The next round of legal proceedings against alleged music mass piracy has begun. AllofMP3.com has become the latest example, with looming lawsuits from Arista Records, Warner Bros, Capitol Records, and more, aiming to take down the site.
Intel will launch a pricing campaign in the second quarter of 2007, with the price for the Core 2 Quad Q6600 processor falling to $530, according to industry sources.
Although there are many opinions about the demand outlook for NAND flash, one thing for certain is that there seems to be no short-term change in the downward price trend for NAND flash.
Growth in U.S. PC sales pulled back in the third quarter of this year, from year-over-year gains of more than 5% in the first half of the year to flat sales in the third quarter. IDC believes that "poor vendor performance" as well as a "slower pace of replacements" are to blame for the decline in market growth.
The news of ineffective Wii straps causing controllers to go flying during intense game play, followed by a voluntary recall of all straps currently in circulation, has led to - you guessed it - a class-action lawsuit.
Adding to the previous class-action lawsuit brought against Sony because of the anti-piracy software that it hid in its music CDs last year, suits from California and Texas were settled today, calling for Sony to pay more than $1.5 million.
VIA Technologies is restructuring its business and taking aim at the Ultra-Mobile PCs (UMPCs) market, with the company expecting solid growth in the segment in 2007, according to VIA Technologies president and CEO, Wen-chi Chen.
ViewSonic said recently that its LCD monitors have won certification for the Windows Vista operating system (OS) and Chi Mei will soon also join the ranks of LCD monitor vendors with Vista certification, according to the companies.
The MPO Group will pay several million dollars to Microsoft after the company pirated thousands of copies of Microsoft's Exchange and SQL Server CDs. Through its Thailand factory, MPO burned 20,000 illegal copies of Microsoft's software, complete with forged documentation and licenses.
Cray today said that it has raised $81.3 million in a public offering of 8,625,000 shares of common stock at a price of $10.00 per share.
Hitachi is trying to put itself in a better position that enables the company to better capitalize on the booming hard drive market.
Nielsen Netratings today released updated numbers of the U.S. search market. Google still leads the ranking with a comfortable lead, but Yahoo is not giving up easily.
Despite a strong outlook for DRAM 2007, some memory packaging and testing houses are conservative about expanding their capacity, raising the possibility of a shortage in back-end production, according to industry sources.
Apple, a company that is new to the video delivery business, has never been involved with the traditional carriers, and has instead elected to assist their customers with viewing iTunes-purchased video content on their HDTVs (high-definition televisions) with a product code-named "iTV."
Store gift cards are popular presents during this holiday season, but did you know that companies are raking in huge profits because shoppers aren't cashing them in. According to a survey done by Consumer Reports, gift cards are the second most popular gift, just behind clothing, but almost one billion dollars of cards have gone unused from last year.
Dell said on Friday that the company has has received a letter from Nasdaq stating that it was not in compliance with listing requirements because it failed to files its its fiscal Q3 report in time.
Google has partnered up with domain name registration services GoDaddy.com and eNom to resell domain names for $10. The names will be sold as part of the sign-up process for Google's 'Apps for Your Domain' service which is a set of hosted communication tools.
$555 million bribery scandal at German conglomerate Siemens is threatening its agreement with Nokia to combine their fixed and mobile network infrastructure businesses in a 50-50 joint venture, a deal both companies regard as crucial to react to the consolidation of the industry and the rise of low-cost competitors from China.
Sony has been outed by bloggers who have discovered the maker of exploding batteries has been running a fake PSP fan site.
Warner Bros. is making its way into the video gaming industry with the purchase of a 10.3% share in SCi, parent company of video game developer Eidos, which is mainly know for its Tomb Raider series.