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We didn't know that such a device existed, but apparently you can buy a remote control for your Winamp media player.
PCReview.co.uk has a review of the HiTi 630PS Photo Printer â€“ an ultra high end consumer unit, using dye-dub technology.
Digit-Life some how was able to get a notebook PC based on the Athlon 64 processor. While this is not a production unit, it is still an interesting read.
ViewSonic announced an addition to its NextVisionâ„¢ M Series of Digital Media Centers along with several complete entertainment solution bundles.
Toshiba announced the availability of the wireless-enabled (Wi-FiÂ® 802.11a/g) SatelliteÂ® P25-S609 and P15-S479 notebook PCs.
Western Digital Corp. announced that Dell Inc. is offering to its customers Western Digital's enterprise-class WD Raptor hard drive in their high-end gaming systems.
ATI introduced the RADEON 9800 XT and the RADEON 9600 XT, delivering killer DirectX 9 performance in leading games like Half-Life 2, which will be bundled with the graphics cards.
The recording industry says it has settled 52 of the 261 suits it filed against Internet users accused of illegally permitting others to download music from their computers.
Microsoft Corp. announced today at a multicity press conference in the United States and Europe the launch of WindowsÂ® XP Media Center Edition 2004.
The VAIO RZ series integrates Windows XP Media Center Edition with Giga Pocket engine for high-octane entertainment experience.
Gateway's 610 Media Center PC isthe industryâ€™s first all-in-one PC featuring Microsoftâ€™s new Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004.
Creative Labs announces announced Sound Blaster Wireless Music , an easy to use wireless music system.
Olympus C-5060 with 14x total seamless wide-angle zoom (4x optical + 3.5x digital) and fast processing time, the C-5060 Wide Zoom is ideal for advanced digital photographers.
MusicMatch, the software company best known for its popular music player, on Monday launched a pay-as-you-download music service.