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MegaAccy M2000

The MegaAccy M2000 is a lightweight, affordable, and secure-fitting headset, but call quality was simply average.

By June 19, 2007

3 stars Editors' rating June 19, 2007

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Shuttle M2000

The Shuttle M2000 is a great-looking living-room system that handles media tasks easily, but its stripped-down specs keep it from doing double duty as your main PC.

By May 4, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating May 4, 2006

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CTIA 2009 wrap-up

CNET brings you the highs and lows of CTIA 2009.

By April 6, 2009


Kyocera shows off G2Go (X-tc) and Laylo phones

The phone maker offers two new cell phones at CTIA. The G2GO, aka the X-tc for Virgin Mobile, has a keyboard, while the Laylo centers on making calls.

By April 1, 2009


Samsung Innov8 for North America clears FCC

Crave gives you the details on recent cell phone filings with the FCC.

By January 2, 2009


HP recalls notebook batteries

Following reports from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, HP has announced that it is recalling 16,000 notebook batteries worldwide, which includes 3,768 batteries in the Asia-Pacific region.

By April 20, 2006


More HP notebooks sport AMD chips

Hewlett-Packard aims to fend off Dell by using more of AMD's Turion and Sempron processors in its laptops.

By June 14, 2005


TI boosts Sun's UltraSparc chip

Texas Instruments is making the processors on a more advanced manufacturing process and built prototypes of a major new design, key steps in keeping Sun's products competitive.

By July 17, 2002


Short Take: Mirapoint releases high-end email server

Mirapoint, a seller of special-purpose servers dedicated to handling email, has released a new model with higher-end features, the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company said Wednesday. The new system, the M2000, can be set up in a two-server "cluster" in which one machine can take over if the other fails. The system also comes with Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology for encrypting email and can screen out viruses and spam.

By December 14, 2000