Digital Trends Staff

Digital Trends Staff

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Mobile

Sierra Smartphone Debuts In Europe

The new Voq Professional Phone by Sierra Wireless debuted in the Netherlands this week and will be launched in the U.S. in the next two weeks.
Computing

Canadian Study Shows Downloads Hurt Music

Almost 30 percent of respondents to a survey conducted by market-research company Pollara said downloading, file sharing and burning were the main reasons that they purchased less.
Computing

Connected Devices Making Homes ‘Smarter’

A new report by InStat/MDR suggests that products and advancments to make homes 'smarter' and more connected are progressing slower than most had expected.
Computing

Corsair Announces XMS2 DDR 5300 Pro Memory

Corsair memory has announced new low latency XMS2 5300 DDR2 memory modules geared towards gamers and performance enthusiasts.
Computing

Seagate Escalates Cornice Patent Complaint

Seagate is escalating its battle against hard drive maker Cornice by taking its patent infringement claim to the U.S International Trade Commission.
Computing

Sony Expands Micro Vault Portable Line

Sony's new Micro Vault Pro offers 2GB of portable storage and "Auto Sync" software for easy file transfers.
Computing

T-Systems To Create Seamless WiFi Network

T-Systems is linking together 10,000 locations for wireless computer access and aims to connect half of the world's public hotspots to a seamless network.
Computing

Epson Updates Stylus Inkjet Printer Line

Epson has updated its Stylus inkjet printer lineup with the C66 and C86 models that include a new photo kit for easier photo printing.
Home Theater

Canopus Announces Digital Video Converter

Canopus' new ADVC110 is a bidirectional analog/digital video converter for Windows and Mac desktop and notebook systems.
Computing

LG Sets Up LCD Parts Supplier

LG Corp. is creating a new LCD parts supplier for their industry-leading flat-screen maker, LG Philips LCD.
Computing

WiFi Access Spreads Through Rural Areas

WiFi hotspots aren't just for the coffee shops and urban areas anymore, mesh networks make it simple for even remote areas to become 'hot.'
Computing

Lawmakers Set Sights On Violent Video Games

Violent video games and the effect they have on children is in the news again, this time with lawmakers citing research that links aggressive behavior to violent video games.