UK police arrested a man who sold vouchers for buying music at the controversial website allofmp3.com.
Microsoft has launched a new round of talks with Yahoo about buying the search-engine company, according to reports in both the New York Post and Wall Street Journal.
CEOs must embrace Web 2.0 technologies, a Gartner analyst said Wednesday, but some CEOs were hesitant.
A Belgian court has upheld an earlier ruling that Google cannot post Belgian newspaper stories on Google News, but cut fines to €25,000 per day, from €1.5M.
Playing high-action video games for a few hours each day can improve your vision, according to researchers in the U.S.
A French games publisher has sued Microsoft for breach of contract over a mobile version of 'Halo.'
Revenue surged in RIM’s third quarter, helped by sales of its new Pearl device for consumers.
In an effort to create more "personalized" online banking, Intuit is to buy online banking services company Digital Insight for $1.4 billion.
Google has reached agreement with groups representing authors and photographers in Belgium that had objected to the way it displays their content on Google News.
Sony is taking a big loss on each PlayStation 3 it sells, but customers get a lot of computing power for little money, research company iSuppli said.
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry has announced new lawsuits against 8,000 people it suspects of illegal file sharing in 17 countries.
MSN Belgium is in talks with a group of national newspaper publishers over the rights to publish their content on its Web site.
Texas Instruments showed off new technology this week that could bring personal video recording capabilities to mobile phones next year.
Intel will announce a restructuring plan next week that could include thousands of layoffs, reports said.
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry is preparing a lawsuit against Yahoo China for abetting copyright infringement.