Digital Trends Staff

Digital Trends Staff


Microsoft Aims For Personalized Search

Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it was aiming to make search services customized for users so that results would be based on individual preferences and interests.

Verizon Offers Phone-Based Navigation

Verizon has begun offering third-party navigation and traffic information software on its GPS-enabled phones that support BREW applications.
Home Theater

Hawking Launches Pan/Tilt Network Camera

Hawking Technologies, Inc., has announced the release of its new HNC700PT Net-Vision Remote-Motion CCD Network Camera.

Kokak Announces Wireless Printer Dock Plus

Kodak's Easyshare Printer Dock Plus enables wireless picture printing from nearly any digital source including digital cameras, flash storage cards, and phone cameras.

Biostar To Manufacture Nvidia Video Cards

Biostar is now officially an NVIDIA frist-tier partner of graphics solutions the company has announced several GeForce FX and MX graphics cards.

Mirra Strikes Distribution Deal For Server

Mirra, Inc. has announced an agreement with D&H Distributing allowing the compant to distribute and market the Mirra Personaal Server to a more broad base of resellers.
Home Theater

Maxx Announces New Plasma Displays

Maxx products has announced a new line of High Definition (HD) TruVision plasma flat panel displays, which includes two 42-inch models and a 50-inch model.
Cool Tech

GoVideo Reenters Audio Player Market

GoVideo has announced its re-entry into the portable digital audio player market with the release of new flash and hard-disk-based Rave-MP players.

Fujitsu Ships 100GB 2.5-Inch Drives

Fujitsu has begun delivering its 100GB 2.5-inch hard drives to its channel partners and devices featuring the product will begin appearing soon.

Rio Carbon To Battle iPod Mini

Carbon, Rio Audio's latest hard drive-based digital audio player should begin shipping this month.

Doom 3 Currently Available At Some Stores

With the official launch date listed as August 4, the highly anticipated first-person-shooter Doom 3 is already turning up at some stores.

Hard Drives Get Faster, Smarter

PC World tests suggest that a new technology designed to make drives operate more intelligently improves performance when it's combined with a larger cache.