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Fujitsu develops new Encryption technology

New Encryption Technology has been developed by Fujitsu, which will allow private information stored on IC cards to remain secure, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun reports today Fujitsu...

Teleportation breakthrough made

Scientists have performed successful teleportation on atoms for the first time The feat was achieved by two teams of researchers working independently on the problem in the US and...

Samsung Develops World’s First Chip for DMB Phones

Samsung Electronics Co, the world's largest maker of computer memory chips, said on Monday that it has developed a new chip for cell phones that will be used for land-based...

HD-DVD Spec Approved

The DVD Forum this week approved HD-DVD 10, a specification that will compete with Blu-Ray for the future of the DVD disc format According to the DVD Forum's web site, the DVD...

Orange Launches World’s Smallest Smartphone

Mobile phone network Orange has launched its latest Windows Mobile smartphone - which it claims is the smallest handset of its kind in the world The SPV C500 measures 108 x 46 x...

Intel Noconas previewed at Computex

WHILE IWILL was busy showing off its Opteron servers last week - and the little twin boxes attracted a lot of attention - we were at pains to ask main man Mason about the future...

Intel plans processor party for June

Intel is already making its back-to-school plans The chipmaker will deliver a host of new processors later this month, designed to create higher-performing and also more...

Chinese supercomputer headed to top ranks

A Chinese supercomputer, the Dawning 4000A, is expected to rank high on an upcoming list of the fastest machines, underscoring geopolitical effects of a new approach to...

Alienware’s Ultra High Performance PC

Gamers to Get Faster PCs from Alienware As reported weeks ago, Alienware today officially rolled-out its new ALX personal computers with enhanced performance to serve gamers who...

It’s Really Big: New 400GB Drive

Hitachi's deskstar 7K400 ($400) is the new king of big: The 7200-rpm Serial ATA hard drive comes with an 8MB buffer and a staggering 400GB of storage The reasonably priced drive,...

Intel Launches Next-Gen Mobile Pentium 4

Intel Corp shifted more of its Pentium 4 designs into the mobile market, launching several second-generation Mobile Intel Pentium 4 chips and a single Celeron M The new Mobile...

World’s Smallest TV Tuner Chip not from Sony

Silicon Valley's Xceive Corporation announces a TV Tuner Chip measuring only 7x7mm Sony developed the BTD-ZJ611 and the BTF-ZK48X (with FM) TV Tuner chip-sets that measure 20mm...

Microsofts iPod killer coming soon

Microsoft to undercut iPod price with player Microsoft Corp, the world's largest software maker, will begin selling portable music players for as much as 80 percent less than...

The End of Re-booting! INSTANT-ON? TECHNOLOGY, IS HERE.

Instant-On technology is here and it means the end of computer rebooting is excited to announce that the time-consuming and usually annoying task of restarting the operating...

Cisco to finally unveil its ‘Huge Fast Router’

Cisco Systems Inc next week will show off its long-awaited advancement in router technology and make the case that it has returned to networking's cutting edge, a place where...

Google tests with 1000GB e-mail limit

Google just escalated the e-mail storage arms race by a factor of 1,000 Several users of the search engine's Gmail Web-based e-mail service noticed Tuesday that their storage...

Lycos: We’re first with 1GB of e-mail

Web portal Lycos has followed Google and Yahoo into the race to provide e-mail users with massive amounts of storage, and it claims to be beating these rivals already Lycos...

Mobile Graphics add-in card by NVIDIA

Nvidia today rolled out its Mobile PCI Express Module (MXM) specification, a move it hopes will one day see notebook users swapping out old graphics chips for new ones as easily...
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