Matrox announced that the Parhelia graphics card has been certified for Autodesk Inventor 7 under the new Autodesk Inventor Certified Hardware Program.
Philips enables easy cable-free PC use with range of wireless networking accessories.
Cirrus Logic Inc. announced a new surround-sound CODEC, the CS42406, ideal for combination DVD/Audio players.
MSN unveiled details regarding its upcoming innovative premium services for broadband in the United States, MSN Premium.
Maxtor announced that the next evolution of its external storage hard drives branded Maxtor OneTouch are now available.
Logitech announced that Xbox gamers can now step up the action with two new quality controllers.
Sony has introduced the DCR-IP1 MICROMV Handycam camcorder - the smallest and lightest tape-based camcorder in the world.
Epson America Inc. is introducing the ultimate all-purpose printer that offers an impressive combination of quality and print durability for an affordable price; the C84.
Online music broadcasters fight back sueing the RIAA in federal court. But is it enough? Read on to find out.
This fall, NFL viewers will be able to see games on TV like never before. At least three games per week will be televised in high-definition format.
The new Gaming Headphone from Philips has been developed specially for gaming enthusiasts who want to feel all the action, excitement and involvement of their favorite games.
Sales of LCD and Plasma TVs have increased tremendously during the first half of 2003 compared to year-to-date sales in 2002, according to the CEA.
Meridian Audio has just announced a new, more affordable line of AV components called the G Series.
Samsung has been designing and manufacturing their Yepp lineup of MP3 players for a number of years now. Their YP-35H gets reviewed by Envy News.
Digit-Life reviews some non-brand name video cards: Clock speeds can be cut down and the memory bus narrowed. What is no name in the High-End sector?