CompUSA has announced a partnership with SoftwareToGo to allow customers to burn their own software CDs in CompUSA stores.
The first graphics-based mobile instant messaging application with access to multiple services was announced today by Verizon.
MCI is offering additional high-speed wireless access points and the ability to access information from a PDA through a roaming agreement with Boingo Wireless.
Versa LitePad Tablet PC Price Drops by Nearly 25 Percent this Holiday Season
Epson is offering the Epson Print Academy 2004 traveling school and the Online Experience, a new web-based course, to teach how to get the best quality digital prints.
New products voted as most innovative of the consumer technology industry.
The new service enables companies to quickly deliver video-enabled Flash content across a high-performance, reliable content distribution network to Macromedia Flash Player.
The new special edition Nokia 3300 music phone comes pre-loaded with Jay-Z's 'Black Album' on a multimedia card.
Nextel and Motorola today announced the availability of the Motorola i530 mobile phone, designed for workers and outdoor enthusiasts who confront harsh conditions.
The U.S. technology industry is showing healthy growth for the first time since parts of the Internet sector collapsed two years ago.
Winamp has released version 5 of it's popular digital music player.
President Bush has signed legislation meant to curb unwanted bulk emails today.
Olympus will introduce a new Zuiko Digital SpecificTM 11-22mm F2.8-3.5 wide-angle zoom lens (equivalent to 22-44mm on a 35mm film camera) for the Olympus E-1 Digital SLR next year.
Microsoft plans to reorganize its Windows unit, creating a new division more tightly focused on the development of the core operating system.
The MPEG Committee has decided to adopt NEC and Samsung's jointly proposed new face recognition technology for the upcoming MPEG-7 standard.