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2007-08-14 Toshiba recalls more fire-hazard Sony batteries
Due to the continued reports of overheating batteries, Toshiba has issued another round of recalls for Sony notebook batteries that are said to be fire hazard.
2002-04-11 Toshiba 60GB HDD has 9.5mm profile
The MK6021GAS 60GB, 2.5-inch HDD from Toshiba Corp. features a 9.5mm profile, while providing an areal density of 48.8Gb/inch?2, and is targeted towards storage of files in portable PCs and servers.
2002-08-02 Toshiba 2.5-inch HDD rotates at 5,400rpm
Toshiba Corp. has introduced the MK6022GAX 2.5-inch HDD with a 60GB capacity and a 5,400rpm rotational speed.
2003-01-31 Thinking Electronics varistors target portable apps
The TVM0AXXX series of surface-mount varistors come in 0402 sizes and is capable of providing ESD protection to mobile phones.
2008-12-15 The inspiration behind netbooks
Suddenly, Netbooks are all the rage. Turns out the UMPC (ultramobile) form factors were a bit too small and too expensive to make a mass market, but the Netbook is JUST RIGHT.
2002-07-01 Synaptics touchpad module integrates AuthenTec fingerprint sensor
Synaptics Inc. has introduced its Fingerprint TouchPad product, which integrates the company's TouchPad interface device with AuthenTec Inc.'s EntrePad AES3500 fingerprint sensor.
2003-02-12 Sunon cooling fan measures 6-by-6mm
Sunonwealth Electric Machine Ind. Co. Ltd has announced the availability of its Mighty Mini Fan cooling fan that measures 6-by-6mm.
2003-05-15 STMicro equips MPC notebooks with fingerprint protection
STMicroelectronics has announced that its is equipping MPC Computers' TransPort T2100 and T200 notebook PCs with their TouchChip fingerprint BIOS.
2015-10-07 SSD boosts performance for high-end PCs, workstations
The 950 PRO SSD is Samsung's first consumer-ready non-volatile memory express (NVMe) M.2 form factor SSD with V-NAND technology supporting the PCIe 3.0 interface.
2006-10-25 Sony recalls batteries for Vaio notebook
Sony issued a recall of batteries for its Vaio notebook computers last week. The company revealed that the total number of its Li-ion batteries to be recalled has reached 9.6 million units.
2007-07-23 Sony in new power pack recall
More Toshiba laptop computer owners have been asked to trade in their batteries for new ones in Sony's latest power pack recall.
2008-09-08 Sony deals again with burn hazard laptops
Sony is once again facing recall, this time its own Vaio laptops.
2007-06-21 Sony battery fire prompts Toshiba to up recall efforts
A legacy Sony battery pack caught fire last month and another incident happened in April, PC maker Toshiba.
2003-01-23 Siliconix LDO regulator offers 150mV dropout
The Si9185 500mA CMOS LDO regulator features a dropout voltage of 150mV and is packaged in a 3-by-2mm MLP33 PowerPAK package.
2011-02-23 Security microchip self destructs
Xelltec's patent-pending microchip allows users to copy data from a stolen laptop, smart phone, or other mobile device to a server, then destroy the data and disable the device.
2003-05-06 Samsung selects Agere's networking chips
Samsung Corp. has chosen Agere Systems' WaveLAN wireless networking chips for use in selected current and next-generation laptop computers.
2005-11-09 Samsung readies long lasting fuel cells
Samsung SDI Co. has developed a prototype fuel cell for use in laptops that it claims lasts almost twice as long as other systems being readied
2003-03-25 PVI SXGA LCD module fits notebook PCs
The 10.4-inch PD104SL2 graphics LCD module of Prime View International is designed for use in notebook PCs and display terminals.
2002-07-24 Philips multiplexed EEPROMs target I2C, SMBus apps
Royal Philips Electronics has introduced a family of multiplexed EEPROMs that target I2C and SMBus applications.
2006-06-08 PCI Express Bridge takes TV to laptops
Philips's new chip supports four digital streams, allowing PC-TV viewers to simultaneously watch, record and preview TV images.
2015-04-21 PC-peak is history: Industry preps for further decline
The reluctance by the PC user base to upgrade to new OS and hardware hurt the industry big time, and to make matters worse, market analysts say that PC companies should buckle up for more roadblocks.
2006-09-06 Option to supply wireless modules to Samsung
Option N.V. announced that it will supply its GTM351E embedded wireless module to Samsung Electronics. Samsung will integrate the modules in notebooks and Ultra-Mobile PCs.
2008-05-22 OLPC resumes 'Give One Get One' program
OLPC is resuming its 'Give One Get One' program, in which consumers will buy for $400 a rugged green-and-white computer and donate a second one to a child in a developing country, reported the Associated Press.
2008-04-28 OLPC loses another executive
The OLPC project has lost another key person as the foundation overhauls it operations and welcomes Microsoft's Windows OS, according to an Associated Press report.
2010-07-15 NFC module secures Lenovo laptops
Lenovo has adopted a NFC reader/writer module developed by NXP Semiconductors and Toppan Forms into three of its Thinkpad laptop models.
2004-12-31 Netgear adapter handles dual 108Mb wireless streams
Netgear released a Wi-Fi USB 2.0 adapter for laptops and PCs last week (Dec. 22) that can simultaneously handle two 108Mb streams.
2009-09-17 Netbooks push laptops to up battery life
Netbooks shook the computing arena as they cost a couple of hundred dollars less than laptops, offered lower performance, as they were supposed to, but offered better battery life.
2002-08-28 National module receives v1.1 Bluetooth certification
National Semiconductor Corp.'s LMX9814 Bluetooth WPAN module, LMX9814, has received v1.1 certification from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group.
2005-01-25 Nanosys signs to support Sharp in fuel cell project
Nanosys Inc., the nanotechnology startup forced to call off an IPO in 2004, has agreed to develop nanotechnology-enabled fuel cells with Sharp Corp.
2008-11-17 MIDs promise dignity
Jeff Bier admits being a 'Laptop Power Nomad.' And he believes that Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs), which have longer battery lives, will offer what laptops don'tconvenience and dignity.
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