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  • News: Hands on with Toshiba's Dynario fuel cell charger

    Toshiba's direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) first hit our radars when the prototype was released in 2003. This week, the company finally began shipping the Dynario - its first commercial fuel cell charger. So we've taken a look at the charger and its uses.

  • News: The mobile chip battle: ARM vs Intel Atom

    Over the last quarter of a century, Intel has become the leader when it comes to microprocessors. The company has covered every mark, from desktops to laptops and CPU's. Even Apple has joined the choir.

  • News: Intel aims to go green with cloud computing

    EMC is working with Intel on a more energy-efficient version of EMC's Atmos cloud storage system that should be available in the second half of next year, the companies said Thursday.

  • News: Nintendo DSi with larger screen by Christmas

    Nintendo is planning to launch a new version of its DSi handheld gaming device with a larger screen possibly before the end of this year, The Nikkei business daily reported on Tuesday.

  • News: Apple debuts multi-touch Magic Mouse

    Apple has given the 2005-vintage Mighty Mouse and its wireless sibling the proverbial finger, replacing them with a new wireless £55 Magic Mouse that features a multi-touch surface on its entire top side.

  • News: AMD launches first triple-core Athlons

    AMD announced a new range of desktop microprocessors, including its first Athlon triple-core processors.

  • News: LG develops solar panel for Sony e-book reader

    South Korea's LG Display has developed a solar panel for an e-book reader and plans to commercialise it around 2012.

  • News: HD micro projectors set for phones and laptops

    Japan's QD Laser has developed a compact green laser that could energize the market for high-definition micro-projectors.

  • News: TDK's 320GB optical disc beats Blu-ray

    TDK has developed a prototype optical disc that can hold up to 320GB of information -- that's more than six times the current highest-capacity media available.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 09 October 2009

    In this week’s show Toshiba announces its Cell Regza TV, Nissan shows off prototype car collision prevention technology, Kohjinsha displays a dual screen laptop, Yamaha develops a speaker made of cloth, NTT DoCoMo lets you pitch an email, Alps Electric sends data through your body and Fujitsu analyzes your golf swing.

  • News: Samsung unveils dual function Blu-ray drive

    Samsung has unveiled its first dual-function internal Blu-ray disc player that reads Blu-ray discs and reads and writes to CD and DVD format discs.

  • Video: Mitsubishi's OLED screen can be of unlimited size

    Mitsubishi's new OLED screen is made from blocks that can be combined to make a screen any size

  • News: Nvidia escalates patent-licensing battle with Intel

    Nvidia has delayed the development of chipsets that work with Intel's microprocessors, citing "unfair business tactics" employed by Intel, the company said on Thursday.

  • News: Microsoft to launch multi-touch mouse?

    Microsoft is developing a mouse with multi-touch technology.

  • News: Analysis: Apple readying new mouse?

    An Apple patent application that describes multitouch gestures indicates the forthcoming launch of a new mouse or keyboard rather than the predicted Apple iTablet

  • News: AMD versus Intel - budget chips compared

    Intel and AMD are the processor's biggest players and they're constantly battling for dominance, now more than ever in the value market.

  • News: IDF analysis: Intel plans for x86 chips, world domination

    At this year's Intel Developer Forum, Intel demonstrated its vision of Intel x86 chips powering everything: from your PC, to your TV.

  • News: Nvidia demos Fermi super GPU

    Nvidia showed off a new GPU architecture on Wednesday that it hopes will allow it to move beyond gaming to play a greater role in the supercomputing market.

  • News: Smartphones, netbooks lead global GPS surge

    The unabated interest in GPS-enabled smartphones during the recession has been a life-saver for the GPS semiconductor industry, and future growth will be fueled by the integration of GPS in feature phones across Europe and Asia, and its appearance in new consumer form factors such as MIDs, netbooks, media players, gaming consoles, GPS watches, digital cameras, and connected cars.

  • News: Freecom launches first USB 3.0 hard drive

    Freecom on Thursday introduced one of the earliest devices based on the USB 3.0 standard: a portable hard drive that provides faster data-transfer rates compared to drives based on the older USB 2.0 standard.



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