Dell announces a program to sell discount Napster subscriptions, servers, and digital music players to colleges and universities.
The European Parliament has rejected a proposed law for regulating software patents across the EU, leaving other patent regulation to member states.
Smith Micro has acquired Allume Systems, Inc., developers of Mac and Windows utilities as well as StuffIt compression technology, for $12.65 million in cash and stock.
Alienware has shipped its Area-51 7500 desktop system, featuring dual-core processing and Nvidia SLI graphics.
The Diffusion Group is forecasting that podcasts and other forms of time-shifted audio will have 60 million users by 2010, representing 75% of the portable media player market.
AMD says a judge has granted its motion that about 30 third parties must preserve relevant evidence and information related to its antitrust suit against rival chipmaker Intel.
Think video games hone your reflexes? Researchers find that heavy video game players may spot items in a busy environments up to 100 milliseconds faster than "mundanes.
A UK graduate student has been sentenced to 140 hours of community service for selling modified Xbox systems.
HP adds Apple's Flash-based iPod shuffle music player to its product lineup.
In an explicit policy reversal, the U.S. Commerce Department has announced it does not intend to turn over administration of the Internet's country codes to ICANN.
Mobile app developer Handmark is taking over distribution and development of Zagat guides for handheld devices.
TDG Research issues a report stating IPTV providers must carefully select supply strategies and outsourcing to avoid rollout stumbles.