Music retailer HMV is expecting its online business to account for a fifth of its sales within the next three years and will launch its own social networking site to drive sales.
There may be a compromise in the works between music webcasters and a group that represents performers and record companies over an upcoming rate increase for playing music over Internet radio.
Users are being advised to upgrade to newer versions of the RealPlayer and Helix Player multimedia products because of a critical security flaw.
Ten years ago this week Sony launched its first Vaio laptop computers. The PCG-705 and 707 went on sale in Japan on July 1 and were followed quickly by a desktop PC, as Sony tried to show the world that a consumer electronics company could make comp...
Each 8GB iPhone sold by Apple puts US$333 more in the till than the device cost to build, a market research company said Tuesday after tearing apart the new phone.
Devon Townsend, a former employee of the Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, has pleaded guilty to stalking Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington and to unlawful access to stored communications.
Mozilla Monday unveiled the last planned alpha update to Firefox 3.0 before it brings the new browser into the daylight of beta testing.
Ubuntu Linux founder Mark Shuttleworth has declared more publicity would be generated for open source software if the three large desktop projects of KDE, GNOME, and OpenOffice.org agreed on a common and regular release cycle.
Efforts to unlock Apple's iPhone continued on Monday, with hackers claiming "very significant progress."
When Apple introduced the latest version of its Safari browser two weeks ago, it took the hacking community just hours to start reporting bugs in the beta code. On Friday, the iPhone is likely to get even closer scrutiny from many of the same securit...
Some AIM users are angry about a recent alert message AOL displays on their screens urging them to upgrade to the newest version of the instant messaging software.
IPhone users across the U.S. were complaining Monday that AT&T's wireless data network was down.
A familiar name in computer motherboards, Asustek Computer, will split into three companies by January to separate its name brand product business from its contract manufacturing operations, it said Monday.
The ability to view and upload videos to YouTube is coming to some LG Electronics mobile phones later this year.
A new phishing scam targeting Apple iPhone fans is circulating an effort to draw users to a malicious Web site which distributes a payload of obfuscating malware instead of the coveted gadget.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
The Fujitsu LifeBook UH574 allowed for great mobility without being obnoxiously heavy or clunky. Its twelve hours of battery life did not disappoint.
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