Hitachi Global Storage Technologies plans to announce Monday it has developed technology that will quadruple the storage capacity of desktop hard drives within the next two years.
Security researchers hope to show how URI protocol handler flaws affect platforms like Linux and Mac OS X.
AOL will lay off about 20 percent of its workforce in the coming months.
The head of Universal Music is enlisting partners for a new music service that will seek to undermine Apple's iTunes, a report Friday said.
Mozilla said it plans to develop a browser for mobile phones.
The Associated Press filed a lawsuit against news aggregator Moreover, which is owned by VeriSign, charging copyright infringement.
Google plans to release a new version of its Search Appliance in the coming days that incorporates universal search into this enterprise search device.
Samsung Electronics has unveiled a refreshed line-up of three new cell phones that are targeted at music lovers.
Some small businesses may be shut out of upcoming wireless spectrum auctions in the US, some groups say.
The price of the most widely used DRAM fell 25 percent, which should lead to bargains for users.
Google has started to distribute ad-supported video clips via its AdSense ad network.
AT&T buys high-speed wireless spectrum for $2.5 billion.
RIAA won a key digital music file sharing case Thursday against a single mother, with a U.S. jury finding her guilty of copyright infringement.
Copyright advocates and electronic rights groups react to the verdict against a Minnesota woman found guilty of using the Kazaa peer-to-peer software to share music.
A spinoff from Sony plans to sell a range of high-end FED monitors in 2009.