Toshiba is showing three yet-to-be-launched HD DVD recorders at this week’s Ceatec show in Japan.
eBay’s CISO says phishers are using Linux to conduct their online attacks.
A spinoff from Sony plans to sell a range of high-end FED monitors in 2009.
Google is adding Postini e-mail management services to its Apps Premier Web hosted suite.
IPhone competitors are highlighting their open platforms after renewed criticism of the iPhone's largely closed development environment.
The US has overtaken France as the number one place where fraudsters can covert UK credit and debit card details into cash.
Adobe previewed a new tool to help designers build RIAs code-named Thermo.
Microsoft's Office Live Workspace will let you work on Office files remotely, using the Firefox Web browser.
Samsung and Bang & Olufsen unveiled their latest joint music-mobile phone, Serenata, a rival to the iPhone.
Hackers have released instructions for rolling back a recent iPhone firmware update that broke hacked phones.
Nokia agreed to buy digital mapping company Navteq for $8.1 billion, supporting a plan to add navigation capabilities to more of its devices.
Adobe is releasing a beta version of its Media Player and is making other related announcements.
U.K. band Radiohead will let fans choose how much they want pay for downloads of its next album, a new approach to online music sales.
Skype co-founder Niklas Zennstrom has given up his CEO title for a spot on the eBay unit's board of directors as its non-executive chairman.
Adobe releases developer technologies as part of its plan to promote AIR among developers.