David Kidd

Recent articles by David Kidd

Sony updates VAIO and aims for handheld market

Sony updates VAIO and aims for handheld market

Sony has taken the next step into IT/AV convergence with the unveiling of several prototype multimedia products the vendor says will take its premium VAIO brand beyond the PC and into the hands of consumers – literally.
David Kidd , Sarah Stokely Jun 2 2004, 12:00AM Hardware
Techontap launches IP service business

Techontap launches IP service business

New business service provider, Techontap, has launched a managed, IP-based communications service targeted at large SME's and small corporates. The new service offers pay-per-user billing, VoIP, remote PBX hosting, unified communications and managed security.
David Kidd Mar 26 2004, 12:00AM Collaboration
Future trends for mobile phones

Future trends for mobile phones

Analyst group AMR Interactive has predicted that future mobile phone technologies will focus on fixed-to-mobile substitutions, simple data content, RFID integration and an increasing role of phone cameras.
David Kidd Mar 23 2004, 12:00AM Mobility
Eight cent phone calls challenge Telstra's 'milk cow'

Eight cent phone calls challenge Telstra's 'milk cow'

Comindico announced the roll out of a nationwide internet telephony service offering eight cent local calls, six cent per minute national calls and 23.3 cent per minute mobile calls.
David Kidd Feb 27 2004, 12:00AM Mobility
Mitsubishi announces upcoming name change

Mitsubishi announces upcoming name change

Mitsubishi Electric Australia has announced a name change to its IT product portfolio. The original four divisions, currently known as Diamond View, Diamond Voice, Diamond Data and Touch will now fall under the same banner, Diamond Digital.
Staff Writers , David Kidd Jan 29 2004, 12:00AM Hardware
Intel takes the high road

Intel takes the high road

Intel has announced a new method of creating transistor materials which reportedly allows for cooler and more efficient processors.
David Kidd Nov 6 2003, 12:00AM Hardware
No more copper: Gelsinger

No more copper: Gelsinger

Intel’s chief technology officer Pat Gelsinger has pointed to key areas that will enable the penetration and technological advancement of wireless technology in the next few years.
Staff Writers , David Kidd Sep 19 2003, 12:00AM Hardware
Intel reinvents CPU tech for the mobile market

Intel reinvents CPU tech for the mobile market

Intel has taken the wraps off its new line of mobile phone technology, which allows better gaming performance, power saving and digital imaging capability.
David Kidd Sep 18 2003, 12:00AM Mobility
One radio fits all

One radio fits all

Intel plans to look towards new wireless network architectures which allow multiple frequency bands, including BlueTooth, Wi-Fi and the new WiMax to be converged seamlessly on a single chip.
David Kidd , Staff Writers Sep 17 2003, 12:00AM Collaboration
Intel gets extreme

Intel gets extreme

Intel has announced a new gamer-focused Pentium 4 processor, in an attempt to capture the high-end desktop consumer market.
David Kidd , Staff Writers Sep 17 2003, 12:00AM Hardware

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