Sony is developing a wireless data transfer system for gadgets that is capable of sending pictures, video and data over a range of a few centimeters.
The Nintendo Wii brought gesture control to game play, and it seems very likely that you'll soon be seeing variations on the idea in a lot more consumer products.
In a departure for the Consumer Electronics Show, the keynote address on Tuesday came from a company that doesn't build any consumer electronics products.
Microsoft has no plans to add HD DVD capabilities to its Xbox console, despite rumors to contrary.
A week before Macworld San Francisco -- the trade show where Apple usually trots out new headline-grabbing hardware -- the company Tuesday unveiled a retooled Mac Pro desktop machine and a new Xserve server, calling them the fastest Macintoshes ever.
Much like the music video changed radio and television, the Personal Internet is going to revolutionize the entertainment industry.
The BBC presenter Jeremy Clarkson has lost £500 after publishing his bank details in a British newspaper in a naive attempt to prove that the UK's largest ever data breach was a storm in a tea cup.
Breaking an unwritten code of conduct, security researchers at SkyRecon Systems said that a password vulnerability they had reported to Microsoft will be patched by the developer later Tuesday.
Google and Apple don't have major booths on the floor of the CES trade show, but they are very much on the minds of their competitors.
As small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) save more data and rely on it more, they are turning to networked storage even under the burden of limited budgets and IT expertise.
Virtualization will have the single largest impact on budgets for IT hardware and support over the next three years, a market that will be dominated by three large vendors, says a new study.
As the United States' presidential candidates pinball their way across New Hampshire on the day of the state's closely watched primary elections, a new form of grassroots activism appears to be taking root across the Atlantic, in Eastern Europe, that...
Hewlett-Packard Tuesday announced that it plans to reduce energy consumption of its personal computers by 25% within two years.
McAfee has warned investors that the "ambiguous" nature of open source licensing could turn into a business threat.
Nearly one-fourth of companies surveyed by ChangeWave Research are now using Web 2.0-social networking software in some form, and another 8 percent intend to do so within the next year.
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