Baidu , China's largest search engine, said on Tuesday it has signed an agreement with major music studios for the licensed distribution of music through its mp3 search service.
Baidu said in a statement it had signed the agreement with On
Sony, the leading consumer electronics brand, has launched the latest Walkman B160 series of wearable MP3 players.
Weighing 28 grams and less than 10 cm long, Walkman B160 Series comes in a two-tone finish and contrasting colours.
Amazon.com is introducing an online service to allow customers to store their music files remotely and access them through their smartphones and computers in a move aimed at drawing music buyers from rivals such as Apple's iTunes.
SanDisk Corporation, a global leader in flash memory cards, has launched the new Sansa Clip+ MP3 player, which comes equipped with a new microSD memory card slot that enables consumers to listen to thousands of additional songs.
Philips has launched a range of six brand new models of digital video and audio players featuring its FullSound technology for superior MP3 sound reproduction, according to a report.
The new GoGear range features the new flagship Opus port
LG Electronics, a global leader and technology innovator in consumer electronics, has unveiled a Blu-ray disc (BD) player that will put the company ahead of its global competitors.
Advanced features such as BD Live set the BD300 apart from
Sony Corp has entered the motion chip market with its egg-shaped Rolly MP3 player.
The device lets users adjust volume by turning the player in their hand.
Chip makers are convinced of the potential for motion sensing chips in port
Motorola has launched its latest addition to the successful W series family of phones to the region.
The W230 is geared to meet the rising needs of people with limited budgets who expect a great experience from their phones. The W230 is a
SanDisk Corporation, a leading seller of MP3 players, has unveiled the multi-faceted Sansa Fuze MP3 player.
The stylish music player is loaded with capabilities and features to keep consumers well entertained while on the go. Not only is
LG Electronics has signed an agreement with Ahmad Ali Badghaish Electronics Co to distribute its automotive audio and navigation systems in Saudi Arabia.
LG Electronics is the first company to introduce Arabic navigation in the Middle East