Crazy stockmarket valuations of internet companies makes the headlines again this week with the FT warning that the "crash will come". The firm that brought you the wind up radio, is working on a handful of other wind up devices, DVD hardware and software is finally selling in sufficient volumes to go mainstream in '99, David Hewson loves his new graphics card, and the mobile phone is soon to be heard ringing and annoying the hell out of people on London Underground tube trains.
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S3 is doffing its cap to European software developers by opening a developer relations office in London. The graphics and audio chip maker said that the office will be a means of technical and marketing assistance for coders.
PCDN this week caught up with S3 president and CEO Gary Johnson on a flying visit to London. Already the distant leader in supply PC graphics accelerators, Johnson was back in his native country to talk about what he sees as a paradigm shift in video on PCs, based on an alliance with Faroudja Technologies.
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