Digital Trends Staff

Digital Trends Staff

VIA Launches Flat Panel Development Kit

New LVDS and RGB panel connector support for VIA EPIA mainboards should reduce development time for European flat panel devices.

Computing

Scavenging E-Mail Virus Surfaces On Net

A new computer virus capable of harvesting millions of e-mail addresses from infected PCs was rapidly spreading across the Internet Monday, security experts said.

Computing

TI Ships Industry’s First 1 GHZ DSP

90 Nanometer Process Technology Drives Increased Performance and 50 Percent Price Reduction for Existing 720 MHz DSPs .

Computing

Florida City Proposal Targets Violent Games

A Florida city is determined to pass a law restricting children's access to violent computer games despite legal challenges to similar attempts elsewhere, and charges of censorship.

Computing

Sanyo To Double DVD Pickup Output

Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd said on Monday it planned to more than double its output capacity of optical readers used in DVD recorders.

Computing

Microsoft Puts Pressure On Canadian Teen

Mike Rowe, 17, is getting a lot of attention from Microsoft, in an effort to shut down his Web site Mikerowesoft.com.

Computing

Intel Releases Faster Wireless Solution

Intel Corporation today introduced the Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG network connection, enabling both 802.11b and rapid 802.11g wireless networking capabilities.

Computing

Guitar Maker To Enter Networking Arena

Cirrus Logic and Gibson Guitar Corp. have announced that they will work together to develop networking equipment to be used in musical instruments.

Computing

Delayed Motorola Camera Phone Released

Motorola's V400 wireless telephone, which includes an integrated camera, will go on sale this week through Cingular, arriving several months after originally scheduled.

Mobile

Viruses Caused $55 Billion Damage In 2003

According to anti-virus software maker Trend Micro, Inc, viruses caused $55 billion worth of damage worldwide in 2003 .

Computing

Report: Illegal Music Downloads Increasing

The number of people downloading music illegally surged a month after recording companies began suing hundreds of music fans, a marketing research firm said Thursday.

Computing

Microsoft To Modify Online Music Shopping

Microsoft Corp. has agreed to modify an online shopping feature in Windows, clearing up concerns that it might be a breach of the company's landmark antitrust settlement.

Computing

HP Ranks First In Latest PC Sales Figures

A report released by IDC shows that PC shipments have reached record levels as battle for market leadership continues. HP topped the list with the most shipments in Q4 2003.

Computing

Spam Law Not Deterring Much Mail

Only 10 per cent of junk e-mail complies with a new U.S. anti-spam law, according to two days' worth of messages analyzed by a spam filtering vendor.

Computing

Playboy Lawsuit Against Netscape To Proceed

Case could affect online advertising practice of 'keying'.

Computing