Stories by Martyn Williams

NEC delays notebook fuel cell launch

NEC has succeeded in reducing the size of a prototype direct methanol fuel cell for use with notebook PCs but says it is unlikely to see commercialization until at least two years later than previously forecast.

NEC develops MP3, AAC mobilechip

NEC Electronics will soon begin mass production of a new chip that will allow mobile telephone handset makers to integrate MP3 and AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) music player functions.

UDO replacing MO faster than expected

Sales of UDO (Ultra Density Optical) discs and drives are going well and the format is replacing MO (Magneto Optical) technology faster than expected, the president of technology developer Plasmon said in a recent interview.

BenQ to launch HDD media player this year

Taiwanese hardware maker BenQ is planning to launch a new hard-disk drive-based digital media player later this year, the company said at the Ceatec Japan 2004 exhibition on Friday.

Pioneer, JVC develop hybrid DVD-RW/ROM

Pioneer and Victor Co. of Japan (JVC) have developed a hybrid DVD disc that features both rewritable (RW) and read-only data storage areas, they said this week at the Ceatec Japan 2004 show.

Sanyo shows prototype HD-DVD player

Sanyo Electric unveiled a prototype player supporting the next-generation optical disc format HD-DVD at the Ceatec 2004 show as it got under way in Japan on Tuesday.

Sony shows multi-channel Tivo-like machine

Sony will begin selling in Japan in November a combination personal computer and video server that can record up to seven channels of television simultaneously, it said Tuesday at the Ceatec 2004 exhibition in Japan.

Microsoft, Amazon.com file phishing, spamming lawsuits

Microsoft and Amazon.com filed one joint and several separate lawsuits on Monday against companies and individuals accusing them variously of trying to defraud consumers by imitating Amazon and Microsoft, the companies said Tuesday.

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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