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palmOne Road Warrior Promotion

Good news for professionals who are on the move, and demand a best-in-class wireless handheld that offers smooth, effortless communication! palmOne today announced its Road Warrior promotion, where customers in Singapore who purchase a palmOne(tm) Tungsten(tm) T3 handheld from 29 April 2004 to 31st May 2004 will get a wireless, foldable keyboard for only

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Stretch Software-Configurable CPUs

Stretch today announced the S5000 family of software-configurable processors-the first to embed powerful programmable logic within an off-the-shelf processor-and a comprehensive suite of development tools that enable developers to automatically configure and optimize the processor using only their C/C++ code. Stretch's software-configurable processors can be tailored quickly and easily to

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HP Unveils Efficeon Powered Blade PC

Transmeta announced that its high performance, energy efficient Efficeon(TM) processor is now available in the HP Blade PC bc1000 as part of the HP Consolidated Client Infrastructure (CCI) architecture. Built on revolutionary and proven hardware/software architecture, the Efficeon processor is an intelligent, sensible alternative to competitive offerings. Efficeon offers freedom of choice for those seeking

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TSMC Reworking Low-K Process

In the last few months, TSMC has battled reliability issues in the back end of the line because of differences in the way low-k materials expand during thermal stress, some clients' chips failed high-temperature tests. Low-k dielectrics deliver about a 10 percent performance improvement over fluorinated silicate glass, the more

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Samsung Next Gen. Flat Panel Display

Samsung SDI has developed a next-generation flat panel display, which can be used for internal screens of dual-display cell phones, for the first time in the world. Samsung manufactured an organic light emitting device (OLED), specific for main displays of handsets. Samsung's new 65,000-color product, however, broke through the technical limitations by extending its

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AMD Opteron Celebrates Its First Anniversary

AMD today celebrates the one-year anniversary of the AMD Opteron(TM) processor, which transformed the enterprise with groundbreaking architecture, world-class 32-bit performance and an ecosystem committed to the development of an industry-standard 64-bit solution. One year ago, AMD introduced the AMD Opteron(TM) processor, the world's first 32-bit and 64-bit processor compatible

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Transcend Dual Channel DDR400 Package

Transcend released Dual-Channel DDR400 and DDR333 memory kit retail packages, in capacities of 256MB, 512MB, 1GB and 2GB. The new Dual-Channel DDR400 and DDR333 memory kits which utilize high quality memory chips comes with a pair of modules had been verified in the dual-channel environment and had been proved through testing to make sure

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Futuremark Smartphone Benchmark Info

This is the level of real-time 3D rendering you can expect from the future smartphones with hardware accelerated graphics. The benchmark will be released sometime in Q2 2004. The requirements for this benchmark to run are: a mobile phone with Symbian OS 6 or 7, and either Series60 or UIQ. Some of you might

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OCZ PC-3700 EB Platinum Series

OCZ today announced the release of PC-3700 Enhanced Bandwidth DDR memory in single module and dual channel kit configurations. Each PC-3700 module and Dual Channel kit features an integrated copper platinum-layer heatspreader to aid in heat dissipation and are rated for CL3-3-2-8(read: CAS-tRCD-tRP-TRAS) latencies at 2.8 volts. Under many conditions,

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90nm Opteron Enhancements

- AMD has begun using a 90-nm SOI manufacturing process at its Fab30 in Dresden, Germany - 90-nm AMD64 is in active pilot mode in Fab 30 and prototype parts are running in systems. - 90-nm process would come in with all the advanced features acquired during previous generations; including copper interconnect, a Black Diamond

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Samsung Ramping 256MBit GDDR3

Samsung is the world's first semiconductor company to mass produce 256-megabit DDR3 DRAM chip that has data processing speed of 1.4-gigabit per second. The new memory chip's graphic display performance has been improved by 40 percent compared with previous DDR DRAMs, thus they support much more realistic multimedia graphics. The

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