Sanyo has announced a new wireless phone in Japan that sends vibrations through the human skull to relay sound.
AT&T announced Thursday that it expects to have a service delivering voice over Internet Protocol available to consumers in the top 100 markets by the first quarter of 2004.
The AmbiCom Radio FM-CF provides full, stereo-quality sound and features a graphical interface.
The Taipei District Prosecutors Office has charged two top executives and an employee at chip designer VIA Technologies Inc. with the theft of a rival firm's software code.
If you prize the portability and uniqueness of a sub-notebook laptop but have hesitated to give up on features, the 3.7lb Lifebook P5010 might be what you are looking for.
The Crucial Gizmo! USB flash drive is a miniature, portable flash storage drive that plugs into a computer's Universal Serial Bus (USB) port. Transfering data was never so easy.
The HP Business Inkjet 1100d printer offers great performance and exceptional color and black-and-white print quality for high-productivity individuals.
OnePC.net has reviewed Samsung's SyncMaster 152MP 15" LCD TV
Electronic Arts announced that The Lord of the Rings; The Return of the King game has begun to ship nationwide on all platforms.
Prominent Linux vendor Red Hat is dropping its free Linux product range and asking customers to migrate to its priced Enterprise Linux, the company said Monday.
Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS) announced that it has entered an agreement with Microsoft to supply media input/output (I/O) chips for use in future Xbox products and services.
PCStats.com has done a review of the SiS 655FX Chipset.
PCXL helps you optimize your computer to increase system performance. Improve Internet performance, and web security. Provide convenient tools to tune up and ease your computer use.
An Israeli start-up has developed a processor that uses optics instead of silicon, enabling it to compute at the speed of light, the company said.
CBS News Tech Guru Larry Magid looks under the hood at the latest edition of Microsoft Office, checks out what's new, looks for the familiar, and offers some advice.