-peer nets

Intel gambles on 'Desktrino'

Saturday, February 12, 2005
BenQ DVDRW - Dress up your memory with LightScribe

Thursday, February 10, 2005
Plasmon at CeBIT 2005: UDO Desktop Drive?, Gx174 and Raidtec CS3102

Yahoo tests toolbar for Firefox

Epson develops innovative flexible 8-Bit microprocessor

Toshiba, SanDisk develop 8-Gbit, 70nm NAND flash

Fiorina is out at HP

PlayStation 3 launch 'ahead of E3', says Sony

RealNetworks loosens commercial license

Sony PSP to ship in UK on 29 April

Panasonic develops world's smallest 2.0 microm-Pixel MOS image sensor

Philips announces 170T LCD/TV combo

Judge questions impact of Microsoft settlement

Sanyo Japan updates Xacti DSC-S4

DRM-less MP3tunes.com begins playing

Philips joins forces with SMART System Technologies and 3united to drive Near Field Communication deployment

New cameras turn night into day

ADS Tech launches central, eastern european operations

DOOM 3 expansion in April

Wednesday, February 09, 2005
Fujifilm?s FinePix A345 Zoom and FinePix A350 Zoom: an ?A? in entry level excellence

Fujifilm FinePix Z1 Zoom: a body for the catwalk with a spec for the studio

FinePix F10 Zoom: Fujifilm?s stamina camera

Pioneer Expands Leading Line of Professional DVD Recorders; PRV-9200

IBM, Sony and Toshiba Disclose Key Details of the Cell Chip

New Philips Nexperia Multimedia Baseband Introduces High-End Multimedia Features to Mainstream Mobile Phones

Intel's First Multi-Core Silicon Production Begins

Fujitsu Develops Technology Enabling Prolonged Viewing of Digital Terrestrial Broadcasts on Mobile Phones

Intel expanding 64-bit Xeon family

Wireless LAN Could Support 3D TV

Multi-Room DVR's To Increase In Popularity

Tuesday, February 08, 2005
Pioneer Expands Leading Line Of Professional DVD Recorders

MSI K8N Neo 4 Platinum

Matrox intros Millennium P650 PCIe 128

Panasonic Rolls Out New LUMIX Digital Still Cameras

TOSHIBA and SANDISK Develop 8-GigaBit Nand Flash Memory Chip with 70nm Process Technology

Picture this - TDK introduces ultra-sharp, glossy finish, photo printable DVDs for that personal touch

Intel announces Pentium Extreme Edition

Monday, February 07, 2005
T-Mobile unveils wireless 'mini-laptop'

Pay radio gets personal

Intel to detail dual-core Itanium at conference

BenQ to offer LightScribe-capable 16x DVD Dual DL burner

Christer Sjstrm new CEO for AudioDev

AudioDev and Microsoft have renewed agreement regarding test equipment for Xbox products

Saturday, February 05, 2005
RIAA sues 83 year old dead woman!

TiVo chief optimistic about future

Lenovo's step back

Abit USA announces 2004 results

Digital cameras and TV's lift Matsushita profit 47%

Microsoft Antitrust: E.U. ruling shuns open source, critics say

AMD aims to boost its share of the notebook-CPU market to 12-15%

Friday, February 04, 2005
MKM launches BIGAZO and New Cine-R discs

Fisher-Price, Scholastic plan interactive DVD books

UK Police Uncover Pirate DVD Factory

PlayStation 3 Cell chip aims high

Microsoft to release bumper Windows patch

Kodak overtakes Sony in U.S. digital camera shipments

Ricoh profit down 6.3%

Saifun launches 2-Mbit Serial EEPROM

Napster to go launched for portable players

Lite-On IT lowers price of 160GB HDD-DVD recorder, Sampo launches 80GB model

MSI K8N Diamond - the Most Featured MSI Mainboard Ever

Thursday, February 03, 2005
SunnComm's MediaMax 5 Passes Independent Testing with Flying Colors

AMD and Microsoft Partner to Move Enterprise Customers to 64-Bit Computing

HP and Nokia Bridge Paper and Digital Worlds with New Mobile Forms Initiative

Six companies to form "HVD Alliance" for the promotion of "Holographic Versatile Disc (HVD)"

Gigabyte to introduce new dual-GPU graphics cards in February

It's Windows vs. Windows as Microsoft battles piracy

Datawrite Adopt TransPrint On Full Face Silver Printable DVD-R

Wednesday, February 02, 2005
SunnComm International Rolls Out Additional MediaMax Copy Management Components

Gainward Separates From Former Investor T.N.C. Moving Headquarters To Europe

Canon Named 'America's Choice' For Digital Cameras in 2004

Philips Announces Availability of First GSM/GPRS/EDGE Handsets Based on Nexperia Cellular System Solution

Philips Brings Video to Samsung Phones

Woman struggling with music downloading lawsuit

NVIDIA Introduces the First PCI Express Mobile Workstation for Professional Application Users

Advanced Media Helps Take Bite Out of Crime

OCZ Announces PC2-5400 DDR2 Enhanced Bandwidth Platinum

Taiwan verification seminar for DVD high speed recording disc/drive

Xbox 2 could be unveiled in May

ABIT unleashes Fatal1ty AMD Athlon motherboard

Sharp outdoes Sanyo in sales

Fujitsu announces agreement with Hitachi on plasma display panel business

Google revenue doubles

Sony Cyber-shot W5 combines ease of use with high quality and traditional design

Intel makes Centrino upgrades

Microsoft debuts search engine

TiVo president resigns

EA 2005 Title Details

Konica Minolta net profit down 13 percent for nine months

Nvidia announces preliminary financial results for the 4Q

Philips announces availability of first GSM/GPRS/EDGE handsets based on Nexperia cellular system

Pioneer PDP-435SX 43-inch Digital HD Plasma TV Wins 2004 ECCJ Chairman's Award

Plasmon announces launch of Raidtec CS3102

Digital camera shipments expected to rise 21% in 2005, CIPA estimates

Tuesday, February 01, 2005
Alienware Unveils the Ground-Breaking MJ-12m 7700 Mobile Workstation for Creative Professionals

Nero Receives Official LightScribe Certification

Sony Announces DRU-720A

MSI launches its new MEGA STICK series - MEGA STICK 527

MSI Announces NX6200TC

Pioneer's Profits Down for 2004

DVD demand spurs AlGaInP laser diode market

Creative Introduces New All-in-One DiVi CAM 316 Mini Digital Camcorder

Canon USA to Distribute FireStore FS-4 DV Disk Recorder from FOCUS Enhancements for Mini-DV Camcorders

Macrovision Signs Interoperability Agreement with Microsoft for Entertainment Content Protection

Macrovision Announces Microsoft's Licensing of Its Analog Copy Protection Intellectual Property

AMD Places Multi-Unit Copper Metrology Order with Philips Advanced Metrology Systems

Canon's New 4.0 Megapixel PowerShot A520 Digital Camera Offers Consumers Lightweight Design with Heavyweight Results

Plextor updates budget DVD-ROM and CD-RW drives

MCE ships portable Dual-Layer DVD FireWire drive

NanoOpto Introduces New Wideband Achromatic Waveplate Enabling Higher Performance, Smaller Size for DVD/CD Optical Pick-up Units

Mobile Phones Drive Fuel Cell Development

Vodafone handsets respond to motion

VIA unveils PT series PCIe chipsets for Intel P4 platform

Casio Introduces New EX-P505 Digital Camera

Russian company picks hole in XP Service Pack 2

Mobile malware kills Symbian service

Virus writer goes to jail

 


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