Yahoo has made no decision about Microsoft’s takeover bid and is considering a wide range of alternatives, CEO Jerry Yang told staff in an e-mail Wednesday.
Microsoft has cleared the lower-priced versions of Windows Vista for use with virtualization programs such as Parallels Desktop and VMWare Fusion.
Mitchell Baker has stepped down as the CEO of Mozilla Corporation and named John Lilly, chief operating officer, as the new CEO.
New rules in the US from Jan 1 will prohibit air passengers from packing spare laptop batteries in their checked luggage.
Opera’s antitrust complaint may bring tougher remedies on Microsoft than the earlier case involving media players.
The French designer Philippe Starck proclaimed Amazon's Kindle e-book reader "almost modern" but "a bit sad."
The Le Web 3 conference kicked off in Paris Tuesday with a discussion about the dark side of Web 2.0.
Nokia unveiled an ambitious plan on Tuesday to move beyond cell phones and deeper into the world of Internet services.
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.
Ed Zander will give up his job as the CEO of Motorola at the end of the year, the company announced Friday.
Google has been given an extension until January to reply to a patent infringement lawsuit brought by Northeastern University.
Some people who bought the iPhone in the U.K. since it went on sale there on Nov. 9 are complaining of a weak or no signal from O2's network.
The U.S. DOJ will not seek to extend the restrictions placed on Microsoft’s business practices following its antitrust settlement in 2002.
The head of Universal Music is enlisting partners for a new music service that will seek to undermine Apple's iTunes, a report Friday said.
Nokia agreed to buy digital mapping company Navteq for $8.1 billion, supporting a plan to add navigation capabilities to more of its devices.