Security experts said that Apple's Leopard operating system needs work
News Corp. and NBC Universal Monday debuted their joint-venture online video service Hulu.com with a private beta adding a new rival to Google's YouTube.
Google may announce within weeks that it will launch a mobile phone applications platform by mid-2008, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Apple is accepting only credit or debit card payments for iPhones, according to Apple Store employees, in an effort to curb people from unlocking the device.
Big crowds turned out at Apple Stores across the country as soon as Mac OS X 10.5 became available at 6 p.m. local time Friday.
AMD's merger with graphics chip maker ATI remains on track despite plenty of other distractions.
The update to Apple’s Mac OS X operating system, called Leopard, went on sale at the Apple Store in Tokyo on Friday evening, part of a global launch that will unfold around the world over the next 24 hours.
Intel on Thursday is expected to open a new factory to accelerate the production of chips using 45-nanometer manufacturing process.
SanDisk is suing 25 companies, including LG, over patents used in removable flash storage products including MP3 players and USB flash drives.
Microsoft has landed a deal to buy a minority stake in Facebook and provide more advertising services to it.
Microsoft is dropping its remaining appeals of the European Commissions antitrust ruling.
Intel agreed to pay $250 million to Transmeta to settle a patent-infringment lawsuit.
AT&T announced a Napster over-the-air mobile music service.
The U.S. DOJ will not seek to extend the restrictions placed on Microsoft’s business practices following its antitrust settlement in 2002.
AT&T filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Vonage.