Amazon.com will let copyright holders opt out of having their books read aloud on the company's Kindle 2 book reader.
Alaska Airlines has begun a trial of in-flight Wi-Fi.
A proposed U.S. law would require ISPs and possibly Wi-Fi router owners to store information about every user on their networks for two years.
Microsoft plans to open its own retail stores to "transform the PC and Microsoft buying experience."
The nonprofit National Safety Council on Monday called on all U.S. states to ban the use of cell phones while driving.
ComScore said U.S. online spending during this year's holiday season fell 3 percent, the first year-over-year drop since it began tracking e-commerce in 2001.
Apple’s stock fell, then rebounded, after a Gizmodo report that CEO Steve Jobs bowed out of next week’s Macworld Expo keynote because of declining health.
The FCC plans to revise a rule mandating backup power for cellular networks.
AT&T is eying Symbian as a possible single OS for its future smart phones.
Virgin America’s in-flight Wi-Fi service will launch on Monday for a beta test that is intended to last just one week before a planned commercial launch Dec. 1.
AT&T is capping the monthly bandwidth use of new DSL users in Reno, Nevada, to try out a system for reining in heavy network users.
Lower-income U.S. consumers are flocking to Apple’s iPhone, according to research company ComScore Mobile.
Applications are leading games in downloads from Google's Android Market.
The success of the iPhone and the emergence of new players (like the forthcoming Android phones) has motivated mobile carriers to give some ground when it comes to creating and selling mobile applications.
Hewlett-Packard will lay off about 24,600 employees over the next three years in an effort to streamline the company following...