Google's CEO said the company decided that a censored version of its search services in China would be a lesser evil than boycotting the country.
The judge presiding over NTP's patent dispute with RIM scheduled a Feb. 24 hearing on NTP's request for an injunction blocking BlackBerry service.
Worldwide shipments of personal computers registered a double-digit percentage increase in 2005, according to figures published Wednesday by two major market analysts.
Experian acquired comparison shopping site PriceGrabber.com for $485 million.
Tivo's TivoToGo service will soon expand to content that can be copied to an iPod or PlayStation Portable (PSP).
Chip-making underdog Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) edged past Intel Corp. last month in supplying processors for the U.S. retail PC market, according to a study by research firm Current Analysis Inc.
Sprint Nextel is launching an over-the-air music service, selling wireless song downloads for $2.50 per track.
AOL co-founder Steve Case resigned from Time Warner's board, saying he wants to devote more time to his new company, Revolution.
The U.S. Trade Representative's office launched an investigative process through the WTO to obtain information on China's IP enforcement efforts.
Google Inc.’s expansion into public Wi-Fi could be a boon to the embattled municipal broadband movement and presents intriguing new possibilities for the search giant, though putting the traditional carriers out of business isn’t likely to be one of them.
Google dominated this week's tech news headlines thanks to its new instant messaging service Google Talk, though the news had little effect on the company's astronomical stock price.
As it prepares to take over Macromedia Inc., Adobe Systems Inc. reassured Wall Street by turning in solid second-quarter financial results, with revenue and income hitting expectations and sales reportedly on target around the world.
Stacy Cowley looks at Nintendo’s first retail store, a showcase that’s reminiscent of Apple’s efforts.
Google Inc. continued extending its reach beyond the PC this week by acquiring social networking service Dodgeball.com, according to a note posted Wednesday on Dodgeball.com’s Web site. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. A Google spokesman confirmed the acquisition but declined further comment, saying the company is not yet ready to discuss its plans for Dodgeball.com.
Adobe Systems Inc.’s agreement to acquire Macromedia for approximately US$3.4 billion will give the company a formidable collection of Web publishing and document management software—and will place it squarely in the path of tools rival Microsoft.
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