Digital Trends Staff

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Computing

HP To Use SiS Chipsets In AMD64 Systems

SiS has announced that HP will build new consumer desktop PCs based on the AMD64 platform and SiS' chipsets.
Mobile

Nokia Releases Three New Camera Phones

Nokia has released three new phones in what they call their 'Fashion Collection' including a clamshell design, which the company has traditionally not used.
Mobile

AT&T Wireless Offers Mexico/U.S. Messaging

AT&T Wireless has announced the availability of international text messaging between the U.S. and Mexico.
Cool Tech

RealNetworks Ends 49 Cent Song Promo

RealNetworks has ended their 49 cent downloadable song promotion, bringing prices back to their original 99 cents per track.
Cool Tech

Shure Appoints Karnes To General Manager

Shure Incorporated has appointed Mark Karnes to General Manager of the Personal Audio Business Unit, responsible for the company's E Series earphones and QuietSpot headset.
Computing

T-Mobile To Offer Smaller Blackberry

Research In Motion (RIM) and T-Mobile have introduced the Blackberry 7100t and announced it will be available in the U.S. in October.
Mobile

Samsung Unveils Hard Drive-Based Phone

Samsung has unveiled the SPH-V5400, a new mobile phone that sports a 1-inch 1.5GB internal hard drive and a 2.2-inch LCD.
Computing

ViewSonic Enters Networked Media Market

ViewSonic has announced two new networked media devices which allow users to enjoy their digital music, videos and pictures on their TV and home stereos.
Computing

M-Systems, SanDisk Partner For Flash Drives

M-Systems and SanDisk have announced a strategic partnership to jointly develop the next-generation USB flash drives.
Computing

GoVideo Shows Newest Wireless Media Player

GoVideo will demonstrate its latest Wireless Media Reciever and DVD Player, the D2740, at the Intel Developer Forum this week.
Computing

Verizon Gives Speed Boost To DSL

Verizon has announced an upgrade to its DSL service in 12 states, providing a maximum download speed of 3Mbps and up to 768Kbps of upload speed.
Mobile

Wireless Phone Vendors Face New Competition

The latest report by ABI Research has identified two new threats to the market share of the dominant vendors in the wireless phone handset market.