Samsung announces 16x DL DVD burner

Samsung says it has begun shipping what the company claims is the fastest DVD burner on the market today.

Biostar announces GeForce 8800GT PCIe 2.0 graphics card

Asustek announces new motherboards with onboard HDMI

AMD Black Edition CPU may not help AMD-based motherboard demand

Worldwide PC processor shipment hits record levels in Q3 2007, says IDC

AMD tri-core CPU codenames and features revealed

Green hard drives with 40+% better power savings in Q4

Hitachi is about to introduce green hard drive technology which lowers the maximum power consumption to 7 watts, only about 14% of the Energy Star 4.0 machine budget.

Intel to launch Eaglelake in Q2 2008, Tylersburg-DT in Q3

Samsung SDI begins to volume produce AMOLED panels

Organic dye recording film to reduce production cost of Blu-ray discs

Intel CPUs expand Sun’s workstation portfolio

Santa Clara (CA) – Following servers with Intel’s Xeon processors, Sun today introduced workstations based on Intel’s Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad processors.    

128 GB memory cards possible with first 30 nm flash chips

Seoul (Korea) – While its possible successor technologies have been discussed for years, flash continues to scale extremely well: Samsung says it has developed the first 30 nm chip, providing a 64 Gb capacity – four times of what is being offered by the highest capacity mass-production chips today.    

Alienware launches electronics trade-in program

Samsung showcases super-thin LCD TV panel

Seoul (Korea) – Samsung has developed a 40” LCD TV panel that is just 10 mm (0.4”) thick.    

LG.Philips LCD to showcase next-generation technologies at FPD International 2007

Elpida and UMC jointly develop copper low-k DRAM and PRAM

MIPS differentiates 74K core from ARM Cortex-A8

Intel gives 51xx Woodcrest Xeons a new stepping

AMD manufacturing 45nm processors

AMD confirmed during its Q3 2007 conference call that it has begun producing 45 nm processors.

8.8 megapixel projectors coming to movie theaters

Park Ridge (NJ) – Sony said that it will begin installing 54 4K digital cinema projectors, each providing four times the resolution of 1080p, in U.S. movie theaters next month.