DRAM Production Cuts Fail to Pull up Market

From PC World: A few DRAM makers cut production last week, hoping that reducing supply might spur a price recovery, but the action is too little, too late, analysts say.

Elpida Memory of Japan and Powerchip Semiconductor of Taiwan both trimmed DRAM production last week as market prices plunged to new all-time lows. But while the actions slowed the pace of DRAM price declines, they didn't stop the fall.

Adobe Buys Danish Imaging Software Maker

From PC World: Adobe on Monday announced it has acquired Danish imaging software maker YaWah ApS to expand the use of Adobe Scene7 software in Europe.

The two companies provide rich-media software used to manage and distribute dynamic content, including changing images and text fields, in Internet stores.

Adobe plans to make use of YaWah's client lists as well as integrate some of its technology into Scene7.

Electronic Arts Abandons Take-Two Acquisition

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AMD's Budget Video Cards Pack Punches

From Tom's Hardware: Need a new videocard, but don’t have the Benjamins—or the need—for a high-end model? Take a look at some of the new budget cards, such as AMD’s ATI Radeon HD 4600 series: AMD’s latest videocards promise to deliver decent gaming performance—and 512 MB frame buffers—for as little as $69

Seinfeld and Gates hit the road for Vista

From CNET News.com: Those left scratching their heads after Microsoft's first new ad may find themselves just as itchy after the follow-up spot.

The second in Microsoft's series of new ads airs Thursday night, featuring Bill Gates and Jerry Seinfeld moving in with a family of "real people" in order to connect with them. The humor seems slightly better to me, but the references to Microsoft's products remain tangential.

Panasonic Shows Compact Camera With Interchangeable Lens

From PC World: Panasonic has developed a digital still camera that straddles the boundary between compact point-and-shoot models and larger SLR (single lens reflex) cameras.

Microsoft Exec Speaks Out About Zune's Future

From DailyTech: While the iPod and Sansa run away from the other players in the digital audio player (DAP) market, Microsoft is working to make a better device. CNET News talked with Microsoft's Joe Belfiore, the head of Microsoft's Zune development.


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