CBS has agreed to pay $1.8 billion in cash for online media company CNET Networks in a deal that has the backing of both companies' boards.
Google has begun scanning the streets and buildings of Paris to expand its Street View service.
France Télécom does not plan to change the price it charges for Apple’s iPhone until a new model is on the market.
Sony is offering to remove some of the trial software it crams onto the hard disks of new laptops -- for a fee.
Google continued to increase its share of the U.S. search market in February, widening the gap that Microsoft hopes to fill by buying Yahoo.
Google's proposed acquisition of DoubleClick does not pose a significant threat to competition in the European online advertising market, the European Commission said Tuesday. However, it reminded the companies that they also have an obligation to respect European Union legislation on the privacy of personal data, one of the grounds on which opponents lobbied to block the merger.
Google's Android software platform for mobile phones is coming to life in Barcelona, with a number of chip manufacturers showing it running on prototype or proof-of-concept phones at the Mobile World Congress on Monday.
The European Commission has given mobile network operators until July 1 to cut the cost of using mobile data services while travelling abroad, or face regulation.
Nokia has offered to buy Trolltech, the Norwegian developer of a widely used application framework, for 844 million Norwegian kroner (US$153 million) in cash. Nokia hopes the Trolltech development team will give its own software efforts a boost.
Sony-BMG will offer DRM-free versions of 37 albums for download from Jan. 15. The albums will sell for $12.99.
LG Electronics and Netflix will work to develop a set-top box that can stream movies over the Internet directly onto a television screen.
Google's browser toolbar is back in court on patent infringement charges, after a U.S. court of appeals overturned part of a lower court decision. Google's AdSense contextual advertising service, though, is in the clear.
A French court has ruled that Amazon must stop offering free delivery on books in France, or pay fines of €1,000 a day.
Orange sold 30,000 iPhones in the five days following its launch in France.
T-Mobile Germany is free to sell Apple's iPhone locked to its network and with a two-year service contract, a Hamburg court has ruled.