Monsoon Multimedia's Hava Gold and Hava Platinum HD Windows-friendly video streaming and placeshifting devices are now available at retail.
A report in a Germany daily paper has Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile unit clinching a deal to offer Apple's iPhone in Europe starting November 1.
Fujitsu has packaged its 2.5-inch 300 GB hard drive into an external case aimed at mobile professionals.
LG Electronics has announced it will offer handsets with a built-in YouTube client, beginning later this year.
Nokia has licensed the VibeTonz tactile feedback system from Immersion in order to add some shake, rattle, and rumble to mobile devices.
The race to offer iPhone accessories is just starting, with Belkin off to a fast start with cases, cables, and an armband.
Officials in Europe are looking into whether movie studios are violating antitrust laws with their Blu-ray exclusivity agreements.
A new survey commissioned by Trend Micro shows the way people use search engines and pages, as the company comes up with a free browser malware solution.
Xbox 360 owners will get front-row seats at the E3 Expo this year - provided they only want to catch games they can play on Microsoft systems.
Sony is lending Nielsen a peephole to the gaming community with data from its Playstation network, which will be used to keep tabs on in-game advertising.
A poll in Edge magazine has picked the top 100 video games, and the top position might come as a surprise.
Google has acquired GrandCentral Communications, a service that lets users use a single number for all their phones.
BenQ has stripped long-time leader K.Y. Lee of some CEO duties as an insider trading case looms...and announces two cameras.
Research firm Gartner finds that worldwide sales of PCs are looking up for 2007, but Windows Vista is not a strong factor driving computer sales.
Asustek is splitting itself into three companies, one keeping the brand, new companies Unihan Technology and Pegatron Technology will handle PC and non-PC manufacturing.