Toshiba launched five new hard drives for portable and consumer electronics applications with capacities of 60 GB, 80 GB and 120 GB.
Micron claims it has built the smallest DDR2 memory chip so far: The 1 Gb device has a die size of just 56 mm².
Round Rock (TX) - For a while it seemed like just a myth, but Dell's convertible Tablet PC has now been officially announced.
The Latitude XT is Dell's first foray into the niche Tablet PC market. Originally announced in the spring of 2006 and once slated for a November 2007 launch, the notebook still isn't quite available for sale, though.
Sun has opened up the hardware design description of the T2 processor, which theoretically allows anyone to copy and rebuild the CPU. But, of course, Sun doubts this will happen and instead hopes that complete access to the CPU’s architecture will increase the interest of developers in its technology.
Chicago (IL) – Boeing today said it is making good progress on delivering the first plane in October of 2008 and expects power on the first fully assembled “Dreamliner” in January.
Tokyo (Japan) - Toshiba is the next data storage giant announcing its entry into the increasingly popular solid state disk (SSD) storage market.
Desktop monitors could be going wireless soon with a wireless USB graphics adapter.