Digital Trends Staff

Digital Trends Staff

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Anycom Announces Bluetooth Travel Mouse

Anycom Technologies has released the BTM-100, a small Bluetooth mouse ideal for mobile professionals.

Verizon Offers Samsung Global Phone

Verizon Wireless has announced the availablility of Samsung's SCH-a790 Global Phone to U.S. customers.
Cool Tech

Microsoft Announces Online Music Store

Microsoft has expanded their digital media footprint with the launch of its MSN Music Store and updated Windows Media Player 10.

eMachines To Be Available In Japan

Gateway has announced that its eMachines brand of notebook and desktop PCs will be available in Japan through retailer Nojima.

New Devices Driving Home Network Growth

Industry research firm IDC expects the worldwide installed base of households with a network to grow from 37 million in 2003 to nearly 111 million in 2008.

AT&T Wireless Extends 3G UMTS Service

AT&T Wireless has extended it s 3G UMTS service to Dallas and San Diego, offering broadband mobile data access and streaming video to subscribers in the two cities.

Philadephia To Become One Giant Hot Spot

City officials are planning on turning all 135 square miles of Philadelphia into the world's largest wireless internet hot spot.

Intel Upgrades Cache On Mobile Celerons

Intel has added 1MB of Level 2 cache to two new Celeron M processors, almost doubling the cache of previous generations.

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.

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.

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.