Electronic Hobby Project
Pioneer creates iTunes, YouTube rival (The Register)
Web-based telly A Pioneer-created TV service will soon enter public testing and allow consumers to download unlimited numbers of TV shows for a monthly fee.?
Kindle Versus The iPhone (Forbes)
Amazon.com?s e-book gizmo may not have a chance.
The Linux-based Archos 604 (OS News)
Geeks.com sent us in one of their consumer electronics , the Linux-based Archos 604 PMP for a whirl, and we surely gave it one. This 30 GB PMP is the fourth generation video product from Archos, one of the biggest names in that market.
CEVA and ROHM Partner for Bluetooth 2.0+EDR Reference Design Platform (FinanzNachrichten)
SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CEVA, ( Nachrichten ) Inc. [; ], a leading licensor of silicon intellectual property (SIP) platform solutions and DSP cores for mobile, consumer electronics and storage applications, today announced a collaboration with ROHM Co., (
Fry's Electronics To Carry PC-BSD 1.4 (New Mobile Computing)
"iXsystems announced today a distribution agreement with Fry's Electronics whereby all Fry's stores nationwide will carry PC-BSD Version 1.4, Da Vinci Edition. The agreement marks the first time that the PC-BSD operating system is made available for purchase at Fry's Electronics.
Pioneer-SpinOff SyncTV Tries A La Carte Online Channel Subscriptions And Downloads (paidContent.org via Yahoo! Finance)
SyncTV is a new company spun off from electronics company Pioneer, and is says it is trying a slightly novel tactic: it is offering a la carte channels to subscribe to, for online viewing.
CEVA and ROHM Partner for Bluetooth 2.0+EDR Reference Design Platform (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
CEVA, Inc. [; ], a leading licensor of silicon intellectual property platform solutions and DSP cores for mobile, consumer electronics and storage applications, today announced a collaboration with ROHM Co., Ltd. to offer a complete reference design platform for Bluetooth 2.0+EDR.
Asian Markets Close Lower (Nasdaq)
(RTTNews) - Major stock markets across the Asia-Pacific region closed in the negative territory on Monday. Australian market gained, tracking the positive lead from Wall Street, but New Zealand market closed flat on the back of disappointing earnings reported by Rakon and Infartil.
Thai group to build petrochemical complex in VN (Vietnam Net)
VietNamNet Bridge - Siam Cement Group (SCG) announced yesterday it would invest US$3.7 billion into the Petrochemical Complex Project in Long Son, situated in the southern coastal province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau.
SyncTV tries to sell subscription TV content (CNET)
Unlimited DVD-quality downloads for Mac, PC, and Linux, with TVs and portable devices on the horizon.