Stories by Martyn Williams

Samsung builds TV reception into newest phone

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has built a TV reception function into its latest handset for its domestic market. The handset allows users to watch TV for no charge, unlike the subscription-based video-on-demand services being launched or in trial by s...

Sony unveils high end, high price Qualia products

Sony Corp. unveiled Tuesday the first four products in its new Qualia family, a top-of-the-line range of digital cameras, video projectors and other products that is designed to return a little magic to the Sony brand name.

Sony speeds up DVD multiformat drive

Sony has upgraded its multi-format DVD recording drive adding faster recording to the unit, although users will have to wait a while to use one format at the higher speed because of a lack of available media.

Hitachi debuts fast, power-saving notebook drive

Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, the company formed when Japan's Hitachi bought IBM's hard disk drive business, announced Wednesday the development of a notebook computer hard disk drive that stands to offer users higher performance with little p...

Toshiba develops 36G byte AOD disc

Toshiba has developed a dual-layer rewritable optical disc for use with the blue-laser-based AOD (Advanced Optical Disc) format that it is developing with NEC.

Watchmaker puts flash memory close at hand

The decreasing size and increasing capacity of flash memory chips has enabled small portable memory devices, such as flash disks and key rings, and a Vienna-based company has packaged flash memory into something many people wear all the time: a wrist...

HP's new IPaq set to be unveiled in late May

Hewlett-Packard (HP) is expected to unveil its new iPaq h2200 PDA (personal digital assistant) on May 30, according to information given by High Tech Computer (HTC), the Taiwanese company that is making the device for HP.

Sony, Toshiba disclose advanced chip fab plans

Sony and Toshiba Monday each announced plans to build advanced semiconductor plants for the fabrication of faster and more complex chips as they look ahead to the next-generation PlayStation video gaming console and other broadband network products.

Sony gives PlayStation 2 its first major update

Sony will put an upgraded version of its PlayStation 2 video game on sale in Japan in mid May, the company said Monday. The new machine will be the first major upgrade Sony has made to its hit gaming platform since it first went on sale just over thr...

Intel takes Ultra Wideband to 220M bps

Intel demonstrated a prototype Ultra Wideband (UWB) radio system transmitting data at over 220M bps (bits per second) on Friday, and claimed a world-first for the speed.

Japan says happy birthday to Astro Boy

At Robodex 2003, the major annual get-together for Japan's robot industry, you'd have thought the buzz would have been all about new robots -- Honda Motor's latest Asimo, Sony's improved SDR-4X or perhaps Tmsuk's Banryu -- but it is not. Stealing the...

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