A U.K. startup is offering a flat-rate music service that can run on most mobile phones being manufactured today.
Consumers planning to buy the iPhone at the end of the month in the US will need an iTunes Store account to activate the device.
Users of Google Calendar can now access their schedules from their mobile phones.
Globally, 35 percent of software installed on PCs in 2006 was obtained illegally, amounting to $40 billion in lost revenue, a study says.
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.
Analysts say a possible acquisition or merger involving Microsoft and Yahoo is only a matter of time in the wake of Google's aggressive growth.
Providers of online music services in Europe should benefit from a new one-stop-licensing service.
The BlackBerry push e-mail service from RIM appears to have suffered a massive system failure starting on the West Coast of the U.S.
A Norwegian political party has called on the government to ban DRM (digital rights management) technology and legalize file-sharing.
Google has acquired software teams to broaden its expertise in the areas of interactive video game advertising and statistics visualization.
Google could be working on designing its own mobile phone, according to a job posting on its Web site.
YouTube users will soon be able to view news, TV series, documentaries and other programs from the BBC.
The CEO of T-Mobile International doesn't expect mobile VOIP to have a significant impact on mobile telephony.
Mobile entertainment services revenue could soar in the next five years, new market research says.
The Norwegian government has given Apple until March 1 to agree to free its iTunes music store from its iPod media player or face legal consequences.