Universal Music Group will make its entire music catalog available on the Motorola iRadio service which is expected to be launched in the first quarter of 2006.
If the 3G technology becomes very popular in the future and the number of the users will increase considerably, the networks may crash.
Paramount Studios announced that will produce movies in the Blu-ray format as well as in the HD DVD standard.
Gregory Olsen, American entrepreneur and scientist, rich enough to afford a $20 million trip, will spend a week in Space.
NEC Corporation announced that it has verified the effectiveness of a new drug screening system, ChemMinerTM, which utilizes data mining techniques such as active learning.
LG Chem Ltd. has completed its development of portable methanol fuel cells and plans to commercialize the product within this year.
Sony Ericsson improves Bluetooth connectivity between headsets and phones introducing Auto pairingâ„¢, a proprietary solution that makes it quicker and easier to connect Bluetooth equipped headsets to Sony Ericsson mobile phones.
Google announced a partnership with NASA. They want to collaborate with the agency on research projects. Both Google and NASA want to bring a universe of information to people around the world.