Panasonic rolled out its second-generation Blu-ray player at Cebit today. The new DMP-BD10A replaces the DMP-BD10 and improves the audio capabilities of its predecessor.
Nero, developer of a popular disc burning application with the same name, today announced that the April update of the software will add PDF protection as part of its DRM technology SecurDisc.
We provided a glimpse of the display already yesterday in our Cebit preview slideshow. Today, NEC officially unveiled the 3D LCD as its Cebit highlight.
Sharp today announced two new Aquos LCD TV's that support a 1080p resolution and provide the functionality of a digital video recorder - thanks to a built-in 160 GB 2.5" hard drive.
Seagate announced that it has begun shipping its Momentus 7200.2 2.5" hard drive with a 3 Gb/s SATA interface.
Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto inspired the audience during the GDC keynote, but Nintendo lacked any big announcements or exciting news at the event.
Your next digital camera could be recording video in high-definition: Micron today said that it is sampling a 5 megapixel CMOS image senor that can record video in 720p resolution at 60 fps.
Sony began its GDC 2007 keynote by tossing some giant soccer balls into the audience. And yes, the soccer balls had a purpose that came into "play" later in the keynote.