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Hey, buddy, where's the FireWire?

With Tuesday's refresh of Apple's desktop line, there's now FireWire for all—almost. The 13-inch aluminum MacBook would seem to be the odd man out.

Avaak launches Vue video monitoring system

Avaak has started taking orders for its Vue personal video network.

Apple TV Software Update 2.3.1 is out in the wild

Apple today released a minor software update for all Apple TV owners, which so far appears only to remove third-party hacks.

Super Bowl HDTVs

Planning on watching the big game this Sunday? These nine HDTVs evaluated by PC World’s Test Center are generally fast enough to keep up with the football action on your screen.

Sales of graphics chips sink on falling demand

Sales of graphics chips sank during the fourth quarter, market research firm Jon Peddie Research said.

Apple update fixes issues with some Nvidia cards

An Nvidia software update released on Monday fixes problems with one of Apple's Mini DisplayPort adapters and an Nvidia graphics chip and card.

DisplayPort specification to add Apple's mini connector

The forthcoming version of the DisplayPort specification is said to incorporate Apple's mini DisplayPort connector.

Sling cofounders leave the company

Co-founding brothers Blake and Jason Krikorian will be leaving the company and their respective posts as CEO and SVP of business development.

Vuzix intros Wrap 920AV video glasses

Vuzix has introduced new video glasses that look like sunglasses, and they work with the iPod and iPhone.

JVC to debut Final Cut Pro acquisition product

JVC is using this week's FCPUG SuperMeet to debut a new video acquisition product designed to work with Final Cut Studio.

Mac-compatible Bluetooth Web cam debuts

Ecamm Network will be showing off the first Bluetooth wireless Web cam at Macworld Expo.

Microsoft Zunes spontaneously dying all over the place

A plague has apparently struck many of Microsoft's Zune media players, causing them to reboot and hang.

Layoffs cost AMD $70 million

Laying off staff to cut its costs will cost AMD $70 million, more than it had previously expected, it said Monday