Panasonic is expanding its Lumix digital camera brand to cell phones and will unveil its first "Lumix Phone" at next week's Ceatec show in Japan.
Toshiba will unveil a 3D TV on Monday that doesn't require the viewer to wear glasses, it said late Tuesday.
Sharp will enter the e-book market this December with two Android-based readers that it hopes can sell a million units in their first year.
Engineers at Canon have created a digital image sensor with a resolution of 120-megapixels, the highest yet managed for a sensor of its size.
Toshiba plans to detail a breakthrough in data storage on Wednesday that it says lays the ground for hard drives with vastly higher capacity than today.
Much of the data used by Apple to allege kickbacks to a former manager came from a cache of emails found on his laptop, Apple said.
Electronics component suppliers that allegedly paid kickbacks to gain business from Apple declined to comment on the allegations when contacted on Monday.
Twitter passed another milestone on Saturday with the sending of tweet number 20 billion.
Amazon.com's announcement that it will launch a new version of its Kindle e-book reader in late August could further stoke a price battle between major players.
Panasonic showed for the first time on Wednesday a prototype lens for its Lumix DSLR cameras that will give them the ability to capture 3D still images.
Foursquare, the location-based social-networking service, registered its 100 millionth "check-in" on Monday evening, it said Tuesday.
Japan's Sharp plans to enter the increasingly competitive e-book reader market later this year with a device that can read a file format of its own
Apple has banned a developer from its App Store after fraudulent purchases of his applications were made from around 400 accounts, it said in a statement.
Amazon will launch on July 7 a new version of its Kindle DX that features a better screen and costs $110 less than the current model.
More than half a million Sony laptops sold this year contain a software bug that could lead them to overheat, the company said Wednesday.