There’s been some discussion over the last year or so about Solid State Drives (SSD) becoming a serious competitor to ‘normal’, moving hard drives. One of the barriers to serious and wide uptake has been the relatively limited capacity of the SSDs.
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The slimmer shape brings boosted sales figures, but Sony still lags behind the DS Lite.
3G is a bit old hat in Japan. It’s been available commercially there since 2001 thanks to the dominant mobile provider there, NTT DoCoMo. On Friday, NTT DoCoMo started talking to the world about where they see the standard evolving to. Named in an almost 1970s tribute – Super 3G, has a anticipated maximum download [...]
The Wii is thrashing all competitors in Japan – by a growing amount.
What is going on with Sony? Now tiddler Nintendo has had a higher stockmarket valuation than Sony!
Our wallet is twitching and we’re feeling the love already for Ricoh’s fascinating new compact.
Popular media players slim down, but where’s the big capacities?
Sweatband totin’ runners can kiss goodbye to trotting around with book-sized GPS devices on their wrists.
Go gloriously retro and enjoy the smoothness of a valve amplifier – if you can hear the difference.