Japan's J-Phone said on Wednesday it would launch the world's first camera phones with resolution of more than a million pixels the following day, outpacing rivals NTT DoCoMo and KDDI.
J-Phone, a Japanese unit of Britain's Vodafone Group Plc, said it will initially dispatch only 300 units of the megapixel phones, manufactured by Sharp Corp, for sale at four outlets in Tokyo and surrounding areas.
Source: ZDNet UK
Security company NetBotz has launched a Linux-based datacentre monitoring device with a video camera and environmental sensors
Network-connected physical security maker NetBotz has launched a Linux-based appliance with built-in video camera, motion detector and environmental sensors that allow IT managers to monitor activity, humidity and temperature within their datacentres.
Source: Yahoo! News
For video game hardware geeks, the sorts of people who put neon lights and see-through windows in their computer cases to stylize their systems, it is one of the ultimate questions: Nvidia or ATI?
The question is more pressing than ever now that gamers are months away from the release of "Doom III," one of the most hotly-anticipated games of all time and the latest creation of John Carmack, the legendary id Software game designer whose work has forced the hands of graphics companies.
Firms looking for a way to secure sensitive information on staff laptops may be interested in a new encryption tool from Thales E-security. Guardisk automatically secures all files placed on the hard disk, preventing them from being accessed if a laptop is lost or stolen, according to Thales.