Geoff Duncan

Geoff Duncan

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Geoff Duncan writes, programs, edits, plays music, and delights in making software misbehave. He's probably the only member of the Digital Trends staff who's played on hit records and had code running in space. He lives in Seattle, Washington.
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Zvue 250 Personal Media Player Ships

The Zvue 250 media player features a 2.5-inch screen, SD/MMC card storage, supports video at up to 30 fps...and costs just $99.95.

Windows Media Still Rules Video Streaming

Despite the hype around YouTube and other Flash-based sites, a new report from Research and Markets still puts Windows Media way ahead in the video streaming market.

Matsushita Touts Spark-Resistant Batteries

In the wake of Sony's damaging recall of almost 10 million notebook computer batteries, Matsushita says it's cranked up production of spark-resistant batteries.

Cingular Bringing MySpace to Mobile Phones

Cingular Wireless has announced MySpace Mobile, a $2.99/month Java application which enables MySpace addicts to keep up with the enormous social networking site.

Linksys Announces iPhone VoIP Handsets

Yes, it's called iPhone, but it's not the long-anticipated iTunes phone from Apple: instead, it's a line of VoIP handsets from LinkSys.

PC MicroWorks Vega Offers Dual SLI Graphics

If you've gotta have the baddest - and spendiest - in notebooks, check out PC MicroWorks Vega, with dual SLI graphics, up to 600 GB of storage, and a 20.1-inch display.

Falcon NW Unveils FragBook TLX Notebook

Falcon Northwest caters to hardcore gamers with a new 17-inch, 1,680 by 1,050 pixel display, Nvidia GeForce 7600 Go graphics, and a 2.33 GHz Core 2 Duo CPU.

Star Trek Legacy Ships for PC, Xbox 360

Fire photon torpedoes! Set phasers on puree! Bethesda Softworks ships Star Trek: Legacy for Xbox 306, following up last week's release for Windows PCs.

Vista Update Targets Frankenbuilds

An update to Microsoft's just-released Vista operating system shuts down versions of Vistas cobbled together from disparate software components.

Gears Of War Clears 2 Mln Mark

The Xbox 360-exclusive game Gears of War has now sold more than 2 million copies, making it the fasted selling next-generation console game to date.
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Gates: DRM Not Where It Should Be

Talking with a group of bloggers, Microsoft's Bill Gates says he doesn't think anyone's gotten DRM technology right, and causes headaches for consumers.

Amazon Countersues IBM on Patents

Remember when IBM sued Amazon, claiming some of the company's Web features violated IBM ecommerce patents? Amazon has fired back, alleging IBM violates Amazon's patents.