Morning Coffee: Slicing and Dicing Devices

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Morning Coffee: Slicing and Dicing Devices

Smaller, longer-lived, and better connected personal devices don't come as a surprise: massive resources go into continuing industry progress on all three frontiers. Some weeks, though, mark n

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eWEEK Labs got an early look last week at one of the latest exemplars of hand-held convenience and connectivity, Hewlett-Packard's iPaq rx5900 Travel Companion. It's not a sm

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A vital enabler for continued progress in personal devices is improved non-volatile memory technology. In San Francisco last week, eWEEK got a look at Intel's first prototype of

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Another crucial technology for personal information access on the go is the stable, lightweight battery that combines high energy density with acceptable safety and good battery recharge characteristics.

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If you need to catch up on your Morning Coffee, visit the archive of these eWEEK.com overviews at go.eweek.com/morningcoffee. To get the latest brain dumps from eWEEK's staf

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