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.
Apple Computer and Dell have both delayed reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission due to ongoing investigations related to financial reporting.
Taking aim at a greater slice of the corporate computing pie, Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft said Wednesday they would join forces on a three-year, U$300 million effort to sell more software and service solutions to large enterprises where common rival IBM is a strong player.
In response to the reports last week that straps on the Wii remote were inadvertendly detaching from the controller, Nintendo today announced a voluntary recall for every Wii remote that has been shipped - more than 3.2 million.
The adoption of hard drives using perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR) technology has been slow so far, according to a report released by iSuppli, but will quickly increase in the fourth quarter and throughout 2007.
The world's largest manufacturers of LCD displays are being investigated for alleged price-fixing. Authorities from the United States Justice Department and their counterparts in Japan, Korea and Europe are looking into whether LCD companies colluded to raise prices during 2003 and 2004.
The case of a cop killing an unarmed man accused of stealing a PS3 added another twist this week. Right after the officer was indicted with murder, the grand jury came back and said there was a mistake and cleared the cop of all charges.
The CEO of Hewlett Packard is being asked why he cashed in $1.37 million of shares just before the false pretences scandal hit the fan.
Although Japanese DVD burner vendors have maintained strong ties with Taiwan OEMs, Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology (TSST) recently grabbed orders for DVD burners for Sony.
To clear out inventory, LG.Philips LCD recently starting quoting its 37" panels at $500 a piece.
Google has redesigned their Finance page and is including several new features including more chart data and a top movers sections. Currency and sector information is also displayed on the Finance homepage.
Financial consulting firm Ameriprise has reached a settlement with the state of Massachusetts over a case of widespread data theft that occurred because of a stolen laptop last year. The firm agreed to pay $25,000 to the state, as well as to hire a new security consultant.
LG.Philips LCD today issued a press release stating officials from the Korean Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) visited the panel maker's offices in Seoul, Korea as part of an investigation into possible anticompetitive conduct in the LCD industry.
Micron Technology today announced the acquisition of Avago Technologies' image sensor business.
Hewlett-Packard's chief financial officer Bill Wayman is calling it quits after being with the company for 37 years.
Research in Motion is jumping on the lawsuit gravy train by suing Samsung over its naming of the BlackJack phone. RIM thinks the BlackJack name is too close to its line of Blackberry email-fetching saying in the lawsuit that the name is a "false designation of origin" and dilutes the Blackberry trademark.
Quanta Computer shipped 2.2 million notebooks in November, up 10% from October's 2.0 million units, according to company sources.