The SPV C500 is France Telecom-owned mobile operator Orange's flagship Windows Mobile 2003 SE-based smartphone.
The SoundBridge M500 will be sold exclusively at RadioShack through the holidays for $199.
Dolby Digital 5.1 multichannel sound authoring is coming to Pinnacle video editing software.
Shaw Communications has activated Macrovision's VOD content protection to prevent unauthorized copying of VOD content.
Ireland gets its first IPTV deployment from BitBand through fiber-optic cable wired to homes.
The Mobile Media Company and Viva la Mobile to provide 3G multiplayer games to mobile carriers worldwide.
RealNetworks releases 13 different localized versions of RealPlayer for Linux and Mac OS X.
AT&T Wireless has debuted the first-ever mobile music store in the US, turning the mobile phone into a
Flat Panel models combine LCD panel and WEGA Engine for increased image quality and performance.
The new Sony Vaio Type X will sell for $4,700 and have 1,000 gigabytes of hard-drive space.
The lawsuit claims the companies use a patented Honeywell technology for brightening images and reducing interference on displays.
Ubisoft will be publishing it's first action-horror game Cold Fear developed by Darkworks.
New dictation device recognizes verbal key phrases spoken by the user.
The Dukes of Hazzard: Return of the General Lee game now available for both Sony Playstation 2 and Xbox.
Oki develops Yakushite.net, a web-based machine translation environment that allows users register their own dictionary data for translation.