Online video streaming service Joost is relaunching itself...and this time it's streaming video using Flash technology instead of its own client.
The FCC says tests conducted in Seattle show a free, nationwide Wi-Fi network wouldn't interfere with existing services.
In a first for Microsoft, the company is making an operating system's codename its real name: the forthcoming Windows 7 will be called Windows 7.
Stronger content protection, deep zoom, and skinning support are among the features Microsoft has piled into the latest version of its Flash competitor.
Averatec has introduced an Atom-powered version of its all-in-one desktop PC, featuring an 18.4-inch display and Windows XP.
Samsung is re-entering the U.S. notebook market with light, thin notebooks aimed at the style- and weight-conscious on-the-go user.
Motorola has entered the touchscreen market with its Krave ZN4, available from Verizon.
Sony president has admitted that it has no plans to cut its PS3 price for the holidays, saying "I think we have a very good value proposition."
MySpace has launched MyAds, cost-per-click banner advertising that can be highly targeted at users.
Demand for the latest, improved version of Open Office was so great that it crashed the servers on its release yesterday.
The Nextar I4-BC GPS has a lot to offer, but falls way short on actual execution. Some things are too good to be true.
The Samsung PN50A450 is a 50-inch plasma TV on a budget, but does it perform?
How much will some people spend for a Prada-branded 3G phone with a 5 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi touch screen, and slide-out QWERTY keyboard?
DLO's TransDock Direct lets iPods hook into in-vehicle audio systems and charge up, while giving drivers full control via a flexible support arm.
Spore has only been out for a few weeks...and already Electronic Arts is announcing add-ons and a new Space stage expansion pack.