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.

Canadian ISP Ready To Name Music Swappers

Videotron's lawyer says he's bewildered why others fight the motions from the music industry.

Computing

Gamer Kills Over Virtual Sword

A 41 year old chinese gamer stabbed to death another gamer for selling his virtual sword.

Gaming

iTunes on Sony’s PSP

Sync MP3 music files from iTunes playlists onto Sony PSP memory cards.

Gaming

EMI Releases DTS Signature Series Titles

DTS and EMI Music have announced release dates for the first DVD-Audio (DVD-A) music titles in the "DTS Signature Series" collection from EMI.

Home Theater

ATI Releases New High-End Graphics Cards

New AGP versions of the Radeon X800 XL graphics cards and Radeon X850 XT graphics processors are now shipping.

Computing

Pocket Drive Offers 128 Bit AES Encryption

Memory Experts International unveils encryption driven biometric USB product, Outbacker, capable of delivering the storage power of a PC in a 3 by 5 inch personal data device.

Computing

Sony PSP And NIntendo DS Get Jeff Corwin

The Jeff Corwin Experience TV program will be coming to a Sony PSP and Nintendo DS near you.

Gaming

Microvision Awarded US Army Contract

The $730,000 will be used to develop full-color, see-through, head worn display prototype.

Computing

Dell to Help Keep Kids Safe From Internet

Dell today announced its participation in a national campaign for Internet safety created to help keep children safe online.

Computing

High-end Projector Announced by Sharp

Sharp announced the XG-PH50X today aimed at high-end home theater and large venues.

Home Theater

Allofmp3.com Under Investigation

The popular Russian digital-music site was investigated by Moscow City Police and may get shutdown.

Computing

Hitachi Increasing Shares in FHP

Hitachi has reached an greement with Fujitsu Limited regarding acquisition of Fujitsu Hitachi Plasma Display Limited (FHP) stock owned by Fujitsu.

Home Theater

Shanghai To Host ‘Battle of the Brains’

IBM sponsored programming competition to kick off in Shanghai April 3rd, with more then 200 university programmers from across the world.

Computing

Movielink Successful Defending Lawsuit

USA Video Technology fails to prove Movielink infringed on their patent.

Computing

Newest Ohio Antispam Law Gets AOL Approval

AOL applauds Ohio's Governor Taft after the signing of the state's new antispam law.

Computing