Time Warner Inc. will unveil a new high-definition DVD next week, dubbed Total HD, which could end the battle between two next-generation videodisc technologies.
SanDisk Releases 32GB Flash Drive
SanDisk has launched a 32GB solid-state drive using flash memory chips, intended as a replacement for conventional hard disk drives.
Adobe to Bring Premiere Pro to Intel Macs
Adobe Systems said that it will release its Premiere Pro video editing software on Intel-based Macs by the middle of this year.
Fuji Introduces New Digital Point-and-Shoots
The company announced the addition of four point-and-shoot digital cameras, three under--$300 models, and a pricier, niche superzoom camera.
Samsung Unveils Double-Sided LCD Display
Samsung is coming out with a new double-sided, mobile LCD panel that is designed to show either a set of the same images or two entirely different pictures on the front and back of the same screen.
Technology Helps Hollywood Control Burning
Sonic Solutions has come up with a way to help Hollywood studios and other providers of video content distribute their movies over the Internet without fear of rampant, illegal DVD burning.
Amazon Pushes Service After Google Drops
Amazon's Askville.com site, like others in the online answer service niche, allows visitors to post questions to be answered by other users.