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Friday, September 30, 2005
XFX Launches GeForce 7800 GT Extreme Gamer

AMD Brings Bare-bones PC to Consumers

Gateway Announces New Line of Media Center PCs

Pioneer Unveils Future 3D User Interface

First 100 Gb/s Transmission of Ethernet-over-optical

Toshiba's 4GB Microdrive Gigashot V10 Camcorder

Panasonic Helps Electric Outlet Go Broadband

BDA: Microsoft/Intel Announcement Cites Inaccuracies

Kodak Ships Computer-free Wireless Camera

Apple Admits Screen Problem with iPod nano

Sony's PlayStation Wins Emmy on 10th Year in N. America

Sony and SanDisk Develop Memory Stick Micro (M2) Format

Thursday, September 29, 2005
AudioDev Unveils HD DVD Analyzer

Rambus Signs Patent License Agreement With Renesas

Infineon, Nanya cooperate on 60nm DRAM Technology

Asus Launches Super-Multi DVD Burner

eDonkey to Finally Close

Sharp at CEATEC JAPAN 2005

Panasonic to Present Its "ideas for life" At CEATEC

Blu-ray Defends As HD DVD Pressure Mounts

Epson Develops the First Flexible TFT SRAM

MIT to Launch $100 Laptop Prototype

Memorex Launches Printable 16x DVD-Rand 16x DVD+R Discs

Samsung To Showcase New Portable Multimedia Player

Cingular to Sell Nokia e-mail Phone

NASA and Google Launch Research Alliance

Nvidia Releases GeForce Go 7800 for Notebooks

Mediatek-based LiteOn, Asus, Teac ODDs Banned From US Market?

Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Shuttle Launches NVIDIA SLI Ready XPC

Sandisk Announced Anti-piracy Memory Chip

Major Chinese DVD player Manufacturers to Support HD-DVD

BenQ Unveils New 37-inch LCD TV

Sanyo to Exit From DVD players, Focuses on HD DVD

JVC at CEATEC JAPAN 2005

Pioneer Introduces High-end HDD/DVD Recorders with Digital Tuner

Tuesday, September 27, 2005
VIA StrongBox Secures Your Data

BenQ Launches Three New Ultra Slim Digital Cameras

Toshiba Unveils 3.2-Megapixel Image CMOS for Mobile Phones

Sharp to Offer Full HD to Flat TVs

OEM Prices of DVDR Discs to Further Rise in Q4

Ritek and CMC to Increase DVD DL Disc Production Volume

KDDI Develops Prototype Fuel-Cell Mobile Phones

OCZ Technology Announces Ultra-fast 2GB Dual Channel DDR

Olympus Adds 8mp E-system SLR

AMD Presents New Dual-core Opteron Processors

Microsoft and Intel to Back HD DVD Format

BenQ Launches its First Super-multi DVD Recorder in Japan

Monday, September 26, 2005
Corsair Announces the World's Highest Performing 1GB Module for the AMD Platform

Philips Welcomes US patent Infringement Case Progress

UMC to Manufacture 90nm R-series Chips for ATI

AOpen Aeolus Review Added

Ricoh Proposes Technology for Manufacturing of Dual-layer HD DVD-RW

TSST Announce First HD DVD Drive for Notebooks

ASUS Confirms Launch of EN7800GT Dual

Sanyo Launches Portable Audio Player

Friday, September 23, 2005
ASUS Announces A8N32-SLI Deluxe and P5N32-SLI Deluxe

BD, DVD & Optimize Focus at Frankfurt Media-Tech

Nintendo Cuts Price of DS in Europe

NTT Shows Super High Resolution Screen

BenQ Launches New Cross Function MP610 Digital Projector

Australian iPod Users Breaking Piracy Laws

ATI New Radeons Available on 5 October?

Info-Tek to Showcase Gecube Radeon X800GTO at GITEX 2005

Free Software Targets File Sharing

Acer to Launch Affordable 24-inch Wide Screen LCD Monitor

Thursday, September 22, 2005
HD DVD and Blu-Ray Progress Update

Renesas Releases Three-Wavelength Compatible Laser Diode Driver

WinMX, eDonkey Closing Doors

Gigabyte Announces AMD Athlon 64 Motherboard With HD Video Support

New ATI Catalyst 5.9 Drivers Available

Wednesday, September 21, 2005
Google Accused of Copyright Infringement

Google Begins Secure Internet WiFi Service

Eiffel Becomes an Ecma Standard

ATI to Power ThinkPad'TM Notebooks

ATI's Man Shows His Cards

Apple's Jobs warns on music pricing

Toshiba Develops Dual-Layer HD DVD-R Discs

Asustek Expects Motherboard Shipment Rise

Albatron KM51PV Mainboard With GeForce 6150 GPU

Dell Launches New Music Player

Samsung Unveils 10-chip Package

Canon to Make OEL Displays in 2007

NEC to Launch ultra-thin Mobile Phone

New Opera Eliminates Ad Banner and Licensing Fee

FireFox Browser Updated

Intel Starts Ultra-Low Power Manufacturing Process

Tuesday, September 20, 2005
Sharp Takes on Plasma with 57-inch LCD TV

NVIDIA Announces GeForce 6100 Integrated Graphics

TSMC in Volume Production of 90nm Graphics Chips for ATI

ATI Introduces Avivo Hardware And Software Technology

LaCie Announces Credit-Card Sized 8GB USB Key

NEC Supports Wireless USB with new LSI

Survey: Consumers Getting Comfortable With Non-PC DVD Recording

First U3 USB Devices Launch at DEMOfall

Toshiba Unveils Cell Chip Reference Platform

Big Brother is Hearing You

Monday, September 19, 2005
Ulead Offers Free HDV and MPEG-4 Upgrades to VideoStudio 9

Vodafone Live! with 3G Christmas Lineup

Ricoh Unveils 5 Megapixel Caplio RR530

BenQ Sees 2006 Revenue at US$10 Billion

DVD Forum to Study Chinese Version of HD DVD Format

Cyberlink Showcases HD DVD Content Playback on PC

Asus CRW-5232A-T Review

First ATI R520 Benchmarks

Friday, September 16, 2005
Xbox 360 Region Lock Confirmed

Toshiba Introduces World's First Fuel Cell Unit for Audio Players

Blu-ray and HD DVD Content Protection

Sapphire Launches Two X800 GTO Graphics Cards

Memorex Packs 4GB into Compact USB Hard Drive

JVC To Release Alneo XA-HD500 Digital Audio Player

Panasonic to Promote DVD-RAM in Taiwan

Intel To Invest $345 Million At Two U.S. Manufacturing Sites

LG LightScribe Super-multi DVD Burner Available

Nintendo Unveils Next Generation Game Controller

Microsoft to Acquire Stake in AOL

Thursday, September 15, 2005
ATI Announces Radeon X800 GTO

Ricoh 8x DVD+R DL Available in Europe

Canon Launches HDV version of the XL1

Samsung and B&O Coopearate On New Mobile Phone Concept

Panasonic Launches SD Memory Card Based 3-CCD Digital Video Cameras

Canon Color Management System Enchances Windows Vista Colors

Microsoft Unveils Rivals to Adobe Tools

Google Unveils Blogs Search

Portable, Flat Panel Speakers from Pioneer

Microsoft to Ship Xbox 360 Nov 22 in US

DVD Forum Approves Dual-layer Standard for Recordable HD DVD

Wednesday, September 14, 2005
World's Fastest 20-inch Wide Screen LCD Monitor

LiteOn Announced new 16x DVD±RW with LighScribe Support

Pioneer DVR-110D v1.17

Recording on next-generation Blu-Ray Discs

CyberLink Unveils 64-bit Ready InstantBurn

Asus Plans Dual-Chip 7800GT

Japanese DVD Disc Makers to Outsource DVD Production to Taiwan

Samsung Unveils Its New DVD Recorder Family

Microsoft Updates Office

LiteOn Introduces EZ-DUB for Easy Copying

Tuesday, September 13, 2005
Toshiba to Showcase PMR at DiskCon 2005

Droppix Receives LightScribe Certification

Albatron Launches AGP to PCIe Bridge Card

Sony Releases DVD Recorder with H.264 Encoding Support

Dolby Laboratories Demos Dolby TrueHD Sound for Next-Generation DVD Formats

Intel Prepares SLI and CrossFire Compatible Chipset

Window Vista to Come in Seven Versions

New Albatron Mainboard Goes SLI and Dual Core

BTC Launches 6GB HDD Audio Digital Player

Matsushita to Sell More Displays to Rivals

Half-Life 2 Retails

Sony Recalls 60,000 AC Adapters for PS2

Game Boy Micro Makes Solid Debut

Sony Predicts Blu-Ray Dominance within 12 Months

Pioneer Introduces New DVD Multi Writers

Monday, September 12, 2005
AOpen Debuts 64-bit XC Cube

2GB Memory Stick For $200

S. Korean Music Industry Sues 1,985 Internet File-Sharing Users

EBay to Buy Skype

Nanotech To Enable 100GB Solid State Memory

Samsung Unveils 7.2 Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor

Californian Lawmakers Approve Control of Video Game Sales

Samsung Enables 32GB Capacity on a Single Flash Card

Sunday, September 11, 2005
Sunplus Offers Nero Digital IC Solutions for Next Generation DVD Players

Saturday, September 10, 2005
Chaintech Not Leaving Motherboard Market

Canopus Delivers 1920 x 1080i Resolution at Minimum Data Size

Sonic Delivers New Production Tools to High Definition Authoring Alliance

LG-4167 Review

Friday, September 09, 2005
Pioneer Elite DVD Player Excells in Image, Audio

Mozilla Firefox 1.5 Beta Released

Panasonic Introduces Two New DVD Recorders

Avid to Deliver Native VC-1 Support

ATI's Upcoming Chips

Microsoft Says Xbox 360 is "hack-proof"

New LG "Digital Media Recorder" Supports Microsoft Program Guide

Microsoft to Support Taiwanese FVD Project for HD Video

InPhase to Showcase First Commercial Holographic Storage Drive in Europe

Microsoft Updates Xbox Live Fee

Sony Launches New Games for PSP

Intel Reportedly Delays 90nm Flash Production

Thursday, September 08, 2005
Intel Schedules CPU Price Cuts for January 2006

Sony Develops "World's Smallest" 0.61-inch LCD Panel for Projectors

Plasmon Showcases New Optical and RAID Storage Technology

MSI Lanches The 16x16 DVD Dual Drive

First Pictures of ATI's R520 Next-Gen Graphics Cards

Suse Linux 10.0 to Hit Stores in Early October

Sony DSC-R1: 10.3 Megapixel with Zeiss 24mm Lens

Sparkle Introduces the new GeForce 6500

Texas Company Completes Development of Carbon Nanotube TV

S3 Prepares New Family of Graphics Chips

Sony's Advanced Walkmans to Tackle iPod

New ECS Motherboards Support ATI CrossFire

Samsung Ships New 3.5-inch HDD with 3.0GB/s SATA Interface

Texas Instruments Enters Video Chips Market

Apple Unveils iPod Nano

SunnComm Announces New Hybrid DVD/CD

Wednesday, September 07, 2005
Ricoh Caplio R3: A five megapixel ultracompact with 7.1x optical zoom

Panasonic Announces Compact Super Multi-format DVD Recorder

InterVideo Launches New DVD Copy 4

Microsoft Sues European Commission

Toshiba Switches on Linux DVD Players

Ericsson to Invest One Billion Dollars in China

Decoder Increases Format Compatibility

Microsoft Unveils New Keyboards, High-end Mice

BenQ Announces Consolidated Sales for August

MediaTek to Boost Workforce by 50%

Samsung Introduces 256-Megabit Pseudo-SRAM

New Free Software License Takes Aim at Patents, DRM

Lite-On IT Acquires Stake from AOpen

InterVideo WinDVD 7 to Support DivX 6 and New DivX Media Format

RIDATA Launches 4X Dual-Layer DVD-R Discs

Standards Row Puts Brakes on Mobile TV in Europe

Extremely Fast DVD-ROM

Tuesday, September 06, 2005
Plextor America Ships External 16X DVD Burner

NVIDIA to Drop G70 Ultra Graphics Card

Sony in Talks with Apple on Online Music Service for iPod

Oracle, Japan's NEC form Alliance in Grid Computing software

Hitachi and Panasonic Showcase 16x DVD-RAM Recorders

Monday, September 05, 2005
4G prototypes reach blistering speeds

iODRA Takes Royalty Complaint to Commission

Mitsubishi Chemicals Starts Production of 8x DVD+R DL

Australian Court Rules Kazaa Breaches Copyright

Samsung, Motorola Ink Formal Agreement to Share Patents

Kingmax to Offer 800Mhz DDR II

LSI Logic Rolls Out Digital TV Processors

Recordable DVD Council Introduces 16X DVD-RAM Products

Panasonic's New 3CCD Camcorder Records on SD Memory Cards

Blu-Ray Devices at IFA 2005

nVIDIA ForceWare Drivers 78.01 WHQL Released

Microsoft - Google Battle Heats Up

Saturday, September 03, 2005
KiSS to Release AVC/H.264 High Definition DVD Player

Friday, September 02, 2005
Blu-ray Camp Confident About Dominance in Market

Intel, Philips Form Consumer Alliance

VIA Unveils P4M800 Pro Chipset

South Koreans Unveil Technology to Replace Silicon Chips

Epson Creates Prototype Mini-Projector Using LED Light Source

Pinnacle Unveils Next Generation of Studio Software

Panasonic Releases Digital Broadcasting Compatible HDD DVD Recorder

Fujifilm Rolls Out 9 Megapixel Digital Camera

FujiFilm Introduces Full Memory Stick Range

Sonic Unveils HD-DVD, Blu-ray Application Development Tools

New LightScribe Labels in Colors

Hitachi Presents Miniature Hard Drives

Philips Launches New Range of GoGear Jukeboxes

Datarius Strengthens its R&D Team

AudioDEV Introduces new CATS Analyzer

Nikon Develops Digital Camera with Wi-Fi Function

Rewritable DVD+RW Double Layer Format to Be Finalized by Year-End

Intel Answers AMD in Court

Thursday, September 01, 2005
IFA 2005: LiteOn Extends its HDD/DVD Recorder LineUp

Samsung Demos Blu-Ray Recorders

RWPPI at CeBIT Eurasia

Nero and Philips Showcase Blu-ray Technology at IFA

Two New JVC Receivers Offer HDMI Up-Conversion

Elpida Memory Samples 512 Megabit DDR

Samsung Demonstrates WiBRo Hand-over Technology

Recording Industry Sues More U.S. File - Swappers

PayPal Introduces New Micropayments Pricing

Napster To Go Available On Mobile Phones

Sony Slams Microsoft Over Two Versions of Xbox 360

OCZ Releases Ultra Fast Flash Drive

First PC with HDMI Plugs

Toshiba May Delay HD-DVD player Launch into 2006

 


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