Sun calls its latest line of processors for servers "the world's fastest."
A San Francisco judge has set aside the massive $1.5 billion judgment against Microsoft in an MP3 patent infringement case.
Responding to pressure from Sony and the Nintendo Wii, Microsoft is lowering the price of Xbox 360 systems by $50 effective August 8, 2007.
Sony has announced 80 GB PlayStation 3 gaming consoles are now available at North American retailers for $599 in the U.S., $659 in Canada.
The family-friendly Disney Mobile has added the DM-S105 and DM-S110 from Samsung to its lineup, offering integrated cameras, multimedia messaging, and Bluetooth.
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Toshiba has announced its third generation of HD DVD players, and puts pressure on the Blu-ray camp by starting prices at $299.99.
Nokia has inked a deal to include Microsoft's PlayReady technology in S60 and Series 40 mobile devices, letting users tap into Windows Media-based content.
Lenovo plans to offer ThinkPad T-series notebook computers with Novell's SUSE Enterprise Desktop 10 Linux pre-installed beginning in the fourth quarter of 2007.
Forbes Editor Daniel Lyons has been outed as the creator of Fake Steve Jobs, a satyrical blog that pokes fun - and scrutiny - at the high tech industry.
VMWare's Fusion is now available for Intel-based Macs, letting users run Mac OS X, Windows, and PC-based applications side-by-side.
A reporter for Dateline NBC was publicly exposed and forced to leave for violating the rules of convention, much to the amusement of attendees.