Chad Phelps

Chad
Phelps

Chad Phelps is a former senior programmer for Windows & .NET Magazine Network.

Articles
DTS Mandatory for Blu-Ray and HD-DVD
DTS announced that its DTS Coherent Acoustics coding system has been selected as mandatory audio technology for both Blu-ray and HD-DVD.
Two MSN Smart Watches 29
With Suunto and Fossil developing the hardware, Microsoft is producting wearable devices that let you pull up the latest news headlines, sports results, stock market quotes, calendar reminders, and even instant messages, right on your wrist.
A Peek at E3 7
We were there in full force, taking in the E3 gaming spectacle firsthand and returning with the best of the best.
Microsoft Wows at E3 Press Conference 8
Microsoft makes a splash at the E3 preshow press conference.
Memorex USB 2.0 ThumbDrive 405
We recently had two opportunities to put the Memorex USB 2.0 ThumbDrive to some real-world use.
MSN Direct Launches Sports Content for Smart Watches 8
Microsoft announced the kickoff of sports content for Smart Watches for MSN® Direct.
Dell Digital Jukebox 416
Check out Dell's excellent digital audio player, which sells at an attractive price and merits comparison with the Apple iPod.
ATI Announces New ALL-IN-WONDER Graphics Cards 8
ATI Technologies has announced three new additions to the ALL-IN-WONDER line of video graphics cards, the LL-IN-WONDER 9600XT, ALL-IN-WONDER 9600, and ALL-IN-WONDER 9200.
Video Game Sales Break $7 Billion in 2003 5
Video Game and Computer Software Sales Break $7 Billion in 2003, continuing their ascent to the top of the entertainment world.
ApeXtreme PC Game Console Wins Best of CES in Home Audio & Video 23
Apex Digital, Inc.'s PC game console, the ApeXtreme (pronounced Apex Extreme), has been honored as the best new home audio or video product introduced at the 2004 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Nintendo Shows Strong Sales Growth in 2003 10
Nintendo has taken over the No. 2 spot in the console wars, according to sales figures released by Nintendo today. Game Boy Advance sales remain stong in spite of two new products entering the market (Tapwave and N-Gage).
Apple Announces iPod Mini 65
Apple introduced iPod mini, the smallest portable music player ever to hold up to 1,000 CD-quality songs.
DISCover Console Debuts at CES 2004 11
Digital Interactive Systems Corporation (DISC) today formally debuted the first next-generation game console, DISCover, at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
iTunes Music Store Tops 25 Million Downloads 3
Apple has announced that downloads in the iTunes Music Store have topped 25 million songs since it launched in April 2003. The 25 millionth song, purchased last Friday afternoon, was “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” by Frank Sinatra.
Tapwave's Zodiac Enters Handheld Gaming Market 9
Tapwave has begun shipping the Zodiac, the new kid on the block in mobile gaming. The console is offered in two models - the Zodiac1 for $299 (32MB RAM) and the Zodiac2 for $399 (128MB RAM).
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