David Berlind

David Berlind was fomerly the executive editor of ZDNet. David holds a BBA in Computer Information Systems. Prior to becoming a tech journalist in 1991, David was an IT manager.</p>

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CES: Motorola's Razr beats LG's vx8600 in personal cell phone showdown

CES: Motorola's Razr beats LG's vx8600 in personal cell phone showdown

For a while now, I've been meaning to write about a recent "sales" experience that I had in a Verizon Wireless phone store where I was very much torn between LG's vx8600 and Motorola's Razr. Verizon Wireless was only going to charge me about $20 more for the LG phone than for the Razr and the LG phone is a bit different, cooler looking (to me), and offers something that the Razr doesn't: support for Bluetooth's wireless stereo headset profile.

published January 7, 2007 by

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RFID: Coming to your products and passports real soon

RFID: Coming to your products and passports real soon

Like it or not, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technologies will one day be a part of our everyday lives. From the products we buy off the shelves at the local grocer to the cars we drive to the passports we carry, RFID technology is slowly but surely penetrating many aspects of our business and personal lives.

published December 22, 2006 by

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Dead-Finger Tech: Sean says the Blackberry Pearl is the best ever but Bret has ideas for RIM

Dead-Finger Tech: Sean says the Blackberry Pearl is the best ever but Bret has ideas for RIM

Shortly before having to turn my attention to personal business (after arriving in NYC today), I grabbed a cup of coffee with Sean Mills of Bite Public Relations (pictured left). He does PR for the Opteron folks at AMD and we talked a bit about performance-per-watt benchmarking which is going to be a big theme going into 2007 as both server manufacturers and chip vendors look to prove that their servers (and the chips in them) are "greener" than the next guy's.

published December 19, 2006 by

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