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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.

Casio Develops Transparent Ceramic Lens

Casio has announced that the company has developed the world’s first lens using transparent ceramics, making it possible to create zoom lenses with greatly reduced profiles.

Michigan City Boasts End-To-End WiFi

Grand Haven, Mich. has announced that it is the first city to offer end-to-end citywide wireless Internet access.
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Shipments Of 1394 Enabled-Devices To Grow

A recent report by In-Stat/MDR states that shipments of IEEE 1394-enabled devices are expected to see a 22.2-percent growth rate in the next four years.

Review: The Zalman Reserator 1

Overclockers Online take a look at the Zalman Reserator 1 watercooling system.

New Video Games Encourage Excercise

Some of the new video games on the market make children move more than their thumbs — they get the kids off the couch and get them to exercise.

T-Break Reviews Leadtek A400 And A400GT

T-Break takes a look at Leadtek's new A400 and A400GT video cards, based on the Nvidia 6800 and 6800GT.