Markets are awash with rumors chipmaker Intel is getting set to acquire graphics developer Nvidia...but does it make any sense?
The Entertainment Software Association is hailing a ruling which fines console-game mod-chip maker Divineo over $9 million for violating the DMCA.
Best Buy is launching a new music service to compete with iTunes and other online music retailers, partnering with RealNetwork's Rhapsody and SanDisk's Sansa media players.
It may sound like YouTube has an uphill battle, but here are some reasons how and why they can survive.
Can a tiny candybar device improve audio sound beyond CD quality? Creative thinks their Xmod can.
Las Vegas gets a mobile update as Cingular adds more than 40 new cell sites in the Las Vegas area alone.
Boutique headset maker Ultimate Ears has introduced its triple.fi 10 Pro in-ear earphones, using three drivers to pump high-quality audio into your skull.
The "don't be evil" Internet giant Google has launched a portal to connect thousands of literacy organizations around the world.
Nokia aims to bring "Web 2.0" culture to Java-capable mobile phones via Widsets, widgets which enable users to tap into RSS feeds and user-generated content.
Who'd have thought?! Not every attempt to cash in on social networking space works out!
AOL has launched AOL OpenRide, a free new version of its client software combining instant messaging, Web browsing, email, and search capabilities.
Fujitsu has announced plans to recall 287,000 Sony-made batteries in its laptop computers, bringing the number of recalled Sony-made batteries to over 7.5 million.
Microsoft announced today that Windows Vista will lock itself down to reduced functionality mode if it is not successfully activated within 30 days of its first use.
Sirius Satellite continues to show strong growth by adding almost 200,000 more subscribers than XM in Q3 of this year.
Western Digital's new My Book Pro Edition II external hard drive features a RAID mirror setup and 1 Terabyte of storage space.