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.
Dell today announced the 2100MP, a digital projector capable of all these things, and as easy on your shoulder as it is on your budget.
Code named "WANDA" (Wireless Any Network Digital Assistant), the concept design is powered by TIÂ´s OMAPTM processors, multiple TI wireless technologies and MicrosoftÂ´s Pocket PC OS.
Sony plans to move production of its PlayStation 2 system to China next year as the rivalry from Microsoft's Xbox forces the world's largest video-game console maker to watch costs.
DVD-recorder drives for computers possess an attractive combination of virtues. They're increasingly cheap and actually useful, both for making home movies and for backing up data.
D&M Holdings Inc. have announced that it has agreed to acquire McIntosh Laboratory, Inc., from Clarion Corporation of America.
V Inc. has just announced the shipment of its 46 inch digital plasma television. The Vizio P4 has a native resolution of 852 x 480 (pixels).
Alienware announced the availability of Intel Centrino mobile technology in their new line of Hive-Mindm mobile systems.
Sharp announced aggressive price reductions on selected models of its AQUOS Liquid Crystal Television product line.
What perked our interested in the Audiotron was that not only could it stream MP3's and music from your computer and the internet but was the fact that it was component width which meant that it fit right in with your other home theater components.
The TDK VeloCD Firewire 24/10/40F CD ReWriter runs flawlessly, is fast and looks extremely cool. While it supports Mac systems, the software provided is pretty thin.