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When One Less Gadget Is Better -- Set-Top Boxes Going Bye-Bye?

Sony has joined forces with six of the top cable companies in the U.S. to adopt tru2way technology in its TVs, thus eliminating the need for a set-top box when accessing television and other interactive services. and anyone else...

O-FONE Supports SIP on Symbian S60 mobile phone

Rich received an email from O-FONE claiming they are the "First s60 SIP Symbian client". I'm not so sure about being the "first" since Truphone has a SIP client for Symbian phones, so do Jajah & Fring -- and there...

TV on the Go Go

Love to watch TV -- so why not on my mobile phone? In just a month from now (March 1 or so) Verizon Wireless, the second largest U.S. mobile carrier (time for the "We Try Harder" slogan popularized by Avis?) is...

Hybrid: Is This the Future of Storage?

While everybody hears about CES and MacWorld, another tech focused show is happening in Las Vegas -- StorageVisions 2007. Not to be outdone by those two shows, we have some news from this one, too. In a move to give...

Laser Printers, Laser Tag; Why Not Laser TVs?

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas --- 2007, that is. While we're all jazzed about LCD and plasma TVs this year, a report in Technology Review notes that Mitsubishi and Samsung are expecting to have laser TVs on store shelves by Christmas 2007....

How Much Is That Celll Phone in the Window: Yes, $1,275

Now cell phones compete on features, on price, on coolness, etc., with price usually meaning the cheaper the better. (And the other ones with more the better as the motto.) Now for something completely different (apolgies to Mr. Python), Bang &...

How About a 10 Megapixel Camera, er Cell Phone

Think you've got a lot of power in your digital camera? And by power, I mean a lot of pixels -- as in megapixels. Well, whatever you may be shooting with may be impressive, but have I got a surprise for...

The Top Selling U.S. Music Phone: Can You Guess?

Everybody loves a Top 10 list -- and we're no exception! This one comes from Wirefly, "an online leader in one-stop comparison shopping for cell phones and wireless service plans," which recently named the top-selling music phones in the U.S. (Definition:...

A Unified HD-DVD Format (Or at Least a Player)?

So much going on with HD-DVD and Blu-ray that you need a scorecard to keep up with all of the players and their moves in this next-generation format war. Is there any life to a dual-format player that supports both...

Who's the Top Plasma Producer? Guess Again ...

Everybody wants to be a market leader in their product category -- yes, saying you are #1 is important! Now, after nearly a year of declining market share and the loss of its leadership in the plasma display panel (PDP) industry,...

2006 Best Design Awards: Business Week Has Them All

  You know, gadgets don't have to look cool to be cool, but it certainly helps. (Exhibit #1 please: the iPod). Well, if you love design and all things gadgets (and Beyond -- remember that from seeing Click! recently?), then...

Bigger Is Better Notebooks Are Coming

I thought notebook computers were supposed to be small (hence "notebook" in the first place). Well, according to eWeek Magazine, Dell, Acer and Samsung are testing the waters for super-sized laptop computers that look more like briefcases than notebooks. Driven...

Memorial Day: Gadget Day

As a family of four, we all have our favorite gadgets that we seem to always have with us. Here's what the family had with them for Memorial Day (parade included): Dad -- Cell phone (Treo 650) Mom -- Cell...

HP TVs and Lenovo PCs at Best Buy: Am I Seeing Correctly?

Interesting news the past couple of weeks about Best Buy adding flat-panel televisions from HP and Lenovo notebooksand desktop computers. Seems, on one hand, this would herald the return of TVs from a major U.S. manufacturer to the retail market. In case...

(Not So) Trivial Pursuit

Cell phones have become indispensable -- can you imagine not having one?But can you guess how many people around the world now use cell phones? Do you want to even try?Well, many more cell phones than jelly beans in that jar...

Sony & Samsung: An Unlikely Team, But Could This Be the Start of a Beautiful Relationship?

Is used to be that Japanese companies only made alliances with each other -- while at the same time fighting tooth and nail for competitive advantage.  But now we have a Japanese company -- Sony, no less -- that has...

The World Is Becoming Flat

It’s no surprise that TV sales continue to rise, with sales of flat panel TVs (including both LCD and plasma) more than doubling from last year as prices inexorably drop over time.  At the same time, sales of CRT TVs...

Samsung and Apple part ways

According to TMCnet, Samsung Electronics Co.'s talks with Apple Computer Inc. on a possible joint investment to produce NAND flash memory chips have broken down, Samsung said Monday.  The Korea Times newspaper reported Monday that a potential 4 trillion won...

Samsung BCS IP-PBX goes wireless

Samsung Business Communication Systems (BCS) has a new OfficeServ Wireless application. Running on Samsung's iDCS 500 IP-enabled, iDCS 100 IP-enabled, and the recently introduced OfficeServ 7200 platform, OfficeServ Wireless is designed to bring WiFi VoIP to the enterprise. The most...

Samsung MM-A700 - TV on your cell phone

The Samsung MM-A700 is one cool cell phone. It's loaded with Sprint PCS's Vision Multimedia Services and a built-in Media Player application. It features a sharp 262,000-color screen, stereo sound, and can play back pre-recorded TV shows at 15fps....
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