Philips Lumileds announced on January 23 new performance records for its high-power white LEDs, claiming its new white LEDs break the 100-lumen-per-Watt mark.
Asus has posted a press release containing details of AMD's upcoming graphics processor (GPU) aimed at notebooks, the ATI Mobility Radeon X2300.
It is the nano-equivalent of seeing the first stone disc roll down a prehistoric hill: German and French scientists have, for the first time, observed a nanoscopic wheel rolling over a flat surface.
Spansion announced it is sampling 65 nm-made MirrorBit ORNAND solutions for multimedia wireless handsets and that production is slated for early third fiscal quarter of 2007.
Unit sales of handsets in 2006 increased almost 20%, and will continue with double-digit growth for the next five years, according to In-Stat.
Corsair has pumped up the capacity of its Flash Readout series of USB drives adding 4 GB and 8 GB versions to the line up.
Sharp recently introduced a new 65" LCD monitor (PN-655RU) specifically designed for operation in a portrait mode.
The PCI Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG) that owns and manages PCI specifications, has announced the availability of the PCI Express Base 2.0 specification.
Thermaltake has launched its new Spirit RS RAM cooler with heatpipe. The Spirit RS heatsink is separated into two parts for improved performance and compatibility.
The backers of the One Laptop Per Child project are looking at the possibility of selling the machine to the public.
Microsoft today issued free software updates to plug at least 10 security holes in its Windows operating system and other software.
NEC Display Solutions of America recently announced the extension of its MultiSync 90-series with a 24" (LCD2490WUXi) and 26" (LCD2690WUXi) widescreen LCD monitors.