The BBC and UK's The Register report on a study which says file-sharing Britons are also the biggest spenders on legal digital music.
Apple Computer updates some affordable Macs, speeding up and improving the iBook portable line while (finally!) doubling the default RAM installed in Mac minis.
The SANS Institute survey of the top 20 security vulnerabilities for the second quarter of 2005 has some surprising entries: backup software.
Yahoo has announced its acquisition of Pixoria, Inc. and its Widget-making software Konfabulator, as a technology to enable unique tools built on Yahoo's XML content.
Sony Corporation announced it will release a free version 2 firmware upgrade for PSP in Japan next week which will let the portable gaming units surf the Web.
Microsoft has announced that its forthcoming major revision of Windows, codenamed "Longhorn," will be named "Windows Vista."
The Federal government has accused seven U.S. companies of hiring others to send email which illegally used pornographic messages to promote adult Web sites.
JupiterResearch projects DVRs will be in 47 percent of U.S. homesand 63 percent will have HDTVby 2010.
A report from The Diffusion Group posits that deals with cable and satellite providers won't boost to TiVo's bottom line enough to help the company survive.
The Online Publishers Association's Internet Activity Index finds that its Content category gained the largest share of online time in June 2005.
Survey firm Gartner Inc. says global sales of cell phones will reach 779 million in 2005 and climb to over 1 billion a year by 2009, by which time more than 2.6 billion cell phones
New service Blinkx offers to search radio and television programs for your search terms, and optionally deliver the results to you via RSS or SmartFolders.
Hewlett-Packard announced today it plans to cut 14,500 jobs, or roughly ten percent of its 151,000 workers.
TiVo has updated its service to enable customers to respond instantly to specially-designed ads, and to enable ads which display logos even when users try to skip them.
Mobile phone providers Verizon Wireless and Sprint have announced they will offer mobile phone video games from Electronic Arts.