Verizon announced that it has launched a new mobile TV service, bringing 24-hour programming of eight channels.
Though it's not on the scale of last year's Sony recall, Lenovo is forced to recall notebook batteries because of of an overheating problem.
Using your laptop while driving can be hazardous to your health as one Californian man found out.
Although it is not planned for release until June, Apple debuted the first iPhone commercial during the Academy Awards telecast on ABC last night.
Japanese customers will soon be able to pay for their fast food lunch without the use of cash or a credit card, thanks to a new partnership between McDonald's and Docomo, Japan's largest cell phone operator.
A European IT company is working on developing a new technology that would make paper boarding passes a thing of the past.
Culver City (CA) - Several camera makers are announcing new cameras in advance of next month's PMA convention and Canon is no exception. The company introduced the EOS-1D Mark III, which shoots 10.1-megapixel pictures at up to 10 frames per second. But the camera isn't just about bigger and faster because it also has "Live View" which allows you to preview shots, just like a point and shoot camera.
National Geographic and Playa del Rey, California-based Cellular Abroad have partnered up to deliver a pre-paid worldwide mobile phone.
Nikon has unveiled eight new consumer cameras in its Life, Style and Performance lines.
The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) group will be installing remote-kill switches to deter people from reselling their cheap laptops.
Quanta, a major Taiwanese notebook pc maker, has confirmed that it has received orders for one million units of its OLPC, more commonly referred to as the "$100 laptop".
Kodak today announced a partnership with Exclaim, which will enable the company to offer a new image printing service that aims to take advantage of the increasing image quality of pictures that are taken with cellphone cameras.
According to media reports, BMW will be the first car maker to include integration with the forthcoming iPhone.
Verizon today announced that it has added the first new TV channel of 2007 to its multimedia V Cast service, in a new partnership with BET Networks that brings many of the basic cable channel's shows to the mobile service for the first time.
The Veterans Administration has lost yet another laptop and this one contains a staggering 1.8 million records. Personnel at the Birmingham Alabama VA Medical Center lost the laptop on January 22, but the first reports didn’t come out until February 2nd.
The condensed version of Flash technology designed for cell phones will include support for video playback on mobile platforms with the new version of Flash Lite.
Barcelona (Spain) - At the 3GSM world conference today, Samsung is showing off what it claims is the world's thinnest consumer cell phone, at a thickness not much bigger than a layer of tree bark.
The U100, part of Samsung's Ultra Edition II line of sleek handsets, measures in at just 5.9 millimeters thick. That's about the same as a Type II Compact Flash card, and it's half as thick as what the iPhone is reported to be.
Redwood City (CA) - The name of the device is still in question as part of a legal controversy, but Apple's tentatively titled iPhone has already attracted the world's largest video game publisher, as Electronic Arts has announced initial plans to work on developing games for the new handset, reports Business Week.
Motorola has shown off a new bendable cell phone at the 3GSM conference in Barcelona. The Motorola Z8 is a slider-type phone that actually bends to take the shape of your head. Cnet has some of the first pictures.
Barcelona (Spain) – Research in Motion (RIM) today announced a new Blackberry smartphone. The new 8800 merges the form factor of the traditional Blackberry with the piano-black design of the 8100. The new phone comes with integrated GPS and a n illuminated “Pearl” trackball.
Other than the original 8100 Pearl, the 8800 tries to appeal to traditional Blackberry customers with a security-focused, but enhanced feature set. As the original Blackberry devices, the 8800 is wider than the 8100 and offers a full QWERTY keyboard.