With all the talk of WiMax and Ultra Wide Band being the future of high speed wireless communications, a gaggle of Israeli geeks take a more natural approach.
Archive for April, 2005
Sony have produced a portable games console which on its own merit is going to sell a lot of units.
Toshiba adds quantum cryptography to the transmission of Video and Voice over IP (VoIP) to secure content.
Banish component clutter and spaghetti wiring with Sony’s excellent digital TV-enabled DVD recorder.
Yahoo bolts on more features to its “My Web” service, claiming to be “better than bookmarks”.
BT Rich Media and Sportfive make 2006 Football WorldCup qualifiers available through the Internet.
The long awaited and long overdue Treo 650 is ‘formally launched’ in the UK. Kinda-Sorta.
Nokia looks to take on the mighty iPod with their latest “Nseries” multimedia handsets, including the N91 with a 4Gb drive on-board.
It’s taking longer than an arthritic sloth to arrive, but Microsoft promises a late 2006 release for its next big release of Windows, Longhorn OS.
Real gets chumsy with Microsoft and targets iTunes and Napster with three new versions of Rhapsody including a To Go service for portable players.