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.
Nintendo announced that as of August 21, it's dropping the U.S. price of the portable Nintendo DS video game device about 13 percent, from $150 to about $130.
Number three computer maker Gateway posted a $17.2 million profit for its second quarter of 2005, but sent shares tumbling by cutting revenue estimates for the year.
Trend Micro reports that a new Windows worm, dubbed ZOTOB, exploits "critical" security issues Microsoft patched just last week.
TiVo has rolled out a trial program with the Independent Film Channel to transmit several of the channels shows to TiVo customers via broadband Internet connections.
Chipmaker Intel is getting ready to take the wraps off its "next-generation architecture"; at this month's Intel Developer Forum.
Strategy Analytics reports that Apple's iPod blows away music-enabled mobile challengers, handily beating them in both usability and perceived sound quality.
Microsoft has released security patches for Windows and Internet Explorer which mend eight vulnerabilities, three of which are rated "critical."
Norway's Opera Software has announced Opera Mini, a lightweight Java program which it claims can bring Web surfing to more than 700 million low-to-medium cost cell phones.
Save up your extra lives! A 28 year-old South Korean man has died after playing Starcraft for nearly 50 hours in a Taegu Internet cafe.
Leading Internet portal Yahoo! now claims its Web, image, and media search feature encompasses over 20 billion items, substantially more than the 11.4 billion managed by Google.
Microsoft announced today it has settled a lawsuit against former "spam king" Scott Richter for $7 million.
America Online continues its new acquisition-splurge by buying Wildseed Ltd. to leverage AOL's content and services into wireless devices.