Digital Trends Staff

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Computing

Jacksonville Goes Wireless With Clearwire

Jacksonville, Fla. has become the first city to launch Clearwire's wireless broadband internet service.
Home Theater

Dell Launches 26-inch LCD TV

Dell's latest foray into consumer electronics includes today's launch of its second generation of televisions, starting with a 26-inch LCD TV.
Computing

Netgear Claims First Gigabit Laptop Adapter

Netgear has announced the industry's first Gigabit cardbus Ethernet adapter for notebook computers, catering to the demand for higher speed networks.
Gaming

PSP To Use S3 Graphics Technology

S3TC texture compression technology from S3 Graphics Co., Ltd. has been licensed to Sony Computer Entertainment for use in the PlayStation Portable.
Computing

Sony Introduces Pint-Sized Projector

Sony's new VPL-CS7 is a highly portable 6-pound, 4-ounce portable projector aimed at educational and corporate customers.
Computing

LaCie Announces New Double-Layer DVD Drives

LaCie has announced two new external double layer DVD burners, the 16x d2 and the ultra-portable 8x Slim FireWire or USB 2.0.
Computing

NEC Technology Improves 3D Resolution

NEC today announced that it has succeeded in the development of a novel 3D system-on-glass liquid crystal display that can display the world's highest resolution 3D images.
Computing

D-Link Updates AirPremier Access Point

D-Link today introduced a new business-class 802.11g access point, the AirPremier DWL-2200AP, which includes Power over Ethernet capabilities.
Apple

Apple Unveils iMac G5 In Paris

Apple today unveiled the latest version of their iMac desktop computer, featuring upgraded processors, at the opening of the Apple Expo in Paris.
Mobile

Verizon Granted Injunction Against Spammer

Verizon Wireless today announced it was granted a permanent legal injunction against a Rhode Island spammer who sent unsolicited messages to wireless phones.
Computing

Intel Announces 65 Nanometer Technology

Intel says it has achieved a significant milestone in developing next-generation chip manufacturing techology with the announcement of an advanced 65 nanometer process technology.
Computing

Microsoft Sets 2006 Target For Longhorn

Microsoft Corp. said on Friday it will ship the next version of Windows, currently codenamed Longhorn, sometime in 2006.