Apple’s Steve Jobs has written a public letter to upset iPhone owners and he is now offering a $100 store credit to people who bought iPhones more than 14 days ago.
HP launched two new cell phones this week, the latest move for the company as it expands beyond traditional computing equipment.
A $200 price drop for Apple's iPhone may be good news for budgeted consumers, but there's plenty of criticism to be found over the same move.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) today announced its long awaited gaming rig that had been in development with the help of the firm's boutique PC builder for some time. Blackbird goes head to head with Dell's XPS performance desktops.>> In Pictures: HP Blackbird 002
Intel announced today their quad-core Clovertown server CPUs will receive a new stepping from B3 to G0, which brings some new abilities including lower power consumption.
Coinciding with the release of a 160 GB iPod, Toshiba today announced a 160 GB 1.8" hard drive, which will be available with a CE-ATA interface later this year.
Not too many people in this world can hold a crowd as well as Apple’s Steve Jobs and for one hour today he wowed thousands with a bigger and brighter iPod lineup, along with a new ringtone maker.>> In Pictures: Apple's new iPods
Santa Clara (CA) – Five days ahead of the launch of AMD's Barcelona processor, Intel today announced its 65 nm Xeon 7300/7200 series, the latest and final product based on the company's Core microarchitecture.
Ottawa (CA) – Corel has released a new version of Paint Shop Pro, a $100 image editing package that offers a taste of features typically only available in much more expensive applications, such as support for high-dynamic range pictures.
Research Triangle Park (NC) – If you are planning on spending $5000 for a notebook, there's a good chance that you are looking for a gaming system and you probably will not be checking what Lenovo is offering. But if you have $5000 to spend on a fancy business notebook, the limited Thinkpad Reserve Edition is worth a look.
Microsoft's rival to the universal Flash media format, Silverlight, is now officially available, marking the beginning of what could be a heated Web video format war.