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V-80

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'True Blood' inspires bloodsucking V-Moda V-80 headphones

HBO partnered with V-Moda to release a pair of noise-isolating headphones that features images inspired by the blood-sucking TV show "True Blood."

By June 30, 2011

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Warning: Circulating unauthorized Safari v80 release will not allow downgrade; Uninstall process

Warning: Circulating unauthorized Safari v80 release will not allow downgrade; Uninstall process

By June 10, 2003

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V-Moda's headphone amp is also an iPhone case

The Vamp could liven up your audio with a built-in headphone amplifier and digital-to-analog converter that bypasses the iPhone's audio circuitry.

By June 15, 2012

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A quasi-comprehensive look at open source in 2007: Part 1

A look back at the top stories of 2007 vis-a-vis open source.

By December 27, 2007

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Short Take: Diamond ships 56 kbps modems

Diamond Multimedia Systems shipped its analog modems using Rockwell's 56-kbps technology. The SupraExpress 56i and 56e, priced at $169.95 and $189.95 respectively, will be followed within the next several weeks by Macintosh and speakerphone versions. The modems come bundled with software including VDONet, Microsoft's Internet Explorer, and Netcom's NetComplete with Netscape's Navigator. The modems also feature the V.80 standard for video phone-ready modems.

By March 24, 1997

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Short Take: Diamond ships speakerphone modem

Diamond Multimedia Systems shipped its SupraExpress 336e Sp, a speakerphone modem for the Macintosh. The 33.6-kbps modem, which enables users to talk and share data simultaneously over a single phone line, incorporates ASVD (analog simultaneous voice and data) technology and features V.80 capability for videophone-ready V.34 modems. It will sell for $149 and is expected to be available in February.

By February 3, 1997

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Toshiba, Intel talk MMX

Toshiba and Intel join forces to showcase MMX technology and a mobile videoconferencing package for notebook PCs.

November 14, 1996

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Toshiba, Intel talk MMX

Toshiba and Intel join forces to showcase MMX technology and a mobile videoconferencing package for notebook PCs.

November 14, 1996

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Voice and data share a wire

Consumers now have another, less expensive way to talk and send data at the same time: Analog Simultaneous Voice and Data modems, which will compete with current Digital Simultaneous Voice and Data technology.

October 2, 1996