Electronic games are guy thing, right? A study from Parks Associates finds that 59 percent of all U.S. consumers who play games on a mobile phone are women.
All those spiffy mobile phone features? Not really taking off. Only 39 percent of mobile users use text messaging, 18 percent send pictures, and 3 percent have send video clips.
If you're an American aged 12 years or more, the odds are one in five that you own a portable MP3 player, and one in twenty that you own more than one.
If you're a Dragon Ball Z fan but wish the franchise's game titles more hard core combat, Atari's going to grant your wish.
Sprint is tempting parents with the Sanyo SCP-2400, which enables parents to control aspects of their childrens' wireless phone use.
JVC's has introduced two new 32- and 37-inch LCD televisions with lightning fast 120 Hz refresh rates for flicker-free performance.
Recent activity suggest (like we predicted) that due to recent mobile Linux and Windows activity Symbian market share is dropping.
Ow! Those sharp teeth of irony! Three days after boldly inviting more users to try out Office 2007 Beta 2, Microsoft delays Office 2007 until...2007.
Sony's 8 GB hard drive-based NW-A1200 Walkmans pack a small price, small footprint, good features and a cool display - but can you deal with Sony Connect?
MTV Networks shows like South Park have been on iTunes a while; now new shows from Nick at Night, TV Land, Spike TV, The N, and flagship MTV are joining the party.
Online titan Google has unveiled Google Checkout, an online payment service which offers fraud protection and integrates with Google advertising. Should PayPal be scared?
Klegg's new Plasma HDTV line sports 42, 50, 55, and 63-inch sizes, HDMI and DVI inputs, and 1080i resolution.
Toshiba's new Tecra A8 notebooks offers a 15-4 inch screen, durability, and a variety of configuration designed to appeal to businesses and IT buyers.
VoIP provider Vonage has unveiled its V-Phone, a keychain-sized USB device a detachable earpiece enabling VoIP calling anywhere with a Windows machine and broadband.
Apple, Sony and Dell have all done it. Now Pioneer will be jumping into the game by opening their first retail store here in the U.S.