Apple unveils new video-playing iPod

Apple has revealed a new top of the range iPod that plays songs and videos. The video-playing iPod has a 2.5 inch (6.35cm) color screen that is 320 by 240 pixels in size. Steve Jobs said the 30 GB iPod should be able to store 75 hours’ worth of video and the 60 GB version …more

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ProMOS to start 90nm process DDR2 production at 12-inch plant

ProMOS Technologies will start a pilot run production for their 90nm DDR2 IC process at its 12-inch wafer plant later this month in Taiwan. This is good news for consumers because some of the cost savings related to the 12″ wafers might be passed along to consumers. Since yield rates for 90nm process DDR has …more

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Apple’s Profit Quadruples, Yet Stock Falls

It appears numbers are looking both good and bad for Steve Jobs and Co. Though their net income for the fourth quarter was a reported $430 million (up from $106 million the previous year), they didn’t quite hit the mark with their iPod sales, shipping only 6.5 million units, as opposed to the 7 to …more

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DFI rides high on strong ACP sales

DFI, a manufacturer of mid and high-end motherboard solutions favored amongst many computer enthusiasts, are showing strong third-quarter numbers on the industrial end of their computing solutions. They also predict strong numbers FY06, with LANparty sales forcasted to jump 50 percent. DFI reported unaudited pre-tax profits of NT$61.9 million (US$1.86 million) and gross margins of …more

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Asustek debuts dual-core Intel Xeon server boards

After a recent announcement by Intel concerning the release of their dual-core Xeon processor line, Asustek revealed their newest server motherboard series that support the Paxville dual-core Xeon processor: the PVL-D. The PVL-D series includes the PVL-D/1U and PVL-D/SCSI motherboards. Both boards support a dual-Xeon DP (Paxville) dual-core processor platform with Hyper-Threading Technology, independent 2M …more

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Symantec won’t ‘whine’ about Microsoft

Today, Symantec, one of today’s security “giants”, announced that they will not pursue litigation or cry foul concerning Microsoft’s entrance into the security business next year. “We’re not looking to go whining to the EU or the DOJ for anything,” Symantec Chief Executive Officer John Thompson said Tuesday, referring to the European Union and the …more

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Share Holders Had Higher Hopes for AMD

On Tuesday AMD (NYSE: AMD) reported sales of $1.523 billion and net income of $76 million, amounting to $0.18 per diluted share, for the quarter ended September 25, 2005. Even though sales are up, the stock dropped $2.04, or 8.42%, to $21.96 this morning on news of the quarter results. Looks like stock holders are …more

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Did you miss Microsoft Patch Tuesday?

Microsoft on Tuesday released nine security bulletins that patched 14 separate vulnerabilities for Windows and Internet Explorer, including several that could easily end up being exploited in short order by attackers. If you have not patched your system please do right now by clicking the link below to visit Microsoft. Of the three bulletins tagged …more

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Microsoft and Yahoo Try To Bring Together IM Networks

Microsoft and Yahoo are set to announce today a blockbuster interoperability deal that will reshape the landscape of the fragmented instant messaging market. It does not seem that any name changes are going to take place, but if one does we would like to vote for “YahSoft” or “Microhoo”! The companies will connect their IM …more

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China launches two astronauts into space

A rocket carrying the Shenzhou 6 capsule and the astronauts blasted off Wednesday morning from the remote base in China?s northwest. In a break with the space agency?s typical secrecy, the launch was shown live on Chinese state television. The three minute launch can be seen by visiting the link below. The mission, reportedly due …more

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New Virus Stealing Online Game IDs and Serial Numbers

The Korea Information Security Agency (KISA) Tuesday warned of a Trojan horse program that steals online game identifications and passwords by hacking into the Web sites of game companies. The trojan circulates through internet browsers, so make sure you patch up IE or Firefox. In its monthly report, the state-backed agency said it found almost …more

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ProMOS uses low-cost TSOP packaging for DDR2 Memory Modules

In order to increase its penetration rate in the DDR2 market, ProMOS Technologies has stared producing TSOP (thin small outline package) DDR2 in addition to traditional BGA (ball grid array) packed DDR2, as TSOP packed DDR2 attains a relatively lower cost than traditional packaging, according to industry sources. I don’t like the fact that consumers …more

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Google corrects map reference for Taiwan

Following protests from legislators and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) over the Google Maps service’s reference to Taiwan as a part of China, the Internet search engine over the weekend removed the words “a province of China” from its map of Taiwan. The description of Taiwan as a “province of China” used on Google’s …more

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Kingston First To Launch DDR2 667MHz SO-DIMM Memory

Kingston Technology usually launches memory modules when the market is goon and ready, but every so often Kingston likes to be the first memory company to launch a new memory speed. Today Kingston released their 667MHz DDR2 SO-DIMM memory modules for notebooks and custom applications. Legit Reviews is looking forward to the use of 667MHz …more

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