Just when we thought the flat-panel TV market could only go up, we get the news that LG - the second largest maker of LCDs - is actually cutting production because of a slump in demand.
We've seen the crystal-clear Field Emission Display (FED) technology used before in prototype televisions, but never thought one of its first real-world uses might be in a TV set-top box.
Thursday morning and it's looking like a bad week for Psystar is about to get worse as it fumbles to respond to some seriously onerous demands in Apple's lawsuit against it.
Exclusive If we had a penny for every time we've covered the amazing new services and research coming out of Japanese mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo, we'd have the proverbial riches of Croesus.
What did you have for lunch yesterday? How about last Thursday? Have you been getting enough calcium? Iron? Vitamins?
We brought you the breaking news of it live from E3 yesterday and today we get word of a release date for Nintendo's new Wiimote add-on that's supposed to make life with the Wii so much better.
Late last year, we got a look at Lui, an odd little home media server from NEC Japan that included a PDA-like remote terminal.
Thursday morning and it seems we can barely keep Apple's name out of the news - if it's not the new iPhone, it's leaks about a rumoured update of the MacBook Pro laptop.
Updated Five companies are responsible for some of the oddest (and most popular) devices money can buy.
Dunno if you've noticed, but Apple has some sort of new product going on sale across much of the world this Friday - an amazing phone that can cure disease, end war and feed billions, apparently.
With the current G8 summit in Japan and environmental concerns on the front pages around the world right now, Sharp has chosen the perfect time to unveil its most eco-friendly television yet.
Tighter regulation of online expression has moved a step closer with the announcement in Japan that a website watchdog will start filtering out 'harmful' sites there later this month.
Anyone reading this site who isn't aware of the increasing popularity of personal blog websites has either been living under a rock or is, more likely, a little bit lost.
Remember a few days ago when we brought you news of tests showing that solid-state drives aren't as power-efficient as we were led to believe?
Thanko, everyone's favourite purveyor of nonsense products, has finally come up with something that actually appears to have a purpose. Problem is, it's just not a very good purpose.
It's easy to tell that it's turning into a quiet week for news when Sir Clive Sinclair pops up on the BBC talking about his latest vision of the future.