Nokia slashed this week around 15 percent off from the price of its 3G phone model E65, one of the top sales and profit generators for the world’s largest cellphone maker, market data showed on Friday.
Italy launched on Thursday the auction for WiMAX licenses, a super-fast wireless broadband that can reach areas not connected by a traditional broadband network, the Communications Ministry said in a statement.
An action-adventure game, “Assassin’s Creed,” that lets players control a Crusades-era hitman stalking and killing his targets, is gearing up to be one of the biggest titles this holiday.
Nintendo’s hot Wii handheld console is adding a home fitness game to its arsenal before the key year-end gift season, pushing further into the increasingly lucrative health and lifestyle video game segment.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion said on Wednesday it will work with Eatoni Ergonomics Inc to develop a new text keyboard technology.
The move to notebook personal computers and mobile devices from desktop machines is happening faster than expected, especially in emerging markets, Dell Inc Chairman Michael Dell said on Wednesday.
The head of the Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday brushed aside proposals by Verizon Wireless to modify open-platform rules that the agency plans to impose in a January auction of key wireless spectrum.
Adobe Systems, whose software is used by millions of people to read documents sent over the Internet, said some of its programs contain a flaw that makes personal computers vulnerable to attack.
IBM and Linden Labs, the operator of the Second Life virtual world, said on Tuesday they will work on ways to eventually let people use the a single online persona in different online services.
Toshiba’s U.S. subsidiary recalled 142,000 AC adapters sold with portable DVD players because they may overheat when they fail, potentially burning the user, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Tuesday.
Supermarket shoppers may soon be cruising the aisles with “intelligent” shopping carts that warn them if they’re buying too much junk food, technology experts say.
France’s Albert Fert and Germany’s Peter Gruenberg won the 2007 Nobel Prize for physics on Tuesday for a breakthrough in nanotechnology that revolutionized data storage and led to gadgets such as laptops and iPods.
Niklas Zennstrom, co-founder of Internet telecoms company Skype, said on Tuesday he agreed the original valuation put on the company by purchaser eBay was too high.
Sony Corp said on Tuesday it would cut the price of its PlayStation 3 game console with a 20 gigabyte hard disk drive by 10 percent in Japan and launch a new model, weighing on shares in rival Nintendo.
Sun Microsystems launched on Monday the first server computers based on its newest microprocessors as it tries to boost sales of energy-efficient, high-performance computers for businesses.
Microsoft’s introduction of three new Zune media players, combined with an updated version of the Zune digital music service, suggests that the relatively lackluster response to the initial Zune offering has not fazed the computing giant from advancing its digital music agenda.
Wireless chipmaker Broadcom said on Sunday that number-two cell phone maker Samsung Electronics was shipping next-generation handsets that use its chips to cellular operators.
Geoff Robinson does not fit the stereotype of a hardcore geek gamer. The Oregon State University student is sociable, an avid weight lifter, studies English and history — not computer science — and wants to be a high school teacher.
Fast food chain McDonald’s said on Saturday it would offer free wireless Internet access across its 1,200-strong restaurants in the UK, making it the country’s biggest provider of free wireless broadband access.
The Canadian developers of a video game that simulates drunk driving hope it will make teenagers think twice about getting behind the wheel after a night of heavy drinking.
Sony will start selling a new configuration of its PlayStation 3 video game console, with less built-in storage capacity, in Europe on October 10, priced at 399 euros, the company said on Friday.
Microsoft said on Friday that Bungie, the crown jewel of its video game unit that was behind its hit “Halo” franchise, will become an independent company.
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When Marybeth Miller decided she wanted a digital player to carry around music from her massive collection, she had one important rule: no iPod.