Microsoft is aiming to capture 40 percent of the smartphone market with Windows Mobile by the year 2012, an executive said this week.
A week after Take-Two first announced that GTA IV had broken launch day records, the Guinness Book of World Records confirmed on Tuesday.
Japan's Pioneer plans to end production of plasma display panels as part of a restructuring program to return its operations to profit, it announced this week.
If 5,000 dedicated enterprise BlackBerry users attending Research in Motion's annual user conference, Wireless Enterprise Symposium, were expecting any red meat from Research in Motion Co-CEO Michael Lazaridis' opening keynote address, they went away...
The federal government will pour $270.7 million into regional broadband incentives, [[artid:58489466|two weeks|new]] after it attempted to use the funds for its National Broadband Network (NBN).
Facebook is accused of publishing rule-breaking adverts that push expensive loans to young people, it has emerged.
The European Commission confirmed it has received a complaint about Microsoft's business practices from a British government agency this week, but isn't following it up as it normally would with an antitrust complaint, according to a press officer.
Apple this week confirmed what everyone has expected for months: CEO Steve Jobs will kick off the company's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco on June 9 with a keynote address.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is reportedly mulling a proxy fight to oust Yahoo's board of directors, according to CNBC.
Trademark-holders have until May 20 to register their company and product names under the new .me domain, which is being marketed as a generic top-level domain by the country of Montenegro.
Roughly one-fifth of all US households are disconnected from the Internet and have never used e-mail, according to research firm Parks Associates.
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Apple said Tuesday it is adding episodes from HBO's original programming to its pay-to-view iTunes online store, and will charge US$1 more than the usual for some episodes.
IBM Tuesday unveiled a new blade server based on the Cell chip that was originally designed to run a video game console.
The vendor HyBlue says it can prevent the "cold boot" encryption hack discovered by Princeton researchers with a laptop security product announced Tuesday.
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