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  • News: Toshiba sues recordable DVD manufacturers

    Toshiba has accused Imation and a number of other firms that manufacture and distribute recordable DVD of infringing its copyright.

  • News: UK company launches Amazon Kindle killer

    Move over, Kindle, a new e-book reader is in town - and it's coming from a newcomer to the consumer electronics universe. UK company Interead is the first beyond heavyweights Amazon and Sony to offer both a hardware reader and a sales pipeline for acquiring ebook content. And while its initial offerings - the Cool-er E-book reader and coolerbooks.com - are a little rough around the edges, together they offer a viable, no-frills alternative to Amazon's Kindle and Sony's Reader.

  • News: Samsung offers 32GB NAND memory

    Samsung has announced a 32GB NAND memory card, the highest-density embedded memory card to date and one that offers twice the capacity of previous cards.s

  • News: Seagate offers free films with FreeAgent Go

    Short film network Future Shorts has partnered with Seagate to offer free downloads of short films to people who buy one of the company's FreeAgent Go portable hard drives.

  • News: Intel fined €1.06bn in EC antitrust case

    The European Commission has fined Intel €1.06bn after finding it guilty of antitrust violations in PC microprocessors market.

  • News: Leadtek uses 'PS3 chip' for laptops

    A prototype device due to be shown in Tokyo today may give laptops a better shot at performing heavy-duty video processing.

  • News: Nintendo Wii is perfect wedding gift

    The Nintendo Wii is among one of the 20 most requested items on wedding lists, says Debenhams.

  • News: Apple, Dell, HP laptop owners sue nVidia

    Owners of Apple, Dell and HP laptops have joined a lawsuit against nVidia attempting to force the graphics chip maker to replace allegedly flawed processors.

  • News: AMD claws back market share from Intel

    AMD gained ground in chip shipments over chief rival Intel during the first quarter of 2009, analysts at IDC said today.

  • News: 11 alternatives to the computer mouse

    New technologies threaten to render pointing and clicking obsolete. Here's our pick of the alternatives to the computer mouse.

  • News: How 10 great products got their names

    They sound right now, but how did our favourite products get their odd names? From iPod and BlackBerry to Twitter and Wikipedia, PC Advisor explains.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 8 May 2009

    Amazon intros a new Kindle, an Imagine Cup finalist is chosen and robotic mower saves you some work. All that news and more on this week’s World Tech Update.

  • News: Intel kills Core i7 940

    Intel plans to stop selling one of its high-end desktop chips this year, less than one year after it was released.

  • News: New Energy Star specs for monitors

    The US Department of Environmental Protection is tightening the requirements for computer monitors to qualify for an Energy Star label, noting the increasing use of energy efficient LED technology and methods that focus light on the person in front of a monitor.

  • News: DRAM makers post massive losses

    Taiwan's five big DRAM makers posted heavy losses in the first quarter, calling into question the government's restructuring plan.

  • News: Via Nano to take on AMD, Intel server chips

    Via introduced a new Nano-based motherboard on Thursday for multimedia servers.

  • News: Toshiba boosts flash chip capacity

    Toshiba plans to begin shipping from the middle of this year flash memory chips that are more tightly packed than current models and will make possible even smaller gadgets.

  • News: Analysis: How much is Atom hurting Intel's bottom line?

    With netbooks' surprise success, Intel's Atom processor has become an unexpected money-maker during a down period, bringing in a cool $719m since its debut about a year ago.

  • Video: Keyboard blocks typos

    A keyboard with tactile error prevention prevents users from making typing errors.

  • Video: Sun launches Nehalem servers, discuses IBM rumours

    Sun Microsystems launched new servers this week based on Intel's Nehalem microarchitecture.



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