Toshiba today announced details of two new notebook computers, each of which is available with Intel Core 2 Duo Processors.
Lenovo announced a series of new desktop computers under the ThinkCentre brand. The new desktops will integrate Intel's Core 2 Duo processors and include the models M55p, M55e, A55, and A53.
Intel will introduce the 945GC chipset, which will support an FSB of up to 800 MHz for the Core 2 Duo E4000 and Pentium E1000 CPU families, in the first quarter of 2007, according to motherboard makers.
AMD will expand the roadmap for its 65nm-made Athlon 64 X2 CPU portfolio (codenamed Brisbane), with the series lineup adjusted to feature processor clock speeds differentiated by 100 MHz, instead of the 200 MHz, according to motherboard makers.
Kingston Technology has announced it will begin producing the new Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) Class 2 card and enhance the function of its existing 15-in-1 Reader to support the growing storage demands of high performance digital still cameras (DSC), digital video cameras and other high resolution image recording devices.
Lite-On IT, the largest maker of optical disc drives in Taiwan, recently began volume production of an 18x Lightscribe DVD burner.
At the fall Intel Developer Forum (IDF), US-based IC design house Staccato Communications is expected to catch eyes on its reference design of a PCI Express (PCIe) Mini Card device that enables laptops and desktop PCs to support Certified Wireless USB and Bluetooth technologies.
TwinMOS Technologies has added 16 GB versions to its X5 and Z4 series of USB 2.0 disks.
I'm at IDF (Intel Developer Forum) this week and this is Intel's big chance to prepare for Q4 sales, to embrace the developers, and to build confidence for the company and its products. You can't help but go to a show like this and be taken by the power that an industry leading company has. There is little doubt, regardless of its problems, that Intel leads the technology industry in microprocessors from the standpoint of volume - which generates the resources to create a show that only has its equal in Microsoft, the other industry leader.
ATI has won the race to get the graphics industry's first Windows Hardware Quality Lab (WHQL) certification for the upcoming Windows Vista operating system.
The new generation of flash cards is here, which, for the very first time, surpass the capacity of mini hard drives. Sandisk's new Extreme III Compact Flash cards will ship with 12 GB and 16 GB capacity in December of this year.
Nokia today introduced a new addition the list of N-series phones, their high-end line of multimedia phones. The N95 includes a slate of ambitious features, like GPS functionality, a "2-way slide concept" and a 5-megapixel digital camera.
Appro and Velocity Micro were the first two firms to announce new workstations and servers based on Intel's upcoming "Kentsfield" and "Clovertown" processors. The quad-cores are based on two single Core processors and are expected to launch in November.
Sirius today announced a new flagship portable radio that promises subscribers to listen to live satellite radio from anywhere. The S50 tuner, Sirius' other portable radio, lets subscribers play back recorded content on the go as well, but requires them to hook the radio to a car or home dock to actually receive live programming.
Another unique feature of the Stiletto 100 is Wi-Fi compatibility, which offers an alternative way to connect to Sirius's Internet radio services and enables users to transfer MP3 and WMA files to the radio for on-demand playback.
ATI announced a new set of graphics processors for notebook computers. According to the company, the new additions to the Mobility Radeon line - the X1350, the X1450, and the X1700 - will allow for longer battery life and better support for high-definition content.
Chicago (IL) - If there was ever a chance to convince my wife that her Ipod Nano is an over priced, boring music player, then this is it. I got an opportunity to play with Samsung's latest flash audio player that integrates slide-out speakers and there is no doubt that Samsung has created a device with the necessary genes to cause more than just headaches in Cupertino.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) plans to launch three 90 nm Athlon 64 FX processors intended for its 4x4 platform (a two-socket board, each containing a dual-core processor) in mid-November, with an aim to counter Intel's planned launched of the quad-core Core 2 Extreme QX6700 CPU, according to sources at Taiwan motherboard makers who are familiar with AMD's latest roadmap.
Intel will announce two-way quad-core server Clovertown processors, which will be marketed under the Xeon 5300-series name, on 16 November, according to Taiwan-based motherboard makers.
Aopen has launched a DVD burner, the DSW1218P, a half-height optical disc drive (ODD) that can read and write DVD +/- R/RW, DVD +/- R DL, DVD-RAM, and CD-R/RW formats at speeds up to 18x.
Following the demonstration of four-bit-per cell flash memory silicon that was produced under MirrorBit quad technology, Spansion said it plans to move production to 90 nm by year-end of this year with a maximum density range of up to 2 Gbit.