iRocks new 730i gets the once over by Computer Critics and 3dGameman.com and overall, they think you can do better for the price.
Bluetooth has finally hit your printer, but is it worth the price and is compatible and cost effecient for your home network? Mod Town explains.
A continuing sales slump has the Tweeter Entertainment Group, Inc. projecting losses for the third straight quarter.
A US federal judge on July 10 issued an order postponing enforcement of a Washington state law designed to restrict the sale of violent video games to minors.
Hitachi's TV lineup for the coming year will be one of the first with "plug-and-play" compatibility for high-definition programming delivered over cable systems.
A late 2005 launch date for the PlayStation 3 looks increasingly likely today, with confirmation from Elpida that it will be beginning production of memory chips for the console.
More information about the rather publicity-shy Phantom console has been unveiled, revealing that the system is indeed a Windows PC designed to download PC games securely.
Ubi Soft announced the first ever Charlie's Angels video game is now available for the Nintendo GameCube at the suggested retail price of $29.99.
NEC Corporation announced that it has developed the working prototype of mobile phone which is equipped with the receiver of terrestrial digital TV broadcasting.
MSN and eBay announced plans to expand their relationship and further integrate the consumer services offered by the two companies.
KDDI Corp and Okinawa Cellular are pleased to announce the release of the A1304T (manufactured by Toshiba Corporation) and the A1401K (manufactured by Kyocera Corporation).
AT&T Wireless and Intel team up to offer mobile computing solutions to U.S. Corporations.
News sources including CNN are reporting that Metallica has opted not to sell its songs on Appleâ€™s newly successful iTunes.
LG Mobile Phones and Verizon Wireless announced the availability of the LG VX6000, a top- of-the-line wireless handset with an embedded camera.
NTT DoCoMo announced that they will begin marketing the F505i, the first Japanese handset to incorporate fingerprint authentication technology, from July 11, 2003.