Sunday, January 6, 2008

Technology



Bloomberg - Jan. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Toshiba Corp. shares fell to a nine- month low in Tokyo after Time Warner Inc., the world's largest publisher of DVD titles, abandoned the Japanese company's HD DVD format to adopt Sony Corp.'s Blu-ray Technology. Time Warner's ... Toshiba Falls After Warner Backs Sony\'s Blu-Ray DVD Technology

MSN MoneyCentral - Atheros' Momentum Continues from Its Wi-Fi Origins to Ethernet, Bluetooth and GPS to Address the Convergence of Networking, Computing and Entertainment LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CES Conference -- Atheros Communications, Inc. ATHR ... CES 2008: Atheros Demonstrates Expanded Technology Portfolio to ...

Boston Globe - PHILADELPHIAĆ¢€” Facing pressure from regulators, the cable TV industry plans to make good on a promise to standardize its Technology and open the door to televisions and other gadgets that don't need cable boxes to receive video-on-demand programs ... Comcast: Cable to standardize Technology

CNBC - LAS VEGAS - U.S. TV broadcasters will be ready to start transmitting signals for portable electronics like cell phones next year, the developers of the Technology, LG Electronics Inc. and Harris Corp., said Sunday. The Technology represents a chance ... LG Electronics to supply broadcasters with mobile TV Technology ...

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