The American Consumer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) shows Apple remains in the lead of personal computer manufacturers, though its standing has slipped since last year.
Twenty-five percent of all songs sold in the U.S. come from iTunes, according to a new report from The NPD Group.
EVE Online's maker, CCP, is branching out to the console market with a new game called Dust 514.
The new ProSafe 8-Port VPN Firewall is a Web-configurable firewall for small business with eight Gigabit Ethernet ports and a host of security features.
Verbatim's new portable hard drive features a built in status display that works regardless of whether the drive is connected to a computer.
By announcing its support for the open ePub standard for its line of e-book readers, Sony gives consumers an increasingly attractive option in the burgeoning e-book market.
Amazon's recent moves with the Kindle recall some of the decision Apple made with the iTunes Store and iPods. And that's not a good thing for consumers, Peter Cohen says.
Mad Monkey Studios plans to leverage the performance of the iPhone 3GS to make upcoming games -- to the exclusion of older iPhones.
Microsoft has posted an update to Office 2008 to help it open Open XML-formatted documents.
Doxie is a new document and photo scanner coming out this November with Mac and Windows support straight out of the box.
Glide Engage is a new element of Glide Online's cloud-based service with an emphasis on social networking.
Intuit has released GoPayment for iPhone, to let iPhone-using merchants process credit card transactions straight from their iPhone.
QuarkXPress 8.1 improves PDF output with native transparency support; Quark Publishing System also gets improvements.
Poser 8, Smith Micro's 3D character creation software, undergoes major changes in its version 8 release.
WebGL is a new open standard proposed by the same group that manages the OpenGL specification.