Apple's online iTunes Music Store sold more music than three major music retailers from July through September, claiming the number seven spot among U.S. music sellers.
Well known manufacturer of messenger bags adds two new notebook computer bags which combine fashion with protection.
A new survey from the Business Software Alliance finds one in four U.S. consumers won't be shopping online this holiday season because of concerns over Internet security.
AOL, eBay, and Google might just be watching their backs: comScore Media Metrix says social networking site MySpace has passed them all in terms of page views.
The Monday after Thanskgiving is rapidly becoming one of the most popular virtual shopping days of the year, according to a new survey from an online retailers group.
As midnight showing time of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire draws near, Fandango says this movie sets records as it accounts for 93 percent of advanced ticket sales.
A study from Nielsen Media Research - conducted at the behest of the major broadcast networks - found homes with DVRs actually watch more TV than homes without them.
Six celebrities put their artistic signatures on one of a kind Sony VAIO FJ series notebooks to raise funds for Second Harvest Food Bank.
New features such as The Shoposphere and Pick Lists are targeted towards bringing social elements to shopping online.
Yahoo has reportedly inked a deal to carry blog entries from Gawker Media blogs like Defamer, Gizmodo, and Wonkette alongside stories from mainstream journalism outlets.
Not content to make TVs just for consumers, Dell has launched two new LCD TVs for commercial users like airports, hotels, restaurants, and offices.
AOL and WB have announced In2TV, a new service planning to offer high-quality video of thousands of older TV shows for free via a P2P-style network.
The National Basketball Association has launched NBA T Broadband, offering online video highlights of the 2005-06 NBA season.
New Urban series of laptop cases have a "edgier look and are targeted towards young professionals" with features like a custom iPod pocket and weather resistant bottom.
The Federal Communications Commission has ruled that Internet phone providers do not have to cut off service for subscribers who can't receive enhanced 911 emergency service.