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Posted by inet on 2006-09-09   

AMD on Wednesday will debut its dualcore Athlon X desktop processor. The highend parts are intended for use in commercial desktop PCs. HewlettPackard will be among the first Tier I computer makers taking the CPU to market in its new HP Compaq dc desktop PC.

HP showed off the as well as a workstation which will use AMD's new Rev. F Opteron server processors at a joint event with AMD in New York on Tuesday evening.

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Posted by iTech on 2006-09-07   

The new systems were designed for improved security mobility and management.

Maybe the PC isn't a commodity after all. HewlettPackard today introduced new desktops laptops and workstations that aim to solve its customers' mobility security and management challenges and stimulate a new wave of hardware spending. HP is also priming the pump with "Vistacapable" computers that hit the market as Microsoft puts the finishing touches on its most significant operating system launch in a more than a decade.

The HP Compaq dc

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Posted by inet on 2006-09-07       Article Source : EE Times

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has developed an intelligent mobile display driver IC that enables liquid crystal displays (LCDs) on handheld devices to deliver clearer images in broad daylight.

Unlike conventional ICs that merely drive the display Samsung's chip automatically determines the optimal image output based on the brightness of ambient light measured. While enhancing the visibility of onscreen images outdoors this driver can reduce the display's power consumption nearly percent by lowering the backlight's brightness indoors Samsung said.

The photosensor and intelligent driver

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Posted by iMark on 2006-09-05   

NXP said Friday that it has developed a semiconductor chip that allows highdefinition LCD television sets to switch automatically between analog and digital signals.

The company previously known as Philips Semiconductors will build the chip into reference designs that manufacturers can use to speed new HD LCD TVs to retail stores worldwide.

The chip will become available in January . It will be built into two TV reference designs Nexperia TV/ for DVB/PAL and Nexperia TV for analog TVs according to Vincent

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Posted by iTech on 2006-09-04   

SanDisk Corp. Friday (Sept. ) expanded its flashbased MP line rolling out a new system that is said to break the $ price threshold for a gigabyte (GB) player.

SanDisk (Milpitas Calif.) rolled out two new models in its Sansa c series. The c series is offered in two capacities &; and GB &; which sell for $. and $. respectively.

The memory can be expanded with the addition of an optional SanDisk microSD card which currently is available in capacities

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Posted by iNext on 2006-09-04       Article Source : EE Times

TOKYO &; Sharp Corp. said it would introduce and inch liquid crystal display (LCD) TVs whose panels would be fabricated in the company's Gen fab in Kameyama.

The fab opened earlier this month will use x mm glass substrates with the TVs to be available globally starting Oct..

"The simultaneous release in the world is Sharp's message of fullfledged commitment to the global market" said Mikio Katayama corporate senior executive director in charge of Sharp's large LCD business and audiovisual

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Posted by iMark on 2006-09-03   

HP will provide systems integration services for a new range of Cisco Systems wireless products according to an announcement by the firms Tuesday.

The development which centers on the implementation of Cisco's Unified Wireless Network Family is the latest in the firms' long history of partnering together. "This is a strategic effort from both companies to create a wireless foundation that enables a host of new applications" said Brian Brouillette vice president Technology Services HP Services in a statement.

The new applications to

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Posted by iTech on 2006-08-13   

Although Intel has been using the Xeon name since the dualcore Xeon processors that power the Mac Pro and Xserve lines are entirely new chips based on Intel&;s bit Core architecture platform. This platform was initially introduced to the public late in with chips continuing to roll out throughout this year; it includes the Core Duo and Core Solo processors used in the Mac Mini and the iMac as well as some other chips that haven&;t shown up in Macs&;at least

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Posted by iMark on 2006-08-12   

Lenovo on Tuesday introduced processors from Advanced Micro Devices in its ThinkCentre ASeries family of business desktops.

The ThinkCentre A is available with an Athlon X dualcore processor and AMD Athlon and Sempron processors officials with the Chinese computer maker said. The new PC is designed to run business applications from graphic design and complex statistical computation to medical imaging.

The computers are preloaded with a suite of selfrecovery tools to help diagnose contact help and recover from a virus

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Posted by iMark on 2006-08-01   

Big U.S. companies are taking tough measures to shore up laptop security amid a rash of thefts.
 
The actions of Ernst & Young Fidelity Investments and other highprofile victims underscore the balancing act for executives who must weigh the costs of additional security and customer privacy with the financial benefits of a mobile workforce.

"There is a tradeoff between the cost of security and how much security you actually get" says Robert Seliger CEO of Sentillion a datasecurity company.

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Posted by iTech on 2006-07-30   

Tired of waiting for software applications to boot up? If so here?s some good news: Samsung announced that it has developed a new PC memory technology that will allow PCs with Microsoft?s upcoming Windows Vista operating system to run their software much faster than is currently possible. Samsung?s new technology known as a solidstate disc (SSD) will be available as a GB highspeed NAND memory "cache" to be installed in newer PCs sporting the Windows Vista operating system.
 
The SSD

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Posted by iTech on 2006-07-27   

Nokia continues to push the envelope with highend multifunctional handhelds introducing two new Nseries phones that let you shoot and share digital video take better pictures and otherwise entertain yourself while not holding a conversation.
 
The N and N both are touted as "multimedia computers" by the world's leading phone maker which has initiated a big push into the mobile imaging realm. With the N you can capture DVDqualty home videos connect to a TV to play the clips transfer

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Posted by inet on 2006-07-25   

Matsushita will offer a inch PDP TV that uses a plasma display panel measuring about by cm.

The PDP offers full high definition ( by pixels) a to contrast ratio in dark surroundings and includes a connection for the High Definition Multimedia Interface.

Matsushita said it has already begun accepting orders for the giant display from U.S. businesses. It expects to sell about units in the first year.

The panels are produced at Fab in Amagasaki

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Posted by iTech on 2006-07-24   

The first opensource carriergrade telephony switch will be introduced next month at the ClueCon conference (www.cluecon.com) in Chicago.
 
Dubbed FreeSwitch the opensource project aims to build a highly scalable switching platform that can run on AMD Intel and PowerPC and runs for just $ to $ per server. Protocols employed include SIP H. Asterisk's IAX and XMPP/Jingle.

Even if marginally successful FreeSwitch could shake up the telecom industry. Carrier grade switching platforms such as those from Broadsoft

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Posted by iMark on 2006-07-23   

Advanced Micro Devices beat Intel to the market with the first dualcore x server processors but Intel this week said it will be the first to market with quadcore offerings.

The move to multicore processors will begin hitting the mainstream x server and desktop markets later this year when Intel begins shipping quadcore devices. AMD is not expected to ship a quadcore processor until later in .

During the company's second quarter earnings call Wednesday Paul Otellini president and chief executive of

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