A new study authored by a 17-year-old high school student claims that Apple’s iPod music player could interfere with pacemakers.
Imagine a cityscape picture so detailed that you could see signs and plants on a window sill from blocks away. Gerard Maynard, a New York resident and artist, recently made such a picture spanning nearly 280k by 47k pixels detailing several blocks of Harlem. In a short interview, Maynard told TG Daily about the challenges of working with the equipment and his future plans.
Los Angeles (CA) - The double-jointed, multi-keyed Helio Ocean phone has found its way to the United States. The advanced device contains multiple features Helio says have not been seen in previous phones.
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies is announcing volume shipments of its 200 GB, 7200 RPM Travelstar drive.
Memory manufacturer Transcend announced its new 32 GB solid state disk (SSD).
Mobile entertainment company I-play announced this week that it has signed on Universal Pictures to bring streaming video clips of dozens of feature films.
Following the introduction of the device in Europe back in March, Samsung today launched its second generation UMPC on these shores.
Motorola has received a patent for LCD that can display images as well as create energy.
In a bid to increase its presence in the mobile space, Microsoft has purchased ScreenTonic, a mobile ad company, for an undisclosed cash amount.
Waterloo (ON) - Research in Motion (RIM) has cut the ribbon on its newest Blackberry phone, the Curve 8300. RIM says it is the smallest and lightest Qwerty phone to be released under the Blackberry name.
The 8300, which sports a unique curved design, has a thickness of just 0.6 inches and tips the scales at 3.9 ounces. It sports a backlit screen with a resolution of 320x240. All the Blackberry staples are here, including the trackball, pre-installed media player, and Bluetooth.
Apple has announced a software update that should help MacBook and MacBook Pro owners with some battery problems.
Acer has joined the long list of computer manufacturers to announce a voluntary recall of Sony made lithium-ion notebook batteries.
A consortium of companies including Nokia, LG, Samsung, Sony and MasterCard are to turn cell phones into mobile wallets, allowing consumers to pay for goods and services simply by swiping their phone as they would a credit card
Research in Motion is working on an emulator to make Windows Mobile based devices, such as the Palm Treo, work like a Blackberry.