Narrow your search
Increase the capabilities of your phone by connecting it to the computer.
Add ring tones to your phone, whatever the make or model.
Organize media files and watch them on your favorite digital devices.
Play a CD with more than 15 tracks with this NEC IDE CD-ROM driver.
Manage and sync your iTunes music, photos, and videos.
Organize, manage, and share your digital media files.
Apple may be looking to acquire a unit of Renesas Electronics that makes LCD chips for mobile devices, according to a Nikkei report. The deal could be worth close to half a billion dollars.
A company had opposed Apple's ownership of the logo, but the electronics giant was issued the registered trademark yesterday, according to Patently Apple.
TOKYO--Starting in 2010, Japanese electronics giant Toshiba Corp. says it aims to make three million lithium ion vehicle battery cells a month. 'Automotive News' reports.
Taiwanese high-tech manufacturers are bringing water into drought-stricken areas by truck and making plans for water rationing to ensure that the island can continue to make and export semiconductors and flat-panel monitors. Water is a crucial element for many electronics manufacturers, and Hsinchu Industrial Park, home to plants owned by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., United Microelectronics Corp. and other major electronics companies, has received very little rainfall this year. UMC, the world's second-biggest semiconductor foundry, said it needs to bring in 600 truckloads, or 18,000 gallons, of water a day. If the drought doesn't break by April 10, Hsinchu managers will start rationing. Although a small rainstorm could bring slight relief, the monsoon season, which could bring heavy rains, won't begin until late April or May. Staff writer Joseph Chen reported from Taiwan.
Palm has named Gareth C.C. Chang to a newly created seat on its board of directors, the handheld maker said Wednesday. According to Palm, Chang has been a driving force for establishing aerospace and digital technology in Asia. "Gareth brings to Palm an important depth of expertise in technology innovation and marketing to customers internationally, especially Asia," Palm chairman Eric Benhamou said in a statement. Until last year, Chang served as chairman and chief executive of Star TV, a satellite broadcaster in Asia, and served on the board of media giant News Corp. Before joining Star TV, Chang was president of DirecTV, the satellite-television unit of Hughes Electronics, and was president of Hughes International. Previously, Chang worked for 20 years at aerospace giant McDonnell Douglas. Chang currently serves on the advisory council of Nike, on the board of audio technology company SRS Labs, and as executive chairman of the board of Click2Asia, an Internet media company that focuses on Asians globally.