Hitachi America announced at the ConsumerElectronics Show in Las Vegas, which endsTuesday, that it will have a DVD-RAM camcorderon retail shelves by the end of January. According to Hitachi, the DZ-MV100A will be the firstcamcorder on the market that records images onto adigital versatile disc.
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Hitachi America announced at the Consumer Electronics Show that it will have a DVD-RAM camcorder on retail shelves by the end of January.The new device, the DZ-MV100A, will be the first product to record video images on a digital versatile disc.
LAS VEGAS--America Online subscribers may soon hear a less-friendly greeting when they log on: "You've got bills."On Monday, AOL Interactive Service Group president Barry Schuler noted that most of the snail mail people get today is junk or bills.
LAS VEGAS--You basically have two choices when covering a trade show as bloated as the Consumer Electronics Show currently occupying Las Vegas.You can stick to the main trails of the convention floor and see endless variations on the same half-dozen technology themes.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, which opens today in Las Vegas, Compaq (cpq) will show off a stereo jukebox for storing and playing digital music files such as MP3s. Although Compaq isn't the first company to jump on the digital music craze--Dell Computer (dell) and Gateway (gtw) released jukeboxes earlier this year--the Music Center improvises on the theme.
Sony Electronics Inc. seems to be sitting pretty in the midst of a PC downturn, with a long list of gadgets scheduled for release at the Consumer Electronics Show.
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At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Saturday, Microsoft (msft) Chairman Bill Gates will show the first mock-up of the company's Xbox video-game console, due out next fall, and provide the first live demonstration of its technology. Full story to follow.
We gave two staffers $5,000 each (not really) and told them to go crazy. Here's how the spent the money -- or would have, that is.
LAS VEGAS -- Scott McNealy inadvertently found himself giving witness to that old saying -- or a variation thereof: People who live in digital homes shouldn't throw stones. During his keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show here, the CEO of Sun Microsystems Inc.