Nokia has entered the car navigation market, taking on TomTom in Europe with its Nokia 330 Auto Navigation system.
Walt Mossberg may think you should buy an Apple system now, but you should wait until they fix their problems, or buy a Windows PC.
Former iriver America CEO now working for undisclosed start up as iriver parent brings in new management.
A new poll from the Associated Press and AOL finds just over one third of Americans are using the Internet to get election information.
Research and Markets is forecasting the global market for Internet-delivered television will reach 53 million subscribers by 2009.
AT&T's new Remote Monitor video service streams live video from your home to your cell phone, so you can keep an eye on your kids, your stuff, and even Fido's crazy antics.
Guild Wars Nightfall, the latest campaign in the popular game series, is available now in North America and Europe.
Computer maker Everex Systems, with Via Technologies, has launched the "world's most energy-efficient notebook" - and Wal-Mart plans to carry it for under $500.
As part of its first quarter financials, Microsoft says it has shipped six million Xbox 360 consoles and still believes it will ship 10 million by the end of 2006.
Almost a year after rolling it out in the rest of the world, Bang & Olufsen is bringing its tiny Serene clamshell phone to North America.
NUVision announced today that production is underway on its 52-inch 1080p LED CLP television, and units should be available in October.
Merchant services firm Vendio claims consumers can spend up to 44 percent more for consumer electronics offline compared to shopping online. Makes ya wonder.
Popular real estate site Zillow is opening up its APIs - for free - enabling other sites to incorporate Zillow real estate data and functionality.
Hewlett-Packard announced today it will accept PayPal as a payment method at its online HP Home & Home Office Store.