Hoping it's better to be late to a party than not to show up at all, Google launches its free beta Google Talk instant messaging and voice-over-Internet service.
Akimbo announces it will be offering official Major League Baseball content via its Internet-based video-on-demand service, including condensed games, highlights, and historic games
Media reports from Japan indicate Toshiba and Sony have broken off talks intended to produced a unified next-generation DVD format.
A public beta of Google Desktop 2 adds RSS feeds, email monitoring, stock quotes and more to the company's desktop search tool - and it also watches what you do.
Online photo-sharing site SmugMug now lets users tie their photos to Google Maps by entering a street address or GPS coordinates.
Sun Microsystems is taking aim at Microsoft, Real Networks, and Apple by starting an open-source digital rights management (DRM) project called the Open Media Commons.
Hey, whatever happened to your old television? Onsite research from Greenpeace International reveals high toxin levels at ewaste "recycling" centers in southern China and India.
Vodafone K.K. will start selling the tiny Sharp V302SH phone in Japan August 19; however, it's hoping a special red Ferrari Edition will rev up sales.
Akamai unveils its Net Usage Index which tracks and maps global online attention to news stories. But what does it tell us?
Google says is wants to offer 14.76 million new shares of stock, which would be worth over $4 billion at Wednesday's closing price. But how does Google plan to spend that money?
Nokia says there's no deal to include the popular iTunes Music Store in its forthcoming N91 multimedia phone, but third-party developers could put the two together.
Comcast offers Windows-using broadband customers McAfee VirusScan, Personal Firewall Plus, and Privacy Service for free.
Microsoft has revealed its forthcoming Xbox 360 video game system will be priced at US$299; in Europe, the system will debut at 299 euros, and cost 209 pounds in Britain.
Broadband users want data fast, but don't really care about keeping it: The Diffusion Group finds less than half back up their home data more than a couple times a year.
The American Consumer Satisfaction Index finds that Dell's once-lauded customer service has declined to match the industry average, while Apple's support stands out.