Intel is about to announce a major deal to supply Nokia with chips for its range of phones.
Apple says it has sold over one million iPhone 3GS models in three days and that six million customers have downloaded the new iPhone 3.0 software since its release.
Following serious problems in activating upgraded iPhones last week - which are still continuing according to reports over the weekend - Apple is offering a cash apology to compensate frustrated users.
Japanese wire nikkei.net reports on a chair which is a puzzle wrapped in an impenetrable enigma.
A new trade-in service for third generation iPhones could generate enough trade-in cash to cover an upgrade to the new 3G S iPhone with money left over.
IBM plans to invest $100 million over the next five years in a new program to improve mobile services.
Ninety percent of US adults are frustrated by others' etiquette - or lack of it - when using laptops, netbooks and phones, says a Intel survey.
Eye-Fi has debuted a wireless SDHC memory card for digital cameras that allows users to upload pictures directly to a PC or the Internet. Eye-Fi Pro also offers RAW image support as well as peer-to-peer connectivity for a direct connection between the camera and a computer.
DivX and Panasonic have launched the world's first DivX certified portable Blu-ray Disc player.
A prominent blogger has claimed that Apple may release an upgraded iPhone with extended battery life, enhanced speed and improved video capabilities. According to John Gruber of Daring Fireball, the new device could be named iPhone 3GS.
As many as three million households in the US are likely to find they won't be able to watch The Simpsons this Friday as analog TV services will be switched off.
A survey of 112,000 teens in 30 markets around the world shows that Nokia is still the number one mobile phone brand, but its market share is falling.
Apple is rumored to be planning an iPod nano that includes a digital camera.
The Wireless Power Consortium said that Samsung, Duracell, Hosiden and Leggett & Platt have joined the group.
Opinion – Microsoft can’t be serious. It took the company two years to come up with a product that now looks can be serious rival to Apple’s iPod Touch. And even if it appears to be a solid product and the best Zune yet, it is the media player Microsoft should have had three years ago. It seems that the Zune HD is way too late to the party, again, and lacks features that may be able to tempt users to switch.
Microsoft has confirmed that it will release the Zune HD media player, a new member in the Zune family aimed squarely at Apple’s iPod Touch.
Apple has started issuing fashion advice to its users. "Try wearing different clothes," it says. "Try clothes with natural fibers". It even recommends using hand lotion.
A consortium has formed to promote a memory specification for DRAM including two of the bigger DRAM firms, Hynix and Samsung along with LG Electronics and Silicon Image.
Sony has launched three new digital SLR cameras aimed at first-time buyers looking to step up from point-and-shoot cameras.
Opinion – I am all for exposing Apple and its expensive products and
exaggerated marketing claims, some of which could be considered
flat-out lies. There’s enough opportunity for rivals to effectively
attack Apple, but would someone explain to me Microsoft’s thoughts and
strategy. Someone must have a lot of fun sabotaging Microsoft’s
anti-Apple ads. There is no other explanation for this latest ad,
another Zune vs. iPod disaster.