European consumer groups have joined forces to step up pressure on Apple to loosen its DRM policy.
Skype founders have given their online TV service a new name, Joost, and plan to let more people test the software.
Delegates have gathered in Nairobi to begin week-long talks on how to reduce the use of toxic substances found in PCs and cell phones.
German policy makers are calling for stricter rules, if not an outright ban, on the distribution of violent software games.
Adobe has agreed to acquire Actimagine, a French developer of video and interactive vector graphics technology.
Leica and Hasselblad used the Photokina imaging show in Cologne, Germany, to launch several digital cameras.
Fierce competition in the imaging market has prompted many manufacturers to announce their new products ahead of Photokina.
Microsoft has filed 20 lawsuits against resellers believed to have been distributing unauthorized copies of its software.
Japan's TDK has developed a single-sided recordable blue laser disc with a capacity of 200GB.
Key backers of the new Blu-ray optical storage technology turned out in force at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin.
Lufthansa in-flight Internet service is about to be grounded and the company isn’t happy.
Google will distribute ad-supported video content from Viacom International's MTV Networks to Web sites in its extensive advertising network.
A higher German court has upheld a decision to ban the sale of used software licenses, in a case involving a subsidiary of Oracle.
Sprint Nextel launched a mobile phone service allowing parents to track their children with the help of GPS technology.
German researchers,are claiming to have developed the world's first transparent OLED pixels.