A federal grand jury has indicted Michigan's so-called "spam king" Alan Ralsky and 10 others on charges of spamming and running stock pump-and-dump schemes.
Friction between Intel's ClassmatePC and the OLPC's XO Laptop seems to have killed off Intel's fledgling investment in the project.
Dell has tipped its hand on two new, much-rumored LCD displays: the 22-inch Crystal Display, and a 30-inch monster with a DisplayPort Connection.
Notebook computers and other portable devices just got a boost: Hitachi has announced it will be offering 500 GB 2.5-inch SATA hard drives beginning in February.
The company's new line-up includes a slew of media-oriented PCs tailored to different buyers, as well as two big-screen monitors with high contrast ratios.
Windows Secrets' Scott Dunn has a good point: why pay $120/year for MSN Premium when darn near everything it includes is available from Microsoft for free?
Lenovo wants to branch out from business and enterprise users to consumers with its new IdeaPad notebooks featuring sleek designs and facial recognition technology.
Smith Micro's new TuneRanger software enables users to manage iTunes libraries across multiple computers, finding lost songs, coordinating libraries, and managing multiple iPods.
By synchronizing flash storage with online storage, SanDisk hopes to offer an end-all solution to mobile backups.
The modified MacBook features a highly refined stylus input designed to mimic the feel of paper.
Pump and dump returns to grab the top spot on BitDefender's list of the top 10 spammers.
Buzz around the Eee includes a likely WiMAX version in the works, new accessories such as extended batteries, and rumors of an 8.9-inch screen.
A file corruption bug means that data saved could be corrupted.
In the battle between HD DVD and Blu-ray, ABI Research forecasts that, by 2012, universal drives capable of handling both formats will be the winners in PCs.
Once the undisputed most important piece of Internet software, AOL has announced it will no longer support the Netscape browser.