The Podzinger podcast search service applies BBN speech recognition technology to podcasts, in-context search results, and playback from matched terms.
At his Macworld Expo keynote, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled a new $49 iPod remote with an FM Tuner, plus iLife '06, an update to its lifestyle applications featuring Web authoring.
Apple today unveiled its first computers based on Intel technology: a new all-in-one iMac, and a new laptop, the MacBook Pro.
It's official: Google's in the content business, launching the Google Video Store with CBS and NBA programming, along with the much-expected Google Payments System.
An ambitious new Yahoo Go brand aims to bring Yahoo Internet services to mobile phones and televisions.
New York Attorney General Elliot Spitzer has issued subpoenas to major music companies to investigate whether digital music services have illegally fixed prices.
Online services company lists off the top ten spams its customers had to put up with during the year as well as revealing how much spam filters were effectively able to block.
The SMC EZ Connect Wireless Printer Server uses 802.11g and USB 2.0 to connect printers to a local network or authorized Internet users for remote printing jobs without wires.
If it's not one music protection scheme causing Sony trouble, it's another: the company is now urging customers to install a security update to SunComm's MediaMax software.
Well known adult entertainment company decides to cash in on the growing podcast trend by starting its own daily video podcast.
RadioShack will be bringing Skype service and Skype-ready hardware to U.S. consumers this holiday season.
We compare various VoIP services with internet phone services. They are the same right? Wrong.
Apple says the iTunes Music Store has sold more than 1 million videos since the company introduced its new video-capable iPod on October 12.
The latest in-house evaluation from Designtechnica.
Not content with competing in the professional audio and video arenas, Apple Computer is now targeting pro photographers with a new application, Aperture.