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.
A Taiwanese company has given the iPod a retro spin with a docking station that features an elegant 1940s-style valve amplifier.
Intel launched a new chipset for desktop computers on Tuesday, and vowed to take back market share lost to its main rival, AMD, by the end of the year.
The US patent office has overturned some, but not all, of the claims in Forgent Networks’ so-called JPEG patent.
Google will expand its advertising options by adding video ads to its arsenal. Advertisers in the US spent more than $12.5 billion last year.
Microsoft filed a countersuit Monday against Lucent Technologies, which sued Microsoft for allegedly using its patented technology in the Xbox 360.
Microsoft has acquired U.K. gaming company Lionhead Studios for an undisclosed amount, it said Thursday.
EBay has helped shut down a Russian Web site that was offering stolen customer account information for $5.
Published reports claim that Microsoft is developing a portable gaming device that also plays video and music.
Opera said it has not been approached for an acquisition by Google, and dismissed talk of such a move as rumor.