ATI Technologies Inc. announced three new additions to the ALL-IN-WONDER product lineup Monday, including a ALL-IN-WONDER 9200 that will be sold at Wal-Mart.
A new study concludes that telephone companies could cut their operating costs by 23 percent a year by using Ethernet services in metropolitan area networks.
IBM and Philips said Monday that said on Monday they will work together to sell radio tags that would replace barcodes.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a safety recall of the batteries for the Kyocera 7135 Smartphone.
APH USA, Inc. announces the launch of its latest entry into the digital convergence consumer electronics market with the launch of the Akai PT56DL20 56â€ DLP Projection Television.
U.S. District Judge Michael Davis won't reverse his October ruling to keep broadband phone services unregulated in Minnesota.
The British Broadcasting Corp announced plans to have journalists carry video-capable phones in the field to transmit stories.
Time Warner cable announced today the creation of a new business unit to handle their residential phone unit.
Nearly one in three adults say the cell phone is the invention they most hate but cannot live without, according to the eighth annual Lemelson-MIT Invention Index study.
The mass-mailing worm W32/Bagle-mm that took off strong this week has started to slow down.
In an interview on eCommerceTimes, Apple's Chris bell explains what makes the iTunes service so successful.
In a conference yesterday, Intel outlined their plan to work with the industry to dramatically drive down the cost and increase the availability of broadband wireless technologies.
According to new research from IDC, dropping price points and growing interest in high-definition television will drive flat-panel TV display shipments to 50 million units in 2007.
"I am naturally disappointed that we are all wasting time and money on futile legal battles. P2P will endure," Phil Morle, CTO of Sharman Networks, told TechNewsWorld.
The RIAA filed copyright infringement lawsuits on Wednesday against 532 computer users it said were illegally distributing songs over the Internet.