Samsung Unveils New Digital Music Player


Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. unveiled at the CeBIT trade show this week an upgraded version of its Photo Yepp digital music player that sports built-in memory and a better display than the original. Like the original, the new player can also display still images while music or other audio is ...

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Timex Watch to Incorporate Speedpass Technology


They say time is money. Soon, a quick wave of your watch may be as good as cash. Middlebury-based Timex is developing a new wristwatch that incorporates Speedpass technology, allowing the wearer to purchase everything from gas at the pump to fries at McDonald’s simply by waving an arm. The ...

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Kodak EasyShare DX4900 Digital Camera Named Best in Class


Eastman Kodak Company announced that the new Kodak EasyShare DX4900 Zoom Digital Camera was named best point-and-shoot digital camera in its price range at the 2002 Photo Marketing Association (PMA) Annual International Convention & Trade Show, the largest annual industry event. This new 4.0 Megapixel (MP) digital camera will be ...

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Nikon Introduces a New Twist on Photography – The Coolpix 2500


Nikon, the world leader in photography, has introduced a digital camera with a revolutionary twist, the Coolpix(R) 2500, a stylish pocket-sized 2.0 million effective pixel digital camera featuring the world’s first inner-swivel lens design. This inner-swivel lens makes shooting from various angles — including a 180-degree flip for self-portraits — ...

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Hitachi to Launch New Broadband Mobile Multimedia Communicator


Hitachi, Ltd. has announced it is launching a new category of mobile multimedia communicator, the NPD-10JWL, based on the new Microsoft® operating system (OS), Windows CE .NET, Japanese Version, and the new Intel® Central Processing Unit (CPU), Intel® PXA250 applications processor based on the Intel® XscaleTM microarchitecture. Hitachi will begin ...

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IBM Builds 110 GHZ – Fastest Communications Microchip


IBM has created the world’s fastest semiconductor circuit — operating at speeds of more than 110 GigaHertz (GHz) and processing an electrical signal in 4.3 trillionths of a second. The circuit was built using IBM’s latest silicon germanium (SiGe) chip-making technology, extending basic silicon to speeds never thought possible. IBM ...

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Cappuccino G1 Mini 6″ PC


A mini PC similar in size to a CD player and weighs only 1.9 pounds. It’s powered by a 1Ghz Pentium III processor and 256 MB of ram to run almost any application. The Cappuccino G1 also includes all standard I/O ports such as parallel, serial, video, network and 2 ...

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Wired Jacket Heats Itself


The Jackets Jettison the electric blanket model — traditional wires running through cloth to produce heat. Instead, they conduct heat through stainless steel microfibers thinner than a human hair. The fibers are as washable, bendable and soft as the fabric into which they’re woven. Malden Mills of Lawrence, which makes ...

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MkiVki Visual Music Player


MkiVki, as a visual music player, is the first portable equipment that enables the user to edit the image and music randomly and play them. Unlike MP3 players that can only play music, the user can view music video and, take and edit moving/still pictures so that the user can ...

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