Sony Ericsson, LG and Samsung have all caught "iPhoneitis," joining in on one of the hottest trends at the Mobile World Congress -- touch-based user interfaces.
Microsoft has cleared the lower-priced versions of Windows Vista for use with virtualization programs such as Parallels Desktop and VMWare Fusion.
New rules in the US from Jan 1 will prohibit air passengers from packing spare laptop batteries in their checked luggage.
AOL will end support for Netscape browsers on Feb. 1, 2008.
The pressure's on for this year's Consumer Electronics Show not to get overshadowed by Macworld Expo, after the iPhone grabbed the spotlight from last year's event.
Elizabeth Montalbano's new iPhone has changed the way she lives.
Stragglers and tightwads boosted online sales last week.
The Queen's Christmas message, an annual greeting from Queen Elizabeth II to her subjects, will be available on YouTube for the first time this year.
The FTC's approval of Google's acquisition of DoubleClick may bring more light to privacy concerns, some experts say.
Sharp and Toshiba are discussing an alliane that promises to shape up the LCD industry, according to a Japanese newspaper report.
OLPC has struggled to realize its vision of giving $100 laptops to kids in developing countries, plagued with distribution, supply and localization issues.
The U.S. FTC says it will not block Google's acquisition of DoubleClick.
Apple's entry into the mobile phone market and Google's forthcoming Android platform stand to shake things up in a market that's been dominated by Palm, Symbian and RIM.
Two privacy groups repeat their call for the U.S. FTC to impose privacy conditions on Google's acquisition of DoubleClick.
Adobe reported a strong finish to the year, with both revenue and profit for its fourth quarter up more than 20 percent.