Stories by Paul Kallender

  • US court grants AMD document retention request

    The US District Court for the District of Delaware has granted a request by Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) that documents be preserved for use as evidence as the company pursues its antitrust litigation against Intel, AMD said Monday.

  • NTT DoCoMo hits 1Gbps in 4G field trials

    NTT DoCoMo, Japan's biggest mobile communications carrier, has successfully tested 1G-bps (bits per second) transmission speeds using 4G (fourth-generation) technology in outdoor experiments, taking 4G a step nearer to use in mobile phones, the company said Friday.

  • JVC to sell 30G-byte HDD camcorders in October

    Victor Co. of Japan (JVC) will start selling Everio G series palm-size camcorders in Australia this October. The camcorders contain hard-disk drives with huge capacity boosts compared to the company's prior models, promising consumers very long recording times, the company said on Wednesday.

  • Write-once HD-DVDs due in shops early next year

    Volume production of a write-once HD-DVD-R disc that can store 15G-bytes of data will begin in the first half of next year, about the same time that HD-DVD recorders and PC drives will become available, Toshiba and two optical disc makers said at a news conference Wednesday.

  • Seagate ships 120GB notebook hard drives

    Seagate will start shipping a new range of 2.5-inch hard-disk drives for the notebook PC market this month. The range contains a number of industry firsts that promise consumers a combination of better performance and storage capacity compared to the company's existing models, it said.

  • Japanese broadcaster unveils tomorrow's TVs

    Japan's public broadcaster showed off some bleeding-edge display technologies on Thursday that could one day lead to flexible TVs that roll up and slip in the pocket, and to smaller high resolution plasma displays than are available today.