Napster to bring digital music to the masses

Beginning Feb. 15, US consumers can plug into Napster LLC's digital music service by purchasing a "Napster Burnpak" from retailer Target Corp., part of Napster's continued creative marketing push to take on market leader Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes....

AOL and D-Link partner on home entertainment

A new partnership between Internet service provider America Online Inc. (AOL) and network hardware vendor D-Link Systems Inc. will bring AOL content, including digital radio and photographs, to home entertainment centers.

Real debuts RealPlayer 10 with music store

RealNetworks plans to announce a major new release of its media player that has a digital music store built into it, beating perennial cross-town rival Microsoft to the punch.

Intel launches Celeron M chip line

Intel Corp. extended its low-cost chip strategy to its Pentium M product family Monday, launching three new Celeron chips for budget notebooks.

Deja View to begin sales of wearable video camera

Deja View Inc., a New Jersey-based company, is planning to shortly begin sales of a wearable digital video camera that has the ability to record 30 seconds of video prior to the record button being pressed.

Via to take processors to 2GHz, eyes profitability

Taiwanese chip vendor Via Technologies Inc. plans to speed its line of processors to 2GHz before the end of the year as the company this year expects to see its processor business turn a profit for the first time, according to a company executive.

Philips and Samsung agree on consumer electronics API

Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. have agreed on a software standard for consumer electronics devices that they hope will be adopted by others and promote the creation of applications for their products.

AMD launches new mobile, desktop Athlon chips

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) extended its line of Athlon 64 processors Tuesday, rolling out three new mobile chips and a processor aimed at desktop PCs and desktop replacement notebooks.

Consumer group sues over copy-protected CDs

The Belgian consumer group Test-Aankoop is suing the world's four biggest music companies, accusing them of unfairly using copy protection technology to keep consumers from fully using their legally bought CDs.

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

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The screen was particularly good. It is bright and visible from most angles, however heat is an issue, particularly around the Windows button on the front, and on the back where the battery housing is located.

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