Details of Palm's new smart phone are emerging ahead of the product's launch on Wednesday.
Vodafone plans to launch several phones targeting holiday shoppers in Europe, including a high-end, touch-screen rival to the iPhone.
Sony Ericsson has selected Hideki Komiyama to succeed Miles Flint as CEO of the Japanese-Swedish joint venture, the company said Tuesday.
Deutsche Telekom confirms iPhone talks with Apple and expects European partners to be announced soon.
Apple has signed deals to sell its iPhone with operators in three of Europe's largest markets, according to a report in the Financial Times.
Few details are known about the iPhone's European launch, and lots of people have questions.
The need to reboot computers after installing a Windows upgrade triggered the outage of the Skype peer-to-peer VOIP network, the company said Monday.
A software bug has affected the Skype peer-to-peer network, preventing users in some parts of the world from connecting to its VOIP service.
Every third German plays computer games, according to a survey published Wednesday by the Bitkom association.
Universal Music Group is the latest major music label to test the waters with the sale of tunes that can be downloaded without copy protection software.
The Mozilla Foundation is thinking about creating a separate organization to oversee its Thunderbird e-mail application.
Strong wireless sales, including iPhone, help boost AT&T second-quarter earnings.
Google could drop the German version of its Gmail service if a proposed law is passed.
An Italian fashion designer debuted an outdoor jacket lined with integrated wearable electronics to charge portable devices.
Sony Ericsson Mobile will launch late Thursday six new phones, including a high-end Walkman-branded handset with around 9GB of internal Flash memory.
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