Technology News Archive - August 25, 2008
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Aug. 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- South Bend-area residents now have a new -- and better -- choice for their television and communications services. AT&T Inc.
By Chandra Devi; Siti Syameen Md Khalili NOKIA will unveil tomorrow the N96, which it claims is an all-in- one device that signifies the future of mobile handsets. Both the hardware and software onboard the new model have been optimised for Internet browsing, video, music, photo and gaming.
By Izwan Ismail INTEL Malaysia is one of a growing number of companies that are jumping onto the blogging bandwagon to deliver its messages to the masses.
By Siti Syameen Md Khalili A NEW Internet phone service that offers savings on local and international calls and messaging will be made available next month. Called Flippo, it is targeted at prepaid users, youths and jetsetters and will be made accessible through any Internet-enabled device.
Trulia.com, the best place to start a real estate search, today announced the launch of innovative new features that will provide users with a personalized real-time local news feed, allow for house hunting on the go and give agents, home owners and house hunters an opportunity to blog about their real estate experiences to 5 million monthly users.
By Dick Tan WHEN onkyo released the HDMI 1.3-equipped TX-SR605 audio-visual (AV) receiver early last year, it got plenty of recognition for excellence in performance engineering at a price level unheard of before.
China's leaders would have the world believe that the country is just one big happy place where none of the 1.3 billion citizens ever complains. The reality is altogether different, and only the heavy hand of repression has kept the real picture from emerging.
By Chandler, Diana A cup of java with Wi-Fi service on the side is becoming standard fare at coffeehouses throughout the metro area.
By Hagadone, Zach Nampa-based PC-maker MPC Computers unveiled its new TXTbook computer today, a light-weight, low-cost notebook geared toward the K-6 education market.
By Nall, Jennifer Darryl d'Aquin President, CommTech Industries In the business community, New Orleans is a PC- and Microsoft- based market. In the creative and educational communities, Mac has a stronger influence.