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Digital video recording study from ABI Research

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-13 01:38:00
Digital video recording study from ABI Research : Network-based personal video recording (nPVR) stands as a technology that could radically change pricing metrics, advertising, and content distribution on video networks. Once the technology is proven and content providers sign on, according to a new study from ABI Research, nPVR will help to fuel the overall digital video recording (DVR) market, which will grow from about 20 million subscribers last year to more than 250 million in 2011. “nPVR offers substantial benefits to service providers in terms of cost.” says principal analyst Michael Arden. “But nPVR has to prove that its technology is as good as client-side DVR boxes, and it raises serious issues with some content providers.


Nikon Capture NX eBook

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-13 01:30:00
Nikon Capture NX eBook : The Photographer's Guide to Capture NX is a new eBook by photographer Jason P. Odell. At over 180 pages, this comprehensive guide is a must-have companion for Nikon digital users who wish to use the latest version of Nikon Capture software, Capture NX software. The Capture NX software eBook, a fully illustrated, bookmarked and indexed PDF document, is now available from Luminescence of Nature Photography at the luminescent photo website and includes a suite of Capture NX settings files and the actual RAW files from the book. With Nikon's recent release of their full-featured raw processor and image editor, Nikon Capture NX, Nikon DSLR owners gained an exciting new workflow option.


Toshiba Dynastron CMOS image sensor

Ralf Jurrien : 2006-10-13 00:37:00
Toshiba Dynastron CMOS image sensor : Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. today announced the further expansion of its industry-leading Dynastron complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image-sensor product line with the addition of two new chips, the 3.2 megapixel ET8EE6-AS CMOS image sensor and 2.0 megapixel ET8EF2-AS CMOS image sensor SoC with integrated image-signal processor (ISP). With a pixel pitch of just 2.2 microns, a significant advance in cell-size miniaturization compared to the 2.7-micron pixel pitch of previous 2- and 3.2-megapixel products, they enable development of smaller, space-saving camera modules for cellular phones and other camera-enabled mobile devices.


Braggone Luxone enable higher Flat Panel performance

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-11 02:13:00
Braggone Luxone enable higher Flat Panel performance : Optoelectronic materials supplier Braggone announced today a new product line that will enable end-user manufacturers of flat panel displays to cost effectively tune their newest product models to significantly better levels of quality and performance. Braggone’s patented, novel nano-manipulation platform of optical and electrical coatings and nano-structures can be implemented directly into flat panel TVs and mobile communication device screens for brighter displays and less power consumption. Braggone’s new material product line, Luxone, is an enabler of next generation displays and flexible optoelectronic devices. These products can be utilized as optoelectronic components.


GPS mobile phone study by ABI Research

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-11 02:11:00
GPS mobile phone study by ABI Research : GPS in the GSM mobile phone has always seemed to be a year away. But 2007 may be the year that it finally arrives, and 25% of WCDMA handsets will offer GPS by the end of 2008, according to a new study from ABI Research. There are four important reasons for this, says principal analyst Alan Varghese. "The first factor inducing vendors to include GPS is regulatory. The second is competition: the CDMA carriers who have had GPS integrated in their handsets since 2002 have been turning on Location Based Services over the past year. A third is economic: carriers continue to look for ways to increase data ARPU and recoup some of their high licensing costs for 3G spectrum.


Nokia supports Vodafone HSDPA launch in New Zealand

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-11 02:10:00
Nokia supports Vodafone HSDPA launch in New Zealand : World leading HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) technology from Nokia is powering Vodafone's 3G Broadband network in New Zealand. 3G Broadband gives Vodafone's customers an innovative mobile alternative to fixed broadband so they can stay connected to their email and the Internet whilst having the freedom and convenience to move around the house, the city and even the world. Vodafone New Zealand's 3G Broadband network will initially offer speeds of up to 3.6Mbps in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. The commercial launch of the service follows an extensive trial of the solution and close cooperation between Vodafone and Nokia in New Zealand.


Nokia and Plan cooperate for Africa

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-11 00:15:00
Nokia and Plan cooperate for Africa : Nokia and international children's organisation, Plan, have joined forces to use modern communications technologies in Africa to raise children's awareness of their rights and opportunities. Nokia has provided an initial donation of 1 million Euros for 2006. The first stage of this new joint effort will see Nokia focus on supporting Plan's existing media and communications technology projects for Africa's children and youth. “We believe that we can have a positive impact through mobile technology as it is used to enable young people to realise their full potential. The aim of our cooperation with Plan is to fight poverty by empowering African youth and giving them a voice through technology.”


Sony Vaio C series slim notebook

Ralf Jurrien : 2006-10-11 00:10:00
Sony Vaio C series slim notebook : Sony Electronics took the wraps off a new line of slim notebooks in five hip colors. With slick lines, the Vaio C Series notebook line is a functional fashion statement merging portability, power and style. Just like clothing styles, the Vaio C Series reflects individuality with such color offerings for the casing as seashell white, blush pink, spring green, espresso black and urban gray. Complementary colors frame the touchpad of the unit and accentuate the casings, while a dimpled texture adorns the palm rest of the PC. The Vaio C model also has plenty of power for high-speed computing and an energy-efficient battery life so you can enjoy games, music and movies longer - while away from home.






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