30/01/2006

Digit LIVE news - Sony to sell hard disk camcorder

Digit LIVE news - Sony to sell hard disk camcorder

Sony's new DCR-SR100 will cost $1,100 in the US when introduced in March. It has a 30GB hard disk and stores in MPEG2 format.

All cameras will eventually use hard disks, especially with disk capacities increasing and the availability of decent editing packages for both PC and Mac users.

There are 3 modes, HP, SP and LP storing at 9, 6 and 3Mbps respectively allowing between 7hrs 20 mins and 20hrs 50 mins of recording time.

UK availability hasn't been announced.

Manga Studio 3.0 Debut Full Version - e frontier Global

Manga Studio 3.0 Debut Full Version - e frontier Global

Want to be a Manga Artist, now's your chance with the release of Manga Studio. There are two versions, Debut for 41.07 Euros and EX for 246.46 Euros, the EX version has more features and templates.

Budding comic authors get going.

Digit LIVE news - Sony puts down Aibo robot dog

Digit LIVE news - Sony puts down Aibo robot dog

Sony is killing of it's AIBO range as well as the future homonoid QRIO.

Though they were expensive toys, it's a shame that economic pressure has forced them to concentrate on more mainstream products.

It just shows that big gants are feeling the pressure.

Ofcom Website | Report on the implementation of BT's Undertakings

Ofcom Website | Report on the implementation of BT's Undertakings

Ofcom have released their second in a series of quarterly reports on BT's progress towards implementions of its Undertakings.

It only contains up to date info and historical information should be taken from previous reports.

Ofcom will in February publish a statement on how it intends t evaluate the outcome of the Undertakings and shortly and the Stratgic Review of Telecommunications.

Any statements within the reports may not be definative as Ofcom needs to utilise the full process of enforcement action to put them into context.