Acer, the world's fourth-largest PC vendor, is in talks with Sony over joining its voluntary laptop battery recall.
The number of BlackBerry account holders reached 6.2 million at the beginning of September, but IDC says trouble may lie ahead for RIM.
Yahoo agreed to buy Web video site Jumpcut.com on Wednesday, a sign Internet companies continue to seek ways to rival popular YouTube.
BitTorrent's co-founder recently offered his thoughts to IDGNS on how his company's nascent movie download service will compete against Apple's iTunes Stores and other rivals.
A slowing U.S. economy is already impacting Yahoo's Web advertising sales growth, which does not bode well for other ad-supported Internet sites.
Napster is in talks over a sale or possible strategic partnership, the company said Monday.
Apple's recent introduction of several new iPod products shows the company is looking for profits, not market share, according to Gartner.
One of Taiwan's largest mobile phone operators launched BlackBerry on Thursday, continuing Research In Motion's expansion into Asia.
BitTorrent Inc. plans to open an online movie store to sell foreign films and other hard to find video, including content from China, Japan and India.
Amazon unveiled the Unbox Video Store on Thursday, a direct rival to Apple's iTunes 24-7 video store.
AMD has gained approval from key U.S., Canadian and German anti-trust regulators for its $5.4 billion plan to buy ATI Technologies.
The subcontractor accused of mistreating workers at an iPod factory in China dropped its libel suit against two reporters over the weekend.
The iPod manufacturer at the heart of a furor over the treatment of workers in China has reduced the damages it is seeking from journalists.
After a much longer than expected delay, DDR2 has finally taken over as the most popular memory chip used in PCs.
Dell may have pulled out of the MP3 market and Creative settled with Apple, but competition from Nokia and others may spell trouble for the future of the iPod.