Stories by Martyn Williams

IRiver pitches specs and style for music players

In the digital music player market things are getting more competitive by the day. At last week's Cebit show in Hanover, Germany, there was no shortage of new music or multimedia players from companies from around the world each hoping that their pro...

Smaller SD memory card on the horizon

The TransFlash memory card format developed by SanDisk is close to being adopted as a member of the SD (Secure Digital) family of cards, the SD Card Association said Monday.

Nintendo lifts lid off its next-gen console

Nintendo president Satoru Iwata gave his keynote at the Game Developer's Conference held in San Francisco last Thursday, outlining what lies ahead for its next-generation console codenamed Revolution.

Samsung develops Windows-based HDD cell phone

Samsung Electronics has developed a cell phone that runs on Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system and includes a hard-disk drive. The new handset will be shown this week at the Cebit show in Hanover, Germany, the company said Thursday.

Samsung develops 7-megapixel camera phone

Samsung Electronics has developed a mobile phone with a 7-megapixel camera and will show the device for the first time later this week at the Cebit show in Hanover, Germany, the company said Wednesday.

Sony plans expansion of Network Walkman line

Sony will expand its Network Walkman line of digital music players later this month with the introduction of three new players based on flash memory chips, the company said Tuesday.

Samsung makes 82-inch LCD panel

Samsung Electronics has built what it says is the largest LCD (liquid crystal display) panel yet made and will show it at this week's Cebit show in Hanover, Germany.

IRiver adds to H10 music player range

The company behind the IRiver family of digital music players will show two new versions of its recently launched H10 multimedia player this week at the Cebit show in Hanover, Germany, it said on Friday.

IDC likes what it sees inside iPod Shuffle

Analysts at IDC recently took apart an iPod Shuffle and come up with an estimate of how much the diminutive music player costs Apple Computer Inc. to make. They found that Apple makes a healthy 35 percent to 40 percent profit on each player sold, and...

New products let you take your TV on the road

A new generation of products is promising users the ability to remotely access their TVs from around the house on a local network or from around the world via a broadband Internet connection.

Hitachi slashes Microdrive prices, debuts 6GB model

Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (HGST) has begun shipping a new version of its 1-inch Microdrive hard-disk drive that can hold 50 percent more data than the company's current highest capacity model, it said Wednesday.

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