Nintendo's Game Boy Advance titles will soon be playable on a portable in-car entertainment system.
Sandisk hopes to chip away at Apple iPod market share with new Sansa music players unveiled at CES.
Broadcom has developed a chip that will play both HD DVD and Blu-Ray video content with a single device.
Microsoft and Google have settled their differences over the hiring of Kai-Fu Lee as Google's head of research and development in China.
A new industry group is looking to replace VGA display interfaces with a new standard for connecting PCs to HDTVs.
IDC believes PC growth in 2006 will slow from the strong pace set during 2005.
RIM's CEO thinks the U.S. patent office will soon issue final rulings invalidating NTP's patents, making it hard to shut down the BlackBerry service.
HP plans to support both HD-DVD and Blu-ray Disc, changing its stance as an exclusive supporter of Blu-ray.
Processor makers AMD and IBM will reveal new details about their 65nm chip-making technology at a meeting in Washington Tuesday.
Hewlett-Packard Co.’s fourth-quarter revenue rose on strong growth in PC and server shipments, but restructuring charges and a decline in revenue from consumer printers hurt its profitability for the quarter.
Intel Corp. is expected to unveil two new desktop processors on Monday that come with hardware support for virtualization technologies, but users won't be able to take advantage of that technology for some time.
Dell Inc.'s third-quarter revenue and earnings came in short of the company's original expectations, as it had warned last week.
The unrest among Palm OS developers over Palm Inc.’s forthcoming Windows Mobile-based Treo smart phone has prompted Palm President and Chief Executive Officer Ed Colligan to pen a letter to Palm’s developer community with promises to continue releasing Palm OS products.
Papers are flying in legal offices around the world as a result of Advanced Micro Devices Inc.’s (AMD) antitrust lawsuit against Intel Corp., filed earlier this year. The case is not expected to come to trial until next year — assuming it isn’t settled by then — but lawyers for both sides are formulating their arguments as documents and data start to flow from the almost 40 hardware industry companies subpoenaed by AMD.
Weeks after announcing plans to ship the BlackBerry software with a forthcoming phone from Nokia Corp., Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) is expected to announce Monday that Palm Inc. will install the push e-mail software on the Treo 650 starting early next year.
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