Digital Trends Staff

Digital Trends Staff

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Computing

Anti-Spam Group Publishes Recommendations

Yahoo!, Microsoft, EarthLink and AOL propose key best practices and technologies to tackle the problem of unsolicited commercial e-mail.
Mobile

Nextel Announces ‘Push To E-Mail’

Nextel's new NextMail service, powered by Pacific DataVision, transmits voice messages to E-mail inboxes from the Direct Connect button on every Nextel handset.
Home Theater

JVC Teams Up WIth Maxtor For Recorders

JVC has implemented Maxtor's 160GB QuickView hard drives in the company's new hard drive-based DVD recorders.
Photography

HP Launching Digital Camera Test At Hotels

HP is launching a test program to put its digital cameras in the hands of guests at Fairmont Hotels as the company seeks to expand its reach in digital photography and printing.
Computing

Sharp To Market DVD Recorder With 400GB HD

Sharp has unveiled a new DVD recorder that supports high-definition video and comes with a 400GB hard drive.
Computing

Tech Alliance Created For ‘Digital Living’

A group of 145 global electronics companies plans to announce on Tuesday an alliance to support the development of computers, electronics and mobile devices that share content.
Computing

Philips Unveils 16X DVD Burner

Philips Electronics has launched the world's first 16-speed DVD writer, which can burn a disc in under six minutes, the Dutch company said Tuesday.
Apple

BMW Announces iPod Integration Option

Apple & BMW have unveiled the first seamless integration of the iPod in a car audio system.
Computing

Production Of 16x DVD+RW Burners Delayed

Volume production of 16x DVD+RW burners for Japanese optical drive manufacturers and their Taiwanese competitors may be behind schedule due to a tight supply of laser diodes.
Computing

HP Updates Media Center PCs

HP has announced a new upgrade to their Media Center PC lineup, including the 'Personal Media Drive', a stand-alone storage accessory.
Computing

Broadcom Introduces Bluetooth Enhancements

Broadcom's new Bluetooth solution eliminates the need for redundant wired keyboards typically required to configure Bluetooth peripherals.
Gaming

Army Sets Up Video-Game Studio

The U.S. Army, riding the success of its video game America's Army, has set up a game studio with industry veterans to write software to simulate training for a variety of projects.