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LG's tasty Chocolate cell phone

LG's Chocolate cell phone will draw your attention as much for its high-concept name as for its rich looks. Also known as the LG VX85000, the Chocolate--distinguished by a slick design, a bright screen, and amazing sound quality--is now available thr...

Plextor announces Blu-ray disc drive

The shop aisle selling Blu-ray Disc burners is about to get more crowded: Plextor announced today its PC-B900A Blu-ray Disc Drive. Like Sony's Blu-ray Disc drive, the BWU-100A, and I-O Data's BRD-UM2/U, this model will support writing to dual-layer 5...

Sony introduces ultra-slim USB drives

Just when you thought flash memory couldn't get any smaller, another product comes out that makes you think otherwise. This week Sony rolled out its new Micro Vault Tiny drive. The superslim drive uses a flat USB connector that's becoming increasingl...

Warner announces Blu-ray titles, supports HD DVD

With an video retail industry trade show in Las Vegas this week, it's not surprising we're seeing a flurry of news involving the Blu-ray and HD DVD movie formats. Today, Warner Home Video has finally announced its first wave of Blu-ray titles, shippi...

Sony, Panasonic Blu-ray disc player announcements

Sony initially targeted July for shipping its Blu-ray Disc player, the US$999 BD-SP1. That date shifted by a few weeks into August, reportedly to coincide with the company's launch of its 1080p. Now, Sony's site is reporting a ship date "on or about ...

Samsung's BD-P1000 Blu-ray player

I had the opportunity to spend some quality time on June 20th with Samsung's BD-P1000, the first Blu-ray Disc player for the living room, and was left with several early thoughts about this model as compared to Toshiba's HD-A1, its US$499 HD DVD play...

TI's DLP projection technology turns 10

Digital projectors that use Texas Instruments' Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology may seem to be commonplace nowadays, but it wasn't so long ago that the technology first came out, note executives speaking at this year's InfoComm show in Orlan...

TI's DLP projection technology turns 10

Digital projectors that use Texas Instruments' Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology may seem to be commonplace nowadays, but it wasn't so long ago that the technology first came out, note executives speaking at this year's InfoComm show.

Epson introduces first sub-US$700 projector

With most technology, it's easy to count on prices coming down. Nonetheless, every so often, a new milestone is reached that's noteworthy. Last year, it was the announcement of the first sub-US$1000 XGA-resolution projectors. This year, it's the adve...

Canon ships three new LCoS projectors

At InfoComm, Canon announced that its second generation of front projectors using Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS) projection technology began shipping. The projectors were first announced earlier this year, and rely on three reflective LCD panels to...

NewSoft introduces wireless presentation kit

Lots of projectors have integrated wireless technology--with mixed results. And some, but not all, offer it as an option. At InfoComm, NewSoft is showing its wireless presentation systems that can turn any projector in a wire-free wonder.

Epson shows projector with closed-captioning

At InfoComm this week, Epson's announcement of its US$699 projector has garnered most of the attention. However, also noteworthy is the company's introduction of the US$3199 PowerLite 6100i. Available in July, this hefty, 15-pound-plus XGA model is a...

Casio introduces slim-line projector

At InfoComm, Casio has announced two new projectors that take full advantage of the digital imaging company's expertise in lens technology and miniaturization. The Super Slim Projector XJ-S35 and the XJ-S30 models--the latest in the Cassiopeia Pro li...

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