ATI Technologies Inc.announced today that ATIâ€™s XILLEON 220 and NXT6000 have been selected by Xiamen Overseas Chinese Electronic Co., Ltd for its DH-78 HDTV cable set-top box.
Canon U.S.A. introduced into its 2003 lineup two new miniDV camcorders with simultaneous video recording and still-image capture capability.
The price of the Japanese PS2 broadband kit has been cut in an attempt to boost uptake and clear stocks, with Sony claiming that it will have 1m PS2 online gamers by this month.
Siemens has introduced new phones: A56, CT56, C56, M46, M56, S56, SL56, SL56, SX1 at the 2003 CTIA wireless trade fair.
HP and AT&T Wireless are working to extend the reach of mobile computing by offering customers seamless wireless access to critical information while on the road.
Linux vendors, critics and analysts disagreed last week over whether SCO Group's $1 billion lawsuit against IBM is a defining moment in the history of the open-source OS.
Nintendo may be facing a fight for its life at UK retail as another UK retailer drops the Gamecube line from their shelves.
Microsoft's Xbox Live service has enjoyed a successful launch in the UK, with retailers reporting healthy sales of the starter kit, but publishers threaten to spoil the party.
Siemens announced the availability of the SL56 mobile phone for U.S. consumers in the third quarter of 2003.
Cirrus Logic,announced that its high-performance EP7312-90 embedded processor powers system functionality for the popular new Good G100 wireless handheld from Good Technology.
Nokia today announced the availability of the Nokia One Mobile Connectivity Service for the Americas.
Introduced today, the new Nokia 6585 phone, one of the lightest CDMA2000 1X phones introduced in the Americas, is the latest addition to Nokia's family of CDMA2000 1X handsets.
In an new twist to the Xbox experience, gamers can log onto http://www.xbox.com/ beginning today to help decide the colors of a special line of Xbox controllers.
Logitech is showcasing its line of mobile phone headsets at CTIA Wireless 2003. The stylish headsets, designed to stay put, be comfortable, and serve a variety of individual needs.
HP today announced a broad range of wireless wide area network (WWAN) products and service offerings.