Could it be that dedicated car satnav devices are under threat of extinction with mobile providers and phone manufactures increasingly looking to break into the GPS market?
Facebook has launched a public beta of its much anticipated IM chat feature across a few 'select' networks, with a larger roll-out expected in the coming weeks
According to a recent NPD MusicWatch Survey, Apple's iTunes store is the number one music seller in the US.
The Government has unveiled a number of proposals aimed at making children safer online, through closer monitoring of registered sex offenders
BT has been accused of conspiring to conduct secret tests of targeted-ads technology on its customers as far back as 2006.
Now that there's nothing left to actually promote, the HD DVD Promotion Group has finally done the decent thing and fallen on its sword
A UK court has cleared a man of harassing his ex-girlfriend through the social networking site Facebook
The inventor of the mobile phone has said that people are holding the future of wireless technology back by nature of their conservatism
Motorola has announced that it intends to formally separate its loss-making handset division from its set-top box and networking solutions business in 2009
A recent fire at a major South Korean manufacturing plant has led to a worldwide shortage of laptop batteries
Although it was introduced primarily as a rival to the OLPC XO laptop, Intel's classmate is now set to become available in the developed world as well as the developing one
Philips has announced the launch of an all-new flagship Streamium model that combines a slick new design and improved sound quality with the ability to stream internet radio
Yahoo has released a three-year financial forecast and said that it expects revenue to grow by 19 per cent a year for the next two years
A large computer manufacturer is reported to be getting 20-30 per cent of its SSD-equipped computers returned due to technical failure and poor performance
The European Commission has backed the Digital Video Broadcasting Handheld (DVB-H) mobile TV standard backed by Nokia and called on member states to encourage its widespread adoption.