Harman Kardon's new AVR 3600 receiver includes The Bridge III, an iPod and iPhone interface that plays back HD video.
Skype, the popular VoIP service, is now available on the iPhone in Canada.
Palm's new Pixi debuts today; the smaller webOS phone will be in stores in time for the holidays.
Disney Interactive has hired Bungie Software co-founder Alex Seropian to oversee creative development.
Cloud storage vendor Backblaze has revealed its design of the 67 terabyte "storage pods" it uses for its cloud storage system, enabling anyone with the gumption to create one themselves.
Sonnet is offering new versions of its D400Q and R400Q four-bay RAID storage systems with integrated RAID 5 support.
Amazon.com is trying to make amends to Kindle users affected by a remote deletion of a book back in July by offering to give them back the book or a $30 gift certificate.
Bust-a-Move, the classic match-three puzzle action game that first came to arcades back in 1994, is now available in an enhanced version for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Gameloft has released Modern Combat: Sandstorm, a new first person shooter (FPS) for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Konami Digital Entertainment has released a new go kart racing game for the iPhone and iPod touch featuring Konami characters.
Brother has rolled out five new printers, including three new all-in-ones; all use LED technology to print color output at up to 600 x 2400 dpi resolution.
Enigmo 2, a sequel to Pangea Software's best-selling iPhone game, is now available.
CrossOver Games 8 is now compatible with new Windows games and sports various improvements for existing ones.
Kodak has introduced two new all-in-one inkjet printer models that work with the Mac -- one has built-in Wi-Fi.
Panasonic has introduced a new Lumix DMC-GF1 camera that uses interchangeable lenses, but isn't a "true" DSLR.