Article | 9/01/2009
Sony's new alarm clock brings music videos, photos
A new twist on the bedside alarm clock from Sony could wake you up with local news, weather, photos from friends and even unreleased videos from your ...
Article | 7/01/2009
Apple says goodbye to Macworld, without Jobs
There was a standing ovation at the Macworld Conference and Expo this year, but it wasn't for Steve Jobs or a hot new Apple product.
Article | 6/01/2009
ZuneGate '08: what really happened!
Here's the deal. Microsoft botched the code in the firmware for its Zune 30GB handheld players. Like a ticking time bomb, the problem started explodin...
Article | 5/01/2009
Vinyl record sales double in '08, CDs down
Audiophiles have long argued that vinyl records offer better sound quality compared to CDs or MP3s, but their stoic loyalty in the face of change was ...
Article | 2/01/2009
Zune chokes on leap-year bug
Microsoft's Zune 30GB music player just wasn't ready for a leap year.
Article | 30/12/2008
iPod Touch browser share triples
Apple's iPod Touch over the last four days has almost tripled its share of the browser market compared to the first 24 days of December, according to ...
Article | 20/12/2008
Edit Photos on Your iPhone With Photogene
The iPhone lacks any photo editing or manipulation of any kind. All you can do is take 'em, look at 'em, and save 'em. That's where Photogene comes in...
Article | 17/12/2008
Intel to show devices that bring Internet to TV
In an effort to personalize the TV, Intel on Monday said it will show off prototype devices that bring the Internet to the TV viewing experience.
Article | 11/12/2008
Zune phone makes sense, but politics could prevent it
They're back: rumours of an impending Zune phone announcement from Microsoft, this time probably at CES.
Article | 26/11/2008
Beatles face iTunes Delay, but Zeppelin's rocking online
The Beatles may not be ready for iTunes, but another legend from the world of rock 'n' roll is diving deeper into the digital age.
Article | 11/11/2008
MGM to show some content on YouTube
YouTube made one of its first deals with a major studio to stream full-length films, but the agreement offers only very limited content and may not be...
Article | 6/11/2008
Apple response on Norwegian iTunes case fails to impress
Apple has responded to the Norwegian Consumer Ombudsman's plan to bring an iTunes case before the country's Market Council, but Apple's answer hasn't ...
Article | 5/11/2008
iPod meets vacuum tubes in new audio system
If you're old enough, you probably remember fondly the warm glow of vacuum tubes from inside the family television or radio but likely don't wish for ...
Article | 3/11/2008
Harvard professor challenges RIAA anti-piracy campaign
A Harvard law professor has opened a new front in the battle between the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and alleged music pirates by...
Article | 22/10/2008
LG to switch PDP production space to solar cells
LG Electronics plans to construct two new production lines for solar cells in space currently occupied by a PDP (plasma display panel) manufacturing l...
Article | 21/10/2008
Samsung claims thinnest LCD crown with 7.9mm screen
A tenth of a millimeter might not seem like much, but in the competitive world of flat-panel televisions it's enough for Samsung to steal the thinnest...
Article | 17/10/2008
Music industry optimistic about digital future
The music industry is going through a lot of changes as it tries to grapple with the move to digital, but these days it is much more upbeat about the ...
Article | 15/10/2008
m.Net to build Fox Sports mobile site
Premier Media Group [PMG], owner of the Fox Sports Channel, has appointed m.Net to build a dedicated mobile site for Fox Sports Australia.
Article | 8/10/2008
RealNetworks asks judge to lift restraining order
RealNetworks has asked a federal judge to lift a temporary restraining order that has blocked the company from selling its RealDVD movie copying softw...
Article | 1/10/2008
SanDisk launches world’s largest capacity micro memory cards
SanDisk this week announced the launch of the world’s largest capacity microSDHC and Memory Stick Micro (M2) cards -- the first cards of their kind to...