The coming months should be good ones for manufacturers and retailers, according to a December 9 report from DisplaySearch, a research firm specializing in the flat-panel market.
After years of lukewarm demand, the elves at satellite television provider DirecTV are suddenly scrambling to fill holiday orders for its TiVo-based set-top boxes.
Spherex entered into a 3-year global licensing agreement with Microsoft Corporation to produce and market the Xbox 5.1 branded speaker system.
The amira data visualization application allows users to view their data in 3D without the use of stereo glasses.
Sony Corp.'s PSX, touted as a crossover between a video game console and consumer electronics gadget, is trying to be too many things at once and falls far short of expectations.
Now that recordable DVD drives are breaking the sub $200 (and sub $100) level, virtually anyone who has ever made an optical product is pushing their recorder to be the hot seller.
An IDC forecast projects that strong demand from the consumer segment, aggressive pricing, and rapid portable adoption will continue to drive worldwide PC growth to record levels.
New application for palmOne devices, Addit, lets users try or buy software directly from their handheld or smartphone.
Verizon Wireless and Audiovox Communications Corporation (ACC) announce that the CDM-8900 camera phone will be available on Friday, December 12, 2003.
In anticipation of the December 13 release of its PSX multipurpose entertainment system, Sony today released a brief explanation of the system's software incompatibilities.
Matt Cameron at Overclockers Club takes a look at two comercially avaliable 2.4GHz cAntenna's.
Graphics developer ATI has been added to the NASDAQ-100 Index. ATI stock will also be included in the NASDAQ-100 Index Tracking Stock.
FAST Defrag can monitor your RAM in the background and can sit in your systray if you desire.
Amdmb.com has published a review of the ever popular Asus Radeon 9800XT video card.
The indictment charges a North Carolina resident with fraudulent or falsified transmission of unsolicited bulk e-mail, or spam.