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.
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.
Seoul (Korea) – Samsung has developed a 40” LCD TV panel that is just 10 mm (0.4”) thick.
AMD confirmed during its Q3 2007 conference call that it has begun producing 45 nm processors.
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.
Kokomo (IN) - When you take a small group of very smart, dedicated people, sit them around a couple of Mercury Mariner hybrid vehicles, give them a computer or two, a shoestring budget (less than $20,000) and a goal, what do you get? Well, in this case you get the Ody-Era team located in lovely Indiana. They're a blossoming group of teammates resolute on only one thing these days: Building the best vehicle for the DARPA urban challenges with the resources they have at hand.
Seoul (Korea) – Samsung has developed two new notebook displays that have been manufactured in a 16:9 aspect ratio, instead of the currently popular 16:10 widescreen form factor. The company also unveiled an LCD using a white LED backlight that promises to consume 40% less power than a regular LCD.
Sunnyvale (CA) – AMD announced two new add-in cards and a new external combo tuner in its TV Wonder series, which promise to equip a PC with the capability of a high-definition digital video recorder.