Digital Trends Staff

Digital Trends Staff

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Computing

New Opportunities Created By VoWiFi

Wi-Fi's spread through both the enterprise and the home opens new opportunities for two very different kinds of vendors, according to ABI Research.
Computing

Amtrak Boston To Baltimore Goes WiFi

AT&T Wireless and Amtrak have teamed up to offer WiFi service to six train stations along the Northeast Corridor.
Cool Tech

AT&T Cuts Price On VoIP Service

AT&T has trimmed the price of its CallVantage broadband phone service from $40 to $35 a month, further evidence of an unrelenting Net-phoning price war.
Cool Tech

Time Warner Cable Offers VoIP Service

Current Time Warner Cable and Roadrunner subscribers are starting to recieve e-mail invitations to try Time Warner's VoIP service.
Home Theater

TI Works On DSL Technology For HDTV

Texas Instruments Inc. says it is working on technology to help phone companies offer high-definition television and voice over high-speed Internet lines within about three years.
Computing

Dell To Sell Plasma TVs, Open More Kiosks

Dell Inc.plans to expand its flat-panel television line to include plasma-based models, the No. 1 personal computer maker said on Monday.
Photography

Nikon: Digital Cameras In, Film Out

Japan's Nikon Corp said on Tuesday that it was boosting its production capacity for a hot-selling digital SLR camera, while eyeing an eventual exit from film compact cameras.
Cool Tech

Skeptics Question Wi-Fi’s Viability

Skeptics are asking whether wireless Internet connections will become similar to the wired Internet of the late 1990s - hot but rarely profitable.
Mobile

New Worm Targets Smart Phones

Antivirus companies on Monday raced to decipher the workings of the first worm to target smart phones, while saying that the current incarnation of the program poses little threat.
Mobile

Mini HDD Brings Music, Video to Cell Phones

A combination of two of the most popular gadgets in recent years, mobile phones and digital cameras, results in an even hotter product, the camera phone.
Computing

Maxtor, Linksys Join For Networked Storage

Linksys has announced the Network Storage Link, a wireless device that can be paired with an external hard drive for network storage.
Computing

Fujitsu Updates Lifebook Series

Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation today unveiled the next generation of its powerful and versatile LifeBook E Series family, the LifeBook E8000 notebook.