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Premium-Inhalt. Fujitsu plans to end production of read/write heads for hard-disk drives as part of a wider review of its HDD business, it said Tuesday.
Premium-Inhalt. "It would take an act of Congress" to postpone the digital TV transition, said a board member of the DTV Transition coalition earlier this month--before Congress began considering . And now, that's exactly how this saga is playing out.
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Premium-Inhalt. Texas Instruments on Monday said it was reducing its headcount by 3,400 as it gears up for a period of "prolonged" economic weakness.
Premium-Inhalt. No, we're not joking. The (H.R. 414) is the real deal. Fresh off the legislative desk of New York Representative Peter King (R), the bill--currently cosponsored by goose egg--would require an audible tone to accompany all cellular phones with an installed camera that are created in the U.S. This tone, likely a clicking noise of some sort, would sound, "within a reasonable radius of the phone whenever a photograph is taken with the camera in such phone." And don't think that evildoers would be able to conceal their predatory ways by flicking an -style audio toggle switch. Any mobile phones built after the bill becomes a law would be prohibited from including any way to eliminate or reduce the volume of said noise.
Premium-Inhalt. Advanced Micro Devices on Monday said it has no replacement planned for the aging Geode low-power chip, creating uncertainty for its use in products like future XO laptops made by One Laptop Per Child.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple on Monday afternoon released , which according to the release notes is designed to improve cursor movement (reducing jumpy or erratic movement) when using Apple's US$99 with the latest MacBook Air, MacBook, or MacBook Pro.
Premium-Inhalt. Everyone has a different system for keeping their home networks secure. And by "secure" I mean "safe from cheapskate neighbors looking to poach some free Internet."
Premium-Inhalt. President Barack Obama isn't the only U.S. federal government employee who . Across the federal market, information workers are asking for mobile devices such as smart phones and laptops with wireless data cards so they can access e-mail and other Internet services while they are on the go.
Premium-Inhalt. The tech-savvy Obama White House is suffering the inconvenience and embarrassment of an e-mail crash that has lasted several hours Monday afternoon, according to published reports.
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Premium-Inhalt. is the game that keeps on giving. knew this from the start, and they'd like nothing more than to share with you their latest LBP level type: . While these have been popping up here and there in the community, Media Molecule, in a recent video post on the Playstation Blog provide a comprehensive guide to making the best challenges possible.
Premium-Inhalt. is now available to download and play exclusively on the Xbox 360 and PC for 800 . Once the Operation Anchorage DLC is downloaded, look for the "Operation Distress Signal" to find the new content. : Operation Anchorage is a virtual reality military simulation that focuses on a pivotal event before the Great War took place in Alaska. Operation Anchorage contains several new quests, new items, a new perk, and four new achievements to unlock.
Premium-Inhalt. A European court on Tuesday rejected a request from Intel to postpone a deadline in the European Commission's antitrust proceedings against the company.