Wi-Fi chip shipments will soar to 300 million [m] this year, the Wi-Fi Alliance predicted.
Nokia will launch a new service next year that allows people who buy certain phones to download music for free for a year after they purchase the device.
Facebook’s Beacon doesn’t limit its tracking to Facebook users — it tracks everyone in the Beacon partner sites.
Google integrates AIM into its Gmail Web mail client.
Intel, AMD want to end x86 price war, an iSuppli survey said.
Vivendi plans to acquire a majority stake in games publisher Activision and merge the company with its own gaming unit to form a massive video games publisher.
Attackers are trying to exploit an unpatched vulnerability in Apple's QuickTime software.
AT&T will exit the pay-phone business by the end of next year.
Google is thinking about changing its Street View map feature to protect the privacy of those who appear in its photographs.
Ed Zander will give up his job as the CEO of Motorola at the end of the year, the company announced Friday.
As ISPs constrict file-sharing services such as Bittorrent, new data shows that users are moving to file-hosting Web sites to avoid the bandwidth lockdown.
Google has been given an extension until January to reply to a patent infringement lawsuit brought by Northeastern University.
A Massachusetts company has sued the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Association for patent infringement, charging the project with stealing its designs for a multilingual keyboard.
Online shoppers in the U.S. set a record for one-day sales on Cyber Monday, racking up $733 million in purchases, comScore Networks said Tuesday.
Mozilla has released Firefox 220.127.116.11, fixing a widely publicized flaw in the open-source software.