The World Cup brought a lot to Japan. An influx of overweight, pale-skinned, topless soccer fans, Beckham-mania (among Japanese women at least) and an explosion of national pride not often seen among the Japanese. It also brought some experiments int...
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI) has shipped its 10 millionth PlayStation 2 games console in its home market of Japan, the company said Thursday.
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Via Technologies Inc. will include its recently announced Apollo P4X266E chipset on a new motherboard available Thursday from the Taipei component manufacturer, it said in a release.
Shuttle released its latest "bare-bone" computer Wednesday, showing a system that packs all of the functions of a full-fledged PC in a case about the size of a large shoe box.
A Web browser that will allow a single mobile device to provide Internet and voice information access is being developed in a venture between IBM and Opera Software.
Intel, in an effort to further expand its business beyond computers, is developing a blueprint for a portable media player that relies on Intel hardware, the company said Wednesday.
The number of broadband subscribers will rise 53 percent worldwide this year to 46 million from the 30 million there were at the beginning of 2002, according to a report released Monday by In-Stat/MDR.
Microsoft plans to begin selling its Xbox game console in six more markets before the end of the year, the Redmond, Washington, software company said Wednesday.
Infineon Technologies AG is delivering what it claims to be the industry's first hard-disk drive read-channel integrated circuit (IC) using 0.13-micron process technology, the company said in a statement Wednesday.
Specifications for two new interconnect technologies were released Tuesday by the PCI-SIG (peripheral component interconnect - special interest group), PCI-X 2.0 for servers, and PCI Express for PCs, the group said in a release.
Notebooks will form a major part of Harvey Norman's growth strategy over the next two years, as consumer sales go through the roof.
Intel will cut the prices of its Pentium 4 processors by an average of 26 per cent by September 1, six weeks earlier than expected, according to a research note from Salomon Smith Barney Holdings. Meanwhile, the chip maker confirmed the product roadm...
Australia is no longer the region's third biggest PC market due to flat growth for the past year, according to research group IDC.
In a San Francisco hotel conference room buzzing with lingo-slinging technology executives and public relations representatives, Bruce Perens is an unassuming standout. The advocate and developer of free software isn't wearing a gray suit like the re...
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