Iomega Introduces New 1GB Microdrive


Iomega Corporation, a global leader in data management solutions, today announced the availability of the Iomega 1GB Microdrive miniature hard drive. The new drive brings increased capacity, improved low-power operation and improved shock tolerance to the Microdrive storage solutions available to Iomega customers. Iomega announced its Microdrive line with the ...

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Chinabird Unveils the SG1000 Dual-Band GSM Phone


Chinabird Mobile Communication Co. Ltd has developed the Bird SG1000, a dual-band GSM phone. The BIRD SG1000 has been designed to combine lightness and beauty,it has only 95 grams and less than 88mm length.The BIRD SG1000 offers all the performance of the high-tech product: it is a dual-band mobile incorporating ...

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Sony-Ericsson to Launch New Phone Brand in 6 Months


The mobile phones joint venture between Japan’s Sony and Sweden’s Ericsson expects to use a new brand name for its cellphones when it starts up in about six months’ time. Jan Wareby, the head of Ericsson’s consumer products division who is to become executive vice president of the new company, ...

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Aiwa unveils Worlds Smallest and Lightest MD Player


Aiwa Co., Ltd. has introduced the AM-HX100 portable MD player, which is the world’s smallest and lightest, and also offers the longest playback time. Thanks to Aiwa’s high-density component mounting and low power consumption technologies, the AM-HX100 is the world smallest (only 71.1mm wide x 12.6mm high x 77.2mm deep) ...

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Sierra Wireless AirCard 300 now available in Canada


Sierra Wireless and TELUS Mobility announced today that the Sierra Wireless AirCard® 300 is now available for Internet use on the TELUS Mobility Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD) network. The Sierra Wireless AirCard 300 allows mobile professionals to access the Internet from any computing device with a PC Card slot, ...

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Solar-Powered Phone Calls


The success of a photovoltaic power supply is determined largely by the lighting conditions: Outdoors, a device is exposed to solar intensities of up to 1000 W/m2, but on a desk under artificial lighting or during overcast weather, the value is only 1 – 10 W/m2. The demands on the ...

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HandEra Ushers in New Handera 330 Handheld Computing Device


HandEra, Inc., a leading provider of handheld computing devices for business professionals, formerly TRG Products, Inc., today announced the HandEra 330(TM), a powerful new handheld computing device for corporate and personal use. The Palm Powered(TM) HandEra 330 boasts one of the highest resolution screens of any handheld on the market ...

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Fujitsu PC Corporation Unveils Next Generation, High-Performance Pen Tablet PC


Fujitsu PC Corporation (FPC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fujitsu, Ltd., today introduced the Stylistic™ 3500, a high-performance, full featured portable computing solution. This represents FPC’s commitment to developing a mobile computing device for mainstream enterprise adoption. Incorporating industry-standard processor and operating system technologies, the Stylistic 3500 can easily be transformed ...

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Russians create ‘Artificial Human Brain’


Russian scientists claim to have developed the first artificial brain with the same intellectual potential as a human. The neuro-computer is based on the workings of the human brain cell and can out perform previous brain models. It uses pioneering findings in neurophysiology and neuromorphology to produce a truly thinking ...

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Ericsson unveils world’s first Cordless Internet Radio


The Ericsson Cordless Internet Radio H100 is the first cordless device of its kind and represents a revolutionary step in bringing Internet audio content wirelessly into the home. Utilizing Bluetoothtm technology, the Cordless Internet Radio allows access to thousands of Internet radio stations without the use of a computer. Ericsson ...

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FS-1 Fitness Speedometer


Humans have always measured athletic performance, but never before has it been possible to accurately track the human stride. When running or walking, stride length is highly variable due to changing speeds and conditions. Conventional pedometers assume a fixed stride length, leading to inaccurate results. FitSense’s patented foot sensor automatically ...

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