TOKYO -- June 24, 2004 --Underscoring its commitment to mobile computing customers, AMD (NYSE: AMD) announced today that it has opened an engineering laboratory housed in AMD Japan's Tokyo headquarters. The AMD Japan Engineering Laboratory plans to hire 15 to 20 engineers over the next 12 to 18 months. The new lab is expected to contribute to AMD's mobile processor platform design activities to achieve an expanded presence in thin and light notebook PCs, as well as consumer electronics and communication devices that require extremely low power.
Subject: Mobile | May 19, 2004 - 06:45 AM | Kristie Goldin
Yep, you guessed it! A Watch you can store files in. :)
The USB Memory Watch takes a logical step into combining these very handy devices and your own jewelry, in this case an item of jewelry you don't often, if ever, take off.
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Subject: Mobile | April 29, 2004 - 03:42 PM | Drew Poland
Two of the most worthy and reasonably priced handhelds I've seen in awhile. The Zire 72 is incredibly feature packed for its competitive price.
PalmOne unveiled two new handheld devices in its popular Zire line on Wednesday, the Zire 31 and Zire 72.
Subject: Mobile | April 27, 2004 - 01:59 PM | Drew Poland
This is great news for Digital Photographers that carry a iPod, I'ts time to ditch that bulky storage wallet. Now you can listen to your tunes and backup your images with this Digital Camera Link from Belkin.
Belkin has released the Digital Camera Link for the Apple iPod portable media player. It simply connects with a USB cable to PTP-compliant digital cameras.
Subject: Mobile | March 30, 2004 - 06:03 AM | Kristie Goldin
The soft-shell mobile phone is flexible and can wrap around the users arm.
eMachines was the first to release a notebook based on the Athlon 64 Mobile processor, and they made it a powerful one at that. With a price tag that should make other manufacturers blush.
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