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Matsushita develops 1GB SD memory card

Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. has unveiled a working prototype of a SD (Secure Digital) memory card with a 1G byte capacity, at the Ceatec 2002 exhibition.

Blue-laser disc format prototypes unveiled

Many of the companies behind the Blu-ray Disc optical video disc format unveiled prototype players while Toshiba Corp. gave the first public demonstration of its competing format here Tuesday on the first day of the Ceatec 2002 exhibition.

Mitsubishi unveils IP mobile phone prototype

Mitsubishi Electric Corp. has taken the wraps off a prototype mobile telephone that is able to place calls via wireless LAN networks in addition to conventional mobile telephone networks. The company unveiled the device at the Ceatec 2002 exhibition,...

Typhoon dampens Ceatec's first day

An approaching typhoon dampened attendance at the opening day of Ceatec 2002, the largest electronic show of the year in Japan, according to organizers.

Toshiba shrinks Bluetooth SD card

Toshiba has announced a new version of its Bluetooth SDIO (Secure Digital I/O) card for portable digital consumer equipment such as PDAs (personal digital assistants) and digital still cameras that have an SDIO card slot.

Sony unwraps Linux-based HDD video recorder

Sony has unveiled a video recorder based on a hard disk drive (HDD) and running the Linux operating system, the first in what the company says will be a new range of audio-visual products that take advantage of the always-on feature of broadband netw...

Sony debuts thinnest Walkman as MD turns 10

Sony is marking the tenth anniversary of its MiniDisc (MD) audio format with the launch of the smallest MD Walkman to date and a promise to continue pushing the format overseas in the hope it will finally catch on among consumers the world over, the ...

China's Legend unveils supercomputer

China's Legend Group Ltd. has unveiled its first supercomputer, a machine that ranks as one of the top 25 most powerful computers in the world, according to specifications issued by the company on Friday.

IBM researcher eyes databases with a conscience

Most people don't think twice about offering any information to their doctor or physician, and possible misuse of the data won't keep them up at night worrying. But when it comes to supplying the most mundane personal information for storage in a com...

Intel's 2.8GHz Pentium 4 hits Tokyo

Intel's fastest desktop processor to date, the 2.8GHz version of its Pentium 4 chip, went on sale in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics district on Saturday. The chip is expected to be officially announced and launched by Intel this week.

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