PHT Corporation will use 1,500 PalmÂ® Treoâ„¢650 smartphones to collect and wirelessly transmit self-reported data from subjects using PHT’s customized LogPadÂ® application in clinical trials across the globe.
Socket Communications will offer wearable bar code scanning products, as a result of demanding hands free scanning solutions.
What happened with the old 15 inch display laptop? The one easy to carry and small enough to keep it in one hand? Well it’s gone… or is almost gone.
AMD will use 100% renewable energy in Austin and will become the largest private green power subscriber in Texas.
NEC Corporation developed a Japanese-English/English-Japanese automatic speech translation software for single-chip multi-core processors for small devices such as mobile phones.
Cisco Systems announced its intention to interconnect all the incompatible radio equipment that is used by the service and emergencies institutions in the United States.
The blade servers from IBM will have a new chassis next year as IBM announced. This tune-up is going to boost the networking features and flexibility of the servers.
The home video division of Warner Bros. Entertainment announced the release of DVD’s in the Blu-ray format.
A new prediction is trying to clear things a bit into the next-generation DVD standard kombat. It looks like Blu-ray may be the winner.
Expert Marc Andreessen beliefs PHP will be more popular than Java for building Web-based applications.
Sun Microsystems and Endeavor Information Systems, an Elsevier Company, will create solutions for managing and preserving cultural and academic assets worldwide.
A stratospheric balloon floating 24.000 metres above the Earth provided a downlink of 1.25 gigabits per second.
U.K plans to introduce a national identity card but Microsoft specialist warns that it’s not a good idea because the risk of the confidential data to be hijacked is increased.
Many laser printers encode the date and time on every page printed as well as their serial numbers as a measure to prevent counterfeiters.
This new technology developed by Intel enables a PC to use an add-in flash memory rather than a hard drive to manipulate data and use applications.
Linux developers intend to make the open source operating system more reliable for mobile devices, by optimizing it to work on less powerful devices.
In spite of being offered by companies for some years in Europe, Broadband Internet is in its early stages on the United States.
Focusing on computer security, HP decided to open a new research laboratory in China later this year complementing existing six others.
Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. has installed the first AquilionTM LB, as a commitment to improve the lives of patients suffering from cancer.
Scientists from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass., have invented a backpack that makes electricity from energy produced while its wearer walks.
Developed under the code-name Paxville, the Xeon processor will be used both by Dell and IBM on their systems.
NEC LCD Technologies, Ltd. will launch three new amorphous silicon TFT LCD modules on the market within the second trimester of 2006.
A toxicologist from the University of Rochester has demonstrated that some nanoscale materials can migrate from the nose into the brain.
Electronic Vision Access Solutions, managed by Jerry Swerdlick, and 15 employees are reselling computers for people with visual disabilities.
Dr. Peter H. Diamandis, founder of the X PRIZE, launched the Rocket Racing League as an aerospace entertainment organization that combines the competition of racing with the excitement of rocketry.