Dan Gaul

Dan Gaul

Dan is the co-founder and CTO of Digital Trends. He heads up IT, software development along with Ad Ops. Past employers include Microsoft and RealNetworks.
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Computing

Afina AS 7180AV

Stylish, compact and powerful. The Afina AS 7180AV brings a new design to computing.
Mobile

Philips unveils wireless networking gear

Philips enters the wireless networking world with the introduction of four components: a base station, wireless USB adapter, notebook adapter, and USB/Ethernet adapter cable.
Home Theater

New DVD recorders by Philips

Phillips is introducing a broad new range of DVD Recorders comprising of four DVD Recorder decks, and the world’s first DVD Recorder Home Entertainment System.
Home Theater

100 hour DirecTV DVR released by Samsung

Samsung announced its entry into the Digital Video Recorder scene with its first DIRECTV® DVR with TiVo recorder, the SIR-S4120R, capable of storing up to 100 hours of programming.
Computing

18 year old arrested for Blaster Worm

The FBI has identified an 18-year-old suspect in the "Blaster" worm attacks, one of the most destructive computer viruses ever to target the Internet and computers worldwide.
Home Theater

Cirrus Logic releases surround sound codec

The CS42406 is ideally suited for audio/video and DVD receiver manufacturers searching for a cost-effective, surround-sound codec solution that delivers high-quality sound.
Mobile

EA to develop games for Nokia N-Gage

This holiday season EA will deliver some of its leading game titles for the Nokia N-Gage, the world's first mobile and connected game deck that will be available on October 7, 2003.
Mobile

Motorola A920 video mobile handset unveiled

Motorola and 3 have announced the arrival of their most advanced 3G handset to date – the Motorola A920.
Home Theater

Philips ships the Streamium MC-i250

The Streamium MC-i250 is the world's first audio system that gives consumers the freedom to wirelessly access multiple online music services from anywhere in the home.
Photography

Gateway launches affordable digital cameras

Gateway enters the digital camera market, introducing a line of cameras ranging from a mini 2 megapixel at $129 to a 5 megapixel for $399.
Computing

Dell intros powerful new laptop

With the most powerful mobile graphics solution ever offered in its Inspiron notebook line, Dell announced its newest multimedia notebook, the Inspiron 8600.
Mobile

Motorola’s new 5.8 GHz phone

Motorola announced the newest additions to its cordless phone portfolio – the MD600 Series.