An extension to browser Firefox will suggest cheaper prices for products you browse on the internet.
A blogger claims Dell is set to announce its first mobile phone in the next few days, initially aimed at the massive Chinese market.
Sony's new Party-shot cameras can now do everything automatically - including deciding when to take pictures.
Following the much-publicized deletion of George Orwell's 1984 and Animal Farm, anti-DRM campaigner Defective By Design (DBD) has started a petition challenging Amazon's stance on the control and monitoring of digitized content.
Nikon today announced a new twist for compact digital cameras. The
company’s new Coolpix S1000pj integrates a tiny projector that can
display slideshows or videos with a size of up to 40 inches.
The world's first Welsh touch-screen mobile phone containing more than 44,000 Welsh words will be available from Orange next month.
Samsung has expanded its LED lineup with the 1080p 8500 HDTV. The new 46 and 56-inch models are reportedly capable of a 7,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for "extreme" detail and image depth.
A real estate firm is suing a tenant after she complained about mold in her apartment via Twitter.
A new iPhone application allows US users to check for nearby sex offenders anywhere in the US.
Another Monday, another Apple tablet rumor. A new report opens the week
with an Apple tablet device rumor that claims the company may be aiming
for a September launch. This time it is the Financial Times (FT) that
the tablet will be a digital entertainment device that will be
“fabulous” for watching movies. It may be time to cut out Starbucks for
a few weeks again and start saving money for Apple’s next gadget.
Motorola has launched a new application accelerator program for Android.
Palm has released the latest version of webOS 1.1 bringing in a number of changes and improvements and - cough - accidentally re-enabling iTunes synching for owners of the Pre smartphone.
An iPhone developer and hacker says that the gizmos are about as useful as a chocolate teapot for corporations and government agencies because the encryption is too weak.
Apple's exclusive deal with AT&T might not be having the desired effect on iPhone sales.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration tried to sit on studies which proved that cellphone use presented a significant danger to drivers.
Apple has conceded that a decline in "traditional" iPod sales could be
attributed to "cannibalization" by the wildly popular iPhone and iPod
Touch. Indeed, the company sold 5.2 million iPhones during Q3,
representing a staggering 626% growth over the year-ago quarter.
Meanwhile, sales of the iPod Touch increased by an impressive 130%.
However, the time of the iPod may be fading as the iPhone may have
generated more revenue than the iPod family for the first time.
Barnes & Noble is going after Amazon with what the company claims
is the world’s largest eBook store, holding more than 700,000 titles.
Even more interesting, Barnes & Noble said that it will have
exclusive rights to distribute Plastic Logic’s fantastic reader device,
which may be the Kindle’s biggest threat today.
Hackers might have worked out a way of turning mobile phones into a botnet of zombies, warns security firm.
A man claims that Apple has helped the Mafia to send the digital equivalent of a horse's head to iPod owners who the mob did not like.
Toshiba may finally concede in the high-def disc format war if we
believe a media report claiming that the company may roll out its first
Blu-ray player before the end of the year. Of course, if true, this was
not so much a technology issue as the company has had access to Blu-ray
products since early 2006, but a strategic and certainly emotional
decision to give in to the format it so hard tried to beat.